A Modern Guide to Using Essential Oils in Beauty, Body, and Home Rituals
Author: Sara Panton
Category: Health & Fitness
Sara Panton, co-founder of the premium essential oil company vitruvi, shares her knowledge of botanicals and wellness practices to help you live more naturally and elevate the simple moments of your day. Essential oils have been used in self-care practices for centuries. These small bottles of potent extracts can help you carve out simple (even secret) moments every day to reconnect with yourself, breathe deeper, sleep better, and restore energy. In this modern guide, you will find more than 100 do-it-yourself essential oil recipes, rituals, and suggestions--most of which take less than 15 minutes--including: Rosemary and Cedarwood Face Toner: a grounding toner for when you are craving the serenity of a hike in the woods. Honey and Lavender Oil-Balancing Face Mask: a face mask that smells as lovely as it sounds. Fig and Eucalyptus Scrub: a decadent yet super-simple body scrub for pampering yourself. Peppermint and Pink Grapefruit Shower Spray: a natural way to keep your shower ultra-fresh. The book guides you through ways to customize your beauty, body, and home routines--turning them into easy yet sophisticated wellness experiences. Learn how to create a custom face oil for your skin type; do a facial lymphatic massage; make a Mediterranean-inspired botanical foot soak; and blend unique essential oil diffuser aromas for your home. Essential Well Being provides all-natural rituals for morning, afternoon, and evening, and shares how to transform the minutes of your busy day into small spa moments that fill your cup back up. Explore your own potential through the simple act of taking time for yourself.
This title was first published in 2001. In the articles collected in this anthology, contemporary analytic philosophers examine the ways in which the notion of equality functions in moral and political discourse. Among the topics discussed are the relationship between the ideal of equality and formal features of moral discourse, the conflict between the ideal of equality of welfare and the ideal of equality of resources and the relationship between the equality of opportunity and the equality of results.
The capabilities approach is a widely influential alternative theory of justice, popularized by Nobel Prize winner Amartya Sen and also by Martha Nussbaum. Justice and the Capabilities Approach is the first work of its kind to publish in one place the most influential essays in the field covering a number of topics, including constitutional law, cosmopolitanism, distributive justice, the family, feminism, global justice, human rights, poverty, and social justice. The collection should help inform both scholars and students coming to the study of the capabilities approach for the first time of both the importance and complexity of the wider debate, as well as shed light on how the approach might be further improved and applied.
In 1987 a groundbreaking survey called The Well-Being Project was conducted by the California Network of Mental Health Clients under contract to the Office of Prevention of the California Department of Mental Health to explore what factors promote or deter the well-being of those diagnosed/labeled as “mentally ill.” Initially, it had been assumed that the analysis of the survey data as well as the final written report would be awarded to a university or other professional research group. Much to the surprise of some, and in the spirit of the disability rights movement rallying cry of “nothing about us without us,” the successful proposal was written by mental health client researchers Jean Campbell and Ron Schraiber on behalf of the California Network of Mental Health Clients. The study became known as The Well-Being Project: Mental Health Clients Speak for Themselves, and was published in 1989; additionally, an award winning documentary “People Say I’m Crazy” based on the study’s findings was produced as well as a compendium book to the video with the same title.
Lavender is calming and relaxing; lemon uplifting and stimulating. But why do each of these scents provoke specific, visceral responses? In Nature’s Essential Oils, certified aromatherapist Cher Kaufmann demystifies the how and why behind essential oils, explaining the environmental factors that impact the chemical make-ups of herbs and plants and how they trigger our physical and emotional responses. This thorough and welcoming guide includes recipes for oil blends that can be used in diffusers and personal inhalers as well as for bath salts, salves, linen sprays, and more. Kaufmann also explains essential oil dilution and safety, shares the best carrier oils for each application, and includes tips for buying and storing oils. With detailed profiles of more than 30 of the most common essential oils for well-being, this is a valuable resource for anyone hoping to expand their knowledge of essential oils and their properties.
Never before has a book so carefully documented Virginia Satir's work in the own words. Well-Being Writ Large is more than a tribute to the genius Virginia Satir demonstrated throughout her life; it is a window into her thinking. It is a "biography" of a deeper understanding of the nature of the human being-of how that human being might live better in her or his world. Book jacket.
More Than 100 Herbs for Well-Being, Healing and Happiness
Author: Lesley Bremness
Pubpsher: Watkins Publishing
Category: Health & Fitness
Arranged according to therapeutic qualities, covers more than one hundred herbs, with each entry featuring the herb's Latin name; traditional uses; optimal growing conditions; and ways it can benefit body, mind, and spirit.
Fundamental Principles of Health, Longevity, and Essential Well-Being
Author: Angelo Druda
Pubpsher: North Atlantic Books
Category: Health & Fitness
Throughout history Taoists, Christians, the yogis of northern India, and others have learned that the secret of longevity and even bodily rejuvenation lies in unlocking the body's own healing "somas" (or higher chemistry). Traditionally, however, the principles and techniques behind their discoveries have been hidden, transmitted only from teacher to student. Fortunately, these esoteric secrets are but the ultimate expression of a time-tested body of traditional healing wisdom that has taken strong root in the Western world, where it has been clarified and amplified by a new generation of healers and spiritual practitioners. The Tao of Rejuvenation is an inspiring and very well-written guide to the underlying principles and basic practices essential to our ability to not only achieve longevity and bodily rejuvenation, but also to lead a vital, balanced, and happy life. Written in a clear, rational, and highly readable style, it is a book that speaks to all modern men and women ready and willing to assume responsibility for their own destiny. In The Tao of Rejuvenation author Angelo Druda explains how our health and well-being is based on a simple three-part process of purification, rebalancing, and rejuvenation. He makes specific recommendations for utilizing this process to transform our diet, our exercise regimen, even our sexuality, so that these become powerful sources of rejuvenative energy. Case studies and clear explanations make the practices easier and more engaging. Druda has worked professionally with medicinal herbs for many years, and he skillfully incorporates them in the process of bodily renewal. The Tao of Rejuvenation is a timely and authoritative guide that will be of great interest to complementary and alternative medicine professionals, those in need of radical healing and rejuvenation, and anyone interested in enhancing his or her own health and vitality.