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#1740 - Thursday, March 18, 2004 - Editor: Jerry  


 

http://tinyurl.com/2sb4y        

 

Bonne Mère - Savon pour le Corps
Des savons délicatement parfumés, pour nettoyer la peau en douceur.

 

 

Récolte de la Lavande - Savon Cube aux graines de Lavande
Un vrai savon de Marseille traditionnel, parsemé de graines de lavande.      

 

       

Récolte de la Lavande - Savon Fuseau Lavande
Un savon extra-doux à base d’huile essentielle de Lavande A.O.C.  

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Wash you face with water with mindfulness.
Do it nicely and use soap, water, wash your face with towel.
Wash your face with mindfulness.
--Venerable Zasep Tulku Rinpoche
     


 

The Body Shop

http://www.thebodyshop.com/

Mission Statement

Milk Soap  

An opaque, creamy, luxurious bar soap containing organic milk powder
and vitamin E to moisturize and cleanse the skin. Use it with a body
buffer or alone in the shower to cleanse and smooth. 4.5 OZ

   

Coconut Soap  

Contains coconut oil to condition your skin during cleansing.  

Shea Soap  

All the moisturizing properties of shea butter in a soap. Contains
Community Traded shea butter. 3.5 oz.
 

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I pace the sidewalk
under a white soap moon --

--Janet I. Buck
 


         

Eau de Linge (linen water)  

Pour our fragranced water into your iron before ironing shirts and
linens or mist on bed sheets for a relaxing journey to the South of
France.

http://www.frenchsoaps.com/collections/index.html    


   

http://www.lush.com/    

 

Sandstone  

Ingredients: Sand, Water (Aqua), Glycerine, Sodium Palm Kernelate,
Sodium Stearate, Perfume, Litsea Cubeba Oil, Coriander Oil (Coriandrum
Sativum), Sodium Chloride, Tetrasodium EDTA, Gardenia Extract (Gardenia
Jasminoides)

  We find our Brazilian customers. obsession with sand very interesting.
They work very hard on keeping their skin very smooth and supple,
mostly because it.s on show such a lot, and they are always begging us
for products to help them. Ro, who loves going to Brazil to see the
Lush shops, to dance in the carnival and go out all night with our dead
flashy Brazilian partners, learned about their sand thing* and asked
for sand products. Sandstone is our new sand soap. It smells fantastic
- stimulating, lemony litsea cubeba with detoxifying coriander oil .
and works brilliantly. Use the soapy side for washing your whole body
then use the sandy side for your heels and soles, elbows, knees and
even your buttocks, if they really need some serious exfoliation.
(*They sit on the beach and rub sand with suntan oil into their thighs
and buttocks to keep them really smooth.)

   

Figs and Leaves  

Ingredients: Fig Decoction (Ficus Carica), Sodium Palm Kernelate,
Glycerine, Aloe Vera Extract (Aloe Barbadensis), Perfume, Ylang Ylang
Oil (Cananga Odorata), Orange Blossom Absolute (Citrus Dulcis),
Titanium Dioxide, Sodium Chloride, Tetrasodium EDTA,
 

Lovely, nourishing, rich and soft, stacked with fresh figs and aloe
vera, the new Figs and Leaves feels more like a moisturizer than a
soap. The aloe vera and figs moisturize your skin and the tiny seeds
exfoliate as you wash. Scent - divine. Orange blossom instills euphoria
and ylang ylang is known for its aphrodisiac properties (figs and
leaves, Hmmm). Colour - sludgy. Presentation - you get a slice off a
big block with vine leaves on top, looks like a delicious, figgy
Bavarois.
 

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They are all here, six pebbles, one, two, three, four, five, six. In the other bag I have also six. They are bigger, like this. After having picked them up outside, I used soap to wash them carefully, and I dry them. Then I put them into a bag like this. I think today you may like to make your own pebble bag.

--Thich Nhat Hanh     


Savon de Marseilles  

http://www.marseillesoap.com/index.cfm    

 

Big blocks of olive oil based soap have been crafted for one thousand
years in the South of France. Since 1688 French law has declared that
only soaps that are produced by following certain ancient methods, and
containing only the purest ingredients, shall bear the famous mark
“Savon de Marseille.”
 

It takes the Maitre de Savon (soapmaster) two weeks to make Marseille
Soap. The delicate mixture of olive and vegetable oils, alkaline ash
from sea plants and Mediterranean Sea salted water are heated for ten
days in antique cauldrons.

 

Cleanse your mind with the soap of concentration, and wash it with the water of meditation.
--Remez Sasson

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Nonduality: The Varieties of Expression




HOME


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ONE, by Jerry Katz

Photography by Jerry Katz

Dr. Robert Puff

THE NATURAL BLISS OF BEING

       

Rupert Spira

DISSOLVED, Tarun Sardana

HIGH JUMP, Tarun Sardana


Greg Goode -
After Awareness: The End of the Path




Consider joining our Facebook discussion community, Nonduality Salon, going on 20 years of active participation. We were the first online discussion group dedicated to nonduality in a popular sense.