Sacred Ceremony Ritual Bathing Oil


Created to enhance water based meditative and introspective practices, these sacred plant allies are used internationally for sacred ceremonies. Ritual bathing was a form of purification and cleansing. Baptism is a spiritual rebirthing ceremony, cleansing the Christian of Original Sin. Muslims bathed 5 times a day to ceremonially cleanse impurities. The Hindus bathed in the Ganges believing it was holy. Many traditions added essential oils to the ritual bath water believing that the oils added a more sacred aspect to the ritual, especially if there was a spiritual transformation happening.

The Blue Lotus in Buddhism is the symbol of the victory of the spirit over the senses, of intelligence and wisdom, of knowledge. It is generally represented as a partially opened bud, whose center is unseen, the embodiment of the “perfection of wisdom”. The Lotus flower is regarded in many different cultures, especially in eastern religions, as a symbol of purity, enlightenment, self-regeneration and rebirth. Its characteristics are a perfect analogy for the human condition: even when its roots are in the dirtiest waters, the Lotus produces the most beautiful flower. And it has rightfully earned its place in the history books as one of the most wonderful and significant flowers we have access to. The blue lotus provides a mild sense of tranquility and euphoria, along with an altered sense of awareness. Blue lotus is used for its ability to enhance meditative and introspective practices. Some also report a pleasant feeling of warmth around the head and upper body and a dream like feeling, as if life itself were a waking dream.

Sweet Gale (Bog Myrtle, Myrica Gale) is a rare herb that has a long history of use as a culinary spice due to its natural sweet, succulent aroma. This powerful plant ally  is especially useful for sacred ceremonies, Shamanic journey work, meditation, deep relaxation and lucid dreaming. Some believed bog myrtle to have magical properties and it is said to have been a constituent of a drink concocted by Norse warriors to make them fearless and fearsome in battle. They became known as the Berserkers and were said to fight in an uncontrollable trance-like fury. These Úlfhéðnar were known as Odin’s own warriors.

With sacred essential oils used to bring one into a deeper spiritual state and a purer, more balanced state of being. Cedarwood increases connection to Spirit, clearing unwanted psychic influences so clarity of thought and wisdom can be gleaned. Vetiver lifts the senses to loftier realms, increasing inspiration, faith and inner strength, promoting deep stillness and connection to Spirit. Neroli opens the heart to the joys and delights of life,  transforms negative emotions and assists in upliftment and self-actualization. Sandalwood, profoundly sacred in India deepens connection to Spirit, opens the mind to inspiration and new ideas, whilst promoting a deep sense of relaxation and inward attention. Lavender activates the crown and heart chakra, clears negative energies and promotes a deep sense of contemplative calm and peace. Myrrh facilitates deep meditation by opening the third eye chakra to inner awareness and guidance. Cypress enhances meditation, clears the mental and astral bodies and uplifts the spirit.

Try this ancient sacrament for its relaxing effect on body and mind, without causing fogginess or drowsiness. Add 1 dropper full to warm bath water prior to meditation, sleep, or deep soul work, Shamanic ceremony/journeying and ritual. This can also be used to anoint the third eye, sacred objects and altars.

50ml amber glass apothecary dropper bottle.

With wildcrafted and sustainably sourced ingredients.

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Blue lotus flower, sweet gale leaf, red turkey oil, essential oils of vetiver, cedarwood, neroli, sandalwood, lavender, myrrh, cypress.


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