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Perfume as spiritual medicine – Five questions to help personal development 2.

"Do you want to be the best version of yourself? Are you willing to dive deep into self-examination and determine where your excesses and shortcomings lie? Are you open to asking for help to be more aware, in tune, and love with life? The best teacher for this task is found literally under your nose."

"When we make natural perfume, we will receive their wisdom revealed in the scents. All we have to do is listen. Aromancy is an attempt to gain insight into a question or situation by way of Aroma. Aroma, in this case, comes from the plant's spirit. The discovery is often accidental, and it changes the course of life of who is involved. The method of Aromancy is a tool for personal development. It offers a learning opportunity to use essential oils according to Yin & Yang, Five Elements and other Oriental Medicine (Taoist) concepts."

Bowen Wei, Master of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine from Japan, sent us another article on Perfume as Spiritual Medicine – Five Questions to help Personal Development, and he gives an overview of the formulation process and invites aromatherapists, natural perfumers, physical therapists, and emotional and spiritual counsellors to extend their work in the field of scents. It is our great honour to have so much wisdom of many lifetimes from Bowen Wei through his series of articles in Aromatika. Bowen travels seasonally and available to conduct his workshops worldwide.

For now, find your answers with some classic aromatherapy essential oils, as well as more rare and specialised plants and essences such as Blue lotus (Nymphaea caerulea), Osmanthus (Osmanthus fragrans), Buchu (Agathosma crenulata) and Shiso (Parilla frutescens). The SUMMER issue of AROMATIKA Magazine (9.2.) is available for download from our shop.

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