Sweet Life Feng Shui Starter Set
Moon Mama Herbals and Simple Shui™ (author and Feng Shui expert, Amanda Gibby Peters) have teamed up to bring you the Sweet Life. We want to help you have your best year (and life!), so we created this amazing set of scents, salts, and resources straight out of Amanda's book Simple Shui for Every Day: 365 Ways to Feng Shui Your Life.
Each set includes :
• 1 signed copy of Simple Shui for Every Day: 365 Ways to Feng Shui Your Life by Amanda Gibby Peters
• 3 sticks of Palo Santo (SSfED: January 20)
• 1 Clear the Air room spray bottle (SSfED: September 20)
• 1 Sweet Surrender bottle of bath salts (SSfED: March 25)
• 1 Monkey Brain Tamer roller bottle (SSfED: December 21)
• 3 gold "coins" representing prosperity, abundance, and gratitude (SSfED: Jan. 9, Feb. 1, Mar. 30, Sept. 22)
Don't worry if Feng Shui is not something you're familiar with yet. Amanda's book, Simple Shui for Every Day: 365 Ways to Feng Shui Your Life, is the resource you need to get started with bite-sized prompts each day to help your surroundings help you.
If you don’t mind some fragrant smoke, we include three sticks of palo santo for you to light up and blow out what’s bringing the room down.
But if smoke is not your thing, we’ve got you covered! Our Clear the Air room spray includes Frankincense, Lemon, and Lavender essential oils suspended in distilled water and grounded with real amethyst chips to give your space clearing an extra boost of positivity.
Sweet Surrender has layers of epsom salt, pink Himalayan salt, and dried orange peel for you to clean off the negativity clinging to you, while soaking up the positive energy from the orange peel. You won’t want to get out of the tub!
Monkey Brain Tamer roll-on infuses frankincense, geranium, and lavender essential oils in sunflower oil and has lavender flowers floating in there for some extra serenity when you breathe deep and take in the calming scent.
Finally, we combined the idea of traditional Chinese coins with the concepts of prosperity, abundance, and gratitude. Strung on a red satin cord with a loop for hanging it and knotted together for not losing in wallets—anywhere you need a little extra money umph—are three gold finished coins, each hand stamped (so no sets are exactly the same). The top “coin” is for prosperity and has a ship in full sail on calm waters and a fluffy cloud. The second coin is for abundance and has three acorns. The third coin has a rose in full bloom flanked by two sets of leaves to represent gratitude (doesn’t everyone send flowers as a thank you?!). The three coins have three graphic elements each to beef up the power of three for some super shui goodness.