MYRRHOPHORE: Mistress of the Sacred Oils
A long, long time ago, there was an ancient tradition of women who worked with sacred oils for the highest good of All. These women were called Myrrhophores, also known as myrrh-bearers or mistresses of the holy oils. This myrrh-bearing tradition has its earthly roots in the ancient temples of Egypt, Babylon, Syria and the Holy Land.
These women were the mothers and daughters of a priestess line, part of a secret and sacred tradition. The most famous of these Myrrhophores was Mary Magdalene, the Queen of Sheba, and the great Isis herself.
Myrrhophores today are still healer priestesses in one form or another and are well practised in energy medicine. They use their inner vision (the eyes of spirit) to read energy fields, as well as to assess the core energetic system of their clients, so as to heal and make whole the spirit and soul.
One of the first lessons that a Myrrhophore has to learn is to access the nous, which is the wisdom of the heart and soul. It’s the basis of everything we learn and understand in working with the soul. It’s the divine intelligence that lives within us and is channelled from God, also known as the Gentle Stranger.
The Greeks called this metis: an intuitive intelligence that’s often attributed to women. Sacred oils connect us to the energy of the Divine.
Is this 8,000-year-old Mystery School calling you?
Join me on Halloween, a day when the veil is thinnest as we remember our abilities within this ancient Sacred Oils Tradition. Gleaning wisdom from Ancient Egypt and the Holy Land, we will piece together the application so greatly needed at this time.
This online workshop runs between 10 am - 5 pm CET and will be recorded. Replays will be sent to you straight away, and are yours to keep.