Mankind has used natural colors from the beginning of time. Rock art, ancient textiles, & art attest to the use of plants & minerals as dyes. The earliest written record of the use of natural dyes was found in China dated 2600BC.
Scientists look at â€œspiritualityâ€ as a mystical, irrational & invalidated process of personal escapism into the realms of the supernatural. Like most things modern day "scientists" dictate, these views are unfounded.
With brand-name soap companies spending tens of millions each year on misleading advertising claiming miraculously â€œcreamyâ€ soap or â€œpure milkâ€ even â€œskin lighteningâ€, itâ€™s important to understand what the truth is.
Itâ€™s increasingly common to hear people complain of â€œacidityâ€ or gastric problems. Usually poorly diagnosed till itâ€™s become chronic & often treated with antacids that are questionable in terms of safety & efficacy, acidity is a serious health concern.
The use of herbs, clays & other natural substances is not new. The legendary beauty of Cleopatra was said to be attributed to her use of Donkeyâ€™s milk infused with fresh almonds & honey. From Helen of Troy to Queen Zenobia of Palmyra, these ancient beauties used natural ingredients in their quest to stay beautiful & youthful.
We tend to forget that the human body is a marvelous piece of machinery that works continuously. Even when we sleep, the body is working to rejuvenate our cells, processing nutrients to fortify the body for the new day & to rebuild the foundation where the body is dependent for growth & survival.
The seven major chakras are located either along, or just in front of, the spine following a central energy line called the Sushumna. Associated with the chakras is a latent subtle energy called kundalini. At the base of the spine lies the first chakra, called the Muladhara. Within the first chakra, latent consciousness-energy called the kundalini-shakti exists.