At Bloom Healing Botanical Spa, we are using the quest for physical beauty and comfort as a path to awakening and enlightenment. The more loving and compassionate we are to ourselves – physically, emotionally, and spiritually – the more we are able to lavish our gifts upon the rest of the world. Impeccable self-care is paramount to living our best lives and being fully expressed, as the way we treat ourselves is the upper limit of how we can treat others.
Through the potency of whole plants, crystals, and the intentional human touch, we focus on nurturing and unburdening the body so that it can be its most vibrant and luminous self. Stepping away from aggressive and forceful self-care practices to embrace those rooted in love and appreciation, we are able to break inflammatory cycles. In so doing, we create space and possibility for the body to reclaim its natural state of health, beauty, and youthfulness.
The state of your skin is a reflection of your overall physical, emotional, and energetic health. Viewing a skin “problem” as an alert system, is a way to discover our imbalances and restrictions. Addressing the underlying cause, rather than the symptom, is the key to initiating true healing that can create lasting change. Your body is in constant communication with you – are you speaking the same language? What is your acne or rosacea trying to tell you?
The readily available nutrition and high vibe energy of plants assists the flow of our life force, and allows for increased awareness. Miracles abound, and our body’s ability to heal itself is one of them! Freed of the burden of chronic inflammation, our nervous system is able to unwind, giving us access to more possibilities.
What is the vibrational quality of your skin care products? Are they contributing to your overall health? Do they lift your spirits? Are your grooming or self-care practices based in self-love? Or loathing? What would it be like if you could truly know that there is nothing wrong with you? What could you be doing if you felt better? Are you grateful for, and in awe of, your body? Your very existence? What contribution could you be to the collective consciousness? What else is possible?