Abalone shells are regarded as a spiritually charged item, traditionally used as smudging trays and for other rituals by Native American people. An Apache story depicts the mother of mankind that survived an all-destructive flood protected herself inside a shell of an abalone. In this spirit, pairing the smudging of sage and herbs with the shell will take the intention of the user to the Gods. Other cultures regard abalone shells as a symbol of water that gives tranquility and ease from disturbing emotions and thoughts. Maori people regard the shell as an amulet of luck, peace, and prosperity.
An all-natural product with spiritual meaning and a spectacular pattern of iridescent colors. Used as ash tray for smudging herbs, keeps the hot cinders that fall from the smudging stick and to smother smoking bundles.
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