Perfume: Blue Lotus

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Egyptian Blue lotus Nymphaea caerulea imparts a sweet, floral scent with a hint of spice - an aroma of water lilies, with notes of honey, vanilla, and a subtle muskiness. The aroma of blue lotus is both uplifting and relaxing at once!

How do we use blue lotus spiritually?

A sacred flower in ancient Egypt, the blue lotus was a sacred flower closely associated with the gods and goddesses. The flower was believed to have spiritual properties that could help people to reach a higher level of consciousness and enlightenment.

Some ancient texts suggest that the blue lotus was used in religious ceremonies to help people to achieve a state of heightened awareness and spiritual transcendence. It was also used in funerary rituals to help the soul of the deceased navigate the afterlife.

In spiritual practice, Blue Lotus is believed to help to open and balance the crown chakra, which is associated with spiritual awareness and connection to higher states of consciousness. Some people use Blue Lotus for meditation, dream work and self-discovery to help them to connect with their inner selves and to understand the meaning of their life.

What ancient Egyptian gods and goddesses were associated with blue lotus?

The most notable association is with the god Nefertem, who was considered to be the god of beauty and fragrance. Nefertem was often depicted holding a blue lotus in his hand, and the flower was believed to be sacred to him. He was also associated with the rising sun, and the blue lotus was thought to symbolize the emergence of the sun from the waters of the underworld.

The goddesses Hathor and Isis were also associated with the blue lotus. Hathor, the goddess of love and beauty, was believed to have the power to bestow youth and rejuvenation. The blue lotus was thought to be her sacred flower, and it was used in rituals to honour her.

Isis, the goddess of motherhood and fertility, was also associated with the blue lotus. The flower was thought to symbolize her role as the mother of the pharaohs and the protectress of the dead.

The blue lotus was also considered to be the flower of the god Ra, the sun god. It was believed that the flower opened when the sun rose and closed when the sunset.

Overall, the blue lotus was seen as a powerful symbol of creation, rebirth, and spiritual transcendence in ancient Egypt, and it was closely associated with several gods and goddesses that were considered to have the power to bestow youth, rejuvenation, and protection.