Water of the Immortal Heart
$27.00 – $66.00
White water lily, organic chamomile, lavender, rose buds, blue lotus, elder flower, hibiscus, and honeysuckle were co-mingled and distilled via copper alembic, along with Mother of Pearl and cape amethyst on the night of the New Moon in Virgo III opposite Neptune, 2020. To this was added colloidal gold and silvers, and a small amount of grain alcohol to preserve. Left to bask on the Immortal Heart altar with prayers for the Divine Mother’s blessing throughout the evening.
Spray to facilitate emotional safe-spaces, setting the stage for therapeutic progress and authentic heartfelt exchanges. Apply to bed linens for improved sleep, instilling a sense of security for all ages. Use on the self or consenting others in need of trauma support, or in the midst of mourning. Promotes embodiment, calm, and an instinct for self-care.
Offered in glass spray bottles with mother of pearl heart and cape amethyst keepsakes, available in your choice of 1/2 oz travel or sample size for $27, or full 2 oz for $66
|Dimensions||.80 × .80 × 2.85 in|
Yes — contains NO animal ingredients
Not primarily astrological in nature. Sunset of September 16th, 2020. Evening of the New Moon in Virgo III, Neptune rising.
the more I get to know this series the more I love and respect it AND HOPE WE GET ANOTHER, perhaps its a good thing to do while our headmaster is in the first most delicate phase of motherhood herself? idk but at some point I hope. I sprayed this all over a friend after rubbing her down with the salve trying to help her digest some grief about a parent who passed last week & very quickly we were both crying, but in a way that felt kind of safe & okay. I didnt get it at first with this series but I think I do now. thankyou
Using this hydrofoil is like entering psychotherapy session. excellent for processing before sleep as well.
It's the only S&S water that I can detect even in the morning after having sprayed on my pillow before sleep. It takes a few moments to remember why I think I have woken in a fresh flower meadow. It is absolutely divine and comforting.
I used this pretty frequently before bed during an extremely stressful and emotional move earlier this year. It helped soften the jagged edges of my thoughts and feelings, allowing me to relax and not carry my stress with me into sleep. Good for getting emotionally un-stuck; creating space for feelings and allowing them to flow more easily. I experienced it as a very gentle and subtle influence. Also... if you (like me) enjoy very cool, floral aromas, then this is heaven in a bottle. The scent is positively DIVINE.
While the IH oil continues to blow me away with its ability to facilitate some big and much-needed cathartic emotional experiences--sometimes you're looking for support without the ugly cry. The IH hydrosol helps me to connect with the Divine Mother and receive her reassuring comfort and support around processing grief, trauma, etc. Profoundly grateful for this series.
This spray is like a warm hug in a bottle for me. It helps initiate immediate and profound emotional release. If I'm feeling clenched up, it instantly relaxes me and lets the pent-up emotion flow through. If I'm already spilling over, it gives me a safe and supportive container, so I don't get overwhelmed. Like a dear friend or mama figure telling you to "let it out." I'm surprised to see some people complaining about the scent, as I found it to be quite mild and pleasant. The effect is aromatherapeutic for me, but the scent also dissipates quite quickly.
I struggle a bit with the scent of this one - it reminds me of the water in a vase after a bouquet has been sitting in it for like a week. Floral, but also a little sickly. For that reason, I'm not keen to apply it to myself. Spraying it on my bedsheets has had no discernible effect. Given that the oil in this series blew my mind wide open the only time I used it, I suspect this water would be a more gentle on-ramp to some important healing, if only I could get over the scent.
I don't know what initially drew me to try Immortal Heart, but it has been an important standby for tough times. If you didn't or don't have a support system with your caregivers or in your life in general, you might consider giving these waters a try especially if life is doling out heavy hits.
For anyone who might be sensitive to floral smells, consider using as a linen spray or spray your pillow and put a fresh pillowcase over it. For what it's worth, the smell grew on me over time.
The scent was not my cup of tea.. until I really needed the support. Suddenly, that water Lily was the most comforting smell in the world. Spray on your sheets when you are in a cocoon of remembrance.
The scent is a little too strongly floral for me to use as a body spray, but I've been doing a light spritz on my shakti mat before working with it and it helps me sink deeper into physical and emotional release.