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Be Kind Incense : St. Kevin’s Way : Pushkara

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Hand-rolled incense in small batches to produce the ultimate in luxury, ethically produced using only natural ingredients.

8″ long sticks, 10 sticks per pack, each weighing just over 1 gram with a burn time of around 40 minutes. Approximately 4 hours of burning time in the entire pack.

Be Kind To Your Spirit Guide
St Kevin was the spirit guide of the people when he embraced the journey along St Kevin’s Way to Glendalough where he established the first roots of the new Celtic Christian era. St Kevin devoted himself to the study of sacred scriptures and is a well-celebrated Saint in Wicklow, his most
noted contribution being in the Monastery of Glendalough.

Pushkara
Pushkara incense is beautifully aromatic, taking the flower of the blue lotus and the wildflowers of the Indian forest and combining the two to bring you this intoxicatingly exquisite luxury hand-rolled blend. Pushkara fills your home or space with a beautiful uplifting scent, offering blissful relaxation and aiding your meditative or spiritual journey. Find your inner spirit guide.

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St Kevin’s Way
St Kevin was ordained by Bishop Lugidus, following his ordination he lived like a hermit in a cave in Glendalough, a bronze age tomb now known as St Kevin’s bed. He lived off the land eating the flora and fauna that was available in his surroundings. He travelled barefoot and spent his time in prayer similar to a shaman’s vision quest or monks. It’s interesting how these sacred rituals were practised in all walks of faith and spirituality globally. St Kevin was a harp player; it was his treasured relic. When he wrote his monastic rule it was actually in verse. After 7 years in the cave, St Kevin became the spiritual leader of the people of the area. From that point on St Kevin and his disciples began to build the churches and round towers of Glendalough.

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Weight 50 g

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