Lilith (लिलिथ) is subject to three astrological interpretations.
- The first refers to the "Black Moon" of the Esotericism that is an energy Vortex in the Sun / Moon / Earth system.
- The second is about the asteroid Lilith (1181), which is supposed to affect us in relation to issues of suppressed rage, resentment, sexual manipulation and self-exile.
- The third and the most important is different between astronomers and astrologers.
This characterizes Lilith (लिलिथ) as a "sensitive" point of the Lunar orbit, which is elliptical and has two focuses.
According to astronomers, the first focus is located inside the body of the Earth, while the second focus of the Earth / Moon orbit is a "blank" point, called the Black Moon.
On the contrary, according to astrologers, this particular point is the Apogee of the Moon, namely, the point of Lunar orbit, which is farthest from the Earth.
Lilith (लिलिथ) transits (गोचरा, Gochara) the Zodiac (नारायण राशि, Nirayana Rāśi) like the Celestial Bodies, and forms Aspects (योग, Yoga) with the Planets (ग्रह, Grahas) in our Natal Chart (जटाका, Jātaka), significantly affecting our psyche.
Lilith (लिलिथ) transits (गोचरा, Gochara) every Sign (राशि, Rāśi) for about nine months and the entire Zodiac (नारायण राशि, Nirayana Rāśi) in period of 8 years and 10 months.
Lilith (लिलिथ) represents the deepest, buried fragments of our Soul. Our unconscious. Weaknesses, fears, traumas and unsaid secrets. Our eroticism and his expression.
In a Natal Chart (जटाका, Jātaka), Lilith (लिलिथ) "marks" the way we experience our emotions, our sexuality and our demands in life.
Lilith (लिलिथ) is also related to Karma (कर्म).
- Karma (कर्म) means "action, work or deed"; it also refers to the spiritual principle of Cause and Effect, where intent and actions of an individual (Cause) influence the future of that individual (Effect).
Good intent and good deeds contribute to good Karma (कर्म) and happier Rebirths (पुनर्जन्म, Punarjanma), while bad intent and bad deeds contribute to bad Karma (कर्म) and bad Rebirths (पुनर्जन्म, Punarjanma).
The Tibetan monks believe that Lilith (लिलिथ) is an important dark point involved in the creation of Gyu-Kar (ग्यू-कार / the 27 astrological formations of Tibetan Kar Tsee Astrology), forming an Opposition, an adverse Aspect (योग, Yoga) of 180 degrees, with Priapus (प्रियापस / the Perigee of the Moon or the closest point to the Earth).
The cycle of the final procedures for the production of energy oil, Buddha Dâkini Soli Dharma / Lilith Soli Dharma (बुद्ध डाकिनी सोली धर्म / लिलिथ सोली धर्म), was marked by the Sun`s (शुक्र, Surya) transit (गोचरा, Gochara) into Scorpio (वृश्चिक, Vṛścika), on October 23, 2018.
The process was completed the following day, October 24, 2018, when a Full Moon (पूर्णिमा, Purnima) was created in the opposite Sign (राशि, Rāśi) of Taurus (वृषभ, Vṛṣabha).
In particular, the final ingredients began to be added on 19:41:30 of October 23th, 2018 that was Jupiter`s (बृहस्पति, Bṛhaspati) first night-time in the natal month of Scorpio - with Jupiter (बृहस्पति, Bṛhaspati) continuing his transit (गोचरा, Gochara) in Scorpio (वृश्चिक, Vṛścika).
The formula was completed on 10:26:00 of October 24, 2018 that was Jupiter's (बृहस्पति, Bṛhaspati) first morning-time, on the day of the Full Moon (पूर्णिमा, Purnima) in Taurus (वृषभ, Vṛṣabha).
The formula of Buddha Dâkini Soli Dharma / Lilith Soli Dharma (बुद्ध डाकिनी सोली धर्म / लिलिथ सोली धर्म), contains pure, natural essential oils, which have been produced by pressing, steam distillation, using solvent or using carbon dioxide.
- Essential oils are highly concentrated, aromatic liquids, which are present in various parts of plants, herbs, fruits and trees.
The essential oils of Soli Dharma (सोली धर्म) constituted the materials of secrets, ancient shamanic techniques and their blending, under specific astrological conditions, emits intense cosmic energy.
The formula of Buddha Dâkini Soli Dharma / Lilith Soli Dharma (बुद्ध डाकिनी सोली धर्म / लिलिथ सोली धर्म), contains 34 varieties of essential oils:
- Top / Head Ruler Note: Hyacinth (हायसिंथ, Hayasinth / Hyacinthus Orientalis)
- Middle / Heart Ruler Note: Woodbine (वुडबीन, Madhuchun / लोनिसेरा जाइलोस्टेअम, Lonicera Xylosteum)
- Base Ruler Note: Leather (चमड़े, Chamade)
The Oil of Buddha Dâkini Soli Dharma / Lilith Soli Dharma (बुद्ध डाकिनी सोली धर्म / लिलिथ सोली धर्म) comes from the admixture of various oils, dominated by natural Almond Oil (बादाम तेल, Badam Tel).
INSTRUCTIONS ON USE:
The use of energy oil, Buddha Dâkini Soli Dharma / Lilith Soli Dharma (बुद्ध डाकिनी सोली धर्म / लिलिथ सोली धर्म) is external.
- The energy oil, Buddha Dâkini Soli Dharma / Lilith Soli Dharma (बुद्ध डाकिनी सोली धर्म / लिलिथ सोली धर्म) could be used as a perfume, as a body oil and as a massage oil.
Health Note: Some of theingredientsof energy oils, Soli Dharma (सोली धर्म) are particularly strong and could cause some irritation to sensitive skins.
We recommend the test spread of a few drops in a small area of your skin before the first use.
In case of irritation or other symptoms (shortness of breath, discomfort, etc.) do not continue to use.
- For the maximum efficiency of the beneficial properties of Buddha Dâkini Soli Dharma / Lilith Soli Dharma (बुद्ध डाकिनी सोली धर्म / लिलिथ सोली धर्म), it is recommended the daily spreads, in Manipura (मणिपूर, Maṇipūra), the Solar Plexus Chakra (सौर जाल चक्र) and in Muladhara (मूलाधार, Mūlādhāra), the Root Chakra (रूट चक्र).
Manipura (मणिपूर, Maṇipūra) is the Third Chakra (तीसरा चक्र) according to Vedic (वैदिक) Tradition.
It is located above the navel (umbilicus, belly button) or slightly below the Solar Plexus (Celiac Plexus or Coeliac Plexus / it is located in the abdomen, near where the celiac trunk, superior mesenteric artery, and renal arteries branch from the abdominal aorta).
Manipura (मणिपूर, Maṇipūra) translates from Sanskrit as "resplendent gem" or "lustrous gem" (alternatively or wrongly translated as "city of jewels").
Manipura (मणिपूर, Maṇipūra) is often associated with the colours: yellow and blue in classical Tantra (तंत्र), and red in the Nath tradition (नाथ / नाथा, Natha / a Shaivist sub-tradition within Hinduism) - (शैववाद, Shaivism is one of the major traditions within Hinduism that reveres शिव, Shiva as the Supreme Being).
Manipura (मणिपूर, Maṇipūra) is associated with Fire (अग्नि) and the Power of Transformation.
It is said that Manipura (मणिपूर, Maṇipūra) is the home of Agni (अग्नि / "Fire" / अग्नि, Agni happens to be the entity that is responsible for all digestive and metabolic processes in the human beings according to आयुर्वेद, Ayurveda) and the vital wind, Samana Vayu (प्राण, Prana /"life force", or "vital principle") - (Samana Vayu / प्राण, Prana permeates reality on all levels including inanimate objects. In Hindu literature, प्राण, Prana is sometimes described as originating from the Sun and connecting the elements).
The energies of Prana Vayu (प्राण वायु) and Apana Vayu (अपाना वायु) - (inward and outward flowing energy) meet at the point in a balanced system.
Manipura (मणिपूर, Maṇipūra) is the home of the Coeliac Plexus, which innervates most of the digestive system.
In chakra-based medicine, practitioners work this area to promote healthier digestion, elimination, pancreas-kidney and Adrenal function.
Weak Agni (अग्नि / "Fire") in the Coeliac Plexus leads to incompletely digested food, thoughts and emotions, and is a source of Ama (विषाक्तता, Toxicity).
Muladhara (मूलाधार,Mūlādhāra / "root and basis of Existence.") or the Root Chakra (रूट चक्र) is the First Chakra (पहले चक्र) και one of the seven primary Chakras (चक्र) according to Hindu Tantrism (हिंदू तांत्रिकवाद).
It is symbolized by a lotus with four petals and the colour red.
Muladhara (मूलाधार,Mūlādhāra) is located near the Coccygeal Plexus beneath the Sacrum (सेक्रम), while its Kshetram (शेतराम / place, temple) or superficial activation point, is located between the Perineum (पेरिनम) and the Coccyx (कोक्सीक्स) or the Pelvic bone (श्रोणि).
Muladhara (मूलाधार,Mūlādhāra) is said to be the base from which the three main psychic channels or Nadis (नाडी) emerge: the Ida (इडा, Iḍā / "comfort"), Pingala (पिङ्गल, Piṅgala / "tawny - brown", "golden", "solar") and Sushumna (सुषुम्णा, Suṣumṇā / "very gracious", "kind").
It is also believed that Muladhara (मूलाधार,Mūlādhāra) is a subtle abode of the Hindu God Ganapati (गणपति / गणेश,Ganesha).
In the highest revered prayer for Ganapati (गणपति), the Ganapati Atharvashirsha (गणपत्यथर्वशीर्ष, Gaṇapatyarthavaśīrṣa), it is mentioned that "one who worships Lord Ganapati (गणपति) would easily grasp the concept and realise Brahman (ब्रह्मन्, Brahman / the highest Universal Principle, the Ultimate Reality in the Universe").
Health Note: Use it wisely. (Some drops are enough to have the desired energy result)
- Also, the energy oil, Buddha Dâkini Soli Dharma / Lilith Soli Dharma (बुद्ध डाकिनी सोली धर्म / लिलिथ सोली धर्म) could be used in small quantity, for the coating of furniture`s wooden surfaces in a space, in order to diffuse the beneficial energy and its special aroma, in the atmosphere.
Keep it in the box in a shady and cool place.
Health Note: Keep it away from children and animals.