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Indigo Luna

We are the custodians of empathy

As a woman you experience different cycles throughout your life, different rhythms which shape your experience and perception. Below we have outlined the different patterns which shape our experience.  We hope you find this supportive today.     Moon Cycles. Moving in 28-day rhythms, connecting to the moon supports your growth into your fullest potential. Beginning from the depths of the dark moon to a waxing, crescent, quarter, full and waning back again, the moon helps you integrate the shadow and turn dark into light. Ancient wisdom acknowledges woman’s bleeding cycles as times of rest and dreamtime. A time when...

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Indigo Luna

Cacao, connection and ritual

Why inviting ritual into your everyday can help slow down time   Have you ever complained of how quickly the days, weeks or years go? As if time is speeding up and our ability to slow down and pause is evaporating. We load our agendas to bursting point, keep a running to-do list in our head and tick things off as we go. This type of high intensity living overloads the nervous system and creates such stress that just getting to the weekend feels like an achievement. But this isn’t how we were designed to live. Our nervous system requires...

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Indigo Luna

Take a breath

10 steps to become more present   Everywhere you look you see what you are looking for. Look inside. We’ve cut through the clutter to offer you a simple step by step practice.        1. Sit in a quiet spot and place your feet on the ground     2. Take 10 deep, slow breaths to fully arrive     3. Picture the soft golden glow of your heart     4. Imagine it melting down through your body towards the earth     5. Witness this golden stream flowing through your belly and down your legs  ...

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Thomas Van Malderen

#whomadeyourclothes

Have you ever wondered who made your clothes? How their lives are? We think it’s important to think about how and why a piece of clothing costs what it does.  Fashion Revolution Week was born from a terrible tragedy.   When the Rana Plaza factory collapse in Bangladesh 2013, it killed 1138 people and injuring thousands more, mostly young women. They were all manufacturing clothing for big global fast-fashion brands in crowded, cramped and unsafe conditions.     Our small, family-run brand has bloomed over the last year, and this growth is from your support. But we grow mindfully with...

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