First Light Flower Essences of New Zealand® No 141 Gossamer Grass is one of the eight sacred mountain grass master teacher plant essences in the First Light Flower Essences of New Zealand® Sacred Mountain Grass Collection.
First Light Flower Essences of New Zealand® No 141 Gossamer Grass links in to the sacred mountains of the centre. Invokes, evokes and transmits the magical blessings of the centre - the place of the true soul self. It anchors stellar light from the centre into the fifth layer of DNA. Re-vivifies, upgrades and aligns DNA at a metaphysical level bringing it into energetic alignment with the higher vibrational resonance of Homo spiritualis and the 'star' children.
When worked with in the Medicine Woman Certificate in the Advanced Shamanic Studies© First Light Flower Essences of New Zealand® No 141 Gossamer Grass, helps the master shaman to undertake and successfully pass through the 21st rite of passage of the master shaman. It helps the master shaman to acquire, develop and master the spiritual skill, discipline and art of the master shaman to be able to:
- Awaken stellar light in the 5th layer of DNA
- Create magical connections with the Sacred Mountains of the Centre
- Anchor stellar light to invoke, evoke, transmit the magical blessings of the centre – the place of the true soul self and spiritual dimension
Use according to the dieting instructions in the Medicine Woman Certificate in Advanced Shamanic Studies© program or Medicine Woman Rite of the Six Moons© program. Alternatively, take 3 drops 3 times daily on the tongue and more frequently if desired.
First Light Flower Essences of New Zealand® are made in accordance with ancient protocols and using a proprietary process. They are sustainably made in total cooperation with nature and contain only natural ingredients.
Aqueous botanical infusion of Anemanthele lessoniana (Gossamer Grass) and grape alcohol solution.
- 100% natural
- Animal and plant cruelty free
- Free from fragrances, petrochemicals, parabens and other additives
- Carefully made in New Zealand from New Zealand native plants