6 Herbs Used For Spiritual Cleansing (Part Four)

Blue Sage

A close relative of white sage, blue sage is good for healing and cleansing rituals. Its soothing, relaxing smell can be used to aid meditation, or burned simply for enjoyment. It’s not as pungent as white sage, and is more agreeable to some folks who find the strong, bracing scent of white sage overpowering.

Blue Sage which is known to be called “Grandma Sage” is a filtering herb with medicinal properties and spiritual properties. Blue Sage is generally used for purging and cleansing purposes and it provides spiritual strength and sometimes used during an exorcism to remove the evil spirits. Blue Sage is a tough hedge found in the deserts of the Southwest. It’s named for its amazing blue blossoms, however the leaves likewise have a blueish tint. Its leaves are very thin and has a scent that is both herbaceous and botanical, much like Lavender.

Medicine people use blue sage for purging ill people of negative energies and to help them feel better and to try to remove the illness from their body. Native Americans also use blue sage for those seeking pure thoughts and balance in their life. It is even thought to bring good fortune and luck to ones life. Used to cleanse negativity from either a person or object. Blue sage welcomes money, wealth, abundance, health, prosperity, and healing into your life.

A relative of white sage, blue sage is useful for recuperating and purifying ceremonies. Its relieving smell can be utilized to help with meditation, or simply burned for happiness. Its smell is not as intense as White Sage, and is rather pleasing to certain people who find the fragrance of White Sage overwhelming. The use of blue sage to purge a home is very well established in Native American culture. They use blue sage for healing, energy purifying, to remove any negative energies and for ceremonies.

Blue Sage can be used in a ceremony, house cleansing or simply for aroma pleasure. “Smudging” refers to almost any type of spiritual or energetic cleansing that uses the smoke of a certain herb. The word comes from the indigenous North American tradition of burning dried plant materials to spiritually purify an object, space or person. Smudging is also viewed as a blessing of sorts, giving the gift of purification to a person in need.

When to smudge with blue sage

At whatever point you have to re-balance your psychological body (negative thoughts and actions) or emotional feelings (sorrow, depression, sadness), or when your ready to just let go of any negative vitality that isn’t for your most astounding euphoria that is influencing you or your condition/reality or effects and to grasp/ground new positive energies in to your being/reality.

Purpose of Smudging with blue sage

  • Balance/upliftment/self-empowerment.
  • Cleansing/protection.
  • Attracting positive energies to you.
  • Letting go of negative energies.
  • To create/enhance positive energy.
  • Spaces for healing and manifestation.

Ways to use your blue sage smudge wand:

  • Light the smudge stick, walk in a large circle, stopping at East, South, West, and North to create a sacred space for magic.
  • Light the wand and walk through rooms of a home or other buildings to cleanse, protect, or feel with positive energy.
  • Light the bundle and waft the smoke over your body or someone else’s for a spiritual cleanse or for inbuing.
  • Wave the smoke over ritual tools or objects that you wish to bless or clean.

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