By Spirit Element
Tarot is like a roadmap to deep spiritual exploration. It can take you on countless adventures, through dark and mystery emotional caves, and bring you to the light and heart of your true soul. When used correctly, tarot can open you up to a world of spiritual growth, success, and expansion and who doesn’t want all of that?
Temperance is all about balance, keeping calm, and going with the flow. It also represents duality; as above, so below. There is a balance to everything in the universe, both in the seen and unseen worlds. Temperance energy helps one to connect with spiritual energy and to bring that energy forth in the material world; effectively connecting the two.
It features a multi-note blend of orange blossom, bergamot, frankincense, and vanilla to help you find peace, patience and harmony. Working with this oil can help you connect with your spirit guides and to feel better prepared to accept whatever the universe throws at you.
Temperance in tarot
Temperance in a reading is a call to bring the higher self and the material self together as one. Both are needed to be successful in this lifetime. They are not meant to work against each other but to co-exist in harmony. The higher self tells you who you are and what you need while the ego takes those desires and puts them into action. The more you bring these two together, the easier following your path will become.
Frankincense - This oil helps one to maintain balance to find moderation which is the temperance calling card. Frankincense encourages justice, healing, and establishing a sacred space where one can find harmony and renewal.
Neroli - Also known as orange blossom, neroli supports one in finding truth and peace. It helps one to accept who they are while working towards your desires.
Bergamot - Lavender is usually a fan favorite for peace but bergamot is also an excellent and underused choice. It encourages control, strength, adaptability, and happiness. It also helps to release negative and toxic emotions that stand in the way of finding peace.
How to Use: For the most long-lasting scent, apply to delicate, sensual areas of the body such as the wrists, behind knees, the collarbone, breasts and behind the ears.
For extra fun, collect all of the Tarot inspired perfumes and use them as daily tarot cards. Just toss them into a bag and pull out a roller at random. Be sure to look up the meaning of your daily perfume either here, or in your favorite tarot book.
10 mL glass bottle.
Contains a blend of 100% essential oils, plant essences/extracts, and natural fragrances blended with a base of fractionated coconut, grape seed, and vitamin E oils. Alcohol-Free.