Every now and then, a book comes along that answers questions you didn’t even know you had. Sacred Oils is such a book.
I wasn’t looking for a book on essential oils, and yet it made itself known to me back in January, and I am SO glad it did! It has opened up the mystical world of multidimensional healing to me in quite an unexpected way, and I hope it does this for you too.
The use of Sacred Oils dates back to ancient Egypt and beyond, and they are used to open up dimensions within us for deep soul healing. They are often used to help people cross over at the end of life. Women who are trained in this work are called Myrrhophores, and the most famous one is Mary Magdalene.
In this week’s episode, we will explore all of these topics and more! And I am excited to share that next week I am interviewing the author, Felicity Warner!
Watch the Full Video Episode:
“Although nearly all oils have some therapeutic value, only those that resonate energetically with the spirit and soul are deemed sacred.” – Felicity Warner
1) The only thing that aromatherapy and sacred oils have in common is that they use essential oils! Sacred oils are not used for their aromatic properties, but for their spiritual and esoteric qualities.
2) Myrrhophores are priestesses that are skilled in helping people who are approaching death; they also gave healing when necessary. The most famous myrrhophore is Mary Magdalene.
3) In the past, this wisdom was passed down in a secret oral tradition, but the oils themselves have asked for this knowledge to be made available now. They want to help us in this time of great transition
Click here to purchase Sacred Oils by Felicity Warner
To learn more about Felicity’s online courses click here
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