Opening January 2018

COME IN WE ARE OPEN!

We are back from our trip, and the shop is now

OPEN

with regular times and days. All online orders will be shipped regularly

Come and visit soon!

 

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January 2018 Closing Days

January 2018 Closing Days

We are away with the group in Kerala and

The Shop will be closed from the 24th December @ 1pm

till the 9th of January 2018

The shop will re-open with regular hours from the 10 January 2018

Mail orders will be sent out after the 11th of January 2018

Apologies for the inconvenience

December 2017 Closing Days

December 2017 Closing Days

We are away with the group in Kerala and

The Shop will be closed from the 24th December @ 1pm

till the 9th of January 2018

The shop will re-open with regular hours from the 10 January 2018

Mail orders will be sent out after the 11th of January 2018

Apologies for the inconvenience

St Brigid’s 2016

Brigid’s Day 2016

St. Brigid’s Day, February 1, marks the start of Celtic spring. Imbolc, also known as the Feast of Brigid, on February 1, celebrates the arrival of longer, warmer days and the early signs of spring.It is one of the four major “fire” festivals (quarter days), referred to in Irish mythology from medieval Irish texts. The other three festivals on the old Irish calendar are Beltane, Lughnasadh, and Samhain.

The word Imbolc means literally “in the belly” in the old Irish Neolithic language, referring to the pregnancy of ewes.

In ancient Irish mythology Brigid was a fire goddess. Nowadays her canonization is celebrated with a perpetual flame at her shrine in Kildare.

St. Brigid represents the Irish aspect of divine femininity in her role as patron saint.

Opening 2016

COME IN WE ARE OPEN!

We are back from our trip, and the shop is now

OPEN

with regular times and days. All online orders will be shipped regularly

Come and visit soon!

Californian White Sage Smudges

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Just as we vacuum and sweep to clean walls and floors, we can also perform periodic sweeps to clear away negative energy. We can use essential oils, incense, candles and sage smudges for clearing away unwanted energy.

Burning White Sage raises the vibration of dense energies, dissolves negativity, drives out disturbances and protects our sacred space.

Space Clearing Ritual
Clear each room in the building or space, one at a time. Starting from the center of the room, use a feather or our cupped hands to move smoke outward towards the outer edges of the room. Make a spiral pattern with the smoke and affirm your intent, “this space is pure and free from negativities. It is safe from all harm.” Fill the room with smoke and visualize negative energy moving out of the space as if being sucked by a vacuum. When one room is done, close the door and move on to the next room. When all rooms have been treated, give thanks to the guides and spirits that assisted in the clearing , wait several minutes and, starting with the first room, open the doors and windows to allow the loosened negative energy to dissipate and leave the space.
(source: The Examiner)

You can purchase our pure Californian White Sage Smudges following this link