Earthly Treasures

When we ground ourselves and reconnect with our bodies and nature, we can experience miraculous healing benefits. Each of my picks this season support and nurture our own limitless self-healing capacity.

BEAUTY

Created by an herbalist, Naturopathica works magic on my skin with the natural healing properties of plants. The brand has been around for decades but it's about to step into the spotlight – and with the level of mastery. I love that it not only has a skincare line, but also hair products because finding shampoo without all harsh ingredients can be the biggest challenge.

> www.naturopathica.comFOOD

 

STYLE

My new favorite piece is the Satya mala beads – I chose the smoky topaz, which is known for radiating positive energy. All of the designs incorporate semi-precious stones and sacred symbols making them a spirit lover's dream.

The best part? The company set up the Satya Foundation – an organization that has raised over $1 million for children’s groups throughout the world.

> www.satyajewelry.com

 

FOOD

There's a fermented food trend spreading through NYC and while it's new to us, it's quite ancient to the rest of the world – and I can't get enough of it. If you asked me five years ago if I'd ever make my own sauerkraut, I would have looked at you like you were crazy, but now it seems completely normal and totally doable.

Fermented foods are known for their healing properties for intestinal health, which contributes to our overall immunity and well-being – an important food group

 

SPIRIT

Quick fixes are usually not sustainable, but there's one exception to this rule. It's called EFT, which stands for Emotional Freedom Technique, a tapping method focused on acupressure points on our body that we can do ourselves easily while commuting to work, sitting at our desk, or walking. Why is this magical?

It will instantly reduce stress, anxiety and even pain. Learn more from the founder, Nick Ortner on his website.

> www.thetappingsolution.com

 

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