The producer explained his process to me…equal amounts of pure Jojoba oil, and fresh Blue Lotus blossoms.
Seal, cover, allow to stand overnight. Drain off the jojoba, discarding the spent blossom, and add freshly picked blossoms to the Jojoba. Continue this process for 25 days. At the end of this period one is left with the most marvelously, sweet scented Blue Lotus infusion. Skin safe for use as a sacred anointing oil, or a perfume.
Light and delicate in aroma, not as floral as the more common Pink or White Lotus blossoms. but its effect on the spirit is amazing.
A “must have” for anyone working with the chakras, doing energy work, or using the oils as a part of their spiritual journey.
One of our busy bees felt as though a tube of clear blue light and love was opened inside her, knowing that she was directly connected to a spiritual being. “I felt calm, peaceful and centered, but most important, connected and loved. A spiritual experience not to be missed.” She speaks of feeling her third eye gently spiraling open. Others say that Blue Lotus is associated with the fifth chakra. The Blue Lotus is said to be the flower of self potential and self-actualization.
I don’t feel this oil the way some others have, but when I play with it I envision a clear stream, laughing its way over stones…with flower petals floating on the surface. A peaceful and safe scene, but lighthearted and joyful.
Perfume writer Victoria, of Bois de Jasmine, writes:
Blue Lotus strikes me as having a very unique quality—translucence paired with tenacity. I find that it starts out with a slightly pungent crisp note (not unlike White Lotus in some ways, which actually reminds me of autumnal leaves), however immediately crispness melds into transparency underscored by a subtle floral note and perhaps a touch of verdant foliage.