Rise Towards Your Inner Higher Being I would venture to say we have all been in one at some point of our lives-that is, an elevator. Bit of a misnomer actually. The name “elevator” only applies when the unit is going up! On its way down, it’s descending. And something descending, is certainly not elevating.
Building a Sacred Space Earth is full of wonderfully, sacred places. From the most well-known; Machu Picchu, Mecca, the Giza Plateau and Stonehenge to the more obscure, such as the vortices of Sedona and the ley lines along the vast quartz deposits in Arkansas. Many would say that all of Nature, in her majesty, is
Transparency & Sustainability We love when our customers want to know more about what makes us tick. We have recently been asked about the binding agent for THIRD EYE WOOD’s Palo Santo Pyramids. Thanks for asking! We appreciate the opportunity to contribute to your knowledge of our company. We call that transparency! Our binding agent
Elizabeth (Betsy) Collins is a Ph.D candidate conducting a research project on the sacred Palo Santo tree. We recently had the opportunity to connect with her for a Q&A while she was out in the field. The result is a fascinating look at the her story, research, and specialized take on the state of the
Transparency & Sustainability We recently answered the question “Is Palo Santo Endangered” using general research we compiled on Palo Santo. During that time, we also presented our Peruvian partners with specific questions regarding the vulnerability of the Palo Santo THIRD EYE WOOD purchases from Peru, and about how the regulations to protect the species impact
OK… So it’s time to call out the “dirty deed doers.” Not all Palo Santo is sourced nor delivered ethically, so it’s up to us—the Palo lover and user— to make sure we are choosing Palo Santo that has been collected, prepared and delivered with integrity. Here’s the head’s up… Palo Santo is not blonde
Incorporating Palo Santo into your Yoga practice is a mindful way to elevate your experience. This sacred wood incense is revered for its ability to assist in meditative practices and rituals by releasing botanical chemicals called terpenes which open neuro-pathways and oxygenate brain cells, thus promoting feelings of positivity, relaxation, grounding and balance. The
Palo Santo Tea Do you know Palo Santo can be made into a tea? Indigenous people use the holy wood for tea to bolster the immune system and to remedy colds, headaches, and inflammation. It’s a perfect winter tonic to enhance your own natural defenses. Try this simple recipe and experience the magic for yourself.
Why Burn Palo Santo? Palo Santo, known as “wood of the saints” is a sacred wood originating from Bursera graveolens, a species of tree native to Peru and other parts of South America. Burning Palo Santo is known to have a variety of benefits from energy healing to repelling insects. Delight in the beautiful aroma and uplifting
Making Insects Buzz Off for Generations You may already know that Palo Santo wood has over a dozen different amazing benefits to our everyday lives. In fact, here is a list of 8 benefits from us! But one benefit that is often overlooked and definitely underrated – it’s a natural insect repellent! Mosquitos, flies,