Chenrezig Tibetan Incense Powder

Chenrezig Tibetan Incense Powder

SKU: 81001983

Chenrezig Tibetan Incense Powder

SKU: 81001983
  • Authentic Tibetan Buddhist formula
  • 100% natural ingredients
  • Ideal for prayer and ritual
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Chenrezig Tibetan Incense Powder is handmade from medicinal herbs, oils, resins and spices from the Himalayan mountains, following a strict formula found in ancient scriptural texts. When burnt, it releases a sweet, mellow aroma.

It is primarily used as an offering to the Buddha of Compassion, Chenrezig, to invoke his presence and blessings of kindness and compassion. It is also suitable for meditation sessions and other spiritual ceremonies to purify the environment of unwanted energies, to create a peaceful and calm atmosphere, and to support relaxation and stress-relief.

  • Originally prepared under the auspices of the eminent healing lama Gangchen Rinpoche
  • Carefully handmade to meet the highest standards of quality.
  • All-natural, non-toxic, and contains no narcotic or habit-forming ingredients.
  • Safe for inhalation.

About Incense and Incense Offering

Across all Buddhist traditions, incense is one of the most common and basic substances used as offerings to the Buddhas and enlightened beings. Within Tibetan Buddhism, incense is typically used as an offering to the Three Jewels — Buddha, Dharma and Sangha. It is also employed as part of Buddhist ritual to purify offering substances such as water, food and light.

In traditional Tibetan Medicine, incense is often used as a medicinal substance to treat certain ailments. Due to the healing qualities of its ingredients, Tibetan incense can soothe and calm a mind affected by depression, restlessness, anxiety and stress. Specific incense formulas can also be beneficial for common complaints such as migraines, cough, dizziness and insomnia.

On a spiritual level, the offering of incense reminds us to hold our vows purely and creates the causes for us to do so. In Buddhist thought, morality is considered to be one of the Six Perfections of a Bodhisattva practitioner. As such, it is one of the keys to reaching full enlightenment.

“Incense offerings should be done daily and consistently with great confidence in the supreme Dharma that liberates our mind from all sufferings and to the holy sage Buddha who has traversed over samsara.”
– Tsem Rinpoche

As we make incense offerings to the Buddhas, we generate the merits to become like them and hold our vows perfectly. This collection of merits is based on our Bodhisattva aspirations, and will lead us to the realisation of higher views which sees the faults of serving oneself as opposed to serving the needs of all sentient beings.

Therefore, offering incense of the best quality with the highest motivation may seem to be a simple spiritual act, but it leads to higher insight, integrity of practice, consistency of practice, generation of merits, and the ability to hold our vows which leads to the generation of higher attainments and insight within our mindstream.

About Chenrezig

Chenrezig is the Bodhisattva who watches over all sentient beings with great compassion. Also known as Guanyin (in Chinese), Avalokiteshvara (in Sanskrit) or Kwannon (in Japanese), his mantra OM MANI PEME HUNG is recited in all Buddhist traditions around the world.

Chenrezig’s energy blesses our minds and encourages our development of compassion and loving-kindness. He imparts calmness of mind and temper, inspires generosity, and encourages harmonious relationships. Ultimately, his blessings inspire us to transform our negative qualities, thus becoming truly beautiful from the inside out.

  • Place the desired amount of incense powder in a bowl-style incense burner, then set it alight. For best results, use a small jet-flame lighter.
  • Alternatively, sprinkle a small amount on burning incense sticks or hot coals.
  • Can be mixed with other types of loose incense and burnt in the same manner.
  • Can be used to fill Buddha statues in combination with other traditional substances.
  • Always burn incense in moderate quantities to prevent overheating.
  • Never leave unattended.
  • For best results, burn in a Tibetan-style incense burner.
  • Weight: 140 g (0.3 lb)

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