Incense Sticks & Cones First, we will be using open flame, so be very careful. Prepare before you a glass of water into which you can deposit matches or, if something drastic happens, you can pour over a small fire. Instructions: Light the tip of the incense with a flame (e.g., match or lighter). Stick
There is magick in jellybeans. Well, I call it “magick” as a neat term, but to be specific it’s actually aromatherapy, which you can blend with metaphysical meditation to evoke a certain effect.
Burning resins evokes fragrant smoke, which is used in many cultures to sanctify and bless areas, summon helpful entities or spirits, give tribute and thanks, bring protection from Dark entities, and many other things. Breathing in resin smoke also has physical effects . . . burning resin has many benefits. Here’s how to do it properly.
“Chai” is spiced tea, a traditional drink in India which has made its way around the world. . . .
For our chai today, we will be using Coy o’Teas’ Indian Spiced Chai, a tasteful, balanced blend of deep spice with high notes of lemongrass.
This technique uses two mugs, a microwave, and a filter for the tea.
A great cup of tea starts with a great cup of water. We will not be doing that here, though, this is the quick cup of tea. This technique uses two mugs, a Keurig machine, and a filter for the tea.
As with Method #1, start with a great cup of water. Cool, filtered or spring water is the best. . . .This method uses a strainer and two cups.
A great cup of tea starts with a great cup of water. Cool, filtered or spring water is the best for starters. This technique uses a tea-ball for the tea.