Blue Lotus Oil
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Also known as Egyptian Lotus, Blue Lotus was traditionally used in aromatherapy by many ancient cultures as a sacred aphrodisiac to promote feelings of well-being, tranquility, euphoria, sexual desire, and ecstasy. It was considered an efficacious antispasmodic that increases circulation and produces a “divine” feeling of calm. The Blue Lotus was revered in Ancient Egypt as both a sacrament and an aromatic boon, symbolizing fertility, purity, sexuality, rebirth, and the rising sun in art, cultural ceremonies, and astrology. Recent studies have found Blue Lotus to be mildly psycho-active with relaxing sedative effects that recall the fabled food of the lotus-eaters in ancient Homeric Greek myth.
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Ancient Indian mythology’s blue deity Krishna, the Supreme Person, is strongly associated with the Blue Lotus, having a cheerful, lotus-like countenance with ruddy eyes like the interior of a lotus and a swarthy body like the petals of a blue lotus; he holds a lotus in one of his four hands. In Buddhist teaching, the Blue Lotus, is a symbol of the victory of the spirit over the senses, and the preferred flower of Manjushri, the bodhisattva of wisdom. The life-cycle of the lotus represents the soul’s progress from the mud of materialism, through the waters of experience, and into the sunshine of enlightenment.
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