AUTUMN Healing Smudge tools for you & your Sagrado (sacred) spaces.
Autumn ritual tools have been harvested from beautiful gardens within Queensland, Glass House Mountain regions with intention for every herb used to be dried and bundled with their complete healing intention.
Thank you for choosing to create a healing ritual and healing space for you and your Sagrado. Autumn Smudge Wands have been bundled with herbs below with raw Australian crystal of Healers Healing stone Prehnite or Amplifying Australian quartz crystal amethyst. Picked in its natural raw form and cleansed after our rains at Buderim waterfalls.
Roses + Rosemary + lemongrass + thyme + lavender
Heart chakra + Protection & Purification + Luck & heart pleasures + Good fortune & longevity
May you and your spaces be cleansed & nurtured as you purify and fortify your Sagrado. With love, with healing – Joanna Sagrado Space
I am sacred. You are sacred. We are sacred.
The connection with smoke and spirituality is so very sacred for personal rituals.
It can bring you back to another time many times before this one.
For your home, for your work areas, for your loved ones, your plants and cleansing of of crystals and gemstones.
HOW TO SMUDGE
HOLD pure and focused intention while you perform a smudging.Before you begin any purification ritual like this, make sure you’re fully present.
If inside open all windows in the space you are in, creating a flow of air from outside.
It is customary to smudge oneself first before moving on to others and the surrounding space.Using a cupped hand, draw the smoke around you.Starting from the top, bring the smoke over and around your head, down your torso, all the way to your feet. Make sure to pay attention to your breathing while doing this.Slow and relaxed.
Use your feather or hand to waft the smoke gently into the corners of the room and over any plants or pieces of furniture.
By being present with the smoke you can watch carefully how it behaves and flows around specific people and objects. When we are fully aware, we’ll notice that it moves differently as it touches certain things. There is information there.
Once you have finished smudging, tradition tells us that the ashes of the spent herb should be brought outside and returned to the soil.Call it superstition if you’d like, but many tribes believe that the charred residue carries its own energy and must be given back to the earth.
‘Smudging is the ritualistic burning of herbs and plant resins in a shell or clay bowl while prayers of gratitude and wellbeing are said aloud. The smoke is traditionally fanned using the hand or a feather (eagle feathers are treasured for this) and directed over a person or throughout a living space. The purpose is to wash away impurities, sadness, anxieties, dark thoughts and any unwanted energies or emotions that may be clinging to a space or individual’.