02 Giver - 捧香
A perfume that expresses your originality.
Enneagram of Personality #2
Intention - “I'm a giver and love to help.”
The mimosa and carnation symbolise "unconditional love" and are surrounded by light and healing plants.
Characteristic role -
Ego fixation -
Holy idea -
Basic fear -
Basic desire -
To feel love
Deny own needs, manipulation
This formula supports Heart and Sacral Chakras→
Explained in Yin-Yang Five Element
Giver - Enneagram #2
Fire Element - Water Element Tendency - Divine Self
Period of Personality Imprint - Pre-birth, Timeless
Five Questions (Existential) -
Who Are You?
Five Questions (Idealistic) -
Q. Who do you think you are born to be? What do you love?
A. I am a giver and love to help.
A Few Words about the Condition.
Fire is the source of life. It creates and transforms, it turns invisible into visible, consciousness into physical reality.
The emotion relating to Fire element is "joy". It is a positive emotion, but excess can turns to aggression, impatience, and impulsive actions.
The etherial (spiritual) Fire is the consciousness that knows who you are, and physical Fire (Heart) circulates four other elements, using them as the tool to manifest the consciousness into tangible reality.
Heart's pair organ Small Intestine separate and absorb nutrients from what it receives. On the energetic side it separates good from evil.
Fire Elements' nine perfumes are created based on the description by Enneagram of Personalities. What you pick may or may not seem to fit your personality, at least to your own knowledge.
It is because your personality is influenced by all your experiences in this realm. After making olfactory choices from each element, see that your combination of choice perfumes would lead naturally to your Fire Element choice.
If not in a good balance, then consider to focus your personal development on one or more element that create the imbalance.
Message from Plants
A giver channels the energy of the sun and the earth directly. This way the giver can give unconditionally.
Two chiefs, Carnation symbolise the mother (earth)'s giving nature, and Mimosa, with its yellow ball shape flower, symbolise the father (sun)'s giving nature.
There are four assistants in this formula. Helichrysum communicates with the sun. St. John's speaks gently to calm you down. Myrrh embraces and gives you time to heal. Ginger settles you down to gentle warmth.
The messenger, Carrot seed provides abundance and clear vision.
Role - Common Name - Latin Name - Family - Parts Used
Chief = Carnation - Dianthus caryophyllus - Caryophyllaceae - Flower
Chief = Mimosa -Acacia dealbata - Fabeaceae - Flower
Assistant = Helichrysum - Helichrysum itaicum - Astraceae - Flowering top
Assistant = St. John's Wort - Hypericum perforatum - Hypericaceae - Aerial top
Assistant = Myrrh - Commiphora myrrha - Burseraceae - Resin
Assistant = Ginger - Zingiber officinalis - Zingiberaceae - Root
Messenger = Carrot seed - Daucus carrota - Apiaceae - Seed