Monday, October 31, 2016

BEAUTY BITES: MAJIK MILK + ALTERNATIVE NUT MILKS


B E A U T Y   B I T E S  |  B L U E   M A J I K   M I L K   +   A L T E R N A T I V E   N U T  M I L K S
an adaptogenic blue milk in the spirit of halloween, alternative nut milk recipes, and a Moon Juice discount . . .

Friday, October 21, 2016

MAKERS + MOVERS: JIVA APOHA


a conversation with Angela Shore on energy work, her Holy Grass hemp seed oil blend, + serving others . . . 

Wednesday, October 12, 2016

FARMACY: HERBAL SMOKING





A guide to the ancient art of herbal smoking, a touching conversation with plants through the Argentinian landscape, + lunar playlists à la Moon Minded Medicine . . .

Thursday, October 6, 2016

SPIRITUAL SMACK: MARCHING INTO DISAPPOINTMENT


S P I R I T U A L   S M A C K  |  M A R C H I N G   I N T O   D I S A P P O I N T M E N T

Gripped by the hands of desire, we often clench onto wishful outcomes. We envision, manifest, and cultivate a microcosm spun out of and around what we want. We have come to believe that if our desires are cultured in the phenomena that positive thinking and manifestation have become, that they must be realised. We consequently shrug our shoulders and turn up our noses at the thought of unfulfillment. 

Yet, the subconscious is calculative through years of programming in its approach of our desires. It is aware of the possibility of disappointment and arms itself against it. When we shield our vision away from facing disappointment and tunnel it to only focus on the hopeful, we let the mind be guided rather than guiding the mind. What we avoid in return controls us.  

To truly manifest is to attract what will universally serve us most highly, whether that is what we have envisioned or not. When we speak our desires to the Universe, we must do so with open arms that embrace both the desired outcome and the disappointment. 


It is only when we open up this way—when we are sharp and direct with our wishes—that we flow into the reality of the situations we face. We become a sanctuary for ourselves rather than a container for various outcomes that may and do happen to us. This week, let's be a container for ourselves and hold space for all that can entre into our lives . . .


Sunday, October 2, 2016

THE GUIDE: AUSTIN EATS

T  H  E   G U I D E   |   A U S T I N   E A T S 

A round-up of some favourite places to savour safely in Austin, TX—accommodating anything + anyone from allergies to vegan enthusiasts to paleo noshers . . .