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Dear Reader,

How are you? How is your sacred heart? I am trusting that love will see us through. And contemplating how to move through these difficult times, whilst staying awake and becoming a better human. One of my dear teachers said today – “we need to take radical responsibility as our collective unconscious is coming to light’. I’m feeling that.

Sending out big love and prayers for healing.

Some Of My Favorites:

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So worth the watch

  • Summer Reading:

    • Dandelion Wine by Ray Bradbury – Carrinna’s recommendation ❤️.
    • Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance by Robert M. Pirsig is an old favorite and timeless classic
    • How To Be An Elder Clarissa Pinkola Estes – the audio book is incredible! Told in her voice with such wisdom and heart.
  • My new favorite oil:

    • Banyan Botanicals Hair Oil – Experience the best for summer hair with this nourishing blend of Sesame seed oil, Refined Coconut oil, Bhringaraj, Cabbage rose flower, Hibiscus calyx, Gotu Kola aerials, and Amla fruit. [+Certified Organic]

  • Ayurvedic Living:

    • Divya’s Kitchen Summer Must Have’s – Explore the cooling and soothing Pitta Bundle from Divya’s Kitchen, along with their refreshing Rose Water. These are my favorite ways – along with cucumbers and restorative Yoga – to keep Pitta in check! Pitta Bundle | Rose Water

  • Medicine Stories:

    • Medicine Stories – Explore the intersection of healing, storytelling, and ancestral wisdom in this captivating podcast episode. Listen Here

Yoga Pose Breakdown:

  • Balasana (Child’s Pose) with Props – Learn how to enhance your practice and experience deeper relaxation with Balasana (child’s pose) using props. Hit reply with your questions and join me live from the Boathouse on Instagram tomorrow at 11:30am.

That’s it for this week’s roundup! I hope these favorites bring a little extra inspiration to your week.

With love and gratitude,

Jeanette

P.S.

A Call to Prayer:
I saw this today shared by a friend and wanted to pass it on. Please join me here.