Lucid Living Co.
BRIGID "The Sacred Fire" Bath Bomb in a Bag
Brigid is scented with oils of blackberry and palo santo. Blackberry, a favored fruit of sex-magick practitioners, brings out the darker side of one’s sensual nature. The pagan history of Brigid, often confused or even fused with the Christian saint, is considered dark and heathen. But as magick is freedom, Brigid’s darker lore is something to be celebrated as unique and empowering. Palo Santo, a witch’s favored tool, is burned to purify the temple, the body and the mind.
Hidden inside of the bag is a Red Jasper crystal brings strength and energy, stamina, focus and determination to the holder.
The Celtic goddess Brigid, The Sacred Fire, is as old as Ireland herself. Brigid is associated with healing, poetry, prophecy and smithcraft. Gaelic women tend a perpetual flame in her honor and her festival is held on Imbolc, the feast of fire. In Brigid’s sacred temple of ancient Kildare, legend tells that there also lay a healing spring and holy well, associating Brigid also with purifying waters. Her sacred animal is a serpent, and she is held to an elevated psychological status among worshipers as a goddess of purification. Schooled in smithcraft, she is the Mother of Invention, and is rumoured to have made the first nocturnal whistle to keep women safe from assault. She is a champion of mothers, mourners, and the highest manifestation of feminine strength and resolve.
Open the bag and pour the magic directly under running hot water. Sit back and relax while the bubbles arise. Watch the colors blend together and swish the water around to see BRIGID's full effect!
Net Wt. 12 oz
**This 12 ounce bag is good for 3-4 baths!**
**All of our products contain herbs and essential oils. Please consult a physician before use if you are pregnant, breastfeeding, or suffering from a health condition.**
Sodium Bicarbonate, Citric Acid, Kaolin Clay, Propylene Glycol, Sodium Lauryl Sulfoacetate, Fragrance (Phthalate Free), Yellow 5, Blue 1, Red 27, Fluorphogopite, Titanuim Dioxide, Mica