The human instinct is to trust and believe. That’s a beautiful thing. In order to immerse ourselves in the sustainable, ethically-sourced, bioavailable world rising up
Everyone has trauma. Put another way, no one doesn’t have trauma.
It’s a liberating truth, in a sense – your trauma is no more off-putting to a stranger for the mere fact of its existence than theirs is to you. Complications in our interpersonal experiences regarding our trauma and the traumas of either largely arise from the misguided belief that trauma somehow only affects isolated pockets of disturbed individuals.
Some say it’s as old as religion itself. Today, you’d recognize entheogens as a list of substances that could land you in hot legal water.
So this was going to be your year — the year you stop missing the Farmer’s Market by sleeping in on Sundays, the year you were going to stop paying $1.50 extra for organic food at the grocery store, the year you weren’t going to live on frozen veggies.
If you’re like lots of urban dreamers, you may have missed the mark this spring. But urban gardens are definitely still within reach — in fact, they’re trending.
By incorporating ancient wisdom and modern techniques, the Urban Monk offers a holistic approach to help individuals find balance, peace, and well-being.
Here’s a truth harsher than the chemicals in your skin care products: Nothing should go on your skin that can’t also go in your mouth.