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Backflow Incense Burner – Little Monk
Are you an aromatherapy lover? Then this Incense Burner Monk is a must have! Our beautiful incense burner is carefully handmade from ceramic and is hand painted. And when the incense cone is lit, a trail of smoke flows down mimicking a waterfall flowing down a mountain. For this Holiday season, this is going to be a perfect gift for yourself, your family and friends. Place it into your bedroom, study, office, meditation room or library to fill the room with a pleasant and healing aroma!
• Aids you in the process of releasing negative emotions such as anger, depression, monkey-mind, and anxiety.
• Use it for home decor, tea house, meditation rooms and more.
• Helps in reducing insomnia or sleeping difficulties; refreshes the mind and body.
The Incense Burner Monk will provide years and years of usage because of its physical and psychological benefits. It triggers specific responses which encourage relaxation, promotes concentration or stimulates creativity which is great for study or at work.
Many people also use Incense Burner Monk in prayer, worship, and healing. The calming effects of the incense are well known by Monks and spiritual leaders. The aroma works to slow down the heart rate and soothe nerves. These calming effects have surprisingly powerful benefits for your mind and spirit!
Besides the spiritual reasons or religious traditions that demand their use, Incense Burner Monk also have more practical applications. You can burn incense to help drive away bugs and little insects. This is widely used in tropical countries where mosquitoes and other insects are a common problem. What’s pleasing to our noses apparently has an unpleasant effect on bugs – you can quite literally “smoke them out” by burning incense.
With so many amazing benefits, from creating a heavenly ambiance to delivering a positive effect to your physical and spiritual wellbeing, the Incense Burner Monk basically suits your everyday needs!
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Benefits of Burning Incense in The Little Monk Incense Burner:
- Enhances concentration and focus.
- Promotes creativity
- Increases motivation
- Boosts Confidence
- Preventing infections
- Relieves headache
- Fights Depression
- Reduces tension and anxiety
- Overcomes insomnia
How to burn the incense stick in the Monk Incense Burner?
- Light the tip of the incense stick. Hold and light either end.
- Gently extinguish the flame by blowing or fanning and it should glow red and give off a delicate wisp of pale fragrant smoke indicating that it is slowly burning or “smoldering.”
- Then place it in the Monk Incense Burner upright.
- You can burn the incense stick in the room before the meditation or at the start of any spiritual practice to prepare the mood.
Practices of burning incense at home:
Organic Aromatherapy – Once the incense smoke fills the room, the healing herbal smoke immerses your body within. Depending on the incense flavor of your choice, the smoke enters the pores in your skin and ejects the toxins from inside. Breath the smoke in directly or soak in it to feel the effects. Spiritually, aromatherapy also enhances meditation.
Beautiful Interiors – the lotus incense burner, is mind-blowing, edgy and unique. It can match diverse interiors. If you’re throwing a party at home, guests will be hypnotized for hours. It would definitely make a Rockstar overnight.
Air Freshener – the incense smokes mesmerize the audience and de-humidifies the room. Incense sticks would only cost a fraction and the Fragrance doesn’t just stay for 2 hours after the incense is done, but the whole day. Just light up 3 incense sticks in the morning, 2 in the afternoon and 4 at night through the evening. Really, that’s more than you need!
Feng Shui – detox the negativity from your space by lighting a candle next to The Little Monk Incense Burner for a few hours. It serves as an art of attracting the powers of cosmos naturally by changing wind and energy in your space or environment.
Read about history and use of incense holders from ancient times to nowadays!