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Yarlung Buddha Meditation Incense

Yarlung Buddha Meditation Incense

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The Sacred Scent of Meditation

A meditative incense from the Himalayas of exquisite hand-picked herbs with meditative properties from Tibetan Buddhist traditions . The unique fragrance composition has been developed over hundreds of years to promote meditation, peace and harmony. The mix contains selected herbs, plants, roots and flowers for ceremonies and to heighten all senses before and during meditation.


Woody and Floral


Connection and Consciousness


100% natural Nepalese herbs, plants, roots and flowers ethically harvested.

Use & Rituals

Tibetan Buddhism is a form of Mahayana Buddhism that developed in Tibet and the Himalayan region, beginning in the 7th century AD. It incorporates elements of the Indian Mahayana tradition and Vajrayana (Tantric Buddhism), along with local traditions and customs. Tibetan Buddhism is known for its rich ritualism, extensive use of art and iconography, complex philosophy, and a variety of meditation practices and spiritual techniques.

Important characteristics of Tibetan Buddhism include:

1. The use of the Tibetan language: Tibetan Buddhism uses the Tibetan language for its scriptures and liturgies. The Tibetan Buddhist canon is a large collection of texts, including sutras (discourses of the Buddha), tantras (esoteric teachings), and sastras.

2. Four Main Schools: There are four major schools of Tibetan Buddhism: Nyingma, Kagyu, Sakya and Gelug. Everyone has their own interpretations of texts, teachings and practices. The Dalai Lama, the most famous Tibetan Buddhist leader, belongs to the Gelug school.

3. Role of Lamas: In Tibetan Buddhism, lamas (teachers) play a crucial role in the spiritual education of their followers. They are revered as guides who have attained a high level of spiritual realization.

4. Reincarnation and Tulkus: Belief in lama reincarnation is a distinctive feature. High-ranking lamas, such as the Dalai Lama and the Panchen Lama, are believed to be tulkus, or reincarnations of past masters, who choose to be reborn to continue their religious duties.

5. Vajrayana Practices: Tibetan Buddhism incorporates Vajrayana practices, which use advanced meditation techniques and rituals aimed at rapid spiritual progress and enlightenment. These methods include the use of mantras, mudras (hand gestures) and mandalas (sacred diagrams).

6. Bodhisattva ideal: Like other forms of Mahayana Buddhism, Tibetan Buddhism emphasizes the Bodhisattva path, which encourages practitioners to achieve enlightenment for the benefit of all beings, not just for personal salvation.

7. Rituals and Art: Rituals, art and music play a significant role in Tibetan Buddhism. Monks and nuns often use instruments such as bells, drums and trumpets during ceremonies, and religious art is used as an aid in meditation and teaching.

8. Dalai Lama: The Dalai Lama is the most visible symbol of Tibetan Buddhism around the world. Traditionally, the Dalai Lama is considered the spiritual leader of the Tibetan people, although his influence extends globally.

Tibetan Buddhism continues to be practiced in Tibet, Nepal, Bhutan, Mongolia and parts of India and Russia. It has also gained followers in the West in recent decades.

Product information

Burning time: 45 min/ stick
Length: 22 cm
Quantity: 20 knitting needles without bamboo core. Made in India.

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