The concept of Old Testament types and shadows is one that is used throughout the New Testament. In particular, the writer of the Letter to the Hebrews extensively explains the Old Testament types and shadows in terms of their meaning in relation to Jesus.
In order to understand the OT types and shadows we need just two things: knowledge of all the Scriptures and to be filled with the Holy Spirit. But then that applies to anything in relation to knowing God.
In chapter 2 of Leviticus there are no animal sacrifices mentioned. What is mentioned are the following all of which stand for something:
Grain – represents words (see the parable of the sower in Matthew 13, Mark 4 and Luke 8; also Jeremiah 23:28)
Oil – represents anointing (see Exodus 30:23-24 and James 5:14)
Frankincense – represents prayer (see Revelation 5:8)
Leaven – represents sin (see Matthew 16:6 and 1 Cor. 5:7)
Honey – represents pleasure (see Proverbs 24:13, Song of Solomon 4:11)
Salt – represents preservation, truth (Matthew 5:13).
So we see that when we approach God with our words we need to do it in the context of anointing, truth and prayer, without sin and without sensuality. These are the basics of coming to God in prayer, self-evident to anyone born again.
I should point out that there is nowhere in Scripture that says honey is a bad thing, quite the opposite but you can have too much of it (Proverbs 25:27) and it is not relevant when you are approaching a consuming fire (Leviticus 2:11). The ambiguity about pleasure is that you can bring it to God as a different type of offering (the offering of first fruits in v.12).
Scripture is not a rule book. As I’ve looked around the churches in Ireland over the last few years – and this applies elsewhere as well – I can see considerable division over this. There is a school of thought that says that the ecstasies and obvious pleasure that many Pentecostals in particular experience during worship are not appropriate. The music is too worldly these people say and the worship too sensual as a result.
You must be born again. The answer to that question for you is not going to be answered by anyone to your satisfaction except God. All I would say is please don’t judge your brother or sister who takes part in these love festivals. What they do, they do before God and He alone is judge.