Handmade sage, mugwort, and rose smudge sticks. They are really beautiful and smell divine! The rose petals are white and red, some sticks contain a mixture and some contain either white or red petals.
Smudging is a ceremony used to clear away negative energies and to attract ones that are more positive. Native Americans have traditionally used many herbs for this purpose, each one having a different effect on the aura and inner being. You may burn a smudge stick directly from the end (extinguish carefully afterward), or break off fragments to burn in a container such as a shell. When smudging, try to feel connected with a power greater than yourself. You may say prayers while using a feather, or simply the palm of your hand, to brush the smoke over you.
Smudge sticks can be used for cleansing the aura, for example before meditation or prayer, or they are quite often these days used by bodyworkers and therapists. They can also be used for cleansing a house or dwelling and are often used in this way in Feng Shui.
The combined effects of smudging with rose petals and white sage is known to stimulate love, attraction, romance, sexual arousal, passion, peace, and harmony.
Affirmation: I am safe and sound. I am out of harm’s way. All is well. I surround myself with trustworthy people. I am blessed, and I am always divinely protected. I am enveloped in a sphere of goodness and well-being.
The benefits of this ancient medicinal plant, white sage
There are about 900 kinds of sage in the globe, and white sage is currently one of the most popular and widely utilised varieties. It is the most aromatic type and is therefore the variety that is rich in essential oils, which is why its therapeutic benefits are well known.
Terpenes, chemicals with enticing scents and antiseptic and antibacterial effects, are present in white sage. For this reason, many medical therapies for the neurological system, digestive system, or ENT area include this plant in their formulation.
Not only that, but it also includes natural plant hormones, which explains why it is used in gynecology, for example, to relieve painful periods.
The last ingredient is eucalyptol, which is excellent for cleaning the bronchi and treating colds and sore throats.
In some mystical traditions, Mugwort is connected to divination and dreaming. Using Mugwort smudge sticks around the area where you are conducting divination rituals in order to encourage prophecy and success. Moreover, mugwort was employed in Anglo-Saxon Britain to treat those who had contracted “elf-shot,” which appears to be a blanket phrase used to describe anybody who had become ill due to the influence of evil spiritual forces.
In order to relieve surface discomfort, healers also burn mugwort.
Cronewort, which is also referred to as a herb of magic, enables us to inhabit many realities simultaneously while fostering the practice of focusing our attention on what is in front of us and what is behind us. In addition to maintaining a certain level of sharpness in our interactions with the complex, topside world, regular usage of cronewort in tea or extract improves our capacity to assimilate intuitive knowledge.
Roses are the flowers with the highest vibration (electronic frequency), and their aroma is strongly related to deities and angels.
Smudging with rose, a precious spiritual herb known to open the Heart Chakra, is an effective way to draw unrestricted love, compassion, and understanding.
It brings harmony, serenity, tranquillity, and beauty into our homes and lives. Roses were utilised in therapeutic rituals in Indian and Persian medicine because of their calming and relaxing effects, particularly on the emotional level.
Rose is linked to both Aphrodite, the Greek goddess of beauty and love, and Isis, the goddess of knowledge, love, and magic in ancient Egypt. Because of this, sage and rose smudging has a reputation for promoting stimulation of the sexual organs, love, attraction, harmony, passion, and tranquility.