Anna Riva Incense Powders
Attraction Incense is a manifestation and drawing blend to bring new things into your life. Whether it is a new career, a new relationship, money, or good luck, Attraction Incense can help. It is ideal to help you put your intentions into action. It is great if you feel stuck, challenged, or blocked. It has the power to help open new doors and bring new energy into your life. It is the perfect addition to any Attraction/Abundance work. This is a great incense to be used with any work with Saints or Orishas such as Saint Anthony or Elegua. This is a VERY strong blend…a little goes a long, long way! Attraction Incense comes in a 1 3/4oz (49g) Re-closable Jar.
What does Attraction Incense do:
- Draw in success, abundance, and desires.
- Remove blocks and barriers that stand in the way of goals.
- Promote positive and rejuvenated energy to help achieve aspirations.
- Aid in petitioning Goddesses, Gods, Saints, and Deities.
What are the ingredients in Attraction Incense:
This particular blend includes juniper, five finger grass, cinnamon, bergamot, lovage root, frankincense, and a few other potent attraction herbs, oils, and resins.
How to use Attraction Incense:
You can place some along your altar, burn while taking a bath during a new moon, or simply use it as an aid while you visualize yourself attaining your goals. One of the more traditional approaches to attraction blends is to burn some by your front door in order to draw abundance into your life. If you have a mojo bag, place a bit of Attraction Incense in it to help boost its power. If you are seeking new love, burn some in your bedroom or by a photograph of someone you may be interested in. You can even put some in your lingerie drawer. If you like to work with the Saints or any particular God or Goddess, burn some during your prayers or invocations. One old hoodoo technique is to put some in the heel of your shoe. Steep some in hot water and use it as a floor wash.
How to burn Attraction Incense:
Attraction Incense is meant to be burned on charcoal. It is not self-igniting. You will need charcoal discs and a fire-safe container to use, as the charcoal gets very hot! You light your charcoal, set it in the fire-safe container using tongs, and allow it to burn a few minutes until the top turns a greyish color. Only then will it be hot enough to burn your incense. When the charcoal is ready, sprinkle some of the incense on top of it, making sure not to add so much that it suffocates or smothers the charcoal.