Aromatherapy makes scents

A world traveler with a nose for adventure develops his sensory talents into a unique business and lifestyle.

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May 9, 2018 17:27
AVRAHAM SAND

AVRAHAM SAND. (photo credit: ELISHA SAND)

 
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Avraham Sand is a master aromatherapist whose organic essential oils and guidance are sought by natural healthcare practitioners across the globe. His 2012 book, Mystical Aromatherapy: The Divine Gift of Fragrance , results from 25 years of researching Jewish insights into fragrance. The American-Israeli citizen is a resident of Moshav Me’or (Mevo) Modi’im, the central Israeli community founded by followers of Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach.

“Before coming to Israel, I became exposed to different spiritual pathways that have positively impacted my life. But from my Jewish background, it just never dawned on me before I came to Israel that Judaism could be a spiritual path,” he explains. “I associated Judaism with musty synagogues and their moldy books. It seems that my sense of smell has always guided me.”

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