Morning Star Incense
The best-selling incense for daily use. Morning Star incense was created in the 1960s in Japan. It has been loved for over 40 years not only by the Japanese but people all over the world. The powerful fragrances in this collection mixed with high-quality ingredients such as pure floral essences and aromatic woods have made this incense a beloved and trusted worldwide brand. Morning Star is perfect for when you want to create a relaxing atmosphere for meditation, prayer, and yoga. This is a value package and contains 200 sticks. Morning Star sticks have no bamboo core, which means there is no wood odor when burning, so you can enjoy the true fragrance of the incense.
– No bamboo core, clean-burning, pure scent
– Box includes a ceramic tile burner
– Perfect for “everyday” incense
– For meditation, relaxation, reading, listening to music, peace of mind
– Very little smoke when burning
– Burn Time: Approx. 25 min.
- Green Tea
More about some of the fragrances excerpted from The Essential Guide to Aromatherapy and Vibrational Healing by Margaret Ann Lembo
Cedarwood helps you reclaim your balance through nature. Allow this oil to encourage you to spend time outdoors to release emotional challenges. While in nature, use this oil to imagine emotional toxins draining from the soles of your feet into the ground. Cedarwood oil can be used to calm your nerves, helping to reduce stress and anxiety.
Jasmine increases the courage you need to embrace the magnificent person you truly are. It is also advantageous when you are trying to absorb all that is going on in your life and the lives of those around you. Jasmine is said to activate endorphins, bringing about feelings of well-being and euphoria.
Lavender is comforting to your heart, soothing and calming chaotic and rampant emotions such as hysteria and worry. Lavender is an aid for dispelling the blues. Due to its relaxing and sedative nature, lavender is beneficial for challenging situations on all levels and for all ages.
Patchouli is uplifting and can assist you in shifting from a state of sadness to one of joy. The earthy scent of patchouli is grounding. It brings focus and promotes action, thereby releasing laziness. Patchouli’s aroma increases your awareness of issues or challenges, allowing you to perceive them from a higher perspective and thereby increases your objectivity and ability to see the bigger picture.
Pine has protective energy that benefits highly intuitive people. It helps to create a filter for, and barrier from, negative psychic energy and unwanted influences. Add pine to an aroma-energetic smudging mist for protection. Pine supports the mind during times of adverse conditions. It protects and strengthens the mind and prevents you from succumbing to the negativity that might arise around you in your home, office, or in any part of everyday life. The protective vibe of pine puts up a healthy barrier to prevent the telepathic receipt of others’ negative thoughts.
Rose symbolizes love and beauty. Rose helps you attract healthy romantic relationships as well as supportive loving friendships and good business colleagues. Keeping this aroma in your field encourages kindness, compassion, and tolerance. It also reduces stress and worry and helps relieve anxiety and the symptoms of depression. Use rose when you need to nurture yourself. Rose encourages joy and happiness. Rose oil is associated with your guardian angels, Mother Mary, Our Lady of Guadalupe, Kuan Yin (the goddess of mercy and compassion), St. Terese of Lisieux, and the Archangels Chamuel, Gabriel, Haniel, and Metatron.
Sandalwood helps you to improve your faith and confidence in spiritual pursuits. It aids in believing in the power of prayer. Sandalwood induces a calm and quiet mind. It helps align mental processes toward self-improvement, self-actualization, and self-acceptance. Sandalwood is a tool to activate the wise scholar within and the intellect from a place of wisdom. It is beneficial for clearing your thought of anything that is not resonating at the vibration of love.
~excerpted from The Essential Guide to Aromatherapy and Vibrational Healing by Margaret Ann Lembo