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Sensory Deprivation Float Tanks: The Benefits and What to Expect

Sensory Deprivation Float Tanks are essentially chamber-like or pod-like in shaped tanks that are filled up with water with a temperature of 93.5 degrees Fahrenheit, the same temperature as the surface of the skin, and enough Epsom salts to create a anti-gravity buoyancy in the water. Inside of the tank you will be in the…

Ashwagandha an adaptogenic herb for your inner calm blog post

Ashwagandha: An Adaptogenic Herb for your Inner Calm

Ashwagandha is an Indian herb and classified adaptogen that has been taken for thousands of years to improve mental clarity, reduce stress, and give the body the energy it needs without taking away from the calming affects of the herb. An adaptogen is an herb that is known to adapt to whatever the body needs…

RED and WHITE MOON Cycle: TUNE IN to the energetics of your menstruation

Red and White Moon Cycle: Tune in to the Energetics of your Menstruation In my previous post: Red Moon or White Moon Cycle, I dove deep into the meaning of the Red Moon Cycle, and the White Moon Cycle. If you haven't read it, or don't have your own background knowledge on this terminology, go check…

Shrooms with Superpowers as Caffeine Replacements

As I've written about before in my article Why I Stopped Consuming Caffeine, caffeine can tire the adrenals therefore those more sensitive to inflammation and anxiety should steer clear; but that's not so easy for some of us who wake up before the sun does and are accustomed to running off of 3 cups of…

Why it’s USELESS to Dim Your Light for Someone Else’s Comfort

Empathy can go a long way, but when you start tuning into someone else's insecurities, you may feel responsible for making them feel secure again. This is counter-productive for your growth as well as their growth. By being a crutch for them, you don't allow them to tap into their karma and grow past these…