DREAM POTION Pillow Spray 30ml. Inspired by the Greek Sleep Temples of antiquity and dream herbal remedies recorded in the Greek magical papyri.
This DREAM POTION is a blend of relaxing and memory enhancing essential oils such as Frankincense, Rosemary and Chamomile with a rosewater base and the blessings of the Greek goddess and personification of memory #Mnemosyne and the Greek dream healer God #Asklepios .
Use this spray in a dream incubation practice. The olfactory senses can be powerful tools for developing awareness in a dream.
My tip for using this spray is to use it before sleep to add a new sensory layer to your environment as you begin your dream preparation.
Firstly write down everything that has happened during the day. Starting from the present time and working backwards. Try to see the events and symbols you have encountered in your recent waking life with the same sort of critical enquiry that you might use if you were analysing a dream.
As you write it down, try to visualise the scenes and events as vividly as is possible. Visualisation is the practice that nourishes your dream worlds.
Focus your attention upon the fragrance of the oils and write down your desired dream outcome or a request for greater insight into a particular problem or situation. Sit with this intention in a meditative state for at least 5 minutes.
SPRAY the DREAM POTION on to your pillow, lie down to sleep on your back and remind yourself that you are about to enter the dream state, try to remain sleeping on your back for as long as possible.
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ITALIAN TRANSLATION IN THE FIRST COMMENT.
POLYMNIA - Polymnia is the muse that presides over orchestation, pantomime and dance associated with sacred and heroic singing.
In particular pantomime was a show entrusted to the mimic action of an actor accompanied by music. The Greeks called it Italic dance.
In Rome it was introduced in the imperial age and consisted of a dance with orchestra and choir, on subjects both comic and tragic or similar to the satirical drama.
Polymnia is represented as a young woman with a devout appearance, wrapped in veil and cloak, with her head encircled by a crown of pearls.
According to some versions Polymnia is credited with the invention of the lyre. Plato, in the Symposium, quotes a legend and makes a reference to two Muses, Urania (which I will cover later) and Polymnia: "The love of these men must be well defended and we must therefore turn to the beautiful Eros, Eros uranium , that of the Musa Urania. The other is that of Polymnia, Eros
Pandemio, which must be given with caution to those who offer it, so as to take pleasure without it
overdoing it; it is like in our art, medicine, which must know how to measure the taste for good food, because you learn to enjoy it without getting sick ".
ITALIAN TRANSLATION IN THE FIRST COMMENT. ====================
ERATO - «Come on, stay close to me, Erato, and sing me how
Jason brought the fleece to Iolco from those distant lands
thanks to the love of Medea. You too have had lots
the dominion of Cypride and the young virgins incend the anxiety,
you also have a name that contains love inside it ".
(Apollonius Rodio, The Argonautics, third book). Erato lived with the other Muses on Mount Helicon, and is the protector of lyric poetry, choral singing and erotic poetry. As a muse of love, Erato is portrayed in traditional iconography as a goddess with a lyre and wearing a crown of myrtles and roses (sacred to Aphrodite, goddess of love). In fact, its name derives from Eros and means the lovable one. In the many paintings in which she is depicted she often has a little Amorino beside her.
The lyre player, then poet and singer, Tamiri, and Cleomene, were born from the muse of the love. In addition, another mythological strand tells from the union of the Muse of love and Arcade, which gave its name to the land of Arcadia, Azan was born.