Friday, August 12, 2011

Be Here Now

Our current Featured Essence is a new offering from Stars in Jars called Within the Labyrinth, an environmental essence created on sacred land in the mountains of Ben Lomond CA.

On a quiet autumn morning, as a heavy rain fell and thick mists arose among the redwood trees, rainwater was collected, then carefully carried in a silent ritual through a labyrinth to infuse the water with the peaceful vibrations of that unique moment. A profound stillness was experienced during the infusion ritual. Use of this essence will instantly transport you to a place of deep peace.

Invoke the experience of a moving meditation; step across the threshold of a labyrinth leaving ordinary consciousness, transcending space and time. Enter an etheric temple that opens your awareness to wisdom and surrounds you with grace. Allow your mind and body to flow through the ancient shapes of transformation. Turns and pathways take you deeper into sacred silence and inner stillness. Gently follow the spiral toward the center, the heart of your self, the place where true power lies, the place inside that is waiting for your listening and attention. When you are ready, return from this place feeling grounded, clear and connected.

Available in a dropper or spray, Within the Labyrinth is a great formula for enhancing meditations or when you wish to shift your energy to a quiet state of reflection. Anoint the soles of your feet to help find your footing and bring confidence to your steps. Anoint your heart chakra for spiritual alignment and to connect to your inner guidance. The spray may be used to transform any room into a sacred temple where one may meditate, or do ritual. An excellent pairing with our Stone Shields Spray, providing added protection and holding of sacred space.

We've posted a few resources for more on Labyrinths on our new Resources page.

"The quieter you become, the more you can hear."
~ Ram Dass

“If you are facing in the right direction, all you need to do is keep on walking.”
~ Buddhist Proverb

“Does this path have a heart? If it does, then the path is good. If it doesn't then it is of no use."
~ Carlos Castaneda