Sage Smudge Sticks & Sweet Grass Smudge Sticks

Help the Angelic Realm keep your space clear ~

IMG_1411Some original types of ‘Incense’ or space energy clearers were made from different types of cut & dried grass vegetation. This was the ancients manner of bringing the outside gifts of God into the home or around the fire during ceremony or in churches.

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Various types of Sage cut and dried is used in ceremony to clarify space or body of densities.

Wild White Sage
Wild White Sage

 

 

 

Sweet Grass is traditionally braided and then lit ~ the rising smoke purges denser energy around. It is traditionally used after sage smudging for blessing or inviting goodness in.

Sweet Grass Braids
Sweet Grass Braids

Sage is tied into stick and then lit ~ Some sweet grass is also tied in bulk into smudge sticks.IMG_1412These aren’t examples of burnt offerings

but of God’s gifts on Earth helping reconnect

Heaven & Earth through prayer.

***Always take serious caution while using and only use prepared dried smudge sticks. Embers can travel long distances on the wind and cause wildfires so please be very careful not to allow this to happen~ wildfires kill animals, humans, homes & vegetation & are a serious hazard to all.***

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