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I sense that, as women, we might be longing for connection more strongly these days – connection to others but also to our inner radiant beings. Tapping into our unique feminine power can be a way to create stability and strength, which are both much needed right now. It’s not something to put on the wait list – it is crucial right now as are all practices and routines that help and empower us. Don’t let the last weeks of this year rush you and push you around. Connect with your divine inner being and feminine power and navigate these times beautiful and strong.


Here are some of my favourite routines & tips on how to get back in touch with my divine feminine power.


Take a hot bath in nature’s divine essences

It’s one of the easiest things to do and yet so powerful: Taking a hot bath. These 15, 20 minutes in the bath tub can feel like a little escape from our busy lives and schedules. It’s a space for you to let go, relax and simply be – especially now that it’s getting colder outside. Dim the bright bathroom lights, light a candle and slide into the hot water… Instead of a foamy, artificial bubble bath, however, try a home-made bath mix with all natural essential oils: These oils capture nature’s pure divinity and beauty and are non-toxic compared to a lot of the “bath essences” that you normally come across. Here’s my recipe for a delicious self-care, self-love bath: Take 4 table spoons of sea salt and mix in 6 drops of a calming, relaxing or balancing essential oil. Tip: Start with 6 drops and go up or down 1-2 drops the next time if it wasn’t intense enough or too intense.

 For your inspiration, try these oils:

  • Clary Sage: I love clary sage on days when I feel a bit “cranky” or simply out of flow, when I sense I need good care, balance and alignment on a deeper level. I think of it as longings or needs that we women have. And indeed clary sage is an oil that is very beneficial for women: It’s a great during the days leading up to your menstruation (check out the blend against cramps!) and when you’re dealing with hormonal imbalances.

    It’s also supposed to help when you feel nervous, exhausted or anxious and when your muscles need relief and relaxation. Clary sage is hands-down one of my favourite and most-used oils. The smell is quite distinctive, though. It’s strong and herbaceous. I didn’t like it straight away, but then it really grew on me. Always remember, though, that our sense of smell is something very individual and that we all react differently to smells and how we like, or not like, an essential oil – so you always gotta try yourself. If you go for clary sage: Let me know what you think! Comment below or send me a message over on instagram. Also: Be careful with or even better avoid clary sage during pregnancy. Check with your practitioner first!

  • lavender: An allrounder and another one of my favourites! I love it dropped on my pillow at night, as a headache soother or in my bath tub! Lavender essential oil is balancing, calming, uplifting for your spirit and mood and helping you sleep. I love it mixed it with clary sage in my hot baths.

  • ylang: Is a very sensual and feminine oil. Ylang has an intense smell of tropical flowers and sweet-syrup notes. It can be too much for some, and for others it will be a sensual revelation of their femininity! It blends well with lavender: try a bath mix of 4 drops lavender + 1 drop ylang. You can also try 1 drop ylang, 2 drops of clary sage + 2 drop geranium. Good to know: Ylang is among the top hormone supporting essential oils for women of childbearing age as well as for perimenopausal and menopausal women.



Create a loving body care ritual & indulge yourself with the purest essences

Instead of rushing through your body care or mindlessly putting on some body lotion and make-up, create a loving ritual. Maybe take some time every evening before bed to oil your body or massage your feet. Or take time after a hot bath or your morning shower to anoint your body with a delicious body butter or a moisturizer in your favourite flavour. Turning part of your daily body care into a little ritual will create a new body-mind connection. And natural products can help us establish this connection: because they speak directly to our senses! They smell like pure flower blossoms, like spicy wood in a forest, like an orange freshly peeled. Every time I put on a blend of natural essences I am blown away by the pure goodness of the smell. Do you know this feeling? Using all natural poducts is a way of honouring yourself and your body. You are wearing the most divine smells that this Earth has to offer. I’ve recently felt this strongly when putting on my Poetic Pits Gingerlily. It’s a deodorant, but since it’s so pure and hence intense in its scent, you can easily make it your perfume, too! Try the Gingerlily if you long for grounding, earthy smells and energy. Try the Petals if you feel like intense, tropical flowers and sweetness with a touch of candy. Both are divine in their own way.


More products to indulge in:

For dry skin & skin that needs extra nourishment:

  • White Chocolate Raspberry Body Butter: This 100% natural, luxuriously rich body butter is made with unrefined cocoa, shea and mango butters to soothe and nourish dry skin. Crafted in small batches with only raw oils, pure butters and brightening anti-oxidants, this body moisturizer will quench your skin with nutrients.
  • Chocolate Best Skin Ever: Decadent sweet treat for your skin and senses! This delicious, nutritious libation for face & body packed with pure plant botanicals and rejuvenating essential oils. It’s also glorious as massage oil. Lets your skin languish in golden goodness.
  • Whole Again Nourishing Face Cream: This moisturizing and protective cream trains fragile skin to better defend itself against exterior irritants and makes your skin stronger. Nourishing, soothing, repairing.


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