Festival of 8 Celtic Holidays Aroma Space – Combo Pack

$96.00

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Celtic Festival Aroma Space – Celebrate the eight pagan holidays with these scents!

8- Aroma Space Oils 5 ml. Include
1- Summer Solstice
1- Lughnasadh
1- Autumn Equinox
1- Samhain
1- Winter Solstice
1- Imbolc
1- Spring Equinox
1- Beltane
Our range of Festival Space Aromas is created to honor the eight great Celtic Festivals, the quarter and cross-quarter days, that mark the seasons and the cyclical passage of time. Celebrating the seasonal festivals may harmonize the soul with the rhythms of nature.
MAGICAL INFUSIONS
Our Lunar prepared Magical infusions contain herbs, flowers, resins, barks and magical tokens collected at sacred sites from all over the world. They are prepared in accordance with the cycles of the sun and moon. The symbols assigned to each type of oil indicate the ethereal nature of the Magical infusions added to the respective blends and thus provide a reference to their special qualities.
VAPORIZER
Star Child Space Aromas are ideally suited for use with an oil burner or vaporizer. Diffuse their magical fragrances as an aromatic aid for meditation and healing practices, ceremonial or ritual purposes, or simply to create a special ambiance with these beautiful aromas.
SPIRITUAL CLEANSING
Energies can be very clingy and instead of flowing freely, clog up the spiritual pathways. Spiritual cleansing and purification rituals are needed to unblock and get rid of unwanted energies, whether it’s a bad vibe polluting the atmosphere or stagnant emotions that we can’t let go of and thus prevent us from moving on. Space Aromas can be added to the cleansing water used in such purification rituals.
ANOINTMENT
Anointing oils are used to prepare the practitioner and tools for ritual work. The scented oil acts as a layer of protection, purifies the heart and focuses the mind on the task in hand. To create a scented anointing oil dilute about 5 drops of Space Aroma in a tablespoon of base oil.
SUMMER SOLSTICE
21ST JUNE
At the Summer Solstice the sun has reached its climax. It is the longest day of the year. At its most glorious peak the Sun God sacrifices his power and bestows his solar seed upon the earth womb. On this glorious day we celebrate his fertilizing power, even though from now on it will be waning. The Summer Solstice is the midpoint of the year. But just as yang contains the seed of yin, the peak of the sun power marks his demise – yet, his selfless sacrifice gives life to all.
Summer Solstice is a time to celebrate the creative power of the sun. It is a time to reflect on both, the process of becoming and the process of death. The king is dead, long live the king.
FIRE ~ Action, will-power, creativity, insight, initiative, courage, drive, enthusiasm.
LUGHNASADH
1ST AUGUST
The corn is ripening and swaying heavy with seed. It is a season of plenty. The promise of spring is coming to fruition. The dying sun has spent his power and burns off the last of his energy in the blazing heat of summer. Its power has gone into the ripening fruit and grains. Lughnasadh is the feast of the corn harvest. Like the Sun-God, the grain must die – a life-giving sacrifice that sustains us through the coming dark season. This year’s seed will become next year’s crop and so the cycle continues for another round.
Lughnasadh is the last of the summer’s feasts; the wheel is inevitably turning towards the dark half of the year. It is a time to reflect on the creative power of manifestation and the divine spark within.
FIRE ~ Action, will-power, creativity, insight, initiative, courage, drive, enthusiasm.
WATER ~ Feeling, sensitivity, psychic powers, receptivity, imagination, emotion, nurture, wisdom, love.
AUTUMN EQUINOX
23RD SEPTEMBER
Gone are the lazy summer days. Autumn is knocking on the door. With a last burst of exuberance, the sun paints the leaves for a festive display before its final decline. It is a time to get busy – bringing in the last of the harvest and preserving it for the lean times to come. Now is the time of reckoning – for we shall reap as we sowed. For the moment there is plenty, a cornucopia of fruit to be grateful for and to celebrate with a harvest feast – but will it last through the dark half of the year’ Today is a day of equilibrium – night and day hold their balance – but tomorrow the dark forces are beginning to win the upper hand.
Autumn Equinox is a time to celebrate the harvest and the abundant gifts of the earth. It is a time to reflect and be grateful for that which nourishes and sustains us.
WATER ~ Feeling, sensitivity, psychic powers, receptivity, imagination, emotion, nurture, wisdom, love.
SAMHAIN
31 October
The leaves are falling, and the life force is in obvious retreat. Nature is preparing for its winter sleep. The Sun God is dead, and the Flower Goddess is mourning. But in the hidden depth of the underworld death works its alchemy of transformation. Imperceptibly it decomposes and regenerates so that the litter of leaves and debris become the fertile ground that will nourish next year’s growth. The veils between the worlds are thin at this time of the year and life and death are but opposite poles of the same continuously regenerating life-force.
Samhain is a time to honor the dead and to contemplate the mysteries of life, death and regeneration. It is a time to turn inwards and, in the depth, and silence of our souls we confront our shadows and our own mortality.
WATER ~ Feeling, sensitivity, psychic powers, receptivity, imagination, emotion, nurture, wisdom, love.
EARTH ~ Practicality, five senses, material world, sensuality, manifestation, prosperity, grounding.
WINTER SOLSTICE
21ST DECEMBER
It is the depth of winter. The ground is frozen, and nature is sleeping under a thick blanket of snow. But deep within the earth womb life is stirring – the sun is reborn. At the Winter Solstice, when we have reached the longest night the flame of hope is born and carries us through the rest of the winter. For the time being, there are few signs that life will return, but over the next few weeks the light we steadily increase. For now, it is a time to celebrate and dip into the larder’s reserves to celebrate the birth of the baby sun.
Winter Solstice is a time to share your resources with friends and family and, inspired by hope, make plans for the future. It is a time to select the seeds and ideas we want to plant and grow in the coming season.
EARTH ~ Practicality, five senses, material world, sensuality, manifestation, prosperity, grounding.
IMBOLC
1ST FEBRUARY
The ice is melting, and the ground turns muddy and soft. The water cleanses and prepares the earth womb to become fertile once again. In the hidden depth of the earth hitherto dormant seeds are beginning to germinate and life is stirring. The Sun Child is gathering strength, the days age getting longer and light and warmth are beginning to return. Almost imperceptibly the earth is quickening, and the buds are beginning to swell.
Imbolc is a time of fasting and cleansing. The larder is getting sparser. It is time to clean out and get rid of old stuff in preparation of next season’s growth.
EARTH ~ Practicality, five senses, material world, sensuality, manifestation, prosperity, grounding.
AIR ~ Ideas, concepts, thought, knowledge, mental powers, logos, reason, visualization, understanding.
SPRING EQUINOX
21ST MARCH
The sap is rising, and the buds are swollen, ready to burst. Nature stirs from her Winter’s slumber – the first teasing rays of the Sun tickle her awake. The birds are returning and are singing the song of the rising sun. Still timid, yet determined, the first flowers are poking their heads out above the ground – so tender, so fragile, so infinitely brave and strong. The young Sun God and the Maiden Goddess frolic playfully in the fields, innocent, yet full of anticipation of their growing power and fertility.
Spring Equinox is a time to celebrate, with wild abandon, the beauty and power of youth, the rebirth of life and the hope and potential of the coming season.
AIR ~ Ideas, concepts, thought, knowledge, mental powers, logos, reason, visualization, understanding.
BELTANE
1ST MAY
Fresh growth covers the ground, juicy and lush. The air is abuzz with busy bees and the earth is decked out in her prettiest flower dress – it’s the wedding day of the Goddess and the young Sun God. Fully grown and fertile they join in loving union. Nature is celebrating with them and everywhere, love is in the air. The fires of Bel are lit, and people join the wedding feast of the May king and Queen, jumping the fires to purify their souls and showing the corn how high to grow.
Beltane is a time to celebrate love and life and the marvelous miracle of fertility. It is a time of divine ecstasy – full of potential yet to take shape.
AIR ~ Ideas, concepts, thought, knowledge, mental powers, logos, reason, visualization, understanding.
FIRE ~ Action, will-power, creativity, insight, initiative, courage, drive, enthusiasm.
 

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Weight 10 oz

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