Concentration and Intuition
Jasmine and Tulsa
This stick incense blend of jasmine and Tulasi has been mixed together and rolled by hand, following the ancient wisdom to open the third eye and balance the Ajna Chakra by facilitating concentration and intuition. Continued use of this resin incense assists in balancing and opening the chakra, promoting a balanced personality, the ability to concentrate, intuition and spiritual vision. The Ajña Chakra, the sixth energetic center, is situated in the space between the eyebrows. It is highly regarded as the third eye, or the eye of Lord Shiva. It is the center that connects us to the mind element. Prabhuji explains that when this chakra functions well, it is expressed in the ability to concentrate, a balance between the poles of the personality, consciousness of the soul, personal knowledge, intuition, spiritual experiences, thinking power, and a markedly strong will power. On the physical level it manifests as balance in the paired organs, such as the ears, eyes, and kidneys.
Chakra is a Sanskrit word meaning “wheel” or “disc”. Everyone has seven main chakras, or energetic centers, located in their astral body – connecting the physical and astral worlds – and cannot be seen with the physical eye. Each one corresponds to a different level of cosmic creation and is related to a specific plane of consciousness and element, which provides its characteristics. “They are swirling metaphysical vortexes, transformers of energy both from as well as toward the astral body,” Prabhuji wrote in his book Kundalini Yoga. Prabhuji’s Gifts is certified as a gold-level Green America business, recognized for its daily conduct that demonstrate a strong commitment to conserve the environment, promote sustainability and support social justice through the way its products are sourced, made and transported, as well as through significant donations to humanitarian programs. A company representative frequently visits raw material suppliers to ensure workers are being treated fairly and ensuring there is no child labor.
Made by artisans in India’s cottage industry.