Bathing Rituals - Soaking Salts - Forest Moon or Flower Moon

Bathing Rituals - Soaking Salts - Forest Moon or Flower Moon


It is the nature of water to dissolve, to wash away, to purify, to regenerate…

In Alchemical imagery, bathing represents the transitive state, equal opposites: sun and moon. The breakdown of one state and the beginning of another. Perhaps this is why a warm soak has such primal attraction, and works so powerfully on the pleasure centers of the brain.

Forest Moon: Florida Water essences, epsom salts, baking soda, magnesium flakes, douglas fir tea

Flower Moon: Champaca infused sweet almond oil, herbal tea, epsom salts, baking soda, magnesium flakes

Bathing Rituals

Hedonic Tone - sounds a bit like hedonism on purpose. It’s the internal feeling of pleasure we get from certain behaviors, like warm baths. Evidence suggests that regular baths reduce feelings of pessimism, relax tired muscles by releasing lactic acid, and produce a sense of calm. || “In hot water? Have a bath and relax” Bryony Gordon on the healing and restorative power of taking a bath, The Telegraph Aromatherapy -

Forest Bathing / Shinrin Yoku: the medicine of simply being in the forest. Shinrin-yoku is a term that means "taking in the forest atmosphere" or "forest bathing." It was developed in Japan during the 1980s and has become a cornerstone of preventive health care and healing in Japanese medicine ||

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