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Sonata W/ White Sage Smudge Stick (4")

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For the removal of all types of negative energies in the human aura and surroundings. Open the doors or windows, then place in a ceramic dish, bowl, incense tray, or other non-flammable vessel. Light with a match or lighter, let it burn for a few seconds, then blow out the flame to release the smoke. Walk slowly around each room, wafting the smoke in all directions. Smudging is one of the ways to energetically cleanse a space to invite positive energy.

Sonata flowers most commonly symbolize order and harmony. This primary symbolic meaning of Sonata flowers comes from the flower's name and its orderly arrangement of petals. Sonata flowers can also represent balance, tranquility, peace, love, modesty, innocence, joy, and beauty.

Smudge Prayer: “Today I let go of fear, overthinking, and worries. I now cleanse away the destructive energy.  I am ready to awaken my intuition. I let go of tension. I will release unconscious bad energy to open up to spiritual experience and deep healing. I am ready to let go and release inner conflict and struggle. I choose to think positively and create a wonderful and successful life for myself. I will celebrate each goal I accomplish with gratitude and joy. Every day I will become more confident, powerful, and successful. Amen.” 

When smudging a space, you burn plant material. The smoke fills and purifies the environment. As the smoke ascends, our wishes and intentions rise and mingle into the universe, connecting heaven, earth and humanity. Smoke offerings are found in many traditions such as Buddhism, Native American and other spiritual religions. The smoke ceremony creates transformation and blesses a space and the inhabitants.

When smudging a space, you burn plant material. The smoke fills and purifies the environment. As the smoke ascends, our wishes and intentions rise and mingle into the universe, connecting heaven, earth and humanity. Smoke offerings are found in many traditions such as Buddhism, Native American and other spiritual religions. The smoke ceremony creates transformation and blesses a space and the inhabitants.

Approximately 4"