To open the door to “Aux secrets divinatoires” is to treat yourself to a journey. An exploration of oneself, of personal discovery in a unique setting. ” We wanted to present a universe, that we feel in a bubble as soon as we enter the room », Supports Audrey, manager of this new shop of esotericism, well-being and spiritualityat 336, rue de Lille, in Roncq.
” I have been in this world forever. I am myself a medium and once, past forty, I said to myself:
“Why not live from what excites me the most”, explains the one who operated, with her husband Éric, a professional retraining after working in real estate.
Inspired by Indian philosophy
The bet seems successful. By paying attention to the details of this universe, nothing is left to chance. ” Esotericism is what concerns the spiritual world, the invisible. This goes hand in hand with well-being since we adopt a healthier life philosophy thanks to ancestral practices very present in Asia or the Middle East. » Thus the scents of incense accompany antique furniture imported from India“ full of history and energy “.
A divinatory temple that knows how to welcome initiates and profane: “ It’s not just a storesays Eric. Our role is to advise clients who sometimes tell us personal facts about themselves. Many people are, for example, attracted by divinatory pendulums but we will make sure that everyone feels their pendulum before even buying it. »
“Aux secrets divinatoires” thus offers two distinct worlds. First, a universe of “esotericism and divination” where one can find tarot cards, oracles, crystal balls, ouija boards, or even a section devoted to green witchcraft. Then, a “well-being and personal development” space will be offered to you thanks to Tibetan singing bowls or natural Japanese and Nepalese incense. An already complete range, with rare products, but ” if the client does not find what is needed at the moment, then we will commit to looking elsewhere for what will suit him “, promises Eric.
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