A ritual for your HEART

Posted by Anna Whiting on

Welcome to a moment dedicated to the healing of your heart. This elixir is crafted to nurture forgiveness, openness, and the restoration of your heart's well-being—a pure manifestation of love, crafted with love, for your beautiful self.

This ritual is sacred, marking both a beginning and an end. Begin by creating a space—whether on the floor, in the bath, or nestled in bed—where you can attune to the whispers of your heart.

Approach this moment as you would a conversation with an old friend. Ask your heart how it feels, and listen with gentle compassion, recognizing the layers of healing woven into our heart's stories.

You may find within your heart the presence of a person, a wound, or a past love. If so, summon the higher self of this individual and speak from your heart, expressing all that needs to be said. As you speak, include the sacred clearing lines of ancient Hawaiian Philosophy: "I am Sorry, I forgive you, Thank you, and I love you." Imagine yourself embodying this person, receiving your own words with grace.

With compassion and clarity, cradle the Shemana Heart Oil in your hands. Infuse it with loving intentions by gently blowing your thoughts into the oil.

Now, anoint your Heart area with this sacred elixir of healing—focus on your breasts, the center of your Heart, around your sternum, and between your ribs. As you massage, visualize new spaces opening within you, inviting in the light of healing and harmony, both within your heart's narratives and your physical being.

Continue the massage, welcoming emotional support into your body and heart. Consciously release any attachments, limitations, cords, or wounds from your body and energetic field, allowing the crystal and flower elixirs to synchronize and activate optimal states of well-being.

Conclude by placing your hands tenderly upon your heart. Inhale love deeply, and with each exhale, surrender even more. Allow your body to relax fully, embracing an awakened receptivity to love.

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