This herb can be deeply relaxing for the body and the mind. Its soothing qualities make it great for meditation and yogic practices. The lotus is revered in many cultures as being a sacred and holy flower. In Hinduism the lotus flower is considered to hold the highest sacred energy. It represents beauty and non-attachment. From the murky dark mud it rises up bestowing magnificent blossoms. It shows us our experience in human evolution, as it blooms so can we. It’s a metaphor of our reunion with oneness.
People can use this flower for deepening their shamanic, meditation, dreaming or yogic practices
In Egypt there are many hieroglyphics depicting the blue lotus in acts of inebriation, ceremony, and debauchery. In fact, some archaeologists support the theory that the Blue Lily is the ancient Egyptians # 1 entheogen. Some Tibetan monks also use lotus flowers in a extracted paste called “3 Lotus Paste” during specific meditations.
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