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PALO SANTO STICKS

PALO SANTO STICKS

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You might have heard of Palo Santo before, and maybe even used this very fragrant wood to cleanse your space. But do you know what Palo Santo really is and why it has been revered by Amazonian peoples for centuries? Palo Santo has a long spiritual history. References to this tree date back to the Incan era, when it was used in rituals and ceremonies throughout Amazonia. Healers and Shamans of South America believe that Palo Santo has a strong spirit that has to be treated with great respect. The spirit continues to live in the wood long after the tree has fallen, and when treated properly, will assist in restoring your physical and energetic wellbeing.

 

BURNING PALO STICKS

According to Shamanic lore, when the smoke from Palo Santo wood enters our personal energy field (the space around us) the tree spirit in this wood clears away negative thoughts, unfortunate situations, wards off evil spirits, and helps to

re-establish peace and balance. 

 

Burning a Palo Santo stick for a minute or two will creates a pleasant, soothing fresh smoke that will clear your space of negative energy. To amplify the effect, put a positive intention into the smoke before cleansing yourself, or space around you.

 

Use Palo Santo's uplifting properties to raise your vibration before meditation – by keeping energies grounded and pure. It will make it easier to reach a deeper connection to your inner self, while increasing concentration and strengthening the bond with the earth. Palo Santo is generally associated with the Root Chakra, amplifying our senses of self-preservation, courage, and grounding - connection to the Earth and the physical plane in general.

Smudging is a way to energetically cleanse a space to invite positive energy. When smudging a space, you burn plant material. The smoke fills and purifies the environment. As the smoke rises, it takes your wishes and intentions and mingles them with the universe as a way to connect Heaven, Earth, and humanity. Burning aromatic herbs and resins was practiced in antiquity and is found in many cultures and spiritual religions.

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