4 Resins That Clear Negative Energy
In ancient times, resins were considered very sacred. The life-blood of a tree, resin is known for helping to heal wounds, afflictions, and protect against infection by purifying air. It also has a long history of use in ceremonial practices all around the world from some of the most renowned civilizations—from the ancient Egyptians to the Native Americans. It even made its way into the scriptures of the bible as one of the sacred gifts given at the birth of Jesus.
Whether your home, office, bedroom or otherwise, burning these resins has the power to transform and deflect unwanted energy, bless a space as sacred and connect you to your higher Self.
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Copal – Spiritual Cleansing
Copal comes from the sap of a tree. Long ago, Incans believed burning the ‘blood’ of a tree pleased the Gods in sacred ceremonies. Copal has a clearing, sharp smell that purifies energy in your space.
Frankincense – Purification, Antidepressant, Spiritual Awareness
Frankincense is one of the oldest and most widely used oils on the planet. Highly valued for its wonderful aroma and healing benefits, Frankincense became a popular commodity in the ancient world — especially in the east. In fact, this led Frankincense to become worth more than its weight in gold.
Nowadays, studies show that this wonderful substance can be a great antidepressant and relieve stress. It’s also said to enhance intuition, clairvoyance, and is great before meditation.
Benzoin – Blessings, Prosperity
In TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) Benzoin resin is considered a ‘yang’ energy and is used to clear congestion and stagnation. It’s also believed to increase circulation. It has a very pleasant vanilla aroma when burned and is usually used in churches for its potency.
Myrrh -Spiritual Connection, Healing
Remember the story of Jesus’ birth? The three wise men brought gold, frankincense, and myrrh. But what is myrrh? It’s a tree resin from the mideast, often used in the mummification process to embalm. Other ancient cultures also used myrrh for healing and spiritual rituals in order to clear negative energy and obstacles in your path.
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