Organic & Wild Crafted Essential Oils in Distilled Water and Organic Alcohol
Spirit Waters is a mystical blend infused with the art of vibrational aromatherapy. The potency of this aroma vitalizes with its woody, spicy, herbaceous notes—clarifying as it disperses. This sacred space spray is versatile and may be used for the body, environment, rituals, and ceremonies.
When I receive the inspiration to create an alchemical blend, I call in the spirits of the plants with shamanic rituals that awaken their energetic signatures. Honoring the medicinal wisdom of the plants enhances and enlivens their frequencies. The essences intermingle with our intentions and prayers to build spirit bridges.
Spirit Waters communes with the solar/lunar cycles, sacred elements, and Holy Ones. The blend is inspired by Nuna (soul) and shamanically connected with the Pachamama’s subtle energy body or Seq’e Ñan “sacred pathways.” Our energy and light bodies are interconnected with the Pachamama.
Since ancient times, shamans, curanderos, medicine men and women, have created potions, elixirs, and herbal extracts to communicate with the mama pacha (natural world) and attune with the seen and unseen beings for guidance.
Enter a state of reverence and prayer when you are misting spirit waters for cleansing, clearing, and realigning yourself and your medicine tools. Our artes/khuyas (healer’s altar objects) love to receive this cleansing mist to anoint, and seal their energies after having been used in healing service to others.
Spirit Water’s alchemical medicine respects the tree elders, plants, berries, and herbs, which have been honored in indigenous cultures through ceremony since ancient times. Spirit Water’s plant essences swim in the holy water element, evoking the primordial life force. All the memories from the ancient times are in the waters.
The Pachamama teaches us to be in be in Ayni (reciprocity) with the sacred circle of life. We offer gratitude and respect to the holy element of water when we spray this shamanic blend. Spirit Waters honors the Life-Giver—receive her mist, and let the transformative magic cascade all around you.
White Sage, Salvia apiana, is a healing plant used in Native American and Earth-based cultures since ancient times. It is symbolic of cleanliness and purity. Sage is a stimulant for the nervous system, metabolism, and vital energy centers. It purifies the mind and whole being, and its cleansing qualities are uplifting to our spirit.
Red Cedar, Thuja plicata, comes from the Pacific Northwest and, like sage, it is used for purification. It banishes negative energy and brings in good influences. The spirit of cedar is held as very ancient and wise by the Pacific Northwest tribes. The old, downed cedar trees are always honored with offerings and prayers.
Palo Santo, Bursera graveolens, means ‘Holy Wood.’ It has been used for thousands of years in Ecuador and Peru by shamans, curanderos and healers in their ceremonies. The tree lives for 80 to 90 years. When it dies, it remains in its habitat for 4 to 10 years and then begins its metamorphosis. The alchemical transformation gives birth to Palo Santo’s mystical and medicinal properties. Like sage, juniper, and cedar, it removes negative energy, offers protection, uplifts the spirit, and brings good influences.
Juniper, Juniperus communis is used by indigenous cultures around the world in many ceremonies. It has the power to disperse and cleanse. Since ancient times it has been used for spiritual purification. In many cultures, it is revered and used to create a safe and sacred environment.
Rosemary, Rosmarinus officinalis, was burnt as ritual incense in ancient Egypt. The plant was sacred to the Greeks and Romans. It was offered for protection and good fortune. Rosemary, called the ‘Herb of Remembrance,’ enhances our spiritual devotion and love.
Garden Rue, the ‘Herb of Grace,’ has an herbaceous aroma that connects us with the vitality of the holy element of earth. Rue is a medicinal plant used for centuries to enhance inner vision and give protection during times of the plague. Rue, like cinnamon, warms and soothes the body by melting away energies that don’t serve us.
Cinnamon Bark is a potent, multi-sensory scent. The Egyptians have been using cinnamon since 1500 B.C. The warm glow of cinnamon transcends all space and time, transforming and attuning us with the vibration of its’ spicy heart-warming redolence.
Sacred Space Spray Practice
You may spray around your body or in your environment. Breathe into this moment offering a prayer as you prepare to mist your body and environment for purification and blessings. As we mist, we partake of the plant’s gifts, renewing and transforming ourselves and the earth. Use this spray with the same respect you would when you are smudging with the plants. Spray around your body, then your heart. Closing your eyes, bring the mist up to your face with your hands and take four deep breaths. Reach your hands above your head and bring them down blessing yourself and the Mama Earth.