Check out the newest issue of Sensi Southern Colorado. The New Normal.
To give you a sneak peek:
One evening in June, I returned to my apartment after a last-minute retreat to the mountains. In my bag was a bundle of sage that had been growing wild on the property where I had been staying on the Western Slope. The woman who owned the land told me that sage had been used in spiritual rituals as a way to cleanse negative energies from people and places, suggesting that I burn some when I got home to help me further reset…
An East Coast cynic who spent her formative years going to school in a convent, I was skeptical. In my mind, I could hear my mother saying I shouldn’t buy into the “hippie-dippy bullshit”—a sentiment some people share when they hear about the healing power of cannabis. So I decided to look at the spiritual cleansing ritual the same way we encourage Sensi readers to think about using cannabis for health and wellness: it can’t hurt you, it might help you, and there’s no harm in trying.