In symphony with yourself

Updated: Nov 6, 2021


Self-care, a term used vaguely and repeatedly, but what does it really mean?


It is the harmony between your body, mind, and soul, a melody keeping you upbeat and in sync with your own self. It is important to first realize, and then act upon the value of self-care in our day-to-day business of life. What does it mean to understand your own self? Why is it important to be aware of your needs, likes, and dislikes? The mantra is simple,


“When you recover or discover something that nourishes your soul and brings joy, care enough about yourself to make room for it in your life.” - Jean Shinoda Bolen

To know what makes you feel valued, virtuous, and grounded to your roots is the ultimate path to a better lifestyle. Humanity relies on the ground of self-care in this era of coping mechanisms. These past few months have been a constant test of our beliefs and our strength, and to fight this inside out, it is imperative we take a cautious look within our own self before lending another hand to those around us.


It is not easy waking up to another breathtaking headline, not being able to meet friends and family, the constant anxiety of picking up a phone call not knowing what words are going to be exchanged next. As we fight this together, one step at a time, let's also focus on ourselves by making goals for ourselves.


Starting today, spend 15 minutes a day engaging in the act of self-care. For instance: today I will take care of my skin, tomorrow I might read a book, every day will be a commitment for productivity, creativity, and positivity.


How to practice or maintain a self-care process.

The most important part of self-care is to wipe out toxins, while the journey will start to make your mind, body, and soul mesmerized

  • Pen down your painful thoughts which denote 'venting'.

  • Take care of your sleep cycle.

  • Get positive and constructive feedback from your closest ones. Self-assess your thoughts

  • Celebrate yourself: pamper yourself with gifts and delights.

  • Create a positive environment by lighting a scented candle or a diffuser with appropriate fragrances.

  • Build the connection with yourself again, which was lost all this while.

  • Nourish yourself - Take a spa, a healthy diet and listen to music. Some fruitful tips to nourish yourself with the essential oil from savour and aura.

  • Soak in Bath Tub. Bathing in a tub can help to reduce stress, ease aching muscles and calm the mind.

  • Light a candle with a soothing aura and try Lavender essential oil if you want to detox the stress and clear the mind after a hectic schedule. Listen to your soul and choose an oil that soothes your body and gives peace to your mind.

  • Show your skin some love. Let’s switch ourselves from the creams and lotions. Treat ourselves with natural oils. The use of natural oils will help in the circulation of blood flow in your face, neck and reduce puffiness. Regular massage is beneficial for skin health, eventually keeping you healthy. (Do take advice from a skin doctor before applying the oils). - Enjoy your first 15 minutes in the morning with a book, podcast, or soothing music. Reading and listening is another calming activity. Add a few drops of Bergamot oil to create a surrounding aura that is calm and refreshing.

  • Take a moment for yourselves.


Fragrances also play an important role in self-care and the healing process. From ancient Egyptian history, the fragrance creates a remarkable presence in uplifting the moods and emotions; taking deep inhalations of certain types of fragrance can make us feel relaxed, happy; happiness radiates like the fragrance from flowers and draws all good things towards you. Try Jasmine, Musk, or sandalwood fragrances as they have been the remarkably strong catalysts of making us feel fresh and composed from within.


Let’s indulge in self-care and re-create the definition of “i” along with the Savour and Aura. For more product information visit savourandaura.com, 100% alcohol-free products for your perfect day.

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