You will receive one of our new Juniper Incense Smudge bundles of at least 5″ with a Wood Makua attached! These are hand picked and handmade by Ankh-sen-Aset, Iseum artisan, priestess, and Reiki Mistress. Note that these are freshly picked and made to order – they may need to dry out for several days to a week or so before burning.
In Ancient Egypt, incense provided the embodiment of life and an aromatic manifestation of the gods. The Pharaohs cultivated incense trees and imported expensive resins to satisfy the needs of Egypt’s prolific temples and tombs.Juniper revives mind and ushers in a strength of spirit that blocks negative energy from entering. Used in purification ceremonies, burning Juniper washes away doubt, hesitation, hostility and judgement. Waft the fragrance of burning Juniper throughout the home to cleanse and protect against negativity.
Embedded Within each of these smudges is a quartz crystal – Imagine how powerful this is!
Clear quartz helps to elevate your consciousness and bring clarity into your life. It is clear light, cleansing and purifying energy fields. The fish hook (Makua) symbolizes a connection between the wearer and the ocean. This is a symbol of energy, strength, prosperity, abundance, and good luck. You can wear this handmade Makua as a pendant!The CRYSTAL INCENSE SMUDGE is an original concept by San Aset, and she has been creating these for friends and family for almost 20 years. These smudges create an energy unlike any other smudge and have been used at births, weddings, holidays and in memorial services.
Each smudge is different and the pictures here represent how they look.These are made carefully, with positive intention, and blessed with loving nature as well as being supercharged. These are actual pictures of the Bast House and smudges in the process of being created. Each smudge and all the crystals have been blessed in the Bast House temple (see picture.)
Bast (also known as Bastet) is the ancient Egyptian Goddess of protection and cats. Re, our Mau Cat, is meditating in the Bast House, with happy cat thoughts.