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Celebrate Fall’s Abundance

It’s harvest time, just on the cusp between summer and autumn, when we can enjoy all the beautiful abundance of the season, and when the vitalizing life force in many plants reaches its peak potency.

You can taste it in the bounty of fresh living foods—from the last tomatoes to the newly picked apples and pears. There are so many plants out there right now bursting with Pure Living Energy!

This seasonal juncture is also a good time to lavish extra attention on the skin. Every 28 days our skin sloughs off old cells as new, living cells formand surface. You can assist the refining and replenishing process not only by eating wholesome foods, but by feeding the skin with more oxygen through increased circulation—a brisk walk does wonders, even if you don’t go far—and by incorporating both Quintessential Serum and Antioxidant Creme into your daily routine. Quintessential Serum offers complete restoration, while the cornucopia of nutritive ingredients found in Antioxidant Creme delivers true nourishment, boosting immunity and providing protection. (You could also include an Epi Peel 2 to 3 times weekly for exfoliation).

When we sync up with the larger Earth forces in this way, things just feel right. Try getting in step with the bigger rhythm by spending more time outdoors, realigning with the natural world and soaking in the clear autumn light. Every fall, nature condenses in order to start anew. Seeds form, concentrating their energy with perfect design. And fall delivers an invitation to draw into yourself, to condense your energies and hone your vision of how you’d like to reboot come spring. Throughout this transition, schedule times for stillness in your day, cutting down on busy-ness where you can, as the rush as summer fades away. Even a quick moment of quiet, or one deep exhale, will help you attune!

Once we make that connection, we start to turn in time with the world all around us. As Mary Oliver writes in her poem “Song for Autumn”:

“In the deep fall

don’t you imagine the leaves think how

comfortable it will be to touch

the earth instead of the

nothingness of air and the endless

freshets of wind?….”

 



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