This small Meditation bundle is perfect for your intentional rituals. It includes hand pressed Palo Santo Cylinders and three specially selected Incense ranging from Breu Resin, White Sage, Chacrona Jagube & Palo Santo. Each incensed is speckled with traditional Nepalese lokta paper made from a small woman-owned and run enterprise in Nepal. Hand wrapped in plant dyed paper hand-scribed by Local Tibetan artists using drutsa script
Ensuring fair trade practices from sourcing to fulfillment, Incausa coordinates the creation of hand made incense in South America. This product is free of chemicals, synthetic perfumes, and dyes.
Each Bundle comes with six mixed Incense, one fair trade sacred Palo Santo stick, nine hand compressed cylinders of Palo Santo, and four small-batch Vegan soaps made with essential oils.
Intention: Encouraging Affirmations inscribed in drutsa say "this too, past, will become" sets the intention for grounding, deep reflection and positive energy. Use before, during or after meditation.
Suggested Use/Ritual: Begin by lighting the incense of your choosing, Place the tip of the incense stick in a flame until it catches fire. Begin filling your bathtub while setting the intentions you'd like or turn on your shower. The flame will die out quickly so you can tamp out the incense when you feel its right to stop and preserve your incense and the embers and cleansing properties will remain whilst in your bath or shower. Open up your vegan soap and use while bathing/showering continuing to set your intentions and prepare to meditate. Once out of your bath or shower use a fireproof bowl or plate and light the palo santo stick or compressed palo santo to cleanse when feeling stagnant. Do not leave burning and unattended. Do not use irresponsibly use with intention and respect the history of these ancient plants.
Burn Time: 50 min per incense stick. 25 min per brick.
Ingredients: Lavender, Coriander, Patchouli, Cardamon, Marjoram, Clove, Cinnamon, Vetiver & Geranium, and more.
Meet the Maker: Incausa is a Brooklyn based for-profit company working directly with indigenous communities. Their indigenous pro-bono mission transforms customers to benefactors which allows for sustainable giving versus fundraising! When you purchase any indigenous piece you are directly supporting the marketplace's existence and a sustainable chain of commerce! This offers economic autonomy to indigenous artisans. Incausa works with these and more indigenous communities: The Xavante, Yanomami, Mehinako, Yawalapiti, Kraho, Cinta Larga, Kaiapo, and more!