Smudging, or burning sage in a ritual manner is a Native American tradition for healing, clearing a space and as a religious ceremony. The original meaning of the ritual was that the rising smoke carried the request to Spirit. Native Americans burned sage to clear both the mind as well as the home of negative energies. It is still used today for the same purpose.
To smudge a room involves walking around the room with the smoldering sage. Always smudge with care. A breeze from an open window or fan may catch loose burning sage; the smudge stick may drop some burning ash so we recommend using a lion paw shell. We have a beautiful wood bowl to serve as a resting place for the shell and extinguished sage stick.
Variety of Sizes and Sets are For Sale at New Earth Gifts.