Wāwaeʻiole Fern Essence Edible Hydrosol (ACCEPTANCE)

Wāwaeʻiole Fern Essence Edible Hydrosol (ACCEPTANCE)

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The noble Wāwaeʻiole Fern is the personification of Divine Acceptance.  Just 1-5 drops of the deliciously subtle Fern Essence in food or drink and experience a shift towards the recognition of acceptance, that which is in yourself and that which is all around!

Comes in 1 oz glass vessel with dropper

  • Wāwaeʻiole Fern (Lycopodiella Cernua) is a “fern ally” and commonly referred to as Club Moss Fern. He is energetically masculine and rules Divine Acceptance.

  • The result of hydrosoled oil distillation of Wāwaeʻiole using sacred Wailuku River water.**

  • The hydrosoled extraction is then placed in a glass or stone bowl which sits atop a copper coiling and connected to a frequency speaker. This speaker transmits i’i Hawaiian chanting (vibrato) into the hydrosol.

  • Small amount of organic food grade alcohol added for preservation and as anti-bacterial

  • A flyer detailing this process will accompany your Fern Essence Hydrosol.

    **All water resourced for the purpose of ingestion is purified via steam distillation.

A thing about ACCEPTANCE:

Emotional Acceptance is fundamentally what Hawaiians have called Ho’oponopono. This is the space of the witness, where we no longer attempt to control the reality around us, but rather simply experience it and accept its expressions as just and not in error. The moment the human species invented cravings was the moment we perceived alternatives. We no longer have the capacity to exist within the now moment, and to accept this now moment — all too often are we feeling victimized, insist on blame, shame, and crave that which is outside of the moment. The power of Acceptance is recognizing that all things are intentional and purposeful, when we examine our reality in such a way we have the tools to transform this energy into meaning. No matter how harsh these experiences may be, the more we attempt to control them or to label them, the more they fester and change our freedom of fluidity; we become stagnate and stuck on repeating situations. This is insanity. Acceptance does not mean we must suffer, it is quite the contrary, that when we allow moments to express themselves naturally, we begin to feel the excelerated energy of our spirit, and how we can transcend any perceived barrier.