COLOUR: Pale Orange
This quintessence encourages compassion and release of the past. Invoking compassion allows us to understand, accept and appreciate our past experiences, which may allow us to feel a deep peace. Like the pearl that is born of the suffering of the oyster, it may help us to find a gift that our past experiences of suffering or shock have created. It can mitigate shock or disappointment resulting from past situations where we have not been recognized for the value of our efforts. Lao Tsu and Kwan Yin may be helpful in relieving shocks associated with sexuality.
HOW TO USE: Place 3 drops on your left wrist and gently rub the wrists together. Reach up above your head, offering the energies to the world, and then pass the hands through the aura crossing the wrists over each energy centre, folding the energies around you. Pause for a few moments over the heart centre before continuing on, eventually offering the energies to the earth. Bring the hands back up in a backward spiral motion until you extend them above your head again, offering them to the world. Finally bring the palms together at the forehead and inhale three times deeply from between the wrists. Use as often as you wish.
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