A smudge stick, or sage stick, is a bundle of dried herbs that are burned as part of a cleansing ritual. Of course sage is the primary herb used and some sage sticks might only contain sage. Sage is primarily chosen for its’ healing and cleansing powers. The act of burning these herbs is called a smudging. A smudging is a ritual to clear the energy and air of a physical space, or an object, or even a person. Sage is known to have healing properties and with the power of intention and spiritual connection with the source of all existence, the burning of Sage assist with healing and clearing. The use of Sage for spiritual purposes dates back many years and used by many different religions and spiritual leaders. Today Sage is still used for it healing and clearing purposes. It is believed that the scent of the Sage (while burning) is intolerable to lower energies (lower frequencies, lower vibrations, negative energies, bad energies, evil spirits, spiritual curses, & etc.) and at the same time aids to restore, balance, detach unhealthy attachments (behavioral patterns in relationship of all kind, addictions, & etc.), and to raise and attract higher energies, frequencies, and vibrations.
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Though, “White Sage” is predominantly used within the North American Indigenous Culture who are against religious appropriation towards their “Smudging Ceremonies,” many Other cultures, in Various countries, over thousands of years, have burned Sage for Numerous different reasons.
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The burning of sage is used in the energy cleansing ritual known as smudging (or purification), which in theory means the smoke would attach itself to the negative energy of the area and cleanse it so that it becomes positive energy.