The Vata Wand
The Vata Wand
Back in the shop and better than ever!
Re-introducing my sage smudging wands with an alchemical twist- they’re now Ayurvedic.
Carefully crafted to help you find balance, the Vata Wand will ground, calm and center you with licorice root and ashwagandha, two of the main Vata balancing herbs known to Ayurveda. Calm anxiety, refresh your creativity, ease a stressed mind and gently release any negative thoughts or patterns with the beautiful smoke from this smudge stick.
Burning sage is an ancient ceremonial practice. Sage smoke changes the ionic composition of the air and shifts the air’s element, quite literally dispersing negative energies and creating a sacred space.
Smudging with sage is spiritual alchemy. The smoke absorbs conflict, anger, illness, evil, negativity or any lurking bad vibes and frees your energetic space, cleansing your energy field and reconnecting you to the spirit world.
It feels and smells amazing, and this ancient ritual also has a direct affect on calming your stress response- which affects your entire body, from your digestion, to your hormone balance to your neurotransmitters.
Saging not only helps you stay balanced but it actually helps balance you while helping you reconnect to yourself. It’s amazing.
You will need matches or a lighter, an abalone shell or any other symbolic shell container, and a feather alongside your sage wand.
Carefully light the end of the stick over your shell and use the feather to fan the smoke around the room, beginning at the doorway and rotating clockwise. Be sure to smudge any windows or doors where energy can flow into the room.
You may wish to say a few words, asking the spirit of the sage to cleanse the space, release negative energies and patterns, and allow for freshness to come in. Allow the smoke to engulf the space as it cleanses it, but careful not to over light it as sage catches quickly and it can over smoke. Don’t forget to sage yourself too, asking the sage to clear your aura and energy space. Snuff out the sage in the shell and set aside.
Open windows and doors to let fresh air in. Your space is now cleansed and renewed.