Chakra Healing - Vishuddha or the throat chakra
The inspiring fragrance of rosemary helps to be more expressive in thoughts and language. The clarifying and balancing aromas made specially for the Throat Chakra will help to build focus and give clarity on what one should communicate.
Vishuddha or Throat chakra, is located in the throat. It is our 'communication center' and is connected to our self-expression. It is the center that conveys to the world about who you are and allows the world to connect back with you.
The incense stick for the chakra has been attuned to the throat energy centre and is custom blended to incorporate the ancient knowledge of Vedic medicine and the yogic knowledge of the energy that emanates through the chakras. Light an incense to focus on chakra meditation or just aromatise the ambience around you.
10 sticks of a synergistic blend of botanicals with predominantly Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis) in a base of pure sandalwood, aromatic roots, resins, herbs, woods, gums and pure essential oils of the specific chakras.
Bamboo is hand- blended and rolled according to ancient Ayurvedic tradition into custom-blended natural masala / mixture and they do not contain any synthetic fragrances, glue, toxic fillers or burners, charcoal or dung.
Suitable for indoor use, safe for children, elderly and pets.
Our chakra incense package design reflects the traditional symbol and colour of each chakra and the science of Ayurveda. Our incense are fair trade and we reject child labour.
How to do the chakra meditation
Find a peaceful space and set aside for prayer and meditation. Light the chakra incense and breathe, fully and deeply. Close your eyes and meditate on the affirmations and the changes you are wishing to make.
With great faith, wisdom and love, accept what you cannot change, but also know that you have the courage and help to change what is possible. Spend a few moments of quiet with yourself trying to focus on the affirmations.
How to light the incense stick
Place the the stick with the non-coated end on a heat-resistant surface, such as a trivet or ceramic tile. Hold a lit match or a lighter flame to the coated end of the incense for ten seconds or more till it lights. Blow out the incense flame and let it begin to smolder. The incense stick will smoke light gray to white in color. Inhale a breath of deep bliss.
Caution: Never leave burning incense unattended. When done, you can use the ash as combust for your plants.