RED EYED MONK
RED EYES BIGS SMILE!
FLOWERS OF MONK
The red-eyed monk is a monk of a different breed.
Born into a tribe that lived off the land, the red-eyed monk grew up intuitively understanding that the earth and everything on it is bound by an invisible connection. People, animals, plants, air, water, soil-what's good for a part, is good for the whole.
Like all monks, he chose a simple and meditative life spent reflecting upon spiritual metters. But rather than withdrawing from the world, he remained deeply grounded in the natural splendor if his surroundings. You might even say he had a love affair with the plants: spending his days walking amongst them, basking in the sun's rays, strking the leaves admiringly, chanting for them in the way that monks do.
And because all things thrive when they are loved unconditionally, the plants grew mighty and beautiful, and gave their special gifts back to the red-eyed monk. The rich, heady arokas and stickey, succulent flowers spoke to him of achieving nirvan and illuminated a path to lasting happiness and abundance.
The plants promised him red eyes and a big smile for all of his days.
Of course, it is the nature of monks to dedicate their lives to serving all other living beings. So it was, in that radiant state of intuitive bliss, that the red-eyed monk knew exactly what his purpose was.
His plants-his incremental "part" of the mechanism-could bring all sorts of profound benefits to the "whole." Active compassion. The ability to drop into the here and now. The gift of langhter. The Power to heal.
Not to mention a damned good high.
Monk offers the best of the best flwers available with three uniquely different levels of quality that allow for a perfect blend of Levity, Equilibrium, of Gravity in every puff.
Join the monks where they find their lightness of being, seeking pure bliss in the high peaks of the Himalayas, uplifting their spirits with lightheartedness and big smiles.
Be one with the monks, find your balance centering yourself between Earth and sky, levity and gravity.
Settle in with the monks at the base of the mountain, where gravity weighs gently, connecting to one's inner self.
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