In 1926 Vicky Wall, an eight year old at the time, had the ability to see the colours of people’s Aura’s. Just like her father, she had the power of insight and the expanded knowledge concerning the plant domain.
Although blind in later life, Vicky Wall became the founder and innovator of Aura-Soma Colour Care System. She never lost her sixth-sense and could marry up a colour with fragrance and vice versa; very much like cross-sensory perception.
Sadly, Vicky Wall passed away in 1991 but to this day Aura-Soma is still following in her footsteps with the unveiling of “Aura-Soma Parfum.” Their eight new varieties of perfume was brought about by working in conjunction with Anastasia Brozler; founder of ‘Creative Perfumers’.
Anastasia’s heightened sense of smell helps her to achieve the unachievable. Firstly though she asks each of her clients to choose one or more of her colourful Aura-Soma Equilibrium (balance) bottles. Once selected, Anastasia then decides the fragrances founded on those colours of their choosing.
My mother asked me, “Well, what about those people who are colour blind?” “How could they know which Aura-Soma Equilibrium bottles would appeal to them when they cannot see the true colours?”
I asked Samantha Sargent, at Be Naturallyou, this same question and here is her response:
“When it comes to Aura-Soma and colour-blindness, the woman who created Aura-Soma was blind. It’s the energy of the colours that the bottles give off that attract that person to the bottles.
My father is colour blind and I gave him an Aura-Soma consultation. It truly amazed me when he chose his 4 bottle selection, and just how very apt the colours that he chose related so perfectly to him at that point in time.
When it comes to the Aura-Soma Parfum, it’s a little different as the fragrances do not have the crystal energies of the Aura-Soma Equilibrium bottles, so I would recommend for the colour blind person to choose based on the scent of the fragrance.
As they are natural essential oils, it’s more than likely that personal preferences will change as the months or years go by, and as our desire for the benefits of certain plants changes. This is certainly true for me, and how my like and dislike for scents changes as the months and years have gone by, and how my body and being reaches out for the benefits of certain plants when I am going through different experiences.”
Samantha Sargent, an Australian holistic nutritionist from Be Naturallyou, sent me eight (8) AURA-SOMA (purse size) PARFUM samples to experience as well as a lovely product brochure.
The AURA-SOMA perfume samples are labeled with their own unique number and are beautifully presented in 2.5 ml clear glass vials.
PARFUM NO° 11
PARFUM NO° 30
PARFUM NO° 39
PARFUM NO° 44
PARFUM NO° 56
PARFUM NO° 58
PARFUM NO° 75
PARFUM NO° 80
Each scent I applied on my wrist and only faded after wearing them for four to six hours.
No. 39, No. 58 and No.75 are the scents that appealed to me most from the Aura-Soma Perfume sample kit. These selections were based on scent alone as the glass sample vials are not coloured.
PARFUM NO° 11 (Top, Middle and Base Notes): Lemon, Bergamot, Neroli, Rose and Vetivert.
No. 11 is more of a masculine scent.
PARFUM NO° 30 (Top, Middle and Base Notes): Bergamot, Olibanum, Oudh, Jasmine, Patchouli, Cedarwood, Amber, Vanilla, Saffron, Vetiver and Musk.
NO. 30 reminded me of “Hubba Bubba” bubble gum I used to chew as a child.
PARFUM NO° 39 (Top, Middle and Base Notes): Bergamot, Lemon, Geranium, Black Pepper, Nutmeg, Ylang Ylang, Vanilla and Cedarwood.
No. 39 is a nice scent; quite unique.
PARFUM NO° 44 (Top, Middle and Base Notes): Orris, Cedarwood, Violet, Precious Woods.
NO. 44 has a floral, citrus and woody aroma.
PARFUM NO° 56 (Top, Middle and Base Notes): Nutmeg, Violet, Ylang Ylang, Jasmine, Powder notes, Sandalwood, Amber and Musk.
No: 56 has a floral musky aroma. This perfume was a bit too musky for me.
PARFUM NO° 58 (Top, Middle and Base Notes): Bergamot, Lime, Geranium, Basil, Lavender, Black Pepper, Rose, Sandalwood and Vetivert.
No. 58 would be a lovely perfume to wear anytime during the year.
PARFUM NO° 75 (Top, Middle and Base Notes): Orange, Jasmine, Neroli, Patchouli and Vanilla.
NO. 75 is a fresh and tropical scented parfum.
PARFUM NO° 80 ( Top, Middle and Base Notes): Ylang Ylang, Jasmine, Lily, Carnation, Rose and Vanilla.
No. 80 has a floral aroma and was too sweet for me.
AURA-SOMA PARFUMS are formulated with fermented natural grain alcohol and certified by the Organic by the Soil Association. These all natural perfumes are made in England. They do not contain animal derived ingredients; nor do they contain cancer causing compounds and are not tested on animals.
Are you a new comer to AURA-SOMA parfums?
It’s best to try all 8 samples which you can purchase from Sam at Be Naturallyou (Australian orders).
Of course, you can buy all 8 Aura-Soma All Natural Perfumes in 50ml Equilibrium bottles which have been mentioned in my all natural perfume brands guide.
Sam is a pleasure to chat with and she was very prompt in answering my questions.
If you live in the U.K. you can buy AURA-SOMA perfume from pegasus-parfum.com
The Aura-Soma Sourcebook: Color Therapy for the Soul by Mike Booth. Copies of this book can be purchased from:
Did You Know?
When light hits an object the object absorbs some of the light and reflects the rest of it. Which wavelengths are reflected or absorbed depends on the properties of the object.
For a ripe banana, wavelengths of about 570 to 580 nanometers bounce back. These are the wavelengths of yellow light.
The wavelengths of reflected light determine what color you see. The light waves reflect off the object and hit the light-sensitive retina at the back of your eye. That’s where cones come in. Cones are one type of photoreceptor; the tiny cells in the retina that respond to light.
Not only are colours determined by their wavelengths but we also feel and experience their energy by each colour’s vibrational frequency.
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