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The Beauty of the Spirit, Your Ultimate Beauty

Posted in: Beauty care, Inner beauty, Meditation, Mental beauty, Wellbeing- Jan 14, 2016 No Comments

Spirit needs space in your cells to move through you, ground in you, free you from ignorance and infuse you with its three powers: the power of creation, the power of knowing and the power of freedom. Because limited concepts get deposited in your cells and clog them, you need to purify your physical body […]

Salt for Beauty, Balance and Unity

Posted in: Beauty care, Beauty tips, Products, skin, Spirituality, Uncategorized, Wellbeing- Dec 02, 2015 No Comments

photo by Sheila Daunt-Escandon Berdhanya Swami Tierra, a mystic from Ottawa, recently led a pilgrimage in the salt-rich lands of Peru and Bolivia. Here is an interview with her about her journey and what she learned about salt, its properties, its role on this planet and how to used it for inner and outer beauty. […]

Bounty in Trapped Shadows

Posted in: Aging, Beauty care, Beauty tips, Emotions, Inner beauty, Mental beauty- Oct 28, 2015 No Comments

So much strength and treasures reside within you, behind masks that you built yourself because your warped perceptions lead you to judged them and hide them far from sight. Fortunately, you can retreive them by lifting your masks. WHAT MASKS ARE YOU WEARING? Sometimes you are aware of one, sometimes they are hidden in your […]

Make-up and Mascarades

Posted in: Beauty care, Emotions, Inner beauty, Products, Recipes, skin, Uncategorized- Oct 28, 2015 No Comments

WHY DO YOU WANT TO WEAR MAKE-UP? Has make-up become a mask for you? To hide blemishes, the fact that you did not sleep well, cried or in the worst of circumstances, to hide a black eye from an abusive parent or partner? If you cannot let yourself be seen without make-up, even occasionally, your […]

What is Beauty?

Posted in: Uncategorized- Oct 26, 2015 No Comments

Poets the world over, and for centuries, have tried to define it and yet they have been able to render but a fraction of it. Here is a small selection: People often say that beauty is in the eye of the beholder, and I say that the most liberating thing about beauty is realizing you […]

Taking care of yourself after an accident

Posted in: Meditation, Uncategorized- Oct 17, 2015 No Comments

When accidents happen, serious ones I mean like car accidents, falls, burns and other traumas, you need immediate care to see if and where damage has occurred, spine, bones, organs, veins and arteries, brain, tissues, etc. After receiving first line care, you return home and you need to rest. Shortly after, you will likely experience […]

Shamanic guidance to seek the wisdom of our internal voices

Posted in: Aging, Beauty care, Emotions, Inner beauty, Mental beauty, The senses, Wellbeing- Sep 13, 2015 No Comments

What woman doesn’t have intuition? I know of none. It comes as standard equipment. And yet it is not a crystal ball that provides all the answers the minute we want it unless we have become enlightened. Mysterious creative force We are given seeds and antennas but we tend to push and prod willfully, hoping […]

Your Words as Your Wand

Posted in: Beauty care, Inner beauty, Mental beauty- Aug 27, 2015 No Comments

I recently heard of a book entitled Your Word Is Your Wand. A very empowering title and a different kind of magic isn’t it? This evokes a principle described by the Buddha where words manifest as deeds, deeds develop into habits, and habits harden and create character. Today, with the advent of quantum physics, we […]

Three amazing oils from the tropics

Posted in: Aging, Beauty care, Hair and nails, Products, skin, Uncategorized, Wellbeing- Jul 01, 2015 No Comments

When I first started making moisturizers, I valued essential oils and hydrosols (floral waters), spending little time thinking about carrier oils except to make sure they matched the three doshas (Vata, Pitta, Kapha constitutions). Things changed when I first discovered the power and delightful comfort provided by pumpkin seed oil. Since then, every time I […]

Pregnant with a new product; will you help me find a name?

Posted in: Uncategorized- May 30, 2015 8 Comments

A conversation with Marguerite, a former member of the National Advisory Council on Aging, has remained with me: “You know, I don’t feel old even in my 80s, but when I look at my hands, they look old. That’s the part of me I have difficulty reconciling with.” I was then in my late 30s […]