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Mahila Oil Parfum

I’m not Indian, nor am I Hindu, but my parents lived in Kolkata in the sixties, and I was conceived there. I have a deep love and appreciation for Indian culture; a passion that has underscored much of my personal ecology for most of my life. Mahila parfum was created as a dedication to the great Hindu Goddess, Durga. Durga is revered and worshiped throughout the world for an infinite number of reasons, yet principally she is seen as the Creatrix; mother of the universe and a fierce warrior woman who battles evil and demonic forces. Durga is protector of peace, prosperity and the dharma of the good.

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Mahila (one of several Hindi words for woman) is a garden-of-pleasures scent – an emollient nectar for Tantric goddesses – a sensual elixir of gentle power, compassion, beauty, tenderness, independence, love, femininity and joyful strength.
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Notes include pink grapefruit, Italian tangerine, bitter orange, cardamon, frangipani absolute, rose Damascena, champaca, ambrette seed, ylang ylang, vetiver, frankincense, Mysore sandalwood, patchouli, vanilla absolute, tobacco, amber accord, Atlas cedarwood and Indian oud. Fragrant ingredients are blended in jojoba, Moringa seed and fractionated coconut oil. 
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TRNP GaiaPlanetary and Personal purpose:- Energetically, Mahila perfume repairs the sacred umbilical connection from mothers to daughters via an etheric cord that stretches back through generations to our genetic origins.
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It facilitates pure energy and love to flow in both directions, allowing us to access the survival and fertility codes of our foremothers and to transmit evolutionary resolutions back to those that experienced suffering, pain and loss, providing evidence of the ancestral contributions made by each woman who bore life in order for us to exist.
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This fragrance may be used in healing meditation. Apply to the navel and belly, the hands and feet. Sit in a comfortable position and focus on the breath. Now imagine a cord of light that connects you from your navel to your mother, to her mother, and back through every generation of women from whom you have descended.
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A powerful healing mantra to use in this meditation (verbally or silently):-
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Mother I see you
Mother I thank you
Mother I forgive you
Mother please forgive me
Mother I Bless you
Mother I release the past with love and forgiveness for all of it.
 .
This mantra acknowledges many aspects of the complexities of relationships between mothers and daughters. It is helpful not to judge the mantra on surface reading, simply to recognise that the mantra serves to bring light and love to all of the relationships that dwell in the records of our DNA, our inherited tribal histories handed down from the women that went before.
 .
Very powerful tool in clearing patterns of emotional trauma associated with sexual violence, issues of (in)fertility, moral judgement, anger, shame and sorrow.
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Image: Gaia. pen on paper TR©2005
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Product Description

I’m not Indian, nor am I Hindu, but my parents lived in Kolkata in the sixties, and I was conceived there. I have a deep love and appreciation for Indian culture; a passion that has underscored much of my personal ecology for most of my life. Mahila parfum was created as a dedication to the great Hindu Goddess, Durga. Durga is revered and worshiped throughout the world for an infinite number of reasons, yet principally she is seen as the Creatrix; mother of the universe and a fierce warrior woman who battles evil and demonic forces. Durga is protector of peace, prosperity and the dharma of the good.

dhafua
Mahila (one of several Hindi words for woman) is a garden-of-pleasures scent – an emollient nectar for Tantric goddesses – a sensual elixir of gentle power, compassion, beauty, tenderness, independence, love, femininity and joyful strength.
dhafua
Notes include pink grapefruit, Italian tangerine, bitter orange, cardamon, frangipani absolute, rose Damascena, champaca, ambrette seed, ylang ylang, vetiver, frankincense, Mysore sandalwood, patchouli, vanilla absolute, tobacco, amber accord, Atlas cedarwood and Indian oud. Fragrant ingredients are blended in jojoba, Moringa seed and fractionated coconut oil. 
dhafu
dhafua
 dhafua
dhafua
TRNP GaiaPlanetary and Personal purpose:- Energetically, Mahila perfume repairs the sacred umbilical connection from mothers to daughters via an etheric cord that stretches back through generations to our genetic origins.
 .
It facilitates pure energy and love to flow in both directions, allowing us to access the survival and fertility codes of our foremothers and to transmit evolutionary resolutions back to those that experienced suffering, pain and loss, providing evidence of the ancestral contributions made by each woman who bore life in order for us to exist.
 .
This fragrance may be used in healing meditation. Apply to the navel and belly, the hands and feet. Sit in a comfortable position and focus on the breath. Now imagine a cord of light that connects you from your navel to your mother, to her mother, and back through every generation of women from whom you have descended.
 .
 .
A powerful healing mantra to use in this meditation (verbally or silently):-
.
Mother I see you
Mother I thank you
Mother I forgive you
Mother please forgive me
Mother I Bless you
Mother I release the past with love and forgiveness for all of it.
 .
This mantra acknowledges many aspects of the complexities of relationships between mothers and daughters. It is helpful not to judge the mantra on surface reading, simply to recognise that the mantra serves to bring light and love to all of the relationships that dwell in the records of our DNA, our inherited tribal histories handed down from the women that went before.
 .
Very powerful tool in clearing patterns of emotional trauma associated with sexual violence, issues of (in)fertility, moral judgement, anger, shame and sorrow.
 .
Image: Gaia. pen on paper TR©2005
 .