More and more people are starting to discover the health and mental benefits of having some incense in the house. It’s no longer a thing that you’ll only see in a hippie’s house or that you’d actually have to go out of your way for to find. But what are the best incense scents (seriously, try saying that 5 times in a row) that you can have in the house? They all have some – allegedly – tried and true benefits, and some even attract wealth and abundance into your life! Let’s take a look at some incense scents (no really, do it 5 times) that’ll make your life more plentiful in every sense of the word.
According to science that hasn’t been proven or peer reviewed at all, cinnamon allows your consciousness to operate in the frequency of plenty. I’m not sure how many hertz that is exactly, but if all it takes is lighting up some cinnamon incense, what’s the harm?
A natural scent that helps us with attraction in the broad sense of the term. Whether you want to attract money, love or crippling depression in life – jasmine has your back. If only we’d have known in advance it was this easy, right?
If you’ve ever wondered where Christmas spirit comes from, it’s because the scent of pine makes us feel joyful and excited. Sadly while that could be something that helps us make more money in the long run, it’s usually the scent associated with the time of the year where you have to buy everone gifts.
Strengthening the feeling of cozyness and safety, vanilla helps us feel so at ease in the world that somehow magically, money will come to us naturally. I guess if you feel at ease in a world where people get forced to work two or three jobs to make ends meet, you’ll definitely be able to flourish.
Clove incense will allow you to move past mental barriers and get rid of your money-related fears. Ever got scared of spending all your money on something you don’t need at all and ending up broke? Well, with clove incense, you can now do all that and feel good about it afterwards!
Saffron incense creates an aura of being naturally rich and having money flow toward you, but since it’s literally the most expensive spice on the planet your financial plan might just need the “don’t buy saffron” step instead.