Meditation Sandalwood Resin Incense
Embrace the ancient ritual of resin burning!
Sandalwood has been used by cultures from around the world for centuries. The ancient Egyptians used sandalwood in medicines, for embalming and in rituals to honor their gods. Almost every belief system and religious ritual has a use for sandalwood as the wood was used to carve deities and to build temples. Many of these ancient rituals and practices are still used today. Sandalwood has long been used as an aid in meditation. It is said to promote grounding, relaxation, increase spiritual awareness, openness and enhance intuition.
The sweet, soft, woody scent of sandalwood has a pleasant distinct aroma. Inhaling the fragrance is said to have a calming effect on the body and mind. It helps to reduce tensions, erratic emotions, mood swings and stress levels. It positively stimulates the nervous system and is used to help treat depression, anxiety, and aids in controlling anger.
Sandalwood is a class of wood from trees in the genus santalum. The woods are heavy, yellow, fine grained, and unlike many other aromatic woods, they retain their fragrance for decades.
Sandalwood brings forth protection and deep meditation. Burning sandalwood encourages calmness, relaxation, openness and grounding. Use it harmonize the atmosphere and to foster inner peace, soulful reflection and balance.
How to Burn: On a ceramic dish place a charcoal disc and light until it becomes a hot ember. Place a few pieces of resin on top and let scented smoke surround you. Note: Charcoal discs can be very smoky, best to light near a window or outdoors. You can also place a little bit of light vegetable or sunflower oil in an oil burner, add resin and embrace the natural scent! Find full instructions on how to safely burn resin incense here.
- Made from all natural ingredients from trees, plants or herbs
- Resin Incense can be used to add fragrance to any room or for holistic healing and rituals
- Made in India
- 1 oz bag