Aurora, the luminous goddess, radiates light across the earth as she does in heaven. Every morning, she opens the doors of the day, climbs aboard her chariot pulled by her winged horses and lights up the world.
Dressed in a long pale-yellow dress in the colour of the sunrise, she accompanies the sun under the name of Hemera, goddess of the Day. The Goddess weeps tears of dew and emits light from her heart across the Earth. A symbol of happiness, Aurora shines day after day and brings joy to those around her.
She is the sister of Helios, God of the sun, and Selene, Goddess of the Moon and together they symbolise the cycle of the seasons. Reigning over day and night, the siblings radiate the light of these two celestial bodies across Earth. It was following Aurora’s love affair with Ares, Aphrodite's partner, that Aphrodite condemned Aurora to fall in love only with mortals. However, she embraced her destiny with calm and serenity. She is a positive goddess who can find joy in difficult situations.
The orange-yellow colour of citrine evokes the light of Aurora. It is a source of positive energy and brings success.
Bergamot is a source of happiness and bringer of joy. Nicknamed the essential oil of joy, similar to Aurora, it permeates people's hearts with sunshine.
The horse, a majestic and powerful animal, is the symbol of perseverance. The positive Aurora always smiles despite life's difficulties.