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miuraraina
Hello. I would like to ask how to use incenses? I mean, do i just burn them? Or do i have to do a ritual or say something? Can i burn 2 different incenses at the same time? Where do i put them while burning? Would any container do? And lastly, what do i do with the ashes after? Sorry for so many questions. I'm new and I'm really really interested. Thank you so much.
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wendronwitch
Hi I'm not an expert on this but here's what I do: I always begin my rituals by lighting an incense first because I've been told it protects you from unwanted entities who might interrupt you in your spell work. My favorite incense are incense sticks (although I want to try the cone shaped ones)-Call Money and Myrrh incense. I use a small pot I got from a craft store then I put some sand in it to help the incense sticks stand properly.

As for the disposal, basta tinatapon ko lang siya.  
festina lente ~ make haste slowly
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tataadlaw
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WendronWitch is right. You can begin a ritual by lighting an incense made from herbs that repel unwanted energy. This way you can make sure that you won't be distracted by unfriendly spirits during a ritual. It's not really necessary for you to say something while doing this as long as the intention is there.

You can use also use incense to promote prosperity in your life, to attract a lover, for protection, etc. Just make sure that the incense you use matches your intention.

When burning incense, make sure that you use a fire proof container.

You can light 2 incenses in a ritual. Let's say you light an incense to free yourself from poverty and then you light another incense to attract money. Be creative.

The common types of incense are loose incense (mixed herbs you put on a burning charcoal), incense cones and incense sticks.

You can throw the ashes into a dustbin.

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miuraraina
Thank you so much for the information, wendronwitch and Sir Tata. I've learned a lot.
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