Feeling like you could use a little more calm during the transition from holiday to the everyday? Follow the way of Dao and embrace ingredients that have been used in Chinese medicine for centuries. Yi Yi Ren and white lotus make this collection the perfect companion for body and soul.
Wu Wei: It’s okay to do nothing
Lao Tzu, known as the father of Daoism, had some advice for you. “Doing nothing is better than being busy doing nothing,” he is famously quoted as saying, and his wisdom is just as relevant today as it was centuries ago. Wu Wei, or “non-doing,” is an important concept in Daoism. Rituals was inspired by it when designing The Ritual of Dao collection, using ancient Chinese ingredients to help you achieve more inner peace.
Yi Yi Ren for balance in the body
This medicine from China is translated into English as “Job’s Tears,” and is used to treat a variety of symptoms. Yi Yi Ren is known to relieve inflammation of joints and internal organs, and supports the Dao philosophy that yin and yang must be in balance for physical health. When these energies are equal, you are at peace with yourself and the world around you.
White lotus for peace of mind
This flower, native to southeastern Asia, is a powerful Buddhist symbol of purity. A pure mind, body and spirit are essential ingredients for tranquility, which is why we used it to compose The Ritual of Dao collection. The aroma leaves your skin with a delicate yet intriguing fragrance that is enlivened by a subtle spice and floral notes—allowing you to breathe in a sense of relaxation.
When you need help transitioning from vacation mode to your normal routines, The Ritual of Dao collection has everything you need to inspire your own bit of wu wei. From a soothing massage to a luxury bath, ancient Yi Yi Ren and white lotus are your solution to the hectic pace of modern-day life.