Smudging is an ancient practice which is used to cleanse the energy in a space. It can be done with many plants; burn the herb sage to ward of negative energy as well as kill bacteria in the air! Burn palo santo to bring positive energy in; burn cedar to protect a space from unwanted energy (cedar trees are very old and wise); burn sweetgrass to bless a space and bring the healing energy of Mother Earth. Smudging can of course be done on a person’s energy field as well!! Try it, just let the plant burn, blow out the flame , and allow the smoke to run. Set the intention that the energy of the person or space will be cleansed and it will be so! ☮️
My Nixie tube clock is still one of my favorite conversation pieces in my basement bedroom. This thing is super intricate and takes patience to learn how to operate it. It has no physical buttons that you push. Everything is done using an "air switch" by placing your hand at 2 different heights above it from 4 and 8 inches to display various codes to set things like time, date, brightness, alarm, and many other settings to further personalize this clock.
Pretty cedar bench done🧡💛 it was a little big To get into one pic. on to the next custom order. Who needs some beautiful handmade furniture from sustainably sourced native wood to pick from. Mantles, tables, doors, or whatever your imagination desires 🌲🌳💚 #cedar#bench#wood#custom#handmade#columbusga#harriscountyga
Last night was an amazing experience. I remember when I first started working with plant medicine. I was told by the ancestors to work with a select number of plants then return to them again and again to see what they say. Cedar really blew me away yesterday, as the channeled message came through to talk about realignment and clearing the mind in order to hear divine messages. Someone else also received a message about accountability for oneself and not taking responsibility in others healing work. A lot more came through but unfortunately I can’t remember it all word for word, but I trust that the medicine deepened. One participant mentioned that she felt the healing happen as I became the conduit for the voice of Cedar to move through me. So much happens on the spirit level that I am still always in awe of the new messages that are shared. There are so many Cedar trees and hedges, I’m sure many of you pass by at least one during your day. I encourage you all to take some time to connect when you can. Medicines call out when they are needed, and I truly feel that Cedar is one of those medicines that is calling to us with a loud voice!
Much love, and I look forward to working with Hawthorn for the next Plant Spirit Journey next month. DM me for more info if you’re interested in attending 🌸🌿❤️🌈🦋 #plantspirit#plantspirithealing#cedar#cedarmedicine#ancestralhealing#ethnobotany#dreamtime#visioning
Isis was the most widely worshipped of the Egyptian gods. Her temples reached from ancient London to India. Legend associates her with one of my very favorite notes, cedar. When her brother-god-husband Osiris was killed by their brother he was sealed in a coffin and sent down the Nile. Isis's tears created such flooding that the casket crossed the sea and landed at the mediterranean Phoenician port city of Byblos in present-day Lebanon. A cedar tree grew up around the coffin and encased it. When the king of Byblos saw this miraculously large tree he felled it and made it a pillar in his palace. Meanwhile, Isis was following the trail of her drifting husband. She arrived in Byblos and met some palace handmaids by a well. She befriended them and played with their hair, leaving her heavenly scent in their braids. Back at the palace the queen was intrigued by the perfume and asked to meet this stranger. Isis went to the palace and revealed herself as a goddess whose dead husband was stuck in a support beam . The king and queen allowed her to take the pillar down so that she could bring Osiris back to Egypt. Before she left she peeled away the cedar wood, wrapped it in linen, and perfumed it with divine scent. This is why Osiris is often symbolized as a pillar. The gold and lapis-lazuli pendant shown here is from @museelouvre
Went to explore a bit of the Sunshine Coast with my first trip to Sechelt! Dropped off a couple pieces at the new Grove Gallery (coming soon!) and am already looking forward to going back ☀️🌊 #sunshinecoast#map#explorebc