Incense Yoga Gift Set _ A Journey of Self Love
YOGA GIFT SET
This gift set is inspired by the Nepalese personal purification celebration called Mha Puja, meaning “worship of self”, which is used to empower your soul. It is curated for appreciation, expression, connection and most importantly as a reminder to lovingly embrace our relationship with ourselves. It provides the user with loving tools to retreat and explore the quiet space within our souls, giving us a chance to restore our equilibrium, returning us to our natural state of peace and grace.
Eight scents of natural incense are made according to the Eight Limbs of Yoga concept.
Gift set includes: 8 scents of incense.
- Yama, restraint - the ability to eliminate negative influences.
Note: Woody (Sandalwood).
- Niyama, observance - self discipline helping us thriveby giving us inner control.
Note: Refreshing Citronella.
- Asana, yoga postures.
Note: Woody (Cedar).
- Pratyahara, withdrawal of the senses.
- Dharana, concentration of the mind.
Note: Woody, Calm, Himalayan temple-like.
- Dhyana, meditation.
Note: Smoky, Woody.
- Samadhi, complete absorption - an experience of spiritual enlightenment.
Note: Forest-like, woody.
- Pranayama, breath control.
Note: Spicy, Woody.
- Handmade Clay Incense Holder (Mountain shape).
- A delicate notebook made with local Lokta paper.
- A Lokta paper gift card.
- A set of writing paper and envelope.
Number of Sticks: 20 sticks x 8 scents
Burn Time: 30min. approx. each stick
Handmade in Nepal
Remember to never leave incense burning unattended! Always place to a non flammable surface!
Stupa Incense is a socially and environmentally conscious cottage industry.
For the past two decades, Stupa has been manufacturing handmade incense.
Being based in the foothill of the Nagarjung forest in the Kathmandu valley, Stupa is always inspired by the surroundings, traditions and nature. Most of the ingredients used are locally sourced, from herbs to handmade papers for packaging. Stupa incense are natural, non toxic and non-additive forming.
In Himalayan culture, where Stupa came from, burning incense plays an important part. Himalayans use it from day to day rituals to relaxation whether they are in temples, monasteries or at home.
Burning incense is more than just for aroma, it is a lifestyle, and it is for ones mental and spiritual well being.