Incense is a natural resource that helps us recreate an ideal environment for practice, study, and much more, depending on the perfumes and other constituents of herbs, resins etc., whose molecules are released when burning, allowing an immediate absorption by the pituitary membrane. Perfumes influence the emotional, the mind and to the body, and the response is immediate, as fast as an injection into a vein.
Today our incense has three different applications, the first is to perfume the environment. The second is the effects on the people who breath it in. The third is the purification of the environment. A good incense should have all three.
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Coined in ancient form, it represents on one side the ÔM in high relief, surrounded by other Sanskrit inscriptions. On the reverse, the Ashtánga Yantra, powerful symbol of Swásthya Yôga.
The ÔM is the most important mantra of the Yôga and acts directly in the ajña chakra, the third vision, between the eyebrows.
For more information on the ÔM, the medal, the Ashtánga Yantra and the chakras, confer Prof DeRose books and from Yôga University.