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Aranyani Tree of Life Journal

Aranyani Tree of Life Journal

Regular price $28.00 USD
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The Aranyani Tree of Life 5x7 Recycled Paper Journal features 48 blank inside pages and a screen printed cover featuring a contemporary tree of life design, in black and white, surrounded by celestial moon phases with delicate gold metallic paint accents. Perfect for note-taking or jotting down thoughts, or as mindfulness tool for daily journaling or affirmations. Keep on a nightstand for a nightly self-care routine. The tree of life is a spiritual symbol of connecting past and present and the earth with the spiritual. Artisans use traditional papermaking techniques to collect and recycle cotton scraps from the textile industry which they break down and process to create smooth writing paper. The water from this process if also filtered and reused for irrigation in farming practices. This eco-friendly journal would make a perfect gift for the eco-conscious shopper, who wants to minimize their carbon footprint
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