Shell Size: 14cm long x 10cm wide
The act of burning herbs is common to many cultures throughout the world and commonly associated with Native American traditions. The ancient spiritual roots of this intentional act is believed to harness the spirit of sacred plants to cleanse a person, space or object of negative energies.
For hundreds of years, white sage (salvia apiana) has been considered a sacred, cleansing, purifying, and protective plant. Used in rituals and ceremonies for centuries, white sage is often burned in a ritual known as smudging.
Sage emits negative ions and our auro holds positive ions. Through the smudging process, we can neutralize our aura or the energy of other spaces and objects to cleanse and renew.
Translates to ‘holy wood’, has a long history of use by the native people of South America as an essential tool in sacred shamanic rituals for its energetic cleansing and medicinal healing properties. The calming and relaxing aroma of Palo Santo is even more present from the smoke of the smouldering wood. Today it is continued to be enjoyed for its cleansing and healing properties, much like sage, to release negative energies and negative thoughts and feelings. The smoke provides an uplifting scent that calms the mind and raises your vibration in preparation for meditation, providing a deeper spiritual connection.
Representing the 'water' element, holds the energy of the ocean, bringing strong healing and soothing energy. Inspires peace, beauty and compassion. The abalone shell is also used to catch the ash and embers from your smudge stick.
Rest your smudge stick on the shell before, during and after your cleansing ritual.
Harvested ethically and cleaned safely.
NOTE: Shells are natural and imperfect and may have slightly broken edges
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