Main Theme: Collective communication of love wisdom, deepest joy
Dominant Characteristics: Loves aesthetics and beauty. One who is in touch with his/her own creativity and is able to express feelings. A person full of warmth and love. An independent free thinker who has overcome many fears, found inner balance, and has opened up to be guided by his/her feminine, intuitive aspect. Someone who might be working in the mass media/communications field.
Potential Challenge Aspects: A non-centered person who although fears many things, has two main issues in particular. One fear is that what has been won in terms of inner peace will be lost again. The other fear is that he/she dares not acknowledge the female aspect within. Has difficulty expressing feelings and is, perhaps, abusing the feelings of others. Tends towards dependency, co-dependency, and addictions.
Spiritual Level: Helps the user get in touch with knowledge from the collective unconscious and from his/her own intuitive layers. Also supports the ability to make use of the insights that have been acquired by this, and express them.
Mental Level: What the substance is achieving on this level is identical to what it does on the spiritual level.
Emotional Level: Encourages the user to overcome great difficulties with issues of dependency, codependency, and addictions, and to gain independence. Inspires feelings of self-love. Helps integrate the male role model. Lessens stage fright, fear of flying, fear of water, and technophobia.
Where to Apply the Substance: Around the entire trunk.
Affirmation: I open myself to the universal truth.
Distinctive Qualities: The energy of this substance also has a lot to do with the energy of Zeus/Jupiter. It supports the work with the "inner child" and past life therapy. It is also helpful in difficulties relating to finding the "right livelihood".
Bottles # 92 and # 93 were practically born at the same time. They are very similar to each other. They have been named Gretel and Hansel, respectively, because the Hansel and Gretel fairy tale demonstrates an aspect of these bottles very well: they stand for the female aspect of the "inner child" (Gretel) who trusts in her intuition and overcomes her fear, pushing the witch into the oven; and the male aspect of the "inner child" (Hansel) who places his trust in the female aspect. He is therefore released and finds joy and happiness.