Sage can help attract positive energy into your life by taking a daily moment for yourself. Setting intentions and gratitude has powerful mood-boosting properties and can replace feelings of stress with peace and serenity. The natural fragrance of Sage leaves your home smelling fresh and clean.
Sageful is grown in the wild on a farm and then hand wrapped by an incredible team of women. Sageful is never over harvested and is committed to small batches while respecting the earth. Additionally, Sageful stands behind the protection and safety of wildlife by sourcing the plants from a mountainous region in California where all animals are welcome.
Sageful honors and celebrates the sacred origins of energy cleansing rituals. Through research, it was discovered that Sage has been used for centuries, dating all the way back to the ancient Egyptians and Romans who used it to treat digestive issues and other ailments. Indigenous cultures use sage as sacred ceremonial practice called smudging. Sageful and Kipley & Co. are committed to informing our communities on the origins of sage and ensuring we’re practicing in a way that honors the origins and respects traditions.
Cultural Appreciation of the Indigenous Peoples:
Did you know…
Indigenous peoples have used sage as part of a sacred religious ceremonial practice for centuries, called smudging. Often performed by a spiritual leader, sage is burned during this ceremony with the purpose of cleansing and purifying a space or a person.
Prior to 1978, Indigenous people were not permitted to burn sage as it was illegal. This act frequently resulted in severe consequences. The Indigenous peoples have been through immense hardships to have the ability to practice their religion and traditions freely.
We stand alongside the Indigenous peoples as they continue to fight for their rights, religions and traditions. We are committed to bringing awareness to their history and show respect to their traditions.
Below are some helpful resources to help us understand and support BIPOC. All funds donated to these organizations help uplift Black, Indigenous and people of colour communities in Canada.
We encourage you to develop your own daily Sageful moments of gratitude and spiritual grounding, while being mindful of the sacred origins of the rituals.
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Ways to support:
- Indian Residential School Survivors Society, donate here.
On the grounds of a former Residential School in Kamloops, British Columbia, 215 Indigenous children were found buried in unmarked graves. Read more
- To support the IRSS, The Indian Residential School Survivors Society, donate here.
The IRSS provides essential services to Residential School Survivors, their families, and to those dealing with intergenerational traumas.
- The Native Woman's Association of Canada, donate here.
This is a charity that focuses on supporting women of Indigenous cultures and ensuring their voices are heard.
- The Black Solidarity Fund, donate here.
The Black Solidarity Fund focuses on celebrating people of colour and bringing awareness to racial injustice and violence against black people across Canada.