Aladastra towels although extra long, can fit in your palm when folded! Unfolded they cover even the longest yoga mats. This way you can have a clean and private workout surface wherever you practice! Ideal for a sweaty practice since grip increases when wet. Your Aladastra towel will accompany you in every adventure, it's the ultimate travel towel. It will dry overnight when completely soaked and within minutes after a shower or a dive. It will cover a sunbed and will be your go to item on a sailing boat or yacht. For the avid yogis know that our towels can be used also as superlight yoga blankets with a silky soft touch to accompany your Savasana.
Symbols & colors to guide your practice
- -Size: 203 cm X 65cm -Super light weight & compact -Ultra absorbent -Quick Drying --Sand Repelling -Anti-Slip when wet -Silk Touch -Eco friendly Certified: STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX®-Material: 100% high-tech microfiber - Machine washable at 30 degrees
- Made in Greece, designed and printed in Athens
Black is one of the most important teachers, often feared by association we neglect its tremendous positive powers. Connected to the root chakra it links us to mother earth, the whole realm of the physical, the notion of survival and the achievement of positive Ego fulfillment. One of the most important qualities of black is its ability to draw from the spiritual realm into the physical. Black contains so much light, and when close to the root chakra it draws the refined energies of the higher chakras to the root, purifying, and connecting us to earthly energies.
Black color is extremely absorbent, it contains all other colours and devours light, it has always been worn in protective talismans and used as a shield, protecting the wearer from harm and negativity.
Black crystals such as Black Tourmaline, Onyx, Jet and Obsidian help us identify sources of light and energy within, allowing us to illuminate dark corners of our self and assist us in taking control of our fears.
The triangle is one of the most ancient and versatile symbols. Depending on where its point is looking its symbolism changes completely. Ranging from the pyramids which represent the higher spiritual desires of all things to the representation of the basic elements. Three is the number of the triangle representing emotion, intuition and psychic faculty.
In Aristotle’s philosophical work it is suggested that our world is composed out of five basic elements, four of which are the physical elements, Fire, Air, Water and Earth. The fifth one being Aether or Spirit. Later on. the alchemists attributed the following triangular symbols to the physical elements:
Fire represents strength, activity, vitality, transformation. It is considered purifying and protective, shedding light and illuminating the way. Symbolizing simultaneously masculine energy.
Air represents, change, the intellect, creativity and the power to begin. And just like the symbol of fire, air also represents masculine energy. The two elements with female energy and symbolism are considered to be water and earth, both of them have a stronger physical existence and thus can interact with all our senses.
Water is connected to the unconscious and the emotions. Drawing opposite forces with its pair Air.
Earth is female, and it communicates stability, stillness, being grounded, fertility, the world of possibilities and the power to achieve them. When the two types of triangles are juxtaposed they represent the union of pairs, like male and female energies, or the spiritual and the physical, uniting two worlds into one, neutral and balanced.
The circle as a shape is so simple and apparent all around us and yet so strong and perfect. The symbolism it carries transcends cultures and religions. In sacred geometry it signifies unity and oneness, its beginning and its ending are one, it does not create division, it is complete. Just like the cyclical nature of existence, it represents the unending, the constant movement that encompasses everything including space and time while containing all the energy raised in it. These qualities justify its identification as the symbol of the divine.