The stress of the holidays, combined with the colder months, tends to leave us all feeling like we need a reset. And with the year it’s been, we certainly wouldn’t judge you for feeling a little off your game as 2019 comes to a close.
What better way to end the year and begin the new decade than cleansing the energy in your space, centering yourself with meditation and setting some healthy intentions? Get your self together – mind, body and spirit – with these 7 spiritual gifts that will have you feeling like a brand new you.
Monika Strigel Aziza Meditation Pillow
Whether you center yourself through prayer or a few moments of quiet meditation each day, this floor pillow is the perfect way to comfortably reset.
Monika Strigel Aziza
White Sage Smudging Wand
Burning sage — also known as smudging — is an ancient spiritual ritual used for purification, calming and clearing any negative energy. Black-owned wellness brand Blue Sage Eco Boutique can help you safeguard your space with these white sage smudging wands.
Blue Sage Eco Boutique
"Let Your Fears Make You Fierce" By Koya Webb
Everyone experiences fear in life--fear of failure, fear of ridicule, fear of the unknown. In this book, celebrity holistic health coach and yoga instructor Koya Webb shows how you can shift from fear-based living using breathing techniques, yoga, meditation, journaling, mantras, prayer, and more.
Hay House Inc.
"My God vs My Enemies" Sweatshirt
When life's got you down, throw on this hoodie and remember who s in control!
StreetWear Clothing Co.
In our busy and sometimes hectic lives, we need reminders to center ourselves through prayer.
Palo Santo Smudging Sticks
Palo Santo literally means "Holy Wood," which is why this smudging stick is perfect for lifting your spirits high. When burned, it produces an enriching aroma which increases your personal vibration when preparing for meditative therapy.
These handmade candles, each with a gemstone hidden inside and its own message of intention, are musts for anyone looking to be more mindful and present in their everyday lives