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Jiva-Apoha is Soul-Healing.
We are getting ready for the long overdue Summer of Love between Father’s Day and Summer Solstice.
How will you bring in the JOY?

Introducing
MUKTI (FREEDOM) BODY

 

Now available in all sizes
All Natural Sesame & Sunflower oils. 100% Pure Essential Sandalwood & Champa oils.

Relieving • Delightful
 

MUKTI simply means FREEDOM in Sanskrit, a word that surely deserves all capital letters. This blend is an olfactory tribute to the Summer of Love— 1969, when so many people discovered that compassion, kindness and respect was the new currency for one of the most exciting and continually inspiring periods in American History. Nowhere is this idea more prescient than when Richie Havens opened Woodstock with the song “Freedom”. He was the harbinger of a revolution. The elements of MUKTI remind us that even during the most uncertain of times, harmony is possible. MUKTI’s Sandalwood and Indian Champa represent new beginnings and fertile imaginations—the unmistakable, treasured scent of Nag Champa incense (originally created by Satya Sai Baba several decades ago), but a bit breezier, lighter and nuanced; created with the senses firmly rooted in luxury and Ayurvedic purity and integrity. MUKTI is an ideal body oil for warmer weather because of its light texture and fresh, intoxicating fragrance. MUKTI’s  mysterious chemistry with human skin must be experienced: different facets of the blend will come forward or step back, and It gets better even when you’re sweating during workouts, but the fragrance will barely be noticed by anyone but you, as it wears close to the skin. This is the kind of scent that thrives with warm weather and physical activity. The creamy facets and cheerful dispositions of both milky, soothing Sandalwood and the semi-sweet floral Champa  (the oil from Champaca Blooms) join together make MUKTI your new must-have all-natural giddiness inducing therapeutic body treatment oil!

Adventures at the Kumbh Mela:
Allahabad, India
The stampede begins at 7pm. Thousands of passengers are gathered at the Allhabad Railway Station in northeast India, headed home after spending the day dipping themselves in the holy waters at Sangam, the mythical place where the Yamuna, Ganges and Sarawat rivers merge. It is the day of Mauni Amavasya, the most auspicious for such a dip during the month and half long festival of the Kumbh Mela. Thirty-six lives will be claimed. (read more...)
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