White Sage Cleansing Ritual?

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A white sage cleansing ritual is a process during which white sage is burned to cleanse a person soul or spirit. The process is said to ward off negative energy from a person or group of people. It was commonly used by certain Native American tribes but is used today by a broader group of people. This includes Native Americans and non-Native Americans alike. The exact process for the ritual may vary but will involve finding a peaceful area, burning the sage, meditation, and chanting with visualization.
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1. Make your own smudgesticks if you'd rather not buy them and if you are growing white sage at home. Snip nine-inch ends off of the white sage plant, ensuring you don't take more
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Broad leaf sage is perfectly fine for smoke cleansing! In fact, broad leaf sage is often praised for being more aromatic and "the king of all sages" If you have trouble
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I would recommend using detergents, brooms and mops only. Using plant matter can spread bacteria and or creepy crawlies. If you're refering to some neo-religious spiritual garbage
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White sage, Salvia apiana, is only one of more than 750 different species of sage. It is the best for smudging, which means it is good for use in cleansing people, places and things
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