Thank you for taking a First Step in co-creating a global network of compassionate and empowered community builders. These beautiful Essence Activators I call seed-keys contain sacred geometry and activations to assist you with feeling your most aligned purpose, more clarity of guidance and Infinite Wisdom, your loving sacred connection to Earth, all life, and the Cosmos. You are co-creating peaceful alchemical shifts on the planet!
Our products assist you with a remembering of your loving communion with others, your Divinity, the Earth and the Cosmos, and the harmony that we know in our hearts is possible. They have the potential to create a greater sense of flow and peace within you, your family, and even your pets. You and humanity are all magnificent beings bringing heaven to Earth and within you through your compassionate actions and zest for life, expanding and co-creating a new reality. The benefit to each of you will likely vary, for your Presence, your experience, is unique to you and so will your awakening expansion that these products have the infinite potential for creating.
YOUR PURCHASE TODAY will make a difference in a girl’s life across the globe...tomorrow.....
TOO YOUNG TO WED ........ CREATE - INSPIRE - HEAL........
My purpose for donating 5% of my sales from Soil Alchemy is to give girls and young women an opportunity to choose: • to follow their passions of choice • to express their uniqueness • to work where they choose to
• to empower themselves and their future generations in Sierra Leone and other countries mentioned below
For us this is an opportunity to pay our abundance and gratitude forward to young girls and women around the world who were born into this situation. Supporting this group through our compassionate actions will let them know that we care about them and will also shift the consciousness of the planet. Our Presence Matters and so does theirs. Read More...
CREATE INSPIRE HEAL
Too Young To Wed is a nonprofit organization officially launched in October 2012, the first International Day of The Girl Child where dignitaries from around the world gathered at the UN, surrounded by photographs of child brides as young as 5.
Journalist Stephanie Sinclair first experienced child marriage ten years before that, when covering a story in Afghanistan where women and girls set themselves on fire to free themselves of forced marriages when they were children.
Too Young To Wed continues to partner with the UNFPA (Population Fund) and other organizations to not only advocate for an end to child marriage but also provide on-the-ground support to communities where the photos used in their traveling exhibitions were taken (by the girls themselves). The photos feature haunting stories of child brides from Nepal, India, Tanzania, Ethiopia, Yemen, Afghanistan and even the United States.
Their first pilot project is a livelihood initiative in Bahir Dar, Ethiopia that employs women who have escaped child marriage and/or have been trafficked. By producing and selling high-quality soaps these women generate a sustainable income for themselves and their families. ... taken from TYTW website. http://tooyoungtowed.org/.