The word sage stems from the Latin word salvia, which translates to “healthy” or “to heal.” Studies have shown that burning sage increases clarity and awareness, heightens wisdom, improves moods and enhances the memory and quickens the senses.
Smudging (burning herbs and plant resins for medicinal and spiritual use) has been utilized since ancient times for healing and to clear the buildup of emotional or spiritual negativity.
This information is widely found on the internet. There is research scientifically proving that there are great benefits to the rituals that the Native Americans (along with many other indigenous groups) have inherently known of and practiced with faith throughout time.
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If you work with a lot of people, in a job where you’re interacting with various personalities a lot, shaking hands, traveling, then saging off on a regular basis can help keep your energetic body in balance. We recommend you focus on the areas of homes or offices that are the most highly trafficked rooms. “This is where people’s energy is gathering, so you want to diffuse the space.”
Is your space feeling a bit stagnant? Build ups of negative energy can cause the vibes in a room or home to spiral downhill promoting the energy of depletion, low motivation, and brewing frustrations.
Cleansing and protecting your space with crystals and herbs is a very powerful practice that can make a huge difference in your life.
Our recommendation: you can use sage, abalone shell, Lemurian quartz
- Open a door or window as the unwanted energy you are trying to clear must have a pathway to get out
- Set an intention for your cleaning. Ask yourself: what energies do you want to get rid off right now?
- Use an abalone shell to hold the sage in and then use a feather to fan and spread the smoke around the space when burning sage.
Did you also know SAGE has antimicrobial properties?
It keeps infectious bacteria, viruses and fungi at bay.