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Fragrance oil and citrines - Aether

Fragrance oil and citrines - Aether

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Fragrance oil and citrines - Aether

The product package combines the power of stones and the symbolism of fragrant oil. This symbolizes the harmonious unification of various elements, forces and meanings that took place in the Ascendo stage. Combine fragrance oil and stones in a ritual container.

In ancient Greek mythology, Aether was the primordial god (protogenos) of light, space and the brightness of the sky. In Hesiod's Birth of the Gods, Aether is the son of Erebus and Nycs and the brother of Hemera. His mother Nyks (personification of night) pulls a dark mist from Erebos across the sky, bringing night below him, while his sister Hemera (day) pulls away the mist to reveal the radiant glow of Aether, bringing day. In Greek mythology, the ether was imagined to be pure essence, the upper air in which the gods lived and breathed. It was thus distinguished from the ordinary air breathed by mortals.

Symbol meaning

The heavenly and luxurious Aether package contains citrines and one optional fragrance oil:

  • Citrine: Citrine is considered a powerful cleanser and revitaliser. Because of its color, it is thought to bring with it the power of the sun, to warm, give energy and awaken creativity. Citrine energizes all levels of life. It is thought to cleanse the body's energy centers, or chakras, and to activate the crown chakra in particular, opening intuition. Citrine promotes inner peace, making room for inner wisdom. When the tip of the citrine crystal points downward, it is said to bring spiritual elevation into the physical world.

Fragrance oil options:

  • Myrrh (Commiphora Myrrha) : Myrrh has been an important substance in both spiritual ceremonies and medicine. It has been part of various rituals, sacrifices and incense. Especially in the crisis tradition, myrrh has a deep symbolic meaning, as it is associated with the birth of Jesus and also with the anointings after his death. Myrrh has been considered a sacred substance in many cultures and has been offered to gods and spiritual forces. Burning it as incense has been a way to honor the gods and create a sacred atmosphere in rituals. Myrrh has also often been used in anointing oils, ceremonies such as coronations or blessings. It represents the blessed anointing and the holy spirit.
  • Frankincense (Boswellia Carterii) : Frankincense has maintained its place in spiritual and ritual use for centuries. It has been a significant substance in many religious and spiritual traditions. It was one of the gifts that the wise men brought to the baby Jesus. Traditionally, frankincense has been used as an incense and sanctifying agent. Burning it as incense symbolizes purification and sanctification. Frankincense has been used in meditation and spiritual work for its calming effects. It helps create a deep and meditative state and can be used to promote spiritual growth and insight. Frankincense has also been offered to gods and higher powers as a sign of gratitude.
  • Hyssop (Hyssopus Officinalis) : Hyssop has been revered in many religious and spiritual traditions. It is often associated with holiness, power, purification and healing. In the Old Testament, the blood of a lamb smeared on a doorpost with hyssop protected the people of Israel from the angel of destruction. In this origin story of the Jewish Pesach (Easter) holiday, Joseph played a significant role. Historically, hyssop has been used as a cleansing herb both physically and symbolically. It was believed to bring sanctity to the premises.

Ritual use

Here is a simple instruction, but you can also create your own ritual:

  • Prepare the stones: clean the stones under running water and, if desired, also with incense smoke. Cleansing helps to remove previous energies.
  • To add the oil: put a few drops of the fragrance oil of your choice into a small bowl or ritual vessel.
  • Working with stones: take the stones in your hand and focus on why you are using these particular stones and fragrance oil. Think in your mind or say your intention out loud. Focus on the thought until you feel the feeling rising up in you.
  • Applying the oil: roll the stones in scented oil (note, scented oils are strong, so use a ritual spoon or other aid when rolling).
  • Download: Imagine how the fragrance oil merges with the energy of the stones. At the same time, focus on the union of two different elements and how it symbolizes your own development and achieved integration.
  • How to use: leave the stones in a ritual container to scent the altar or a place of your choice, giving the stones time to absorb the oil. This symbolizes the time needed to master new abilities and resources.

Another use: a few drops of fragrance oil can be added to a small ritual vessel with hot water. This gives a scent to the environment, for example during a ritual.

    Product description

    Contents:

    Drum-ground citrine stones: 50g
    Essential oil options: 10ml

    • Myrrh (Commiphora Myrrha), origin Somalia, made from resin by distillation
    • Frankincense (Boswellia Carterii), origin Oman, made from resin in a still
    • Hyssop (Hyssopus Officinalis), origin Croatia, made from leaves and flowers by distillation

    Use the fragrance oil within 6 months of opening.

    Note! For ritual use . Some stones may change color due to oil. However, this is an appropriate "association" in ritual use. Avoid skin contact when handling fragrance oils. Avoid getting oils on delicate surfaces. Recommended for use only in oil-resistant dishes. Store at room temperature and protected from light. For external use only. Do not use the product if you are allergic to any of its ingredients. Keep out of reach of children and pets.

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