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Goddess Bath For The Divine Feminine

by The Empire Heyoka about a year ago in how to
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A Self Love Ritual

You cannot love others without loving yourself first. Think about the last time you had a bad day or woke up cranky; how did you treat the people around you? I am guessing there were arguments, resentment, lots of cursing, maybe a middle finger? The energy we give is often the energy we get.

Just like any other part of our life, self-love takes time and effort. Just like sleep, exercise, and food, it is a healthy life essential. Self-love is important because it

  • Restores our physical and mental energy
  • Builds confidence
  • It realigns us to our life purpose
  • It enables us to love others
  • Builds patience and understanding
  • Manifests gratitude and happiness
  • Grounds us

There are simple ways to add more self-love time into your life. The first thing to do is take a little time for yourself each week to worship and nourish your inner god or goddess. Drawing a bath is the perfect way to love yourself. Make it more than a habit. Make it a ritual.

Goddess Bath Ritual :

Draw a warm bath. As the tub is filling, add:

2 cups of Epsom salt (fantastic for detoxification),

1 cup of pink Himalayan sea salt,

1/2 cup of dried flowers and herbs (options include rose petals or buds, dried lavender, lemon balm, jasmine, or dried chamomile),

Up to Ten essential oils of your choice,

A handful of your favorite healing stones and crystals. Either in the bath (check to see if the crystal is water-soluble, do not place them in water) or placed around the tub. I also like to light candles or burn incense or palo santo; this helps cleanse the energy.

Next, in a small bowl, add some Epsom salt, sea salt, and healing crystals. On a piece of paper, write an intention, blessing, or prayer and place it in the bowl. You can place this bowl next to your candles.

As you enter your sacred goddess bath, keep your intention in mind. Cup your hands and rinse your body with the warm water bath you have drawn. Pour the water on your chest (heart chakra), throat (throat chakra), forehead (third eye chakra), top of your head (crown chakra). Then relax. You can listen to music or indulge in reading your favorite book or magazine.

Goddess Blends:

Here are some Goddess blends I have created. Feel free to use or get inspired and create your own.

Aphrodite (Goddess of Love and Beauty) Blend

2 cups of Epsom salt,

1 cup of pink Himalayan sea salt,

Five drops of jasmine essential oil,

Five drops of sandalwood essential oil,

1/2 cup of rose petals.

Add rose quartz, aquamarine, or amethyst in or around the bath.

Intention: I send love and compassion to myself and all living beings around me.

Amphitrite (Goddess of the Sea, to cleanse and detoxify) Blend

2 cups of Epsom salt,

1 cup of pink Himalayan sea salt,

Five drops of lemongrass essential oil,

Five drops of cedarwood essential oil,

1/2 cup of lemon balm.

Add Black Tourmaline and Black Onyx in or around the bath.

Intention: I let go of what no longer serves me.

Athena (Goddess of wisdom, poetry, art, for inspiration) Blend

2 cups of Epsom salt,

1 cup of pink Himalayan sea salt,

Ten drops of Frankincense essential oil,

1/2 cup of marigold petals.

Add citrine, garnet, and tiger’s eye in or around the bath.

Intention: I create a powerful and creative flow of energy within me.

EOS (Goddess of the Sun, for confidence)

2 cups of Epsom salt,

1 cup of pink Himalayan sea salt,

Five drops of bergamot essential oil,

Five drops of grapefruit essential oil,

1/2 cup of rosemary.

Add carnelian, orange calcite, and sunstone in or around the bath.

Intention: I know my life is a miracle. I respect it like a precious gem.

Gaia (Goddess of the Earth, for grounding)

2 cups of Epsom salt,

1 cup of pink Himalayan sea salt,

Five drops of patchouli essential oil,

Five drops of sandalwood essential oil,

1/2 cup of chamomile).

Add Jasper, Moss Agate, and Smokey Quartz healing stones in or around the bath.

Intention: I am stable and at peace.

Hecate (Goddess of the wild places, childbirth and the crossroads, for healing)

2 cups of Epsom salt,

1 cup of pink Himalayan sea salt,

Five drops of eucalyptus essential oil,

Five drops of peppermint essential oil,

1/2 cup of chamomile).

Add Sunstone, Amber, and Magnetite healing stones in or around the bath.

Intention: I am healing.

Hygea (Goddess of good health and cleanliness, for renewal)

2 cups of Epsom salt,

1 cup of pink Himalayan sea salt,

Five drops of myrrh essential oil,

Five drops of juniper berry essential oil,

1/2 cup of dried calendula petals).

Add Green Aventurine healing stones in or around the bath.

Intention: The best moment in my life is now.

Gift of Self Love:

This mixture also makes a beautiful gift. You can purchase 4 oz mason jars and fill them with this mixture. Create a tag with an intention, and wrap it around the mouth with a piece of ribbon or twine. Great for bridal showers, bachelorette parties, or Holiday gifts.

I hope you enjoy goddesses! You can find most supplies at your local store or online.

Until next time goddesses.

Jennifer Whittington

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About the author

The Empire Heyoka

Jennifer is the owner of RISE Innerversity, an educational platform helping others step into their leadership role, and New Earth Excursion, a conscious-based Travel Agency assisting others in navigating New Earth.

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