What are the Ringing Cedars of Russia?
In the ancient forests of Siberia, there are trees that sing a harmonious song. After 550 years of life, the Ringing Cedar (aka Siberian Pine) starts making a pleasant humming sound which is a sign that it is ready to share its gathered energy.
These cedar trees are considered sacred, as they harness the power of the cosmic energies by accumulating solar & cosmic light energy through their needles for over 5 centuries!
The “Ringing Cedar” trees of Siberia retain and resonate a vibrant cosmic sound, and the local natives believe these sacred trees hold a universal connection.
Siberian locals have dedicated their lives to rebuilding a sacred connection between humans and nature. These natives are the caretakers of these ancient lands by preserving the forest and honoring the wisdom of these powerful trees.
They harvest only the cones offered by the trees and plant new seedlings to ensure these forests will be preserved for future generations. They believe the “Cedars of Russia” embody an ancient spirit that communicates with humanity through their ringing resonance.
The Siberian Pine trees (aka Ringing Cedars) have been growing for centuries in the Siberian taiga, which is said to be the ecologically purest area of the world.
When a Ringing Cedar matures to a specific age (around 550 years), it resonates a humming sound that imbues the area with a radiant energy that is transferred into the oils of the pine nuts.
Every year, cones are harvested for their sacred nutrition. Native’s honor the forests and preserve the ‘life force’ in the oil by using wooden presses during the oil harvesting process. All while holding a space of love while working.
Wild-harvested Siberian cedar nuts (Siberian pine nuts) are one of the most nutritious and medicinally valuable cedar nuts in the world.
Kejiwa supports The Ringing Cedars of Russia oils. We trust the source because we know that the Siberian community is understanding of the holistic connection of harmony with nature.
Their Siberian Pine Nut Oil remains in tune with the natural environment. It retains its congruence with the ancient entities infused with the making of this magical elixir.
Our Ringing Cedar Ormus is infused the great spirit with which it was created. This healing resonance is transferred to create a pure and potent alchemy.
“Our ancestors consumed cedar nut oil and used it for medical purposes since the ancient times… It has been home-made with the use of only the simplest machinery. It has a soft taste, gold-and-amber color, and a wonderful smell of nuts.
“Cedar nut oil eliminates a chronic weakness syndrome, increases overall strength of an organism, physical and brain activities. Cedar nut oil has virtually no medical contra-indications. Cedar nut oil elements and vitamins are in the best balance for human digestion. Cedar nut oil taken regularly may improve your energy level.”
The legend of the Ringing Cedar is held in reverence.
All who work with the ancient Ringing Cedar live and work in harmony with the forests. They believe this is the way of nature and cultivating the magic of these sacred oils. The movement is based on the series of ten books entitled The Ringing Cedars of Russia written by Vladimir Megre.
The knowledge contained in the books is attributed to a beautiful woman named Anastasia, the embodied form of a deity, who dwells in the Siberian taiga, whom Megre met during one of his trade expeditions.
The first book “Anastasia” tells the story of the incredible spiritual phenomena connected with sacred ‘ringing cedar’ trees.
The highly revered ascended master Anastasia has imbued her light as the guiding principle. This has ensured the highest quality of potency is attained and sustained for centuries.
When you sit with our Ringing Cedar Ormus, you become attuned to the sacred energies of the ancient forests. It is through our intention too, that the energy of these elixirs are positively amplified for your highest good.
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