Fragrant Heavens

Time To Change

Growth

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Inspiration

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Contents


  • Aromatic Traditions
  • Energy
  • Essential Oils for Spiritual Connection
  • Fragrant Transition
  • Let There Be Light
  • Multidimensional Bodies
  • Prayers and Meditation
  • Perfumed Angel Wings
  • Purity and Protection
  • Spiritual Profiles
  • Vibrations

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Introduction

 

 

To see a world in a grain of sand, and heaven in a wild flower. Hold infinity in the palm of your hand, And eternity in an hour.

William Blake, 'Auguries of Innocence'.

The omnipresent divine has been put through the prism of human experience, and is expressed in many different ways.Some people focus their ideas of the divine on an original Creator God, and venerate prophets of that God.

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Let There be Light 

 

The scientist's religious feelings take the form of a rapturous amazement at the harmony of natural law, which reveals an intelligence of such superiority that, in comparison with it, the highest intelligence of human beings is an utterly insignificant reflection.

As each day dawns, pure sunlight sparkles in dew drops, shimmering on the grass, and on the leaves and flowers of the world.

Albert Einstein.

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Spiritual Dimensions of Fragrance-The Singing Forest

The trees are the teachers of the law.

Brooke Medicine Eagle

In the 1950s something happened in a North American Forest.

The event was so poignant that it went down in folklore but, because of the 'Chinese 

whispers' effect over the years, there are now two versions. In one, the central

character was a US forest Service employee, and in the other he was a Ph.D.

student conducting research for his thesis on the age of trees in a bristlecone pine forest.

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Plants that Feel and Speak

When we suddenly remember to water our plants, is it because the plants sent us a message across the room-'hey, don't forget about us'? Why shouldn't they talk to us, we talk to them.

People in their high-rise apartment blocks, or in their gardens, say to their plants 'you look lovely today,' or, 'what's up? You're looking a bit off colour', and then fuss around them, administering love and fertilizer - organic, of course. 

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