Brand Spotlight: Catherine Rising
Catherine Rising is a collection of home goods and gifts founded in 2011. These one-of-a-kind products are designed and ethically produced in their upstate New York studio. Catherine Rising draws inspiration from natural elements, color and texture, as well as story telling and folk lore.
Additonal information about the products you’ll find in the shop.
+Selenite Palo Santo Bundles
A selenite wand, sprig of yarrow, marsh-rosemary, lavender, and two palo santo sticks bundled up in vintage ribbon.
clears negative energy
peace & protection for your home
An eco-friendly incense stick. Burn the end and spread the sage-scented smoke to energize and cleanse your space.
Purifying, cleansing, and healing.
Palo Santo brightens energy and promote feelings of positivity and joy. The scent is also shown to reduce stress and anxiety, and enhance clarity and concentration.
Also used to naturally repel insects.
+Lavender Smudge Sticks
White sage bundled with lavender and a white rose – wrapped up in vintage string.
White sage brings wisdom and is calming and healing.
Lavender attracts positive energy and love.
+Floral Smudge Sticks
Sage is traditionally burned ceremonially in purification rituals. It can clear a physical or mental space of stagnant or negative energy.
When to smudge you may ask?! Here’s a few examples!
When you move to a new space or office it can clear out past energies. Encourages a stage of starting over or anew.
When you’re feeling angry, upset, or negative.
Anytime you feel conflict in your life or you’re struggling with something in particular smudging is a great reset button.
If you’re married/in a relationship a smudging sessions is perfect after an argument to reset the relationship and expel the negative energy that remains.
When there’s a significant life event: Think marriage, birth, death, sickness, job change, or a change of seasons. Since smudging clears the space of the past and makes room for the future it’s the perfect way to embark on your new adventure.
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