Saturday, October 27, 2007
Life for me has been about sensitizing myself on a finer and finer level. When you devote every waking and sleeping moment of your life on earth paying attention, you are able to be guided strongly.
I'm not a Goddess, I am not someone who manipulates reality. But I AM super sensitive to your pulsings.
If you are willing and open, I can begin a process of correcting the misaligned pieces of your puzzle back into their spots. Let's see, other ways of describing what I do:
I can detect holdings and blocks in small muscles which lead me to more subtle flows at those points. By gently caressing holdings or with other types of pressure, I can help you release feelings you have forgotten about. The result is a kinder, happier, more open visage.
More later, Just wanted to get this down while I was thinking of it.
Friday, October 19, 2007
This is an excellent and often asked question.
There is no one answer as professional skin therapy is dependent upon our agreed upon goals.
At all my initial sessions, I spend time reviewing and examining my clients' inclinations toward regular skin care sessions.
If my client desires to have a very special one to one session as a special occasion, I would recommend regular sessions at a minimum of one month intervals. This gives a professional cleaning while I spend most of my time doing relaxation and toning massage of the face.
Scheduled facial recommendations
- Monthly sessions
- maintains your current condition.
- Bi monthly Session:
- Disinfection begins to take effect
- Mild inflammation
- Over Exposure to Sun or Wind
- Anti-Aging Treatments
- In between peel maintenance
- Weekly Sessions
- Very important for severe cases of acne and breakouts
- In between peel maintanance
- Combats dry skin and all other environmental damage
- Maximizes anti-aging treatments
Thursday, October 18, 2007
I understand how it works for me, this act called manifesting.
I am the Prima Materia, Master of my vehicle
Desire potentially results in planning.
Planning potentially results in action.
Action yields results which inform me what I was really planning to take responsibility for.
Thursday, October 11, 2007
Wednesday, October 10, 2007
In the beginning years of the 1970's I became a part of the North Chicago Musician scene. I was gigging a lot and meeting all different types and styles of musicians who were also working on the Near North side.
I became fascinated by the expanded potential of 12 tone music. As my studies in classical and jazz theory progressed, I desired to use my voice more instrumentally and wanted to be able to play around the groups of notes that defined a scale but were not limited to major and minor modes.
I was introduced to Fred Anderson and his fluid group of musicians. Fred took a liking to me and I was allowed to regularly sit in on gigs at the Amazing Grace coffeehouse. I was fortunate. This experience taught me about organization around intervals and playing with disparate tones. I also was able understand on a much deeper level, tonal colors.
The lessons of my year with Fred has remained with me today. Understanding the scales of perfume allows me to be fearless when I sense a major second in an evaporative bridge. It has taught me that a perfume sketch can include notes that are not always easy as long as there is a resolution that makes harmonious sense.
Monday, October 08, 2007
Continuing on with the idea of creating a tart leather, I separately combined the following and after vibrating with my Hitachi Magic Wand (a superlative perfume mixer)
Caraway (one drop)
Costus 1 dr
After evaluating and finding my compot somewhat muddy yet personally appealing, I decided to see how much top I could add on. I knew that my dilution was too thick but didn't want to think the composition out yet. I am going on a rough estimate of a total of 30 per cent.
I wanted to create a challenging top but not go into ugly. Something that happens often. Luckily I like ugly and just keep whatever mistakes I make in a special What was I thinking?cabinet
I chose a separate vial of a combination that includes but is not limited to:
a fresh distillation of Violet Leaf Absolute, Neroline, Citralast (creates a bit more longevity with a fresh feel) and an overly large amount of butter absolute.
COMPLETION OF THIS TOPIC
Butter is a fascinating but aggressive top. Had to blend it in better while retaining that totally outrageous first impression. So far have added an accord of softer ghee type effect with one tiny amount of Spearmint
However, after sending off my accord, I decided to change the scent completely
10 per cent solutions of
I began by compiling notes that for me closely plus very remotely resemble hides.
I started with essences that had naughty, stubborn qualities as well as some notes that were calming, harmonizing
Beginning with Antique Sandalwood,Santalol,I continued adding
Birch Tar .01 per cent 2 drops
Choya Nakh 2 dr
A particularly waxy Orris Butter
Vetiver in 10 per cent dilution
Birch Leaf Givco
Liatrice (fair amount)
Oud Incense Tict (Anh)
Fleur du Chocolat (a cocoa, honey with rare florals)Wash in alcohol with a Vetiver Wash to use as my medium.
Then I let it sit
Since deciding to woodshed for an indefinite period of time, I have been playing with
Scent of the day -or - week, or whatever.
I was helpfully kept on course when I decided to participate in mfd of perfumes swap. Lou, a member of the group was hosting, she's nice plus, no rules, which pretty much cinched the deal.
I decided to create a Leather accord at least and, if time allowed, build a perfume around it.
I decided to play down the smokier notes in favor of a Leather impression composed of my favorite musk bases, fresh and sour middles with some kind of top that is not generally used.
Thursday, August 23, 2007
I am not teaching perfumery at the moment. However, here is a guide written by Lisa Camasi, the group moderator for botanical_perfumery (which you might want to check out) which is invaluable for the perfumer seeking guidance
Lisa Camasi is a long time botanical perfumer, artisan tincturist with several fascinating methods for hand-extracting natural essences. She is also a brilliant writer with a degree in linguistics from the University of California.. This has served to make her one of the most valuable communicators in the natural perfume world. She hosts two online perfume groups: email@example.com which is open to anyone and includes, I believe our own Dorothy Kingsbury among others. She also hosts another, invitation only, interactive perfume making group.
Anyway, to make a long story short, this is her piece on how to find the perfect perfume educator that matches one's needs.
There are more resources than ever for the average person to learn
about perfumery - natural/botanical and otherwise, and are VERY
reasonably priced - in fact most of them are free.
If you want to take a class, any class, do a little homework first and
make sure that the class you take will serve your needs, interests and
budget, and will deliver on its promises.
ASK A FEW QUESTIONS:
- What are the instructor's credentials, experience, and reputation,
professionally and otherwise? If s/he has formal credentials, are
they in a relevant field? Are they from a reputable institution? If
the instructor points to experience and a varied selection of "one
off" courses, one on one instruction/mentorship/apprenticeship with
another perfumer or perfumers, who are they, and what are their
credentials, what is their professional lineage? If the instructor is
self taught, how did s/he pursue their studies, and how did s/he
arrive at the conclusion that s/he had acquired sufficient knowledge
that s/he feels qualified to teach a professional course and charge a
professional fee? Is s/he published?
- Can references/recommendations be provided from former students?
- What books/literature is used to support the class, and what is the
additional recommended reading?
- What are the educational objectives of the course - what will you
have learned and be able to do after the class that you could not do
before the class? How will they be achieved? Is there a syllabus
from this or previous similar classes that you can view to evaluate
whether the course will meet your interests, skill level, and needs?
- Think about how you learn best. Some people do very well reading
from books, some prefer lots of graphics and pictures, and still
others absorb information best through auditory input and verbal
exchanges. Will this class be presented in a way that is suitably
accessible to you and your learning style? I have a good friend who
is a university lecturer in New Zealand, and one of the courses she
teaches is a distance course. It is at the graduate level, and
because the focus of the course is in support of the literature survey
the students need to conduct for their MA theses in Linguistics, it
works pretty well, but she said she can't imagine teaching any of her
other courses because so much critical learning happens in the face to
face exchange of weekly seminars and working collaboratively on
research and data.
- Consider all the available courses and resources in the context of
what you want, what you need, and what you can afford. Look for a
class that will teach you skills that allow you to continue learning
when the class is over, and leave you feeling empowered and encouraged
to do so - rather than enslaved to an expert who claims to hold the
key to the vault that safeguards the secrets of the ancient art.
- Le Parfumeur Rebelle has links to a few classes in natural/botanical
perfumery, or ones that cover naturals substantively (scroll down the
page to "classes".)
If you're able to spend $800 for an online course, why not spend a
couple hundred more and get the benefit of learning perfumery "in the
style of the French perfumers" from *actual* French perfumers - ones
with the training, experience, materials, facilities and professional
acumen to make it worth your while and worth your hard earned money!!
(Not to mention the pleasure of spending a week in the heart of
Grasse!) There are other classes - Sunrose Aromatics has hosted
classes with Gail Adrian in the past, and Linda at the Perfumer's
Apprentice is an excellent resource as well.
DO A LITTLE RESEARCH:
- Polish your bloody google, yahoo, dogpile skills. Be willing to
dive down a few rabbit holes as you follow the links within links. I
have found some of the most useful and relevant information this way -
as well as some wonderful and wonderfully obscure materials.
- Don't rely entirely on the internet, and remember that it is still
largely unregulated and there is as much unreliable information as
there is factual and useful information.
- Check out a few books at the library, and if your local library
doesn't have what you want, ask if they can get it for you through
interlibrary loan. If you live near a university, especially a public
one, see if they provide library privileges to the local community -
most do! You will be able to gain access to books through the
university that are unlikely to be available any other way -
especially out of print books.
- Safety... Don't rely on IFRA exclusively for this information, it's
not reliable! Read the MSDS for your materials and take a little time
and familiarize yourself with Pub Med
you will get much more reliable information and you will learn a lot
more about your materials!
- There are a bunch of sites that will provide hours and hours of
reading (tons of useful information) about naturals and their chemical
components, as well as synthetics and compounds - here are a few of my
Bookmark these sites and spend some time following the links and
becoming familiar with the information (and additional
links/resources) they provide. Most vendors well known on this list
(Eden Botanicals, Natures Gift, Sunrose Aromatics, White Lotus) also
have copious amounts of information and links on their sites. I am
sure others here could add many more but this is a start.
- Whatever you do, don't believe the assertion that making perfumes
using aroma chemicals is the same as using naturals and that you can
learn everything you need to know in a class that only covers
naturals!! There is a lot of overlap in general technique, but if you
are going to use aromachems, do yourself (and your pocket book) a
favor and, as is good practice with naturals, learn how to use them
effectively and safely. Aromachems can be very unstable and sensitive
to degradation due to light and temperature, they often require
solvents other than alcohol, there are compounds as well as individual
aroma chemicals and the dilutions at which you would use them varies
CHECK OUT SOME OTHER GROUPS:
- Give your chemophobia a rest (and brace yourself for the equally
irrational and perverse chemophelia you will encounter) and bring an
open mind! While I do not personally use aroma chemicals or
synthetics, my time on these lists has definitely honed my skills and
technique, and has made me look at naturals with a renewed interest in
their active chemical components and infused my creative efforts with
much needed precision, analysis and discipline:
Perfume Making is Jenny's group, there's a wealth of informative files
and links, and she has put together a couple of excellent power point
presentations. Discussion is lively, enthusiastic and fairly ad hoc,
though Jenny is great about introducing specific topics and questions,
and generating more focused discussions as well.
Manufacture and Design of Perfumes is Jo's group, and has more of a
collaborative classroom format. Class sessions might focus on a
discussion of a half dozen materials (natural and synthetic), a pop
quiz on some aspect of the history of perfume, or a discussion with
exercises on fixation, tincturing or solvents.
Early perfumes is Sally's group, and focuses on more academic and
early historical creation and use of perfume and scent. She has
written an excellent book and is extremely knowledgeable.
- Regardless of the group(s) you join, once there, spend some time
digging through the archives. This will give you an idea of the range
of topics that have been discussed, answer lots of questions before
you have formed them, and will make the questions you do ask once you
join the discussion more specific and useful Do this with any group
you join but especially one that has been around for a while or has
substantial archives - hell - join NP and mine those archives (if they
have not been deleted or selectively culled for the exclusive
reference of the owner.) The first couple years of posts on that
group are a wealth of information from some VERY talented and
accomplished perfumers (including industry professionals incognito)
who have long since moved on, weary of all the drama and politics that
can hijack the best of groups.
- Be willing to put in the time with your materials - books are
excellent references, and lectures can be tremendously informative,
but nothing, and I mean *NOTHING* takes the place of sitting down and
actively working with the materials: experimenting, formulating,
blending, evaluating, sharing, reformulating... the hours and days and
weeks you spend actively engaged in working with aromatics will be the
real education. Everything else - books, research, discussions,
groups, lectures - they are all optional.
- Work with your materials in dilution - it will save you unimaginable
amounts of money and will give you a better sense of how your perfume
is developing as you create it. I personally recommend using 5-10%
dilutions of most absolutes and 10-50% dilutions of eo's - it depends
on the odor intensity of the material you are working with. Create
your formula using these dilutions first, then add sufficient alcohol
to bring it to the appropriate strength (parfume, EDP, EDC, etc.)
- Invest in a scale sensitive to a hundredth of a gram, and learn to
use it - you will get infinitely more precise and reproducible results
if you do! Jen at lotioncrafter has a decent selection as well as a
useful comparison you can read to help you decide which one you want.
Ebay is also a great resource for equipment, from lab glass to
ultrasonic cleaners/baths to use in tincturing and as an aid in
finishing/melding dilutions and perfumes (in fact I do believe that's
where the instructor of an $800 on line course just recently purchased
- Form a local study group, or find a couple local partners in crime.
Swap perfumes, offer each other feedback, collaborate on a perfume,
or a collection of scented balms, or put together a
tincturing/infusing workshop. It builds community and supports your
habit, and happens to be a lot of fun to boot.
- Try a variety of materials, from a variety of vendors and regions.
All lavenders/vetivers/lemons/roses are not created equal, nor are the
aromatics that are derived from them.
- Don't limit the development of your nose to the perfumer's organ!
Take a wine tasting course. Learn to cook outside your comfort zone -
take an Indian, Mediterranean, Asian cooking class. Plant a fragrant
garden. All of these will propel you along the path of training your
senses inform your work with aromatic materials.
Last, but most certainly not least - don't be afraid to think for
yourself. The more stridently anyone insists that *they* are the
expert and that *you* need the training or information they are
selling, the more you ought to slow down, look around, and consider
all your options first.
If you think this is useful information - please feel free to forward
it to aspiring students, post to other lists, blogs, etc.,
Tuesday, July 24, 2007
Boucher: Diana Leaving Her Bath
I often have the question posed to me, "How often should I get a facial?"
The skin takes approximately one month to renew itself. During this period, cells are migrating from deep below the surface. By the end of roughly 33 days, a new layer of old skin cells have migrated to the surface of the skin. In order to maintain freshness and a healthy complexion, a professional cleansing once a month will remove dead cells, exfoliate patchiness and keep your skin looking soft.
Even though you brush your teeth and floss twice or three times a day, regular visits to the dentist are necessary to remove deep down plaque. Just as your hair shows regrowth, your skin also requires maintenance facials in order to allow the natural removal of old skin cells so that newer skin shines forth.
Photo: Titian: Venus
Sensitive skin and Rosacea sufferers deserve better! Between that hot sun and your own body's reactions to just about everything, it's time you discovered how effective the natural combination of pure raw honey and floral toners can be on your poor, overwrought face.
The most important practice you can incorporate into your skin care program (besides obtaining a floral toning mist) is: A monthly soothing facial treatment. This helps to regulate inflammatory responses to outer irritants.
The Summer sun is either your best friend or worst enemy. Which would you like it to be?
If you also regularly use a product containing salicylic acid or benzyl peroxide, the months of July and August can see an increase in surface dryness with an underlying condition of over activity to balance out the parched skin surface.
Doing this with regular monthly visits to me for professional fine tuning will keep the surface of your skin hydrated while staving off excess oils and keep your skin free from bacteria, the number one cause of breakouts.
Doing this will reduce sebaceous over activity.
Every skin care treatment I perform uses hydrosols. These precious liquid by-products of steam distillation are the gentlest, most affirmative botanical toners available to us. these liquids are the result of the water used create essential oils. The steam from the process is re-directed into a collection vessel and can be used to tone the skin.
I never dilute or adulterate my hydrosols. Depending upon the time of year, we can select from a variety of toning hydrosols.
This time of year, I am using Jasmine and Rose Hydrosols. These divinely fragrant waters refresh the skin while providing a sweet burst of nectar scented liquid. The skin accepts and absorbs these toners with no sensitivity and no extra load of preservatives or chemicals.
My Bulgarian And Indian Rose Hydrosols calm over-heated skin while assisting in easing red and inflamed flushing.
I use my Jasmine Hydrosol, - in addition to its glorious aroma - for its ability to soothe mature, over-exposed complexions. There is truly nothing more luxurious feeling than the sensation of being drenched in Jasmine!
Other Hydrosols I use for my skin care services include
- Lavender (Anti-inflammatory, soothing, calming)
- Rosemary (Stimulating, cleansing, detoxifying)
- Rose Geranium (Mature conditions, Rosacea)
- Calendula (broken skin, lesions)
I have combined Raw local honey with the finest Rose and Jasmine Hydrosols found on earth to protect mature, dry, sensitive skin as well as clear and hydrate oily, broken out complexions.
This luxurious, nourishing and protection service is only $25.00 from July 23 through August 21, 2007
....And by the way, in order to join the newsletter (and catch all my special offers) log onto
my website and sign up right on my front page.
I already mentioned in my newsletter that August relates to skin conditions that are vulnerable to heat.
The skincare service I designed for this period specifically addresses these concerns.
There is no way I could have designed a service to assist all of my clients without including honey. This miraculous substance has been used throughout history as a wound healing unguent.
Honey is the main ingredient in Ambrosia, a mythical sweet nectar drunk by the Gods and Goddesses of all civilizations. It was used to clean and disinfect wounds, preserve beauty, and even as recently as 2005, there was a study siting honey's superiority over drugs in the case of serious burns. Honey heals the skin, mends the pores and reduces the likelihood of post wound reactions.
Here is an excerpt from an article that lists naturally occurring hydrogen peroxide as a reaction to using honey on a wound
Honey is a traditional topical treatment for infected wounds. It can be effective on antibiotic-resistant strains of bacteria.
Honey is produced from many different floral sources and its antibacterial activity varies with origin and processing. Honey selected for clinical use should be evaluated on the basis of antibacterial activity levels determined by laboratory testing.
The antibacterial properties of honey include the release of low levels of hydrogen peroxide. Some honeys have an additional phytochemical antibacterial component.
Many authors support the use of honey in infected wounds and some suggest its prophylactic use on the wounds of patients susceptible to MRSA and other antibiotic-resistant bacteria.
Monday, April 16, 2007
The Lovers’ Dance
A burgeoning rod pierces the enveloping void.
A delicate, succulent sprout springs from dormancy and germinates within the earth’s womb. It rises, bursting with new life.
The copulation leading to union of thrust and encompassment is the basis of all creation.
Our chosen creations, be they physical or subtle are the children of our skillful juggling between action and nonactivity.
Learning Not To Do
I have recently acquired some 15th and 17th century singing bowls. A note was included with them that advised me to“Let the bowls be your teacher” The Bowls remain stationary and silent until my action sets their voices in motion. The bowls can be struck or rimmed. The resulting chimes and unique metallic drones contain a rich vibrational span of fundamental notes, sub and supra microtones that last for several minutes. The bowls are equally spellbinding to hear as well as play.
I find myself, as a beginner wanting to do too much. The arrow of stimulation excites me. I often thrust, or in this case, strike or rim a bit too aggressively. I notice when I give in to my desire to overplay the bowls that I miss the equally important act of receiving the tone. Music is an intimate dance of doing and non-doing. I have to remind myself to stop playing so much. To listen and take in the sounds. When I don’t stop to actively listen I can not evolve in the art of playing these sacred instruments. The economic, sensitive effort on my side results in a sweeter, fuller tone I am learning to cooperate with my bowls rather than attempting to control the experience.
Inspiration and it’s offspring, creation are dependent upon the relationship between tension and resolution, negative and positive energies. In the end, it once again all boils down to relishing and engaging with Yin and Yang.
Wednesday, January 31, 2007
An Ethereal Journey is a total Custom Blending experience.
Your perfume is created from scratch. It is birthed for you alone as a brand new work of art. It is made just for you and will never be offered to another soul.
We begin with a relaxed and totally off the clock session to arrive at your fragrance profile:
What are your favorite smells? Let's include them.
What perfumes do you admire? I will integrate those aromas in your personalized scent.
What singular notes so you wish included in your perfume to make it especially for you? Rich floral Rose from Turkey? Spanish Saffron? The warmth of Vanilla? A mouth watering Chocolate or embracing Tea?
There are truly, so many indescribable luxuries in perfume that to list them all would demand far too much of your time. I promise you that your perfume will be composed of ingredients that perfectly satisfy and delight you.
After clarifying the aromas that excite and inspire you as an idividual, The Ethereal Journey centers on your life. We revisit the most wonderful and amazing experiences you have so far experienced in your life. This is so that I can recreate your feelings arising from these events in your perfume.
We also take a look at your recurring life lessons in order to create a scent that
exquisitely expresses them. This is a mystical technique that allows you more control of those areas of your life that have perhaps left you feeling a bit overwhelmed. By putting fragrant echoes of these cyclical events, you gain mastery over them.
This initial scent profile session will leave you feeling validated, unique, and will open up a completely new and heightened sense of your specialness.
Fees for Service
Fees are discussed by phone. I offer an initial complimentary phone consultation to enjoy learning about perfume, further exploring your fragrance tastes, and to offer a n opportunity to discover whether we are a good fit.
The formal Ethereal Journey has two levels. They both include a biographical writeup with your perfume. From time to time, I offer abbreviated versions of a custom perfume depending upon individual circumstances.
You are always welcome to phone me at the studio: 973 697-3628. I will answer any questions you have regarding your perfume needs.
Friday, January 26, 2007
Monday, January 22, 2007
You will receive:
A personalized phone session in which we create a profile that will be used for your perfume
Several samples of your perfume biography you may keep while choosing the version you love most.
One third ounce of your finished perfume
A written documentation of your life that elevates your journey into a truly mythic legend.
I will put all the names of the interested Ethereal Voyagers into a bowl and pick one at random.
In order to create a perfect aromatic fit, which is the promised result of an Ethereal Journey, special ordered materials,tinctures as well as total immersion in you and you alone are necessary. The price tag for this kind of work reflects this demanding effort.
This rollback fee will not happen again.
Feel free to call or email me. Click here for my phone and email www.gailadrian.com
During the month Of February, Book a 60 minute European facial and receive a free mini-facial with it.
Lay down in a garden-scented room. Listen to especially chosen music designed to completely relax you. Fall into a total relaxed state while I rub, massage, clarify and tone your skin.
And your feet! AHHHHH your little tootsies. With every European facial, I include an aromatic hot towel wrap and pepperminty fresh lotion designed to soften your feet.
Best of all, you can bring a friend, lover, enemy that you want to tame and they will receive a mini facial FOR FREE!!!!
This special offer must be pre-booked and both facials must take place at the same time.
Spaces are filling up fast. To book your facial, call the Duane Edwards Salon at 973.328.9010.
For more information about the salon, click on the title line of this post and you will be directed to the salon's website.
"What three defining memories?"
"What is the most important quality in a mate?"
These three examples of the types of questions you will be asked when embarking on an
A customized perfume biography includes, but is hardly limited to your favorite scents.
Let me create an aromatic calling card for you. Together, we can explore and distill your life into an exquisite expression of your own special life story.
Are you a gentle floral? If you find you prefer a quiet romantic night with your beloved, we can mix an aphrodisiacal bouquet of rich Roses, Erotic Asian Blossoms such as Osmanthus or Ginger Lily.
Are you the guest everyone thinks to invite when they want their party to be a success? Then adorable and piquant spicy notes of Clove, Saffron and tart celery scents can add a teasing quality to your aura when you enter the room.
If the Spiritual Life inspires you, adding resinous Frankincense and other Incense notes. We can include loamy Patchouli and perk it up with green, angular qualities found in Angelica or Tarragon. If you love Musks, we can add a smoky sexy base that will make your skin smell irresistible.
You would never think of drinking or eating out of someone Else's plate, so why would you be satisfied with applying the same perfume everyone else wears?
You are a unique and special individual! Let's celebrate you by creating a never before worn perfume!
30 minute Mini-Facial Revitalize
Exfoliating honey massage
Healing Rosewater spray
Vitamin C hydrating finalizing creme
60 minute Cleansing Facial
Exfoliating Facial Massage
Clarifying Toning and Hydration
Relaxation massage of the shoulders and neck
90 Minute Energy Massage
A unique Massage of the Feet, Head, Arms, Legs
Very special relaxation techniques using the body's own energy systems
You will be massaged specifically at key body points to create relaxation, clear toxic buildup as well as energize you.
Saturday, January 20, 2007
Energy Creates Beauty
Energy Sustains Beauty
Energy is what people recognize as beauty.
Energy is the force that animates all the positive as well as negative effects we see around us in the physical world.
Your Energy surrounds you in concentric rings of force fields or like an onion. These energetic fields are perpetually influenced by and in turn influence the physical body. Energy is particularly sensitive to emotions. As you feel so you receive. Emotions are fuel for getting and having whatever you desire.
Energy is weaving swirling movement. Energy is a huge influence on our body's desire for homeostasis http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/homeostasis
Homeostasis is not a state that recognizes positive or negative states, it just maintains whatever our body/mind has adapted to. That is why it is always important to think, then act, then create healthy habits.
The most important responsibility we can take on, is being accountable for our state of mind and body. If we maintain health in mind and body, we can be absolutely sure that we will be capable of caring for our loved ones and contributing to the greatest good in this world.
Maintaining this natural state of giving is very beautiful and everyone around you cannot help but notice your very special glow.
a slender form
a youthful clear face
True beauty is an expanded context. The pleasure we feel when we are in the presence of real, true beauty is our internal reaction to aligned vibrations of perfectly balanced energy. When the energy of a being is balanced and aligned, it is unmistakably beautiful no matter how the physical form has organized its parts.
This is a therapeutic session dedicated to harmonizing the energy flows within and around you using systems of Intuitive Touch, Reiki and Energy Meridians.
You will be gently stimulated where you were lethargic.
You will have an opportunity to release physically held emotions by gentle massage techniques.
Recurrent worries and niggling anxieties will be addressed and new insights will assist you in integrating habitual emotional roadblocks
Your Face will be lovingly cleansed, toned and detoxified with the finest botanicals and state of the art serums.
- Deep Cleansing and Toning with formulations chosen specifically for each individual
- Peptide Exfoliation Masque
- Eye massage and treatment
- Antioxidant and healing serums
Gentle hands-on relaxation techniques of the arms, legs, Chakra areas and Head
It's time, Change your flow, Change your life.
Wednesday, January 17, 2007
4 Simple Steps to Getting Whatever You Want
Care about nothing else
Never let it out of your sight
Make everything that you choose to do relates to your goal
Learn to Recognize Your Gifts
That which you did not work to have or achieve
The aspects of you that create joy for you and others
All those things that come to you without effort on your part
Areas of your life that you wish didn’t repeat themselves.
Difficult parts of your emotions that you need to work harder to master.
Specific groups or individuals challenge your ability to be your higher self.
Unique situations that you thought you would never have chosen for yourself.
Practice Non Attachment:
(Easiest after having worked with One-pointedness)
The journey toward having what you desire should be as satisfying as the attainment.
It is common to receive variations on what you thought you were asking for.
This is normal and very important.
It occurs because what you thought you were concentrating on and where you put your attention and intention were misaligned.
Meticulously examine and analyze what you got and ask yourself why this could be?
Be curious- Explore and question your results.
Practicing these acts will lead you to a new stage requiring greater mastery over your mind/emotions.
Dispassionately examine each action you take.
Pay particular attention to the interrelatedness of your results and gifts.
Cleanse yourself with gratitude
You cannot create change until you love What Is.Loving the Now creates a fabulous future.
Please feel free to leave me questions, comments, and sharings!