Spiritual Attainment and Incense Sticks

27 Jan 2015

Spiritual Attainment and Incense Sticks

From the ancient times, incense sticks are used while worshipping almighty. The idea was to ward off negative energy from the very area and our minds where we try to connect ourselves with divine power. Incense is burnt during meditation and prayers to cleanse and purify the air. We practice the same to make our sacred feeling strong.

Spiritualism is a topic of increasing concern amongst many. People attain spirituality by religion, meditation or yoga. In almost all the three activities, uses of incense sticks are popular. Spiritualism results in positive, optimistic, compassionate and gracious growth of minds. The smoke of incense sticks attracts a lot of positive energy.

Some of the popular fragrances that are used by a majority of the people in spiritual healing. Each fragrance of incense sticks posses distinct property that attracts a specific aspect of God. These fragrances are Jasmine, Sandalwood, Kewda, Mogra and a few others. Most of these incense sticks used in spiritual applications contain resins like Myrrh and Frankincense. The manufacturers of incense sticks like Moksh Agrabatti test the efficacy of the incense sticks. The very idea of the brand is to help people grow spiritually thereby, attaining ‘Marks’.

Different fragrant incense sticks that evoke different aspects of God, are believed to increase the component of ‘sattva’ and negates the component of ‘tama’. The burning hot end of the incense stick nullifies the negative energy and the fragrant smoke rising attracts the aspects of God. The magical effect of the incense increase concentration and focus. It eases our spiritual connection. Some other incense sticks like Aloes attract positive energy and spiritual vibration.

Some of fragrant sticks by Moksh Agrabatti build and create a calm aura, brings tranquility for adequate energy needed to gain spirituality. Experience and share your ideas of spirituality with wide incense sticks range from Moksh Agarbatti.

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