Sacred Symbols Tibetan Incense Burners for grace and enlightenment

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Add some elegance to your spiritual practice and ceremonies with these gorgeous Sacred Symbols Tibetan Incense Burners. Each of these burners is intricately designed and features the eight auspicious Tibetan symbols. You can place various types of incense, such as cones, sticks, and coils in these burners for an experience that suits and meets your smudging needs. These burners come in either blue or bronze with red and are absolutely stunning to look at. Place one of these burners in your home for wisdom, protection, and a touch of class.

NOTE: Do not touch the metal while in use as it will be hot. Also, avoid placing this burner on sensitive or delicate surfaces.

The deeper magic of these Sacred Symbols Tibetan Incense Burners

The eight auspicious symbols, or Ashtamangala, feature eight emblems that are the divine attributes associated with the Buddha and believed to be part of the path to enlightenment. The Endless Knot is a symbol of the unity of all things, which represents the intertwining of wisdom, compassion, and method. The Lotus Flower represents the ability to float above the muddy waters of attachment and desire. The Dhvaja represents the Buddha’s victory over the four hindrances along the path of enlightenment: Pride, desire, negative emotions, and fear of death. The Dharmachakra represents Buddha and the Dharma teachings. The Bumpa represents health, wealth, prosperity, wisdom, longevity, and space. The Golden Fish symbol represents the two sacred rivers in India, the Ganges and the Yamuna, and also symbolizes happiness, fertility, and abundance. The Parasol is a symbol of protection that represents the sky and expansiveness of space and ether, and is a canopy that shields you from harmful forces and disease. The Conch represents the beautiful and deep sound of dharma, which awakens you to tend to the welfare of yourself and others.

Did you know that incense was the first form of perfume? The word “perfume” literally means “through smoke,” and our ancestors used incense to scent their bodies. Ancient Egyptians and Romans would “perfume” the air with the incense they burned. They believed that the sacred smoke of incense would raise all surrounding vibrations and assist them in their magical practice. Burning incense is a great way to smudge and it connects us with the ancients in a powerful and beautiful way.

May these Sacred Symbols Tibetan Incense Burners illuminate your practice and bring grace and illumination to your rituals and ceremonies.

This listing is for one (1) Sacred Symbols Tibetan Incense Burner (about 2.5×3.5”). I have two colors to offer you: Blue and Bronze with Red. Please choose the color that calls to you from the drop-down menu. Yours will arrive lovingly parceled, ready for enjoyment.

Blessings,
Athena

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  1. Hilary R.

    This incense burner is both beautiful and very functional! This one is my new favorite for ceremony. All you need is a charcoal disk and incense and you’re good to go!

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