Archangel Jophiel I Love You Incense Powder
Need some loving kindness in your life experience? Let the fragrant aroma of love waft through your living space with the Archangel Jophiel I Love You Incense Powder Recipe.
The Uplifting Power of Incense
Incense is a powerful way to instantly pull your mind into a calm, meditative state. It is used in many spiritual traditions and practices as a way to create and purify sacred space.
The smoke of incense rising up to heaven is a centuries old universal symbol of prayers being offered in the rising smoke to the deities. I don’t know about you, but for me there is nothing quite as powerful as walking in to sacred space and being hit by the smell of incense! It immediately transports me in to a more relaxed, reverent frame of mind!
The use of incense in the home can instantly shift the ambiance from chaotic to pleasant in a matter of minutes. It can uplift your the stagnant energy in your living place as well as create a relaxing, and fragrant vibe.
The Metaphysical Properties of Patchouli and Rose
Patchouli and rose are the two leading ladies in the Archangel Jophiel I Love You Incense Powder Recipe.
Burning patchouli is said to bring love in all forms – romantic, sensual, familial, as well as platonic love among friends. Its effectiveness in those areas depends upon your intention. It has a light, pleasant exotic sent that smells, well almost magical. Its one of my favorite scents.
Who knew you could use dried rose petals for incense? Even when dried, rose petals are beautiful and can be quite aromatic. Rose Petals are believed by many people to be a symbol of love, and romance, and its smoke to draw balance in matters of the heart.
When burning rose petals, this beautiful flower retains its abilities with attracting love and enhancing a romantic environment. It is also used for meditation and encouraging peace and serenity.
Archangel Jophiel I Love You Incense Powder Recipe
Archangel Jophiel is a beautiful Archangel that helps you to see beauty all around you. And what is more beautiful than a loving home environment.
Tip: Although this loose powder incense recipe suggests that you sprinkle the incense on tea light candles, you may also smolder in an incense burner with a bit of oil, or sprinkle over an charcoal disc made specifically for loose incense burning.
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