This week we love…
The Magic Makers who listen ever so closely to the energies of the seasons and in close collaboration with the natural world create pure magic in the form of healing medicines and shares this with the world.
I have had the opportunity to feature some amazing Magic Makers in the past through our Artist of the Week feature and would love to share with you their magic once again. And what better timing than at the cusp of the holiday season, when we can all use a bit more magic and healing juju to get us through.
Lindsay Luna from Altar & Leaf Apotheca
Lindsay was one of the first Magic Makers I introduced you too as a featured artist, she is now taking her wildly popular Danmala Teas and transforming into Altar & Leaf Apotheca unveiling in 2016. Sign up for her newsletter to stay in the loop. I for one am looking forward to her next chapter!
Natalia Karoway from Sweet & Sacred
Natalia’s wonderfully colorful world will blow you away, check out her artist of the week feature here and her beautiful website here. As soon as she opened her shop doors last month, I was all over trying out a few of her products. And to no surprise they were amazing! I adored the smell of Natalia’s Awaken the Sacred – Ceremonial Mist, enjoying every drop of her Joy Rising Elixir, and am exploring my inner dreamscapes with her Shamanic Dream Balm. Any and all of her thoughtful and magical creations would make excellent gifts for others as well (and especially) for yourself. Check out her shop here.
Darcey Blue from Shamana Flora
Just look at all that amazing plant mojo! Darcey Blue from Shamana Flora is a Magic Maker that definitely walks her talk. She immerses herself with her plant allies and it definitely comes through in her products. Learn more about Darcey in her artist of the week feature here. I won’t even begin to list all of the incredible products that I’ve tried from Darcey as it’s quite the list, but currently I’m enjoying her Fernie Brae Hawthorn Chai which has quickly become one of my favorites! Another one of my favorite teas is her Rose Cacao Masala Chai, but seriously any and all of her chai teas sound divine! I’m looking forward to some of the oils she’s been crafting these days, Juniper Winds and Pinyon & Patchouli body oils will be perfect for this drying Vata season. Check out all of her offerings here.
Radha Schwaller from Samadhi Ayurveda
I have not yet had the pleasure of featuring the wonderful Radha from Samadhi Ayurveda as an artist of the week, however I am looking forward to it in the new year so stay tuned! Last month I received her Community Supported Ayurveda (CSA) products and I was blown away! They were all so lush and amazing, that I can’t decide which was my favorite. There was the delicious Happy Tummy Spiced Ghee which pretty much got consumed right away as it was that tasty, and the Gentle Cleanse Tea which is both soothing and refreshing, the Ether Ear Drops which I’m really excited about as I’m predominantly Vatta, and last but not least Radha’s incredible Earthing Oil which I’ve been using each day before Yoga or meditation. To check out her monthly CSA offering, visit her website here.
By the way, Darcey and Radha have join forces and are offering together this amazing looking gem in the new year: Activating Women’s Wisdom. Check it out here for more information.
I am so grateful for all the Magic that we can find in the natural world, and I am grateful to know these Magic Makers and support them along the way. Ladies, you all inspire! Thank you!
Jenn Grosso hails from a far and distant land impervious to the mundane and the conventional. Her eclectic interests always begin with an overwhelming curiosity, which catapults her into fanatical investigations and explorations. With a penchant for all things beautifully extraordinary, Jenn recognizes the importance of honoring her shadow self and the medicine of everything around her. Embracing her inner sacred creative, Jenn plays host to the dance of shadow and light, while smiling at the fleeting nature of it all.
Shamelessly wearing her heart on her sleeve, Jenn can typically be found with a book in hand, mala around her neck, and skipping to the beat of her own drum. Connect with Jenn on her blog Perilsoftheliving, Facebook, Instagram and on Twitter.