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Smudging is a traditional practice in many indigenous cultures that involves the burning of certain herbs or plants to purify a space or an object. There are a variety of intentions that people may have for smudging, including:

  1. Cleansing: Smudging is often used to purify a space or an object by releasing negative energies and inviting in positive energies. This can be done to clear the energy of a space after an argument or a disagreement, or to prepare a space for a ceremony or ritual.

  2. Protection: Some people use smudging as a way to protect themselves or their loved ones from negative energies or spirits.

  3. Healing: Smudging can be used to promote healing on a physical, emotional, or spiritual level. Some people believe that the smoke from certain herbs can have a calming or uplifting effect, which can be helpful for those who are experiencing stress, anxiety, or depression.

  4. Meditation and relaxation: The act of smudging itself can be a calming and meditative practice, as the focus on the ritual and the fragrant smoke can help to clear the mind and promote relaxation.

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