Today I've got a Mindful Souls box review for you. This isn't a sponsored post but I just wanted to check the box out for myself and thought I'd take some photos for the blog.
If you've been looking for a spiritual subscription box, definitely check this one out. In this post, I'm sharing what Mindful Souls is, the types of products they send, and what I received in my first box.
What is Mindful Souls
Mindful Souls is a monthly subscription box for the spiritually minded person. It's specifically intended for spiritual growth and education, sending curated items that come with detailed information and instruction.
And that is what I noticed first with this box–their detailed card that shared the background history of each item and different ways it can be used.
I've been subscribing to different spiritually based boxes for the last four years and it's been a very fun way for me to be introduced to new spiritual concepts, healing modalities, and deeper insights into specific areas.
I kept hearing about the Mindful Souls box so I ordered it a few days ago and it was already delivered. Probably the fastest box delivery I've ever had. Here's what was inside:
1. Pendulum amethyst necklace
The first item in the box was this pendulum amethyst necklace. Amethyst is one of my favorite stones to work with and I love any opportunity to wear intentional jewelry.
How to use it: on their description card they shared that you can wear amethyst to help feel less scattered, more focused and in control of your faculties.
Similar item: Amethyst Healing Pendant Necklace
2. White turquoise & lava stone bracelet
I am in love with this bracelet! I have been wearing it ever since I received the box. It's absolutely gorgeous and I love the energy and meaning behind the white turquoise, as well as the lava stones that you can put essential oil on in order to ground/inspire/uplift yourself.
How to use it: their card describes the background meaning of turquoise and black lava stone, and they suggest applying a drop or two of essential oil to the lava beads. The scent lasts a day or more.
Similar item: White Howlite Lava Rock Bracelet
3. Rosemary essential oil
When I first saw this Rosemary essential oil, I was a little bummed because I didn't think I would want to use that on my lava beads. I love Rosemary but don't want to smell like it. Luckily, I was wrong! The scent is BEAUTIFUL!
How to use it: add a drop or two to your lava bead bracelet. Rosemary is known for its anti-cancer and anti-inflammatory properties, as well as soothing digestive issues and relieving muscle aches.
Similar item: Organic Rosemary Essential Oil
4. Lotus flower necklace
Another item in the box I have been wearing since receiving it. The lotus symbol is so powerful for me because it represents your wholeness and purity while being surrounded in the mud that is part of physical incarnation and all the lessons you go through to reach the light.
How to use it: I took my pendant off of this black necklace and added it to a chain I had. Wear your necklace and let it remind you of the wholeness and goodness that is truly you.
Similar item: Dainty Lotus Necklace
5. Rose quartz pointer crystal
The next item in the box was this beautiful rose quartz point. The pink stones are some of my favorite to work with because they carry the energy of unconditional love.
How to use it: their cards says that rose quartz draws off negative energy and replaces it with loving vibes. Carry it with you, meditate with it, lay with it on your body or place it in your space.
Similar item: Rose Quartz Point
6. Dream catcher
This dream catcher was next in the box. I love the colors and that you can use it as a keychain if you want, but this is really the only item in the box that I won't end up using.
How to use it: the card says dream catchers originated with the Ojibwe people of North America and were used to catch negativity in the air. You can hang or wear it with the intention of peace of mind.
Similar item: Handmade Dream Catcher
7. Serenity Buddha figurine
The last item in the box was this little Serenity Buddha figurine, which I love so much because he reminds me to come into the present moment and be still.
I actually already have this little Buddha figurine in my room next to my bed. He is smiling with his arms open, reminding me to be open and flowing with life.
How to use: simply add this little Buddha anywhere in your home to remind you to go within where you will always find serenity and calm.
Similar item: Meditating Buddha Figurine
My final thoughts
I was actually really happy with the Mindful Souls box. There was one item I likely won't use, but I consider a box a success if there's more items I love than not.
I loved this box enough to create a video of it for my closest friend! Personally, I will use most of these items on a near daily basis, so I can see why people are enjoying this box. I give it a solid A!
Thank you for reading, I hope you enjoyed this unboxing review and if you've received this box before, let me know in the comments your thoughts on it.
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Jessica Dimas is the author of Sacred Self-Care for Your Chakras.
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