Letting Go

Oh, the tumult of a season’s end can wreak havoc on even the most focused mind. If the allergens don’t bother me my joints express their fascination with the changing barometric pressure, temperature and wind through a painful attunement.

This afternoon I attended a Fall Equinox Workshop at the Atma Bhakti Yoga Center in Dallas, hosted by the ever-gracious Christina of Imagine Yoga. She invited me to bring my soaps and I am incredibly glad she did; I connected with many women who share my interest in delectable treats for the skin and senses, as well as Japa Malas. I look forward to watching the evolution of my connections with these women grow and change over time.

I hoped for inspiration and I was lucky to be blessed with it: I now have a clear idea of my desires for this coming season, not only for myself, but for my soap making and Mala knotting, too. I have intentions to help bring to fruition myriad ideas and feelings that will not only benefit me, but also the world in which I live.

Grounded & Loving It,
Kelly

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Immunity Boosting Blend

Rosemary from our garden.

Rosemary from our garden.

Hello loves,

Today I’m relishing in the remaining warm days while formulating a special immune-boosting, synergistic blend of essential oils for a small batch of cold process soap to help you through the cooler months so you can focus on cuddling with loved ones and partaking of pumpkin & spiced goodnesses instead of worrying about the transmission of germs.

This special blend of essential oils will include a scoche of thyme, some spicy clove, crisp lavender, eucalyptus and rosemary. I am also including some bentonite and white kaolin clay with some super-nourishing oils and butters to boot! This soap will be decadent! I can’t wait to share it with you! I may need some help coming up with an awesome name for it. What would you call a luscious, immunity-boosting, smooth-as-clay bar o’ soap?

In other news: I’ll be attending a Fall Equinox Workshop hosted by the ever-lovely Imagine Yoga yogis. Their workshops are always wonderfully grounding & inspiring. I’m particularly excited to attend this one because it will be a nice, smooth transition into fall after a somewhat scattered summer. Also, a large part of my excitement is in seeing how this workshop inspires my mala designs in the coming months.

Such exciting transitions as we move ever-nearer the next new year!

 With Windows Open Wide,
Kelly

Lavender from our garden.

Lavender from our garden.