Who is Isis?
Isis is an Egyptian goddess of almost limitless power. She represents the mother goddess, the feminine aspect of the divine, the female polarity of “god-energy”, the supreme female deity. Unlike other goddesses, she represents all aspects of the goddess figure, she is the representation of the all-encompassing divine feminine.
Isis is the keeper of great mysteries, such as the mysteries of life and death and the mysteries of body and spirit. She is the guardian and the keeper of the veil that separates our reality with the invisible world. She decides whether we gain access to secret and sacred information or if it is kept hidden from us. She is the goddess presiding over life and death, helping souls of the deceased on their perilous journey into the afterlife and holding the secrets of resurrection. The mummification ritual was created by Toth and Anubis upon her insistance, as part of the resurrection ritual of Osiris. She is the goddess of rebirth ever since she managed to reassemble and revive the body of her murdered husband Osiris and bestow eternal life upon him.
She is the goddess of magic, presiding over such magical gifts as healing and the knowledge of medicine and she is the keeper of all wisdom, including divine wisdom.
- The sycamore tree
- The Lotus
- Symbols connected to rebirth and resurrection such as the scarab (or sometimes winged scarab)
- The Ankh – Egyptian cross
- The Was sceptre – a long staff with a stylised animal’s head on top symbolically representing alignment
- Precious stones and metals such as Gold, lapis lazuli, emerald, turquoise
- Isis’ colours: gold & cobalt blue
- The Tyet also known as the Isis knot – An Ankh cross with downward pointing arms: Often thought of as the representation of the womb and female reproductive organs or being related a woman’s menstrual cycles. I feel the Tyet represents the living human being, spirit bound in the material form, while the Ankh represents spirit in a free, unbound state, or all aspects of a human being beyond the material form.
Who is Osiris?
Osiris is the Egyptian god of the underworld, ruler of the land of the dead and the afterlife, god of transition, resurrection, and regeneration. He is husband to Isis, firstborn son of Geb (earth) and Nut (sky) and father of Horus (with Isis) and Anubis (with Nephthys). Osiris is believed to be his coronation name, his birth name is commonly believed to be Wennefer, Wser or Weser “The Perfect one” or “The Almighty”. Osiris was also known as The Lord of Love, King of the Living, and Eternal Lord. As ruler of the underworld, he is also considered to be the power that is responsible for all life while it is in the ground or that springs from the ground, such as sprouting vegetation and the fertile flooding of the Nile River, regenerating the land of Egypt.
- Djed: pillar-like symbol representing the backbone of Osiris, symbolically representing a human beings’ stability by alignment to the divine, the kundalini that rises through our chakra centres, or the axis of the earth. It represents the descent of spirit into matter and our access to the divine as a symbolic ladder.
- The Ankh: the Egyptian Cross
- Shepherd Crook: representing his kingship, he was a shepherd to his people, leading through example
- Flail: An agricultural tool used to separate grains from their husks. Represents the importance of agriculture and is the representation of abundance.
- Atef: White elongated crown of upper Egypt with an ostrich feather on each side. Symbolising his purity and his sense of justice (the ostrich feather is closely linked to the goddess Maat – justice) and truth
The Isis & Osiris mist
offers support for
Regain inner balance
The Isis & Osiris elixir corresponds to the colour orange and the sacral chakra
When you feel unstable or manifest extreme behaviour in certain areas of your life or when you suffer from addictions, dependences or compulsive desires. Beneficial for people that need to balance out an excess in energy in certain areas of life or that lost control over their actions.
Establish harmony in our relationships
For people that feel an imbalance in their couple: if one person is more dominant, the other person fades into the background or when the two partners are not on the exact same wavelength and when your life as a couple revolves mainly around one of the partners. Beneficial for people that want to live a balanced and harmonious relationship.
Harmonise your interactions with men/women
For people that feel uncomfortable reaching out or exchanging with men or women, to regain confidence in the same or opposite sex or when you feel anger, frustration or contempt towards a certain gender. It is essential to be able to move past that to be able to become whole.
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