Shiva Whipped Face & Body Butter

Shiva Whipped Face & Body Butter

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Shiva Whipped Face & Body Butter is a plant-based daily moisturiser that hydrates, nourishes, softens and repairs the skin while connecting you to the devine masculine.

Handcrafted from a raw blend of organic plant butters of Shea, Hemp, Avocado, Aloe, Mango, Pure Essential Oils, Flower Essences and Crystal and Gem Essences. Shiva Face and Body Butter melts at body temperature, allowing for rapid absorption, hydration and nourishment for your skin.

We recommend using Shiva Whipped Face & Body Butter after a shower to lock in moisture. Apply  and massage a thin layer to the skin (a little goes a long way). Apply as frequently as desired. Pro Tip: Due to the all natural nature of our products, they may melt when stored or left in areas above room temperature. If melting occurs, please place the product in the refrigerator for 30 minutes, this will assist resolidify the Body Butter and may change the look or texture of the product but will not change the effectiveness of the product.

Certified Organic Plant based ingredients of: Shea Butter, Coconut Oil, Hemp Oil, Aloe Butter, Avocado Butter, Murumuru Butter, Mango Butter, Vitamin E, 100% Therapeutic grade oils of Jasmine, Lavender, Sago & Ho Wood.

Due to issues surrounding weight for postage and breakage for now our body butters are only available in 100g PET Amber jars.

Connection to the Devine Masculine 

In the same way that both men and women have a feminine aspect, so too do both genders have a masculine aspect. According to analytical psychologist Carl Jung, the feminine aspect of a man is called the anima and the masculine aspect of a woman is called the animus. The New Man, this Shiva incarnate, has the ability to tap into his anima, thereby awakening the divine energy of Shakti from its unconscious state into a state of conscious awareness.

He uses this energy to create rather than destroy, to catalyze rather than militarize, to heal instead of injure. He understands, as Andrea Gibson wrote, “We have to create. It is the only thing louder than destruction.” And so he continually creates ever-changing arenas for further creation.

For thousands of years mankind has been afraid of the light. Even Plato recognized it in his day, saying, “We can easily forgive a child who is afraid of the dark; the real tragedy of life is when men are afraid of the light.” No more.

The redefining of the sacred male principle is the dawn of a new vibrant light, a mature masculinity that is not abusive, domineering or grandiose, but generative, creative, and empowering.

He is vulnerable without shame, revealing that his now discarded armor of invulnerability was nothing more than an illusion that hid his true power. He is now free and open to rediscover and reconnect with the power of nature and the cosmos.

He is ready to establish true relationships with authenticity and integrity. The Great Mystery moves through him, reminding him constantly that he is it and it is him. He is a force of nature first, a man second, the spear of Gaia herself. And no amount of perceived invulnerability can guard against it.

Without the parochial armor of old weighing him down, he frees himself to honor the path of descent, where he engages with the unconscious underworld and is initiated by the Great Mystery itself.

Through this initiation he discovers his anima. He discovers his shadow. He discovers a plethora of sub-selves all in contention for his subconscious.

He learns how to make them all conscious. He learns how to wrestle with them, engage with them, play with them, ushering in the beginning of his individuation.

After his initiation he takes the first steps toward self-actualization, leaving behind the codependence of his youth and the independence of his courage, and engaging soulfully with the interdependence of his divine masculinity.