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How Smudging Kills Bacteria In The Air (and more)

How Smudging Kills Bacteria In The Air (and more)

| May 28, 2017

We’ve written before about the benefits of “smudging”—that is, the burning of sage or other traditional plants for cleansing purposes. Despite being lauded and consistently practiced by indigenous cultures for thousands of years, smudging has been met by mixed reception within modern society. Native Americans, as well as diverse Asian and proto-European cultures, believed (and […]

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Ancient Practice Proven by Science to Work

Ancient Practice Proven by Science to Work

| Jun 20, 2015

Nowadays, the materialism of medical science has become its own kind of dogmatic religion. Nothing that can’t be seen, touched, and measured has any pragmatic value, say scientists. This viewpoint is used to undermine and discredit every folklore, religious practice, and spiritual ritual as superstition and fantasy. Unfortunately, this often pits science against holistic and […]

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