Google+ Floral Smudging Bouquet with Crystal Empowerment

Floral Smudging Bouquet with Crystal Empowerment

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Smudging Wands have been used in many cultures around the world to connect with the divine, raise vibrations and clearing energy. This practice is called smudging, sage is used commonly for this spiritual communion and ritual practice. Flowers have also been used as offerings to deities these wands have combined the two as an offering to the universe to hear our affirmations and prayers.

Use these wands for:

  • Before and after someone enters your home
  • When the energy feels stagnant
  • Before meditation, yoga, or ritual
  • After sickness or conflict
  • During the new moon
  • When you begin a new job, start your own business, or are starting on a new project
  • As a daily ritual, when asking the universe for divine help or self-affirmations

 

CLEANSING - CLEARING - PUTIFYING

Empowerment Wand with Clear Quartz

Clear Quartz – The Master Healer

Purify your mind.. I will make things clear to you, my gift is patience and focus. Look at things from a new positive perspective, free from judgements. Learn to live, with love and make peace in the things you say and do. clears negativity, allowing the heart to heal and become open to receiving as well as giving deep true love.

This natural and earthy dried flower arrangement can be used for decoration or as a typical smudge stick by burning it from the end.It comes with a stunning clear raw quartz and is believed to bring energies that are empowering also amplifying the energies of other crystals in your home.

Dimensions: 15-20 cm in length

Ingredients: Created with dried flowers in natural and earthy colours and topped with a beautiful clear quartz.

100% Natural / organic / vegan friendly / not tested on animals / no artificial colour or fragrance / made with locally grown ingredients / handmade in Torquay

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