A deeply nourishing sensual and sakred blend of warming oils, intoxicating aroma’s & delights for all the senses. Use for sakred self-care massage, special moments with your beloveds, moon rituals & inspired rites of passage.
“Waking, sleeping, dreaming, know you as light”
Ingredients: Tumeric Infused Organic Untoasted Sesame Oil, Cardamom & Fennel infused Organic Coconut Oil, Organic Jojoba Oil, Essential Oils of Organic Bulgarian Rose Absolute, Organic Tumeric, Organic Cardamom Seed and Vitamin E
Shakta Devi Tantrika Herbal Massage Oil
“Attention between eyebrows, let mind be before thought. Let form fill with breath essence to the top of the head and there shower as light.”
Devi the feminine divine in Shakta Hinduism represents The Goddess in all her forms, Sensualist, Creatrix, Mother, Devourer, Muse, Shape Shifter and Edge Walker. The divine feminine aspect in all guises experience the senses on many levels, Tantrika Devi touches us with her divine feminine presence for healing, balance, sensual and sakred touch.
The Shakta’s are a sect of Hinduism that worship The Great Mother Goddess, Sovereignty as a Womyn and The Principles of Feminine Divinity. Merging with the Divine Essence The Tantrika practices meditation that centers around the wisdom of the body, a deep knowing of sakred self and sakred others to find divine union in between. Through Empowerment and Liberation, the Tantrika guides a path infused with the holy heart, the seat of the opening corolla of a Lotus and the divine realms of matter and spirit becoming one.
Inside Fold 2: Devi, Uma, Parvati, Ambika, Kali, Durga, Shitala, and Lakshmi are all worshipped by The Shakta’s. Shakta Hinduism is often characterized by the attempts to attain & make manifest the powers of Shakti within their own bodies. In some forms of Shakta thought and practice, it is held that Shakti dwells within the human body as a sleeping, coiled serpent that must be awakened in order to attain enlightenment. In order to arouse Shakti, these complex rituals awaken the serpent, which then moves up through the body and unites with her lover Shiva, at which point the Shakta practitioner enters an ecstatic-mystical trance and the body is flooded with intense pleasure. These forms of Shaktism are the way of the Tantrika to attain divine union, oneness with the self and another.
O Shiva, what is your reality?
What is this wonder-filled universe?
What constitutes seed?
Who centers the universal wheel?
What is this life beyond form pervading forms?
How may we enter it fully, above space and time, names and descriptions?
Let my doubts be cleared!?
Blessed One, as senses are absorbed in the heart, reach the center of the lotus.