My April Goddess Provisions Box has arrived! I subscribe to this monthly vegan box of crystals, oils, snacks, and beauty products, and I love to share the contents each month. This month's theme was Open the Divine with a focus on the upper chakras (throat, third eye, and crown).
There's Kailo Crown Essence essential oil blend, Thistle dry shampoo, Little Moon Essentials mist, Rainbow Symphony sun catchers, a Spirit Whisperings crystal grid, a white sage bundle, a Bixby & Co. Blueberry Whippersnapper bar, kyanite, and a digital chakras guide (to download).
My fave items are the rainbow sun catchers. These little stickers go on any window that gets direct sunlight, and they reflect rainbows into your house!!! MAGIC!! I haven't put up all of mine yet (gotta find the perfect spots), but here's one in my kitchen window.
I haven't tried the dark chocolate-covered blueberry bar yet, but I'm saving it for my next snack attack. I love bars and tend to eat them before runs, but since I'm currently injured and not running, I'll have to find another snack excuse.
The crystal grid is awesome. It's a little mini-grid that actually came with tiny rose quartz, amethyst, and clear quartz. I started some work with it atop another grid that came in a past goddess box.
The Clear Skies Ahead Mist smells amazing, and it's supposed to improve your intuitive vision. I've been spraying this on before my morning meditation. The crown essence oil is a blend designed to help you tap into divine guidance through your crown chakra. I haven't tried the dry shampoo yet since I don't use dry shampoo often, but I suppose this will give me a reason to skip washing my hair soon!
The white sage bundle is much appreciated since I burn sage daily. This will come in handy!
I love the kyanite, which is great for the throat chakra. I have one other piece of kyanite in my collection, but it's a rough, thin piece, and I'm always afraid it will break in my purse. This one is much sturdier.
I haven't downloaded the chakras guide yet, but I plan to do so soon! Weekend reading!
As always, I should mention that I'm a Goddess Provisions ambassador, meaning I make a couple bucks if you sign up for a subscription using my link. I don't get my boxes for free though, just to clarify. I pay the $33 a month, and it's so worth it!