Cleanse & Clear Wand
Our very own, Cleanse and Clear Wands - Made from our organically grown Lavender & White Sage and wild crafted Great Western Sage, Juniper and Pinion Pine from our farm.
Made with intent of love, healing and cleansing.
The burning of herbs and plant resins for medicinal and spiritual purpose is an ancient practice among indigenous people around the world. Smudging is believed to unlock the ‘spirits’ of various plant allies to restore balance and ease to an individual or group.
Use our Cleanse & Clear Wands as an incense or for clearing negative energies from yourself, others, spaces and rooms.
Use with intention and prayer. When I cleanse myself, others or areas, I am using prayers similar to these two. Modify them to fit your beliefs, purpose and where your heart leads you.
My Cleansing Prayer:
Dear God, may this sacred herb mist, cleanse and clear all low frequency energies, in and around us.
May it cleanse and clear all fears from our hearts that prevent us from fulfilling our lifes purpose and dreams.
God, replace these things with love, gratitude and generosity in our hearts to share with the world
So be it and so it is, amen.
By Scott Sproul
A Cleansing Prayer (2)
May your hands be cleansed, that they may create beautiful things.
May your feet be cleansed, that they may take you where you most need to be.
May your heart be cleansed, that you may hear it's message clearly.
May your throat be cleansed, that you might speak rightly when words are needed.
May your eyes be cleansed, that you may see the signs and wonders of this world.
May this person and this space be washed clean by the essence of these fragrant plants.
And may that mist carry our prayers, spiraling to heaven.
When cleansing and clearing rooms or other areas, I will walk them in a clockwise direction, concentrate on your intention and prayer. Especially work corners, other stagnant areas and rooms with past negative history.
Be sure to light the end of the wand then blow out the flame so it smolders like an incense, use a large bowl, plate, abalone or clam shell under your smudge to catch any embers or ashes. You can use your other hand or feather to fan the smoke in the desired direction. When finished make sure it is completely out, dunk in water or fine sand to fully extinguish, let dry for the next smudging session.
Please continue your research on this wonderful and peaceful practice.
Love, Scott & Mary