Satya Buddha’s Blessing Indian Incense

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Satya Buddha ‘s Blessing incense belongs to the Nag Champa collection, and is by far the most famous incense brand in the world. It is traditionally made from a sandalwood base, to which a variety of flower oils are added. It is used in all Buddhist temples as a wonderful aid to personal meditation in rituals or magic work as part of a cleansing or just to create a wonderful relaxed and pleasant atmosphere at home.

Satya Buddha’s Blessing Indian Incense smells warm and spicy to the atmosphere and coziness at home that Buddha represents: Nonviolence and peace. Wisdom and equality and infinite light.

How to Use Incense

– First of all choose the appropriate incense with your intention (healing, energetic cleansing, protection, attunement with guides or angels, etc). Don’t light incense just to “smell” the house. There is a whole spiritual process behind an incense ritual that must be respected. Any and all energy you “invoke” with incense will be available for your request. There are also elementals of nature that will be made available to be burned in your favor. It is our duty to show respect for this process.

– You must place yourself in a metal or clay censer to receive the ashes that will fall and to protect the places where burns that may arise from these ashes are placed

– Light the tip of the stick covered with incense in a candle, match or lighter flame

– Unite mentally with the smell and feel the peace that each one keeps within himself. It’s your time to relax. Make it your ritual of relaxation and meditation.

All ingredients of this product are purely natural, non-toxic and environmentally friendly.

Packs of 15 Gr.

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Additional information

Weight41 g
Dimensions22 × 4 × 2 cm


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