We refer you to a few previous posts which are specific to healing with Fragrance Alchemy and the meridians of the body. See Releasing Birth Trauma with Rose Oil, posted on July 24, 2013 and Healing Emotions with Meridians and Fragrance Alchemy posted on July 28, 2013.
We wish to clarify the following: Due to the many requests we have received for the sigils used for Releasing Birth Trauma with our special alchemically formulated Rose oil, we present them here along with the meridian chart and the directions (also given on the post of July 24, mentioned above). The sigils that are used with the Rose oil and the meridian locations can be used by anyone, not only by Belvaspata masters (see more about Belvaspata angelic healing and initiations here).
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What are sigils and how do they work, you might ask? You can read more about sigils in Belvaspata Angel Healing Volume 1 or Volume 2 and purchase these books on the book section of our webstore. For your reference we post an excerpt from Belvaspata Angel Healing Volume 2, pages 8 and 9 of the paper version – you can read the first 15 pages of this book free here!
Symbols versus Sigils
A symbol represents something, whereas a sigil describes something. When someone sees a BMW or a Mercedes symbol, it represents upper middle-class vehicles of quality and distinction. On the other hand, the symbol for a Rolls Royce or Bentley represents elite vehicles that speak of a privileged lifestyle of dignity and wealth.
So much is deduced just from one symbol. A Rolls Royce evokes images of walled estates, chauffeurs, enough and accustomed money where the symbol of a Ferrari will speak of more flamboyant taste.
Whereas symbols are common in our everyday world, the use of sigils is virtually forgotten. Even in mystery schools, their hidden knowledge eludes most mystics. Throughout the cosmos all beings of expanded awareness utilize sigils and it is only a few left-brain oriented races that use symbols such as those in alphabets. An example would be the word ‘LOVE’ where we have combined four symbols (letters representing certain sounds) to make one symbol (the word that represents a feeling). But love is one of the building blocks of the cosmos, like space or energy*. It can also represent many different nuances within the emotion of love (which is the desire to include) and much other dysfunctionality and degrees of need we mistakenly call ‘love’.
As we can see, the symbol or word can be very misleading since what it represents to one may not be what it represents to another. The sigil for love describes the quality or frequency of what is meant. It maps out the exact frequency of the emotion.
The sigil for someone’s name would do the same. As the person or being rises in frequency, the sigil will change to reflect that. In the case of angels, even their names change…
Having someone’s sigil is like having that person’s phone number. Sigils not only describe what they represent, but are a means to communicate with what they represent.
*Discussed in Journey to the Heart of God, “The True Nature of the Seven Directions”.