This is Sahasrara: The Crown Chakra. This is the Glory of Shiva The Thousand Petaled Lotus inspiration consciousness transcendence bliss.
I guess bliss is a fruity sweet opening bubble gum, if I remember my Bazooka. Ive encountered it in several of the BPAL fragrances before, only in this one, I think its actually intended to smell this way, whereas in the others, as far as Im concerned, the smell was an aberration. The sweetness has an herbal background that goes a little way to ground the excessive sweetness, and the juxtapositioning of the two is genuinely interesting. Sahasrara: The Crown of the Chakra Series is one of those fragrances that doesnt really develop into the heart notes, it simply lessens in projection and intensity, and it begins quite soft to begin with. For the drydown there is a light incense that moves in and joins with main sweet accord to produce an accord that reminds me a bit of Encens et Bubblegum by Etat Libre dOrange, which I have never thought of as any kind of crown chakra. After the incense disappears, the drydown takes on a long-lasting creamy texture that I find the most enjoyable of the whole fragrance. The fragrance is definitely light and subtle all the way through its movement. This is a pretty good fragrance, but Im not thrilled with that primary bubble gum accord that runs all the way through it.
Sahasrara is the top, the Crown, the last chakra. To begin at the beginning of the chakra journey, start with the base, the Root, Muladhara.