The International Perfume Foundation Announces Formation of IPF USA

International Perfume Foundation (IPF) Founder and Chairman Creezy Courtoy announced today the formation of IPF USA as a non-profit 501 (c3) foundation. This formation emphasises the importance of the United States in the fulfilling the mission of IPF worldwide. IPF USA will be launched in NY during several events.
 
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NEW YORK - Nov. 5, 2018 - PRLog -- DISCOVER THE IMPORTANCE OF OLFACTION AND RECONNECT WITH NATURE THANKS TO NATURAL PERFUMERY

Friday, November 16th, 2018          5-7pm

Opening and Book Signing of

"Workshops for Little Noses" The Importance of the Olfactory Sense: How to Preserve it, How to Protect it, How to Recover it, by Creezy Courtoy, IPF Founder, Perfume Historian and Anthropologist.

Saturday, November 17th, 2018        3-7pm

Certified Natural Perfumery Discovery and Book Signing


FB Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/166366334311474/

About IPF:

IPF is a non-profit organisation founded in 1995, headquartered in Brussels, Belgium and is the only non-profit organisation protecting the heritage of natural perfumery. IPF is doing important research on plant DNA to restore human DNA and heal chronic diseases while contributing to the preservation of the cultural heritage of perfume, flowers, and plants.
http://www.perfumefoundation.org

About Creezy Courtoy's Book

Creezy Courtoy's book comes at this time as a warning signal of change and a reminder of humanity's collective memory. It indicates a path to the re-enchantment of our lives and the world. A warning signal that the industrialisation of perfumes, which use artificial and chemical ingredients just as the industrialisation of agriculture is at a dead end, as they do not lead us towards a sustainable world that respects the environment. Moreover, this industrial manufacturing does not allow us to value the so rich potential that natural perfumes can awaken in our bodies. The subtlety of perfumes brings us into contact with forgotten areas of our deep memories. Perfumes, if we let them act in depth, send very strong signals to our bodies, which are being abused by today's civilization. The fragrances of flowers and nature are a path towards the repossession of the hidden wisdom of our bodies. They help us to reconnect our bodies with divine energy present in nature. They help us to live again. This book is a reminder of our almost forgotten collective memory.  I believe we are now at a pivotal point of civilization. Our modern capitalist and patriarchal industrial civilization is losing its credibility with public opinion, because it is unable to lead us towards a sustainable future. And we are already on our way to a new civilization, a new philosophical, political, and economic paradigm based on a new vision of the world, science, economics and life. And it seems in the economic field that we see change in the most perceptible way. And this intangible economy, which is already the heart of our new knowledge society, is really a way of moving it towards a much more human society where we rediscover the incredible potentialities of our bodies, the intuition of our minds and our souls and… the re-enchantment of the world. In this global transformation, Creezy Courtoy invites us to experience the fragrances of the world that will lead to those necessary changes.

Marc Luyckx Ghisi
Marc Luyckx Ghisi graduated in mathematics and philosophy and has a doctorate in theology.  He was, for almost ten years, adviser to EU Presidents Delors and Santer at the European Commission's Prospective Cell in Brussels.

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