Premium Tribute to Guru Rinpoche Himalayan Buddhist Herbal Incense Tube

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Premium Tribute to Guru Rinpoche Himalayan Buddhist Herbal Incense Tube

Weight: 0.13 kg
Size: 23 cm
Material: Mix Natural Herbs

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Brief Introduction

The khatvanga a danda with three severed heads denoting the three kayas (the three bodies of a Buddha: the dharmakaya sambhogakaya and nirmanakaya) crowned by a trishula and dressed with a sash of the Himalayan Rainbow or Five Pure Lights of the Mahabhuta is a particular divine attribute of Padmasambhava and intrinsic to his iconographic representation.
His two eyes are wide open in a piercing gaze. On his body he wears a white vajra undergarment and on top of this in layers a red robe a dark blue mantrayana tunic a red monastic shawl decorated with a golden flower pattern and a maroon cloak of silk brocade. He has one face and two hands.
In his right hand he holds a five-pronged vajra at his heart; and in his left which rests in the gesture of equanimity he holds a skull-cup in the centre of which is a vase of longevity filled with the nectar of deathless wisdom. Cradled in his left arm is a three-pointed khatvanga representing the consort Mandarava. On his head he wears a five-petalled lotus hat. Wrathful and smiling he blazes magnificently with the splendour of the major and minor marks. He is seated with his two feet in the royal posture.

Life Story
According to tradition Padmasambhava was incarnated as an eight-year-old child appearing in a lotus blossom floating in Lake Dhanakosha in the kingdom of Oḍḍiyāna traditionally identified with the Swat Valley of South Asia in present-day Pakistan. His special nature was recognized by the childless local king of Oḍḍiyāna and was chosen to take over the kingdom but he left Oḍḍiyāna for Northern parts of India. In Rewalsar known as Tso Pema in Tibetan he secretly taught tantric teachings to Mandarava who was the local king's daughter. The king found out and tried to burn him but it is believed when the smoke cleared he was intact and in meditation. The king offered Padmasambhava his kingdom and Mandarava. He left with Mandarava and later in Maratika cave in Nepal after practicing secret tantric consort rituals Amitayus appeared and they both achieved immortal bodies in the form of the living rainbow body of the Great Transference which is completely different and much rarer than a dead body dissolving into light or the more usual rainbow body of a living yet mortal human as sometimes still achieved by Dzogchen practitioners of Padmasambhava's terma. So both Padmasambhava and Mandarava are still believed to be alive and active in Phowa Chenpo form by their followers. She and Padmasambhava's other main consort Yeshe Tsogyal who was responsible for hiding his numerous terma later in Tibet became fully enlightened. Many thangkas and paintings show Padmasambhava in between them.

His fame became known to Trisong Detsen the 38th king of the Yarlung dynasty and the first Emperor of Tibet (742–797) whose kingdom was beset by evil mountain deities. The king invited Padmasambhava to Tibet where he used his tantric powers to subdue the evil deities he encountered along the way eventually receiving the Emperor's wife identified with the dakini Yeshe Tsogyal as a consort. This was in accordance with the tantric principle of not eliminating negative forces but redirecting them to fuel the journey toward spiritual awakening. In Tibet he founded the first monastery in the country Samye Gompa initiated the first monks and introduced the people to the practice of Tantric Buddhism.

Padmasambhava had five major female tantric companions the so-called 'Five Wisdom Dakinis' (Wylie: Ye-shes mKha-'gro lnga) or 'Five Consorts.' In Padmasambhava's biography - they are described as the five women "who had access to the master's heart" and practiced tantric rites which are considered to have exorcised the previous demons of Tibet and converted them into protectors of the country.' They were: Mandarava of Zahor - the emanation of Vajravarahi's Body; Belwong Kalasiddhi of (North-West) India - the emanation of Vajravarahi's Quality Belmo Sakya Devi of Nepal; the emanation of Vajravarahi's Mind Yeshe Tsogyal of Tibet; the emanation of Vajravarahi's Speech and Mangala or Tashi Kyedren of "the Himalayas" - the emanation of Vajravarahi's Activity.

In Bhutan he is associated with the famous Paro Taktsang or "Tiger's Nest" monastery built on a sheer cliff wall about 500m above the floor of Paro valley. It was built around the Taktsang Senge Samdup (stag tshang seng ge bsam grub) cave where he is said to have meditated in the 8th Century. He flew there from Tibet on the back of Yeshe Tsogyal whom he transformed into a flying tigress for the purpose of the trip. Later he travelled to Bumthang district to subdue a powerful deity offended by a local king. Padmasambhava's body imprint can be found in the wall of a cave at nearby Kurje Lhakhang temple.

Padmasambhava also hid a number of religious treasures (termas) in lakes caves fields and forests of the Himalayan region to be found and interpreted by future tertöns or spiritual treasure-finders. According to Tibetan tradition the Bardo Thodol (commonly referred to as the Tibetan Book of the Dead) was among these hidden treasures subsequently discovered by a Tibetan terton Karma Lingpa.

Tantric cycles related to Padmasambhava are not just practiced by the Nyingma they even gave rise to a new offshoot of Bön which emerged in the 14th century called the New Bön. Prominent figures of the Sarma (new translation) schools such as the Karmapas and Sakya lineage heads have practiced these cycles and taught them. Some of the greatest tertons revealing teachings related to Padmasambhava have been from the Kagyu or Sakya lineages. The hidden lake temple of the Dalai Lamas behind the Potala called Lukhang is dedicated to Dzogchen teachings and has murals depicting the eight manifestations of Padmasambhava. Padmasambhava established Vajrayana Buddhism and the highest forms of Dzogchen (Mengagde) in Tibet and transformed the entire nation.

On Padmasambhava's consort practice with Princess Sakya Devi from Nepal it is said: "In a state of intense bliss Padmasambhava and Sakyadevi realized the infinite reality of the Primordial Buddha Mind the All-Beneficent Lord (Samantabhadra) whose absolute love is the unimpeded dynamo of existence. Experiencing the succession of the four stages of ecstasy their mutual state of consciousness increased from height to height. And thus meditating on Supreme Vajrasattva Heruka as the translucent image of compassionate wrathful (energized) activity they together acquired the mahamudra of Divinity and attained complete Great Enlightenmen


Mantra of Padmasambhava

Oṃ Āḥ Hūṃ Vajra Guru Padma Siddhi Hūṃ
(Om Ah Hum Vajra Guru Padma Siddhi Hum)



Herbal Incense: Importance of Burning Incense

For hundreds of years the burning of incense has been popular across various cultures and religions of the globe. Unraveling the history of spiritual and healing traditions of this sacred practice reveals the importance of incense to promote mindfulness peace inner-awareness and a profound connection with the universe. Today the healing benefits that burning incense provides to the brain and overall bodily health is a popular topic in alternative medicine.

List of Health Benifits with burning Incense





Hundreds of years ago the aromatic resins of myrrh and frankincense were considered far more valuable than gold or silver and they were precious currency even gifted to the newborn baby Jesus. In ancient Egyptian culture frankincense was regarded as a perfume a bug repellent a remedy to heal wounds and most importantly a spiritual offering for the gods.

For thousands of years Zen Buddhists and monks alongside Hindus and other religions across Asia regarded incense burning an essential ritual for meditation spiritual ascension and healing. When ancient Roman and Greek civilizations discovered the Silk trade route they began importing incense to burn during their religious ceremonies cremation events and worship rituals.

Native Americans also celebrated the benefits of burning herbs and incense particularly sage to cleanse their souls free of impurities along with driving away impurities from their house and worship places. Burning incense with essential oils has been an ancient therapeutic ritual that has been revived by Buddhists yogis and other spiritual traditions around the world in modern times.

Boost Focus an Concentration
Most people believe that burning incense is a yogic ritual but the truth is that it promotes mindfulness and concentration so you can burn it whenever you feel the need to be fully aware. For instance while you are work studying doing yoga or anything else incense can help you concentrate.

Buddhist monks realized this advantage of burning incense thousands of years ago and they used it to purify their atmosphere clear up their thoughts and concentrate on meditation. Their traditions reveal that jewelry designers artisans and other handcrafters would also burn incense to boost their focus.

The pleasant fragrance of incense stimulates the mind and gets your creative juices flowing so you can feel inspired to imagine and identify the beauty around you. Incense boosts creativity and its botanical aroma calms the mind & invites peace so the imagination can run wild and free without any anxieties stressing out your brain.

For centuries spiritual gurus and religious teachers have advocated the use of incense to purify the environment the mind and the soul. Modern science reveals that the smoke of incense is filled with potent fungicidal insecticidal and antibacterial powers which keeps your environment free of pollutants.
Combining incense with essential oils is a great remedy to eliminate negativities feel more positive motivate yourself and drive out all impurities from your soul and surroundings. Remember a clean and pure environment is the most beneficial strategy to keep the mind energetic and the body healthy.


Some research suggests that burning incense particularly frankincense which is obtained from the Boswellia plant stimulates the less understood ionic pathways within the brain which aid in reducing symptoms of depression and anxiety. Ancient therapeutic and healing rituals have advised the use of incense to drive away feelings of despair depressive thoughts negative emotions and anxieties that gnaw at the brainÂ’s peace.

It will allow you to feel light-hearted and positive by driving out the negative thoughts and replacing them with calmness and a mindful attitude to give your absolute best to yourself.

Whether you are performing yoga or doing meditation anxious and stressful thoughts are the greatest challenge in your quest to find peace and serenity. Burning incense has always been a ritual for meditation and yoga and this is primarily because of its ability to stimulate the brain with a sense of calm.

The aroma of incense smoke is capable of reducing heart rates and soothing the nerve pathways within the brain to make you feel completely relaxed and at peace. It is a great idea to burn incense while taking a luxurious hot bath or a massage so your muscles can relax and get rid of all that tension.

Our ability to smell opens up a pathway that directly leads to the brain and when the aroma released by incense smoke reaches the brain it stimulates the Limbic system. This fragrance stimulates the production of various essential brain chemicals that are associated with the feelings of calmness happiness and bliss.

When you burn incense its aroma aids in opening up the nasal passages a great remedy for flu allowing you to feel relaxed and happy by naturally reducing your blood pressure. It promotes a strong sense of mindfulness that allows you to be more aware of yourself and appreciative of everything around you.

People who struggle with symptoms of insomnia or struggle falling asleep can benefit from the therapeutic calmness of burning incense. It is incredibly beneficial for inducing drowsiness and it is widely considered an ancient treatment for dealing with insomnia and sleep disorders.

Incense contains a powerful variety of plants and various different parts of herbs that boost potent chemicals nutrients and naturally-occurring compounds to stimulate the mind and trigger the production of therapeutic brain chemicals and happy hormones.

Incense is the perfect remedy to clear your mind and begin your meditative practice and yoga session with a clear and focused mind. Allow it to make you feel more mindful and connected with your spiritual self even when youÂ’re baking some cookies doing your work or sitting down for dinner with your family. It is an essential ancient remedy to purify your environment your house your thoughts and your soul.


Histroy of Incense

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