The Pink Lotus Ceremonies are based on ancient Egyptian rituals, influenced by aspects of Buddhism and Taoism. Lotus flowers have through a majority of the eastern world been acknowledged as holy, withholding healing properties that affect our physical and energetic body. Through a beautiful ceremony we serve the Pink Lotus tea in a space of meditation, healing, reading, and intuitiv singing, in honor of compassion and love.

Our focus is to awaken and reconnect you to the divine feminine power that you carry within. Connect to your intuitive and creative force and learn how to attract and receive. Learn to listen to the voice within, and come together in a place of high vibration.

By emerging into the power and wisdom from this and earlier lives, we focus on healing patterns and believe systems that are blocking the channels within you. We believe that flow is of importance, and often static fields are caused by blockages in our emotional or physical body.

The Pink Lotus Ceremony aims to replenish your emotional cup, create flow and give a higher understanding of your life situation. By connecting to the sisterhood and brotherhood, regardless of being in a male or female body, and by connecting to the divine feminine. The divine feminine is a crucial part of us as human beings, so that we can in touch with our sensitivity, intuitivity, and creative aspects of ourselves that we often disconnect to in order to function in today’s society.

In ancient times before many major religions banned the practice of energy work, temples were abundant and held space for souls to come together and practice temple arts. It is crucial for our wellbeing to build a community were all forms of spiritual practices in the name of love can accumulate in order to help one another. This is the fundament of The Pink Lotus.

This is a non religious creation, and we welcome all deities both light and dark to be integrated in service of love.

“As a lotus flower is born in water, grows in water and rises out of water to stand above it unsoiled, s​​​​o, I, born in the world, raised in the world, having overcome the world, live unsoiled by the world.”
-Buddha



The meaning of Pink Lotus

In Buddhism, Buddha and Kuan Yin is depicted on a pink lotus. They understand that it is a symbolic representation of a person’s soul along its journey that begins with materialism, crosses the road of experience and suffering, and lands safely in total enlightenment.

Non-Buddhists likely also see the symbolism in the rising and sinking action of the Lotus Flower on a daily basis. With each new dawn of a new day, there appears a new Lotus Flower; rising from the muddy water from which it was born.

Psychologists often associate the color Pink as a sign of hope, positivity, warmth, comfort, and a sense of security. Pink is often used to diminish (or at least reduce) feelings related to anger, neglect, aggression, or even a sense of abandonment.

The color Pink has shown to have a soothing effect on people that are angry or upset. In many countries this is particularly the case for prisoners who have demonstrated aggressive behavior. They would be placed in a Pink room for a particular amount of time seing as the color would have a mildning effect on the prisoner. .



Pink Lotus properties

In the traditional Hindu system of medicine known as Ayurveda, the pink lotus (Nelumbo nucifera) has a very special place. Alike Buddhists, Hindus believe that Brahma, the creator God, was born from the sacred pink lotus. Historically, people throughout Asia have used the leaves, flowers, stems and seeds of the pink lotus for a variety of different purposes, both ritual and medicinal.

Euphoric
Pink lotus is well known for the euphoric effects it produces in people who smoke its dried petals and stamens, or who brew those constituents into a tea and drink it. As the author Tao Jones mentions in his article “The Land of the Lotus Smokers,” the effects of the pink lotus are predominately cerebral, producing feelings of pleasure that permeate the body.

Sedative
In addition to generating euphoria, smoking pink lotus and drinking pink lotus concoctions can help calm the mind and reduce stress and anxiety. According to the psychoactive substances resource website The Vaults of Erowid, pink lotus is a mild sedative, which means it has a soothing, tranquilizing effect.

Hemostatic
Pink lotus is also useful for treating disorders that involve excessive bleeding, such as menorrhagia, or abnormally intense menstrual bleeding. As the National Institute of Ayurvedic Medicine (NIAM) notes, the leaves and flowers of pink lotus have hemostatic qualities. This means they are able to slow or stem bleeding in the body.

Astringent
According to the NIAM, the leaves and flowers of pink lotus are natural astringents, which means they are able to contract body tissues, including skin. For this reason, pink lotus serves as a combatant against hemorrhoids, which are swollen, irritating veins or groups of veins that protrude from the skin around the anus area.

Demulcent
The seeds of the pink lotus are demulcent, which means they are able to soften and relieve irritation of the skin and mucus membranes. Due to its demulcent properties, pink lotus is effective at improving the complexion and texture of skin.


Expectorant
By grinding the seeds of the pink lotus in to a powder, and mixing the powder with honey, you can make an effective cough remedy. This is because pink lotus seeds are expectorants, meaning they promote the expulsion of mucus, phlegm and other substances from the respiratory tract.


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