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Can you use palo santo and sage together?
Both sage and palo santo work separately to cleanse a space. But, they can be even more powerful in tandem. “Think about sage moving energy out and palo santo moving energy in,” adds King. “If you use them at the same time it could get confusing for what is being asked to leave and want is being invited in.”
Does palo santo smell like sage?
Loved for its woodsy fresh and uplifting scent, Palo Santo is known as a holy wood from Peru, with its earliest use dating back to Incan civilization. A much sweeter and subtler scent than sage, these sticks can also be used for powerful purifying and cleansing rituals, while keeping energies grounded and clear.
Which is better white sage or Palo Santo?
Palo Santo means “holy wood” best known for its ability to add positivity to your space whereas sage removes negativity. It's best to think of it as sage CLEARS it out the bad and palo santo BRINGS back the good. Palo Santo is what I reach for daily as it simply encourages positive energy while purifying the air.
How do you use sage and Palo Santo?
First you start with a simple intention of focusing on clearing the negative energy out of your space and mind. Once you have your intention in mind, light the Sage or Palo Santo and hold at a 45 degree angle pointing the tip down towards the flame. Allow it to burn for 30 seconds and then blow it out.
How do you cleanse a room with sage?
Hold the sage at a 45-degree angle, light the sage, let it burn for about 20 seconds and then gently blow out the flame so that you see orange embers on one end. Then you can start the process of clearing your space. Clients sometimes complain that they can't get their sage to stay lit.