This intentionally crafted blend is perfect for calling in sovereignty. Sovereignty over your Self, your Voice, your Life, and the Place Upon Where You Stand.

 

 

This anointing oil is a healing tool that serves as a hands on blessing or prayer to help set your intention, clarify needs and make positive changes in life.

 

 

The ingredients in this blend were intentionally chosen due to the unique medicine they carry designed to strengthen your sense of sovereignty and belonging.

 

 

Active Ingredients:

Elecampane Root, Dandelion Root, Juniperus virginiana, Spike Lavender essential oil.

 

 

The notion of the power of place suggests that place has the potential to influence behavior, attitudes, and beliefs. This is seen in the rich history and traditions of folk indigenous to place. But for those of us that were uprooted for whatever reason; this original intrinsic sacred power fades and our roots’ strength is diluted over generations of displacement. Immigrants of immigrant generations suffering loss of identity due to genocide, immigration, patriarchy, forced migration, religious persecution and the like.

 

 

The longing for one’s ancestral home deepens and is felt on a cellular level. In the Apache language, the root word for land is the same as the word for mind. Our bodies and minds still hear the ancestral primordial call to unload, with two feet on the ground- plant roots. The grief suffered by our ancestors is in our DNA and still echoes in our present bodies.

 

 

The urge to merge into the place upon which you stand. The heart tug of your mother land that is both in your very cells and at a vast distance. How to reconcile the soul divide. Uncomfortably navigating a broken language, cradling a torn and tethered heart.

 

 

I invite you to pray over this anointing oil to support you to unwind your mind into the recognition that no matter where we roam, when we live in reciprocity with Mother Earth, we can always find our way home where we belong. Find your sovereignty and power where you stand.

 

 

Excerpt from Braiding Sweetgrass by Robin Wall Kimmerer

“Being naturalized to place means to live as if this is the land that feeds you, as if these are streams from which you drink, that build your body and fill your spirit. To become naturalized is to know that your ancestors lie in this ground. Here you will give your gifts and meet your responsibilities. To become naturalized is to live as if your children’s future matters, to take care of the land as if our lives and the lives of all our relatives depend on it. Because they do.”

Power of Place Anointing Oil

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