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Sage... smells so good when burned. I've seen ppl do this at cemeteries;not sure why but the scent is surprisingly pleasant

Sage is an herb that is known for its healing and medicinal properties. People have burned sage since ancient times to cleanse and purify objects and homes. Proponents of sage burning, also known as smudging, believe that the sage smoke is a way to bless your home and dispel it of negative energy and influences. You might wish to burn sage to purify and cleanse your current home or a new residence before moving in.Read more: How to Burn Sage to Cleanse Home

Clearing your space with white sage is a great way to begin uplifting your vibrations. It clears all negative energies and make room for positive ones. How To Smudge: 5 Easy Steps

3 Spiritual Benefits of Sage~ "Native American tribes were known to use sage for multiple purposes such as healing, clearing space and ceremonies. Many benefits can be gained in utilizing sage for smudging. If you're not familiar with smudging, it's Native American ritual that's like a "spiritual house cleaning" or spiritual purification."

Negative spirits, you are not welcome here. This is our home and we choose to fill it with love and light. Please leave us in peace.

All About Herbs-SAGE-Friday, Feb 15 5:30-8:30 pm Explore the history and folklore of some common herbs found in most kitchen spice racks; discuss their properties and possible uses to enhance your daily life. Experiment in the kitchen to make dishes and/or preparations for personal use. Herbs to be used include Sage. Instructor: Kris Landrum Cost: $35 Pre-Register Today! Call 276-656-5461

Sage burn at new home. Clear any bad energies

Home sweet home
Heather Gutierrez
Home sweet home

I used to do this often as part of my religious practice, but my husband thinks it smells like pot, so he prefers that I not burn sage. I love the smell and the look of it and have a few sticks of it in the house that I made.

Large peaceful harmonizing lavender, rosemary and sage smudge sticks from Sage Goddess on Etsy.