Nepalese Rope Incense - Sandalwood

Sandalwood - Meditation and relaxation
Sandalwood is a sacred tree revered since the dawn of time. The perfume given off by its aromatic wood has the virtue of relaxing the body and calming the mind. It induces spirituality and meditation. Any occasion is good to burn it.
Rope incense is a traditional format from Nepal where it has been used for centuries. To make each rope, a powder of aromatic ingredients is placed on a piece of lokta paper, which is then rolled by hand.

4 ways to burn rope incense
If you use the traditional Nepalese Kamala burner, roll up the incense and place it on top of the spiral. You can also insert the thicker end in the centre hole of the burner. If you use the Surya holder, simply hang the rope from the hook. If you have a bowl filled with ash or marble sand, place the lit incense on top without touching the wall.

Your little ritual in 5 steps
Choose a quiet moment to dedicate some time to taking care of yourself.
1- Intention is fundamental when performing a ritual. Write it down on a piece of paper.
2- Choose the incense that best suits your objective. Prepare the place where you will burn it, make sure it looks tidy and beautiful.
3- Light the end of the rope incense and wait a few seconds before blowing out the flame. Place the note with your intention under the burner and place the rope over it.
4- Take a comfortable position and close your eyes. You can sit in a meditation posture or simply in a chair. Concentrate on your goal and visualise how the smoke releases obstacles and your goals come true. You can complete the ritual by playing a Tibetan singing bowl.
5- Stay like this for a few minutes. Then open your eyes and watch the wisps of smoke. Let a feeling of gratitude fill you.
We recommend that you repeat the ritual several days in a row.

Do not inhale the smoke directly. Ventilate after use.

Technical characteristics

  • Number of sticks: 24
  • Approximate duration: 20 min.
  • Fragrance: Sandalwood
  • Description: 24 Nepalese rope incense, a blend of 100% natural ingredients wrapped in lokta paper
  • Made in: Nepal

Type: incense