The word “incense” comes from Latin for incendere meaning “to burn”.
The ancient Egyptians used combustible bouquets for both their pragmatic and mystical capacities. Ancient Babylonians, Greeks and Romans used incense while offering prayers to divining oracles, and evidence of the use of incense burners have been found from the Indus civilization (3,300–1,300 BCE) were sarsaparilla seeds, frankincense and cypress were used.
During this informative workshop you will learn:
:: The history of the use of incense
:: Types of incense and their uses (eg meditation, healing and space clearing etc)
:: Ritual and Ceremony
:: Making blended incense
:: Create your own individual incense to take away with you
Things to bring to the workshop:
:: If you have a stone mortar and pestle which you would like to use (otherwise provided)
:: Pen and paper
There will be a selection of ready made incenses as well as additional ingredients available for purchase on the day.
PLEASE NOTE: If you are sensitive to certain scents then this may not be an appropriate workshop for you.
Date: Sunday, 31 May 2020 (11am to 3pm – although may go longer)
Venue: Isian Centre of Metaphysics (Parafield Gardens)
Investment: $80.00 (includes all ingredient and notes)
Direct payment via Bank Transfer
Account Name: Frances Billinghurst
Account Number: 03146790
Please put your name for reference.
Strictly limited number of positions available.
Payment must be received prior to 20 April 2020 to secure your spot.