Health + Wellness

Rosemary To Cleanse Bad Chi

The most prevalent way to use herbs in feng shui for your home is potted plants. You can also use herbal essential oils in a diffuser or incense.

Rosemary is very well known to cleanse invisibles vibrations, unwanted influences, and “keep out” evil spirits.

It has excellent purifying qualities.

Rosemary when burned, emits powerful cleansing and purifying vibrations, and so is smoldered to rid a place of negativity.

It is one of the oldest incenses. Burn for protection, purification, healing, to cause sleep, to restore or maintain youth; to bring love and to increase intellectual powers.

Rosemary infusion is used to wash the hands before healing work, and the leaves mixed with juniper berries are burned in sickrooms to promote healing.

Improve memory, sleep, purification, youth, love, power, healing, protection, intellectual.

Rosemary Correspondences

Planet: Sun

Element: Fire

Feng Shui Element: Wood

Ritual Uses for Rosemary: blessings, water rites/sea rituals, weddings, new moon, remembrance rituals for the dead, transformation, invocation, attract elves and faeries, and meditation

Magickal Keys: good for the “three P’s” of Purification, Protection and Passion

Rosemary Smudging

Take a cue from the Egyptians and use purifying rosemary to cleanse your space and make it smell incredible.

To make a simple rosemary smudge stick, lightly tie a handful of fresh rosemary in twine and let the bundle dry out for a few weeks.

Light the herbs and let the stick burn for 30 seconds. Then, waft the smoke toward yourself with the intention of clearing all negative energies, starting at the top of your body and moving downward.

You can also walk through your house with the windows open and a pot in one hand to catch any herbal debris. If you have a fireplace, try adding some dried rosemary branches to your fire.

Conclusion

While rosemary shows some promise for boosting our brain power, it’s important to check with your doctor before you begin smudging/ cleansing with herbs Use at your own risk and research. The blogs/ posts are for inspirational and holistic health research purposes only!

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