Bring harmony and balance to every area of your life with this gentle and loving guide to beautiful living. Use the energy of bliss to transform yourself, healing your spirit and aligning with your most ideal flow.
In her lighthearted, easy-to-read style, Tess Whitehurst introduces you to the nine life keys: serenity, life path, synchronicity, creativity, romance, radiance, prosperity, resilience, and synergy. Through simple, soul-nourishing metaphysical techniques, you’ll learn how to manifest your true desires and reconnect with your natural state of bliss. This remarkable book’s holistic blend of Eastern wisdom and alchemical essences fuels your personal evolution with affirming rituals, symbols, deities, herbs, and many more energetically potent tools. The Art of Bliss is more than a guide—it’s a way of life, serving as the trusty compass on your lifelong spiritual path.
Praise: “Joseph Campbell said to ‘follow your bliss,’ but who knows how to find it? Tess Whitehurst will show you how.”—Penney Peirce, author of Frequency and The Intuitive Way
“The Art of Bliss is an outstanding work that is destined to become a classic.”—Melissa Alvarez, author of 365 Ways to Raise Your Frequency
Metaphysics isn't about adding something else into our lives, like a ritual. It's opening up to, and tapping into, the generous flow of prosperity that is already in existence. Consciously manifesting things that bring us joy, then, is a process of opening up to who we really are and aligning with the divine energies that naturally want to flow through our life experience. Tess Whitehurst, author of The Art of Bliss, explains the concepts of manifesting joy and happiness in our lives, and provides a quiz to discover how each of the nine keys to bliss are currently present in our lives.
Because the art of bliss is a holistic science, not only will your Romance Key benefit from this ritual, but every other life key will benefit as well.
2 sticks vanilla incense
2 red roses
2 pink candles
1 pinch dried damiana
A bottle of cheap red wine (or any red wine you feel comfortable using)
2 small lepidolites, cleansed in cold water and white sage smoke
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