Chinese Incense Ceremony
Incense is burned to provide pleasant fragrances for rooms and clothing, to communicate with the gods, and to drive out evil spirits.
In China, incense burning is a long established tradition and has many applications.
Incense is burned to provide pleasant fragrances for rooms and clothing, to communicate with the gods, and to drive out evil spirits. Burning incense during I Ching readings is an absolute must, because it creates the right atmosphere in which to receive the divine wisdom or the pure breath of the gods.
You will have an unique chance to broaden your horizon and knowledge about the old ancient Chinese incense culture. You can also witness an authentic and less known introduction into one of China’s oldest preserved traditional customs – the ceremony of burning incense. Immerse yourself into the aromatic fumes of refined fragrances and mentally travel back in time.
During this class, you will learn to do the following ceremony:
Make Zhuan xiang, incense shaped to resemble the meandering lines of sigillary characters, or traditional patterns, could be used to mark time.
Ge Huo Xiang, burning incense without any fire directly.
Price: RMB1600 for up to 2 people
RMB350 per additional person
(Including expert fee, class room space and material cost)
For a group of more than 10 people, please contact us for larger group offer
Program is 2hrs, Meeting Point: Direction's in both Chinese and English will be provided for you to arrive at our starting point. Price includes all tickets admission to all sites listed.
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