Small changes to your living space can help to lift the spirits and put your mind at ease to help with the current uncertain environment. So, take a step back to de-stress by making your home a relaxing retreat.
Creating a happy space
Incense was first used by the Ancient Egyptians for it's subtle aroma and perceived mystical capabilities and continues to be enjoyed in many cultures for meditation and ceremony. Globally we are experiencing difficult times making it more critical than ever to take time to meditate and relax in the home. Creating a happy space is important to allow for emotional healing, making your home a cosy retreat will guarantee you crave the escape it will offer. Cleanse and clear the toxins you’re faced with at home leaving a fresh mind for the coming weeks whether you’re preparing for family bonding or reflective time to yourself.
Skin v's stress
Feeling stuck in a stressful scene can lead to negative impacts on the skin making it more reactive and sensitive. If you can relate to this, you are not alone! Many people find they break out when they are stressed, the on-going cycle is damaging to wellbeing as experiencing skin issues can lead to further stress and anxiety. “It's never too late to look after yourself. You'd be amazed at how quickly your skin and body can rejuvenate given the right environment” ― Jana Elston. This is why a calming space is essential for handling tense phases, take time to meditate to loosen the tension in the mind to boost general health and wellbeing.
Benefits of burning incense sticks
- Encourage the mind to focus and concentrate on health
- Prepares the mind for meditation ready for reflective thinking
- Allowing emotional healing helping to avoid stress
- Boost energy levels and deterring negative feelings of anxiety
“Don't forget that healing takes time. Give yourself the gift of time and patience. The body is a complicated, miraculous system and each body processes change in its own time.” ― Yancy Lael, Soulful Skincare: The ultimate guide to radically transforming your complexion
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