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~Welcome to a new week~



hug How do I listen to others?

 

As if everyone were my master

 

speaking to me

 

their cherished

 

last

 

words.



Image: Postcard by Nouvelle Images
Poem: Author- Hafiz. from the book Mala of the Heart
both available in our store:)


Click on these links below to watch a brief interview with our Holistic Health Coach Katie McDonald and also learn how to make all natural, home-made Almond Milk!

http://allthatmatters.com/viewVideo.cfm?id=193 - Interview



http://allthatmatters.com/viewVideo.cfm?id=194 - Almond Milk

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beach reading Books to Beach with...


Looking for that perfect beach accessory? What better way to kill time in the sand and sun then with a book of your liking!

Here are three books that we would love to reccommend to you for your next day of relaxation.

 

For the love of Yoga..check outsubtle body

THE SUBTLE BODY: The Story of Yoga in America

by Stefanie Syman

 

Syman begins her embracive and illuminating history of yoga in America by discussing how polymorphous a practice yoga has become. From an age-old spiritual tradition in India designed to enable disciples to gain mastery over their bodies to attain the divine, yoga has morphed over the last century and a half into a form of exercise so mainstream, people performed yoga poses on the White House lawn during Easter celebrations—a sight no one would have imagined when yoga first scandalized Americans with its frank approach to every aspect of physical life, from breathing to sex. From Thoreau, the first American yogi, to the earliest yogis from India in America, including the influential Swami Vivekananda who arrived in 1893, Syman profiles a great array of colorful yogis and yoga teachers while chronicling with remarkable knowledge and wit all the permutations yoga has undergone. Of particular pleasure and discovery are Syman's coverage of yoga in Hollywood, the profound social changes propelling the union of yoga and psychedelics in the hippie era, and the yoga for success of more recent vintage.

 

For the Activist..

New Self New World

by Phillip SherpherdNewSelfNewWorldCover2

New Self, New World challenges the primary story of what it means to be human, the random and materialistic lifestyle that author Philip Shepherd calls our “shattered reality.” This reality encourages us to live in our heads, self-absorbed in our own anxieties. Drawing on diverse sources and inspiration, New Self, New World reveals that our state of head-consciousness falsely teaches us to see the body as something we possess and to try to take care of it without ever really learning how to inhabit it. Shepherd articulates his vision of a world in which each of us enjoys a direct, unmediated experience of being alive. He petitions against the futile pursuit of the “known self” and instead reveals the simple grace of just being present. In compelling prose, Shepherd asks us to surrender to the reality of “what is” that enables us to reunite with our own being. Each chapter is accompanied by exercises meant to bring Shepherd’s vision into daily life, what the author calls a practice that “facilitates the voluntary sabotage of long-standing patterns.” New Self, New World is at once a philosophical primer, a spiritual handbook, and a roaming inquiry into human history.

 

For the Food Lover..

Animal, Vegetable, Miracleanimal-vegetable-miracle

by Barbara Kingsolver

 

This book chronicles the year that Barbara Kingsolver, along with her husband and two daughters, made a commitment to become locavores–those who eat only locally grown foods. This first entailed a move away from their home in non-food-producing Tuscon to a family farm in Virginia, where they got right down to the business of growing and raising their own food and supporting local farmers. For teens who grew up on supermarket offerings, the notion not only of growing one's own produce but also of harvesting one's own poultry was as foreign as the concept that different foods relate to different seasons. While the volume begins as an environmental treatise–the oil consumption related to transporting foodstuffs around the world is enormous–it ends, as the year ends, in a celebration of the food that physically nourishes even as the recipes and the memories of cooks and gardeners past nourish our hearts and souls. Although the book maintains that eating well is not a class issue, discussions of heirloom breeds and making cheese at home may strike some as high-flown; however, those looking for healthful alternatives to processed foods will find inspiration to seek out farmers' markets and to learn to cook and enjoy seasonal foods.







 




 




 




 


























 
















 

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SPRINGING INTO SUMMER!!

Check out these great deals in our store for fabulous summer savings!



Dr. Hauschka Deals:

 

20% off All Decorative Cosmetics
Introducing the Summer Impressions Collection:
New, limited-edition bronzers, powder duos and make-up palettes.
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Inside all of life, beauty lives. Revealing your beauty is a gift to the world and an appreciation of yourself. When you give your beauty to the world, the world reflects it back upon you tenfold. Dr.Hauschka Decorative Cosmetics come from nature. Made from botanicals and natural minerals, they not only enhance your beauty—they nurture your skin, helping you make it healthy, fresh and beautiful. Beauty is yours to embrace. Live life naturally. Live life beautifully.



Also, all Intensive Treatments, including Regenerating Day Creams - Eye Creams - Serums, ALL 20% off! Look your best this season:)




 

 

To compliment your look, add an Envirosax for all those runs to the Farmers Market..

 

Buy one Envirosax Bag and get the other 50%off!

 

Choose from Linen, Sling Sax or the Original, all in many colorful styles.

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Happy Shopping!

 




 

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