Collection: Incense & Incense Burners

Burn away negative qualities within oneself  reveal the pure self within.

Incense burning is an ancient religious ritual common to Egypt, India and East Asia. It is steeped in symbolism.
In Buddhism, it is a sacred offering, a way to honor the Triple Gem of the Buddha, his Dharma and the Sangha.

Soul Inspirations & Meditations offers a wide array of incense burners and holders, everything from traditional wooden ash catchers, to ornate variations. Zen inspired burners to home decor ornaments .We offer a full range of incense for your meditation needs. 

 

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  • Natural Aromatic Incense Absinthe Fragrant Anti Mosquito Incense Coil
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    $5.26
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    $5.26
  • Brown Incense Burner Leaf Porcelain Wooden Ash Incense Holder
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    $3.08
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    $3.08
  • Chinese Lotus Incense Burner Holder Flower Statue Censer Plate Home Decor
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    $12.30
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    $12.30
  • Porcelain Cerami Thumb Hand Shape Cone Incense Burner Vaporizer Holder Censer
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    $25.78
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    $25.78
  • Ceramic bamboo raft back flow incense burner Smoke Waterfall
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    $39.04
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    $39.04
  • Ceramic Parcelain Lotus Leaf Cone Incense Burner Vaporizer Holder Censer Decor
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    $11.78
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    $11.78
  • Backflow Ceramic Incense Burner Smoke Back-flow Censer Cone Holder
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    $38.14
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    $38.14
  • Lion Shape Ornamentation Incense Incense Burner Stick Holder Incense Base Plug
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    $8.54
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    $8.54

WHY DO WE BURN INCENSE IN BUDDHIST RITUALS?

The burning of an incense stick resulting in fragrant smoke teaches the necessity to burn away negative qualities within oneself in order to reveal the pure self within.

The aroma of incense, typically derived from herbs, flowers and other natural sources, purifies the atmosphere and inspires us to develop a pure mind.

The fragrance it gives off spreads far and wide, just as a good deed brings benefits to many. Incense rises and dissolves into the air, subtly reminding the viewer of the transient nature of existence