Cedar smudge sticks
The smoke of burning cedar(one of the four sacred plants of the indigenous American Medicine Wheel) attracts the good spirits, eliminates negative energies, brings prosperity, joy, light & clarity into your space.
Smudging is ritual alchemy — changing & shifting the air element & transforming our current experience to a mystical one.
💙Any conflict, anger, illness, or evil is absorbed by the smoke to be released or cleansed from the energy field of a person or space.
💙 Burn the smudge stick & hold a fireproof bowl under it (traditionally, abalone shell is used). Also, set up a cup of water to extinguish it after the ritual.
⚠️Use caution at all times.
💙Open every door & window in your house.
💙Light the stick, and when it catches fire, blow it out & allow the embers to start to smoke (like you would light incense).
💙Set your intention for each room. Say a prayer of cleansing. Laurie Sue suggested, “I cleanse this room of any impurities, negativity, or anything that does not suit or support the people that live here.”
💙Walk around the room, waving the sage stick directing the smoke into corners, along walls, around windows, & along ceiling lines. As you do, imagine the smoke absorbing negativity, problems from those who were in the space before you, toxicity, and anything else you want to go away. See the smoke dissipating and floating out the windows, and imagine that bad energy flowing out of your space, making room for positive, fresh energy.
💙After you’ve blessed every room(starting from the last room to the entrance of the house), give yourself a smoke shower. Cup your hands over the smoke and “wash” your face with it, then wave it all over your body as you would in a water shower. Visualize any residual negativity sailing out of your body, home, and into oblivion.
💙Extinguish the stick in the cup of water or if your stick was very small or is almost done, bury it in the earth.
Smudge stick 4″
⚠️This information is purely metaphysical in nature & is by no means medical.
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