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To listen to the heart of things...
The base is the foundation of any foundation...What a rush.
In the prelude fresh tarragon herb, with beautifully polished woods in the entourage. It is not ready yet, because Oregon Lavender is supposed to be part of it. Well...oops, that was short... It was gone again.
The others remain and are very well related, with cedar and frankincense determining the tonality of this fragrance further on. Warm patchouli of the finer variety warms and, together with benzoin and vanilla, drives the further process of transformation.
I have been sitting in my sacred grove for an hour now, practicing in silence and simplicity, because that is where the arrival lies. Today the exercise is successful. The monkey herd of thoughts behaves insightful, gives rest faster than usual. I lie down and go into the relaxation exercise. Body consciousness begins at the skin and leads inwards until all cells call my name, then it continues into the subatomic level to the near-nothingness I'm here
This fragrance is highly complex, the ingredients are of the best quality, the composition is successful and it encourages contemplation. One may classify it as a men's scent, as I do, but basically it is unisex
In my statement I put a rose on top of him. I will certainly lay him with ylang, peony, or another blossom again. That means something, I only do that if a fragrance seems sacred enough to me
Olympic Orchids are a true new discovery, which have made me listen anew for many years These are not just parcels that someone wants to sell in the niche. Ellen Covey, so it seems to me, tries very hard to bring out the true essences of fragrances in her perfumes. They help us to listen into the heart of things...
My thanks to Hector, who brought them to me