My Philosophy

How we move and act in this world determines what kind of world we are creating and leaving behind when we transition.

We either move softly or in a fast and furious way. It seems that the second is playing out at a major scale currently.

I recall the times of constant doing, constant trying, when my head & thoughts felt more like a cyclone I found refuge in music, the magic of scent and creativity.

My appreciation for natural handmade products, the belief in the healing power of music, the recognition of candles & incense as ceremonial tools grew and became what I now call my Philosophy.

Cultivating a deeper connection with the world around us

Natural handmade products possess a unique charm and character that mass-produced items lack. By  support artisans and their craft, we promote sustainable practices and preserve traditional methods of production. We become advocates for the acknowledgement of the inherent value and beauty found in nature's creations, and the conscious choices we make to honor and protect them.

The Healing Power of Music

Music has the power to evoke memories, calm our minds, energize our bodies, and provide solace during difficult times. By immersing ourselves in the enchanting world of music, we can tap into its therapeutic qualities and experience its profound effects on our mental, emotional, and even physical states. Music is a universal language that can unite and heal us, offering peace, inspiration, and self-expression.

The Power of Ceremonial Candles

 The act of lighting a candle symbolises illumination, purification, and the invocation of positive energy. By incorporating candles into our lives in a reverent and ceremonial way, we acknowledge the power of symbolism and ritual, bringing a sense of sacredness and intentionality to our spiritual practices.

All these elements serve as gateways to deeper connections with nature, ourselves, and the spiritual realms. By embracing and using them in a respectful way, we invite beauty, harmony, and transformative experiences into our lives.

Time to go back to basics and honour the forgotten art of being in communion with the ALL that IS.