Fill your life with blessings.
Guards against evil, brings peace, assists in understanding personal sorrow.
Frankincense and Myrrh have histories steeped in a number of religions.
The warm, sweet, spicy aroma of frankincense is a balance to the musky and pungent odor of myrrh.
Frankincense instills courage, helps the mind focus, and lifts the spirit.
In the story of the Three Wise Men, Frankincense was offered to the Christ child to represent divinity.
Myrrh clears the air, is used in divination, regenerates the spirit and restores clarity.
Myrrh was given as a gift to the Christ child to alleviate suffering.
Combined, the two bring much to us in ushering in the wonderful holiday season and a new year.
Frankincense is burned for purification and spirituality, and associated with the Sun and with masculine powers.
The intense energy of Frankincense drives away negative energies and evil so it has been used throughout the ages for purification and exorcism.
With this in mind we can see that it also an excellent choice for preventative measures such as that of protection.
The strong vibrations produced by Frankincense make it an excellent choice in mixtures used to promote spiritual growth as well as to induce visions.
Frankincense promotes calmness, serenity and relaxation.
Elevates personal & spiritual love on all levels by inspiring & awakening the spiritual senses.
Enhance your divine connection with Frankincense.
Myrrh is similar properties to frankincense, although it is also used for healing and attraction as well, and is associated with feminine powers.
Enhances & strengthens your spirituality, visualization & meditation practice.
Purifying to the energetic environment, the human energy field & increases meridian flow.
Purify a room, a house, to stop evil influences and break the hex.
Protection, exorcism, transformation, the sacred, cleansing & creating peace.
Wash your body with the soap in the bath or shower while praying or meditating on your desired result.
Meditate and establish a psychic link between the soap and yourself.
Be specific in what you ask for.