We believe that if you slow down the busy pace of your life, it can help you restore your life’s balance and find beauty and happiness in the smallest of things. During the hectic holiday season, it’s important to pause and reflect on this happiness. We designed our latest limited edition, The Ritual of Anahata, to help you slow down and embrace the diversity of the human soul.
Anahata is the heart chakra and the inspiration behind our newest collection. When its door is open, you surround yourself and those around you with unconditional love. From everything to our iconic foaming shower gel to our innovative massage candle, all of the products in The Ritual of Anahata collection make wonderful gifts for your loved ones or for yourself. And like all of our collections, it starts with quality ingredients that soothe both body and soul.
Rosewood, the healing tree
Rosewood is a famous tree that originated in the Punjab state of India. Famous for its beautiful smell and multi-faceted uses, it has become one of the most widely used and prized materials in India. Its leaves and sap are used to treat a variety of conditions: from chronic skin issues to heart disease. Rosewood is also closely associated with the heart chakra, and contains a healing and compassionate energy.
Pine for emotional health
The Ritual of Anahata doesn’t just include pine for its festive, holiday scent. It is also strongly associated with the purification of ritual areas and new homes. Meditating with pine gives one the energy to stay the course during difficult times. It is also said that sitting beneath a pine tree can renew both physical and mental energy.
A collection to open your heart
We believe the most beautiful gift you can give is one wrapped in kindness, attention and love. The Ritual of Anahata is therefore the ideal gift to treat yourself or others to during the holidays. Illuminate the path to compassion with the scented candle or spread some love with the body cream. Whatever product you choose, you’re giving the gift of a beautiful experience—and isn’t that what the holidays are all about?