Veganism is a lifestyle and probably one of the hardest choices a person has to make.
In a world where animals are considered as one of the biggest resources for living, almost all of the products we see in the market such as food, clothes, cosmetics, body care, and etc. are derived from animals. Fortunately, more people are embracing the vegan concept and now you can find products that won't harm animals and shall reduce your environmental footprint.
Here are 5 perfect gift ideas from Spirit Nest that will surely delight your Vegan Friends. Now, you won't have trouble in finding the right products to give that are not only animal cruelty-free but 100% vegan safe to consume.
The full moon is a witches' best friend. This pair of vegan boots will surely make your witchy friend cackle with joy as she rides with pride on her broom stick! This original Spirit Nest design is digitally made on high-quality artificial PU leather.
You're vegan friend will not only smell great but also feel fantastic when you add this certified organic, vegan, cruelty-free, non-GMO, aluminum-free, soy-free deodorant to your holiday presents! It will keep you dry and fresh and will not leave stains/mark on your top...It is handmade with love and is formulated with organic essential oils such as Lavender, Lemon, Cypress, and Rosemary.
A calming and soothing blend of fresh lavender and rosemary, this candle definitely will take your vegan witchy friend to another level of relaxation. Its original formula is suitable meditation and staging rituals, perfect this upcoming holiday season! It is made from 100% soy wax and hand-poured in gorgeous mason jars.
A spiritual gathering isn't complete without the Witches' Sacred Smudge! This ritual incense has a rich, earthy aromatic scent which is often used as a circle incense for cleansing or meditation. This incense is also 100% vegan.
One of the most thoughtful and practical gifts to give this winter season is this luxurious Witches' Tea Organic Day Cream. It will keep the skin moisturized and will also replenish your skin's natural glow. It is also formulated with organic essential oils that will leave your skin smelling fresh and magickal. And it's also vegan safe!
Looking to REALLY SPOIL your loved ones? Get them these amazing vegan and organic bath and body gift sets:
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As we transition out of the blazing heat of July, we begin to slowly shift into the cooler days of the harvest season. With the coming of August, we enter the first of the three harvest festivals known as Lughnasadh. Lughnasadh (also known as the Lammas or the grain harvest) is one of the eight sabbats of the Wheel of the Year that marks the start of the harvest season. This is the time of which we begin to reap the rewards of the labor we’ve put in the last few months and give thanks to the earth for its abundant harvest. However, Lughnasadh also means we begin preparation for the cooler months of the second half of the year and begin to shift our focus towards the act of slowing down. Therefore, this is a very significant time of mental and physical change for everyone. And today, we’re going to talk all about it.
In this article, we're going to go over everything having to do with Lughnasadh. From its history to its correspondences, traditions, and a few ways you can celebrate it today, let’s dive in and get started with everything you need to know about this merry sabbat.
The moon is considered to be one of the most divine sources of healing energy when it comes to spiritual practices. Connecting directly with our soul energy, ritual practices have been based around lunar cycles for centuries. From dances in the woods on the full moon to powerful intention-setting rituals on new moons, the moon guides us to journey within ourselves to set our inner magic free. But if dancing naked in the forest isn’t your thing, don’t worry, there are plenty of other ways to harness the moon’s energy in a modern sense, and one of the most popular ways to do that is through moon water.
Moon water is one of the most simple and common practices to perform to collect the moon’s energy and can be done in just a few minutes by anyone with access to water and a container. Here's a simple beginner's guide to making moon water at home and how you can use it in your daily spiritual practices.