I love Lilac elixir! I come from a background of single woman who carry a lot of masculine energy. We tend to be controlling and rigid in our belief system and we don't hold space for anything outside of that in our relationships. Which is a part of me that I have become aware of through shadow work and have worked to improve on. Although I did a lot of shadow work on this I still seemed to miss the mark, but after taking this elixir I was able to come to a place of accepting others and things as they are. It honestly feels so liberating to not hold on to MY version of what I want others to be and how I want them to behave.. it's like I was on autopilot and wanted to shut it off and finally found the off switch. LOVE!
Lilac is my favourite flower since I was a little girl and little did I know that what I needed was right in front of me.
After using this elixir I feel more freedom and ease and the rigid structures I placed myself in and basically forced myself into have started to fall away. Also the constant need to be in control and the fear of the unknown have lessened a bit. I love this elixir and will continue to use it.
This flower essence called to me when I first saw it! I ended up getting a bottle the second time stopping by the spa that carries these. They always mist you when you're checking in! I feel like it has brought some extra positivity and patience into my life which I so desperately have been needing help with. Tastes great too when dropping directly under my tongue
I love lilacs in general, and really enjoyed this elixir. For me, I felt a deeper sense of freedom and less attachment to worry/stress, etc.
I can't say that I've been revolutionized, as I'm just beginning to enjoy this amazing product. But, as I take the delicious drops, I am reminded of my beautiful mother, whose name was Lila and whose lilac tree is just now blooming. She left the earth over a year ago, in peace and luminous beauty. I relish the taste as I enjoy her memory. And, as i take the drops, I remind myself that we are all as grass, a vapor, only here a little while. Possessions we gather in our years really mean nothing. It's what we hold in our hearts and our minds. Trembling at the beauty of what we have been gifted with in this life and being thankful for each and every breath . . . . The moments of Lilac remind me of that.