This spray is different from the other sprays we have created so far because it contains a unique combination of singing voices and the sound produced by 11 quartz crystal singing bowls.
On 18th November 2006, a concert was held in the Imperial War Museum North, Salford Quays, Salford. Three choirs of young people, Laudamus, Bolton Youth Choir and the National Youth Choirs of Great Britain came together under the direction of Deborah Catterall to sing songs for peace.
At the beginning of the concert willow water was poured into the great bowl. This bowl is frosted and has a diameter of 22 inches. It sounds the note C sharp. The water collected the vibrational energy of all the singing from the choirs and soloists plus the collective sound produced when the eleven bowls were played together to accompany the Peace Blessing improvised by the singers as the final item in the concert. The water was collected and became the Harmony of Love vibrational essence used in this spray.
The choir members were asked to suggest a name for the spray and the word ‘harmony’ kept recurring. This spray is for bringing about harmony throughout the world from large international conflicts to individual minor arguments. This is the Harmony of Love.
For every bottle sold, Sound Essences will make a donation of £1 to charities working for peace.
Ingredients: Lakeland Willow water, vodka, essential oils of melissa, neroli, ylang ylang, lemon thyme and frankincense. Harmony of Love vibrational essence.