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Luna Sundara

Luna Sundara

Do you ever get that tight feeling in your chest and maybe a bit of panic due to stress and anxiety? I think most of us are prone to it at one time or another. I myself do everything in my power to combat stress, whether it be through running or meditating, but sometimes nothing seems to help. With deadlines looming ahead, tasks that need to be completed, and goals that need to be reached, it can be hard to rest your mind and let stress go. 

I try to meditate for 10 minutes every day (which sometimes is easier said than done). I their believe meditation is a key ingredient in life. It allows you to ease your thoughts and gain clarity. However, I never thought to use any aid to help in meditation. I am always open to new things, though, which is why I was interested in using Luna Sundara's Palo Santo sticks.

Here is what it says on the box:

Palo Santo is an enchanting tree that grows on coastal areas of South America. It is related to Copal, Myrrh, and Frankincense. Palo Santoafterwardsmeans "Holy Wood". Shamans and healers traditionally burn it for its energetic purification and healing attributes much like sage. When burned it produces an enriching aroma which increases your personal vibration when preparing for meditative therapy and gives you a more profound connection to your being.

To use the Palo Santo sticks you simply must light the end for 20 to 45 seconds before blowing the flame out and walking around wherever you are to spread the smoke. I really love the smell; I'm not a big incense person as it tends to give me a headache, but the Palo Santo is more woody and fills the whole room with a warm, comforting scent. When meditating afterwards, I definitely could feel myself ease into a more relaxed state in which I could easily let go of my stress. 

Check out there website here if you're interested in a natural way to relieve stress.

 

 

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