Woven the way Native Americans weave sage to produce a smudge stick that is burned like incense before their sacred ceremonies. Grandfather Wallace Black Elk, medicine man of the Lakota people, told Sergio after a sweatlodge: We burn sage to purify an area so the spirits of our ancestors will come to share with us their wisdom. Native American tradition uses ritual sweating ceremonies for spiritual cleaning, to heal diseases and to receive wisdom from their ancestors. Before starting a sweatlodge participants fast for a day and are cleansed with sage smoke and a prayer, this bracelet shows the way sage is woven for the occasion.
Sweatlodge Magnetic Brushed
Design # 515
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