For thousands of years, white sage has been believed to be a blessed, sacred, cleansing, cathartic, purifying, and protective plant. Its leaves are whitish light green, and if the leaves are rubbed between the thumb and forefinger, you feel a revitalizing, cleaning, and refreshing fragrance is released.
White sage can be used in a variety of ways to improve the strength of your aura.
If you work with happy and cheerful people, good for you! But if you stay around negative, sad, and toxic people, you may be annoyed. You can perform white sage smudging on various occasions, when you have had a rough day, after having an argument, or if you are feeling sad.
White sage smudging is when the leaves of the sage are burnt, and the smoke is focused on zones and spaces that need protection and clearing, such as your aura.
Blue Sage is used for clearing negativity and Roses are used to attract love and domestic peace.
Use this sage smudge stick to remove negative or incompatible energies and vibrations from the environment. When the sage is burned, the smoke releases negative ions, which allows purification to occur.
Traditionally, smudging herbs are indigenous sage, but sage may also be blended with other herbs, and tied into smudging bundles like this one here. When a sage blend is burned, one can enjoy the combination of the energetic vibrations from both the sage itself and the herb it is blended with.
Burn your sage with respect for the tradition by following some simple steps: Store your sage bundle in the abalone shell or clay pot, which should be kept at waist height or higher.
Light the sage with a wooden match: Smudge in a clockwise fashion, beginning in the east side of the space: immediately remove the burned ash from the area, placing it outside your dwelling.
These are blue sage with rose petals, and I have white sage with rose petals.