Honoring Earth Mother and All My Relations with Rituals of Self and Community care.
The seeds for these offerings came about after several of my yoga students requested the option to purchase aromatherapy blends I'd made for our classes... and then some began to ask about custom blends based on specific intentions. Candles, often used for ritual in many religious and spiritual lineages, seemed a natural addition to a collection of supplies for self care in a pure and spiritual sense.
Being an Indigenous herbalist and trauma-informed yoga teacher/counselor, I know the power of plant medicine... and have had a deep connection to our Plant allies since very early childhood. For this, I am grateful. During private sessions, I often recommended or blended teas and such for my students to support them in their journey of Self discovery and healing.
Being a licensed cosmetologist, I quickly realized how ugly the beauty industry can be, and decided I could do something about it, at least in my community.
All of this is the Grace of Great Mother - Ma's Grace.
Putting all of these intentions into one cauldron is how we landed here, on this journey of re-establishing our relationship with plants, Earth, and Self. I pray these humble offerings serve you.
Chokma’shki - Thank you!
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A percentage of all proceeds supports Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women USA. "MMIW USA’s number one mission is to bring our missing home and help the families of the murdered cope and support them through the process of grief. We give them hands-on support and guidance and if we don’t have the answers, we get the answers so that these families do not feel abandoned and alone in this struggle like so many have before them. Our broader goal is to eradicate this problem so that the future generations thrive. We are doing that through education of the threats that they face and self-defense. We just started a monthly program to do just that. It is called Staying Sacred and we educate and have self-defense lessons at every meeting. Our strength lies in the fact that every single one of the staff and volunteers have been assaulted or trafficked and our passion is to be the kind of organization that we needed growing up and beyond." (Source: https://mmiwusa.org)