• Everything Pink!

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    everything pink and spiritual pink

    Pink is all the rage these days, just like unicorns! While we love the color pink, we wanted to see if there was any deeper meaning for this color. It turns out pink is a symbol for love and peace. It represents femininity, the heart chakra and is a symbol of spring. Perhaps people are drawn to pink right now because as the world gets smaller and we all come together our desire is for peace, love and big hearts. 

    Here are a few things you can add to your spiritual practice that bring pink into your world...


    pink mandala tapestry

    The mandala is a symbol in Buddhism and Hinduism representing the universe. These gorgeous round Indian mandala tapestry is perfect for meditation, the beach or yoga. Poly/cotton blend means it doesn't shrink and you can wash and go. Bring spirit to your workout or your relaxation with this intricate mandala design. Namaste! Approximately 5 feet diameter. $14.99, shop here


    Signature blend hippie oil


    Essential oils have been used in prayer and healing for centuries. They can help to open the mind during meditation, having energizing or calming properties, and can help release chemicals in the brain that aid what your soul needs. Using the finest therapeutic grade essential oils of pink grapefruit, lavender, geranium, sweet orange, patchouli, sandalwood and amber resin, this luscious blend invokes a sense of peace and tranquillity wherever you may be. We call it the ultimate "hippie oil"! Place a few drops around your room, in a diffuser, or on your skin. $30, shop here


    Pink faux human skull

    Before you scream at us for being morbid, realize that in Buddhism and Hinduism the skull is a strong spiritual symbol. The Buddhist consider emptiness as a quality of the universe and the skull is the ultimate symbol of emptiness. It's a good thing. To Hindus this is the natural progression of life and the skull symbol is often used on necklaces and malas to representing the ability to conquer death. These faux human skulls are made from resin and the pink takes it to a whole new artistic level. We love these in your office or living room as a reminder that each experience is new to you! 7" tall. $39.99, shop here 


    mala beads with pink tassels

    Mala beads, or prayer beads, are used in meditation to count your mantras. This beautiful mala is handmade with rhodolite garnet beads. These beads represent the heart chakra and receive and radiate the frequency of love. The pink tassel is an added touch of pink joy. $325, shop here

    1.4.3 (I LOVE YOU) CANDLE

    1.4.3. I love you soy candle

    While this candle isn't pink, it's all about love so we had to include it. 1.4.3 is code for I Love You. Pure essential oils blended to manifest love: coconut, rose, and vanilla. All cotton wick, recycled glass and all made in the USA. Set your intention and light... $20, shop here

    Here's to a pink spring and summer

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  • Meet The Maker: Mirah Naturals Skincare and Mala Beads

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    mirah naturals natural skincare

    You don't always associate skincare with spirituality. Mirah Naturals owner Sarah LLoyd infuses all of her products with high quality ingredients, spirit, and good vibes. Natural skin products are essential to treating yourself with love. Mirah Naturals goes one step further with intention behind their creations- giving you skincare with a soul.

    What is your definition of faith?

    Faith is an inner knowing that that once acknowledged, grows ever stronger.

    How would you define spirituality?

    For me it is not a specific god or deity, it is a feeling of oneness with the universe, a kinship with its energy and a deep connection with the Divine.

    Would you consider yourself spiritual or faithful? Or is there a difference?

    Faith is a foundation that gives me surety, while my spirituality facilitates guidance from the heart.

    Do you have specific rituals that you do in relation to your faith (meditation, prayer, celebrations, etc)?

    The practice of being grateful is omnipresent in each of my days. 

    Do you think it’s important for youth to have faith? Why?

    Faith isn’t something you can hurry as we're all on our own unique journey to self awareness and inner knowing.  Self awareness, self worth and inner love are wonderful gifts at any age.

    Do you share your faith with others or keep it private?

    The path I have chosen allows me to draw on my faith to benefit others which is truly rewarding however the essence of my faith remains deeply personal.

    Do you buy gifts, items for your house or items that you wear that are related to faith or spirituality?

    I love anything that naturally cleanses, clears and smells beautiful.  The Mirah range of products are so therapeutic for me; one of my favourites being the Signature Blend essential oil. 

    I wear my malas each and every day.  Handcrafted using ethically sourced gemstones and crystals, they provide a deep connection to universal energy and go to work on my behalf immediately!

    Did your faith influence you in business and/or what you are creating?

    Divine sprit guides and fills me with inner peace to create tools of transformation; providing healing, balancing and the ability to grow.

    Do you have any places that remind you of your faith or feel spiritual to you?

    My spirituality sees me tap into the quiet spaces that exist in nature.  I've many that I connect with in my hometown of Perth and my favourite island retreat, Bali.

    hyde park perth

    Pink Lake Kalbarri

    Ubud Bali


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