Claire Lune

"Untitled I" - Smudging ritual object

€150,00 EUR

This original ritual piece combines unique aesthetics with functionality, resulting in a versatile piece of home décor that can be both displayed on its own, as well as become part of your daily rituals.

You can choose whether to purchase it on its own or as part of a ritual kit, thought to help you clear and balance your own energy and that of your domestic environment. Simply choose the right option from the dropdown menu below.

This uniquely curated kit includes a beautiful piece of ethically sourced, raw Tourmaline and an organic smudge stick of white sage.In crystal therapy, Tourmaline is one of the most powerful stones with the ability to balance our emotions as well as the masculine and feminine energies inside our bodies, making it an excellent harmoniser. In addition, Tourmaline can help us feel grounded and therefore is a trusted ally in times of stress and transformation. It is a wonderful protective crystal, perfect for anyone working in the healing world and in public in general. 

Traditionally, Indigenous peoples of the Americas used to perform smudging rituals burning white sage for its purifying properties, among many others. Burning white sage can improve our mood, reduce levels of stress and anxiety and establish a more positive domestic environment. It can also increase our overall levels of awareness and intuition skills. 

Inspired by the idea that beauty encourages presence and intentionality, take a moment to interact with this piece of functional art, to really feel how you intuitively wish to use it. 

Some ideas of use: smudge stick/palo santo burner, crystal and candle holder.

Technical info: one-of-a-kind, sculptural, ritual piece. Black stoneware. Unglazed. The surface is treated differently in different parts of the piece in order to create an elegant contrast between textures. Approx. 17cm(W) x 7.5cm(H)

(Please be aware that if in direct contact with fire or any heat source, ceramics may crack. Make sure to always leave a space between the object and the flame. Placing your sticks as displayed in the pictures is recommended). 

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