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Incense and its healing power

  1. Incense is something that has been bought more and more in recent years. Most people just use this to freshen up the house with some kind of scent. In fact, you can use incense in so many different ways so that it benefits our health. There are so many different shapes, eg sticks, balls, ...

The smoke from these sticks works on different layers of our body

  1. Spirit Eliminates blockages in our body and moreover brings mind and soul into harmony and opens the inward and outward looking view.

Soul

  1. Here the smoke balances our soul and strengthens the emotional receptivity to emotions.

Body

  1. Herbs that are burned start the healing process and help the body to adjust to a natural rhythm.

Energy

  1. Here negative energy currents on people, the environment and objects are made harmless. Destructive energy flows are neutralized again.

Spiritual

  1. Here the mind opens itself to contact with higher spheres.

If you want to energetically clean your home, you can do this in a few steps

  1. Open all windows and ventilate well. Incense fires are usually very effective for basic cleaning.

Different fragrances for an energetic cleansing

  1. Olibanum is the only real incense and means purity. By this alone, this type of resin points to one of its primary goals, purification, both energetically and spiritually.

Ritual for spiritual cleansing

  1. Before starting the ritual, take a shower. A shower works better than a bath for spiritual cleansing. Put on clean clothes.

Different fragrances for a spiritual cleansing

  1. Benzoin is very relaxing and soothing. It opens your mind and soul and gives comfort in grief and stimulates inspiring powers. It also gives inner peace. Dammar is comforting. When you are depressed this gives light to your mind. This is very suitable for coming into contact with higher spheres. Pine gives warm to chilled souls and dispels melancholy. It gives strength and confidence to the mind. Larch releases spiritual blockages and brings us into contact with higher beings who are well-disposed to us. It is also used when one seeks innovation and courage. Mastic dispels fatigue and promotes clarity. It also helps with depression. It makes our intuition more alive and makes us receptive to signs and visions from higher spheres.

Below you will find some complaints with their healing herb

  1. Dependence: bark of cinnamon tree (wood) Aggression: dammar (resin) Anxiety: thyme (herb) Asthma: thyme (herb) Indecision: beech (wood) Circulation disorders: arnica (flower) Concentration: mastic (resin), cinnamon bark (wood), St. John's wort (herb) Depression: pine and fir (resin), St. John's wort (herb), marjoram (herb), rose hip (flower), ginger (flower, seed) Dizziness: melissa (herb) Lack of energy: pine (resin) Heart complaints: rhododendron (leaf) Cough: benzoin (resin), thyme (herb), anise (dried fruits) Fever: sage (leaf) Stubbornness: larch (wood), willow (wood) Powerlessness: arnica (flower) Respiratory diseases: sandarak (har), juniper (berry), pine and spruce (resin), larch (resin) Stomach complaints: juniper bush (berry) Nervousness: pine and fir (resin), St. John's wort (herb), peppermint (herb), lavender (flower, seed) Unfortunate: larch (resin) Inflammations: oak bark (wood), arnica (flower) Flashiness: dammar (resin) Pain complaints: balm (herb), peppermint (herb) Rheumatism: amber (resin) Common cold: benzoin (resin), peppermint (herb), linden (flower) Fatigue: larch (resin), rosemary (herb), arnica (flower), lavender (flower, seed) Vitality: amber (resin) Distrust: rhododendron (leaf)

  2. Dependence: bark of cinnamon tree (wood) Aggression: dammar (resin) Anxiety: thyme (herb) Asthma: thyme (herb) Indecision: beech (wood) Circulation disorders: arnica (flower) Concentration: mastic (resin), cinnamon bark (wood), St. John's wort (herb) Depression: pine and fir (resin), St. John's wort (herb), marjoram (herb), rose hip (flower), ginger (flower, seed) Dizziness: melissa (herb) Lack of energy: pine (resin) Heart complaints: rhododendron (leaf) Cough: benzoin (resin), thyme (herb), anise (dried fruits) Fever: sage (leaf) Stubbornness: larch (wood), willow (ho



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