For a fun twist on a traditional Margarita, try this easy idea using sotol from our friends at Desert Door.1.5 oz Desert Door Original Texas Sotol1.5 oz Fresh Lime Juice0.5 oz Agave NectarMix ingredients together and shake vigorously. Serve in salt-rimmed glass (optional). Enjoy! For more information on sotol and sotol cocktails, visit www.desertdoor.com
“See The Way”The sixth chakra is located between our brows, on our forehead, also known as the Third Eye. Metaphorically, I like to think of our sixth chakra as a stained-glass window. When the sun shines through the stained glass, it projects an image of the glass on whatever solid surface it hits. The light
Do you ever wonder why you’ll be cruising, “I got this. I’m on track. This is it!” and then boom you lose it. Your usual maintenance tools don’t work. You’re stuck. You’re in a funk and don’t see a way out. (The ‘why’ of it, I’ve heard, is about bringing forth things that are unprocessed or incoherent with our current energetic state into our awareness. Like a mental/emotional/energetic cleanse that we feel as density in our bodies.) This has been happening a lot lately. Good thing, because I have some first-hand experience to share with you now.
Aesthetician Lisa Kaspar, owner of PuraVida Spa in Austin, Texas, says that one of the top concerns she is seeing with clients during the past few months is breakouts that occur from the prolonged wearing of face masks. Lisa shares her top advice to clients for keeping their skin clear and avoiding the dreaded “Maskne”:The
“Vibrating Into Expression” Our fifth chakra is located at our throat. Here is where our attention moves away from things easily seen, such as form, movement, activity, and relationships; all things found in the lower chakras move towards the throat chakra’s etheric level. We bring our attention to the realm of vibrations, sound, communication, and creativity. The
The beginning of spring is an enchanting time of renewal. We see it naturally occurring in the world around us. Trees turn green, flowers begin to bloom, and birds fly all around us. It is also a wonderful time for us to look at ourselves and our environment and welcome new practices into our lives