January 2016
Side-effects of these natural remedies may include relaxation, improved quality of life, frequent smiling, laughing, increased vitality, and a pleasant aroma.

Fun and Informative Pages on Essential Oils
Essential Oils are naturally antiviral, anti-fungal, and antibacterial,
they naturally energize, deodorize, clean and refresh
Essential Oils

to help Open the Chakras
in your body.
and  Essential Oils
Read more here
Make your own,
detox-body wrap using essential oils,
and clays.
Recipes found here
Clean your Home Chemical Free
Using Essential Oils
Read More Here

To enjoy, I mean really enjoy and get the most from your life, You need to have good health and a strong belief in yourself.

50% off Retail on the Featured Essential Oil of the Week! Sale Starts on Monday
Check in every Monday to see the new Essential Oil of the Week!

Our 50% off Retail Starts Monday January 4th  on 
Healthy Spice blend and X Plague blend

Healthy Spice
blend is ideal for strengthening, reviving and protection of the body’s natural defense system at times when it is most challenged. Provides broad spectrum support. The oils in this blend help with restoring health and well being.  Can lower blood sugar, triglycerides, LDL, and total cholesterol in people with type 2 diabetes.
Practical Uses:
A drop to your tooth brush will clear up any gum disease.
Use on any respiratory infection
Good as an antibacterial spray. Get a one ounce glass spritzer bottle then add distilled water and 4-6 drops of Healthy Spice. Shake well before each use. The one ounce bottle fits well in a purse or desk drawer, even the glove box of the car. Use it to spray down shopping carts, door handles, toilet seats, anywhere germs may be hiding.
Make a mouthwash by combining 1/2 cup of Witch Hazel (or 1/4 cup Everclear) and 12 drops of Healthy Spice essential oil blend in a four ounce container. Shake well before each use.

X Plague Essential Oil Blend   One of our best sellers, the highly anti-viral, antiseptic properties of the single oils contained in this blend help protect the body from the onset of flu, E-coli, candida, colds, sore throats, gum infection, canker sores.

Consider for:

  • anti-viral
  • antiseptic
  • flu
  • E-coli
  • candida
  • colds
  • sore throats
  • gum infection
  • canker sores
Practical Uses:
  • A drop to your tooth brush will clear up any gum disease.
  • Use on any respiratory infection
  • Good as an antibacterial spray. Get a one ounce glass spritzer bottle then add distilled water
    and 4-6 drops of Healthy Spice. Shake well before each use. The one ounce bottle fits well in a purse or desk drawer, even the glove box of the car. Use it to spray down shopping carts, door handles, toilet seats, anywhere germs may be hiding.
  • Make a mouthwash by combining 1/2 cup of Witch Hazel (or 1/4 cup Everclear) and 12 drops of X Plague Essential Oil Blend in a four ounce container. Shake well before each use.
Check in every Monday to see the new Essential Oil of the Week!
 Our 50% off Retail Starts Monday  January 11th Our 50% off  retail sale on  Frankincense Essential Oil
A Midwife I know uses Frankincense for added protection with newborn immune systems.
The Midwife that delivers my daughters babies, rubs a little Frankincense in a carrier oil, over there heads as an added help to the newborns immune system. She has seen the benefit for the babies she does this for, and there is a difference in the babies she doesn't. As Frankincense oil promotes healthy cell regeneration and keeps existing cells and tissues healthy. Helps build and maintain a healthy immune system.

One of the top Essential Oils you can use for your health.  It’s known for its comforting properties, and is useful for visualizing, improving one’s spiritual connection, and helping overcome stress and despair. Also a very effective sedative that induces a feeling of mental peace, relaxation, and satisfaction, and helps relieve anxiety, anger, and stress.
The predominate Frankincense used for therapeutic purposes are Boswellia carteri and Boswellia serrata.

Frankincense 15 uses:

Heal wounds from cuts, scrapes, and burns
Reduce scars
Relieve symptoms of gout
Foster strong immune system.
Mitigate depression and feelings of helplessness
Colds and congestion
Relieve itching
Relieve arthritis pain and swelling
Clear up cystic acne
Remove moles, skin tags, and warts
Restless leg syndrome
Promote sleep and prevent insomnia
Oral Health
Enhance the efficacy of other essential oils

Frankincense is calming and soothing to the skin, and can help treat dry skin, reverse signs of aging, and reduce the appearance of stretch marks and scars.  Frankincense oil’s astringent properties help:  

  • Strengthen gums and hair roots
  • Stop wounds from bleeding
  • Speed up the healing of cuts, acne, insect bites, and boils

Frankincense essential oil blends well with all essential oils. More Information on Frankincense Found Here> > >

Check in every Monday to see the new Essential Oil of the Week!
Our 50% off Retail Sale Starts Monday January 18th  on
Respiratory Sinus Relief Blend and
Respiratory  Rescue Blend
these are great companion blends
Respiratory Congestion Consider For:
  • Allergies
  • Colds
  • Bronchitis
  • Flu
  • Cold sores
  • Sinusitis
  • Sore throat
  • Mucus
  • Bone Spurs

Specifically supports and soothes, especially when placed on the bottom of feet or over chest, the immune system, sinus', supports healthy lung function and respiratory system, and even the circulatory system. Make a hot compress to provide more comfort in chest during the winter months.Carefully pour boiling water in a mug, add a few drops of Respiratory Congestion Blend drape a towel over your head and inhale the mist, for clearing sinus congestion.

Respiratory Rescue Blend  Consider for:

  • Tuberculosis
  • pneumonia
  • upper respiratory problems
  • viral infections
  • asthma

Deeply soothing therapeutic grade essential oils that will provide comfort when applied topically to the chest and throat or diffused.

Check in every Monday to see the new Essential Oil of the Week!
Our 50% off Retail Sale Starts Monday January 28th  on  No Mo Pain Blend

No-Mo-Pain Blend, one of our Top Sellers. Because of these reasons.
This blend was created to help lessen inflammation and pain by promoting circulation and reducing tenderness. Those suffering from muscle spasms, sprains, sports injuries, and arthritis can also benefit from using this blend.
  • Lesson Inflammation
  • Increase Circulation
  • Reduce Muscle Tenderness
  • Reduced Pain Sensation

Top New Years Resolutions
New Year’s resolutions are a bit like babies: They’re fun to make
but extremely difficult to maintain.
Losing Weight:  Plan for bumps in the road. Use a food journal to keep track of what you eat and have a support system in place.

Essential oils can be a natural aid for weight loss and maintenance. They can have very positive impact on weight loss efforts when combined with healthy diet and lifestyle.

Some Essential oils can really help with weight loss by helping to melt the fat and by helping the body to carry less toxins.
Several Essential oils can suppress cravings, increase metabolism, reduce fluid retention and helps alleviate emotional stress and stress eating.

Grapefruit is one of the best essential oils for weight loss due to the d-limonene found in grapefruit. It helps in releasing fatty acids into bloodstream where the body breaks them down and uses it for energy. A study conducted on the protective effects of d-limonene in the animal’s shows that it helps reduce body weight by reducing lipid peroxidation (oxidative damage) and lowering cholesterol.

Peppermint essential oil has unique weight loss benefits. It is great for reducing appetite and helps suppress cravings. We feel full because of a special mechanism in our brain and peppermint works on that part of the brain which triggers the feeling of fullness when you eat. It is found to be more effective than any other scent in creating serotonin in the brain that is linked with cravings for sweets. A study on the effects of peppermint scent on appetite control confirms that participants inhaling peppermint essential oil were less likely to feel hungry and had fewer cravings than the ones who didn’t inhale peppermint essential oil.

Lemon essential oil is great for addressing intestinal parasites that are often a secret cause of weight gain. It helps in weight loss by dealing with various digestive ailments, balancing your metabolism and increasing energy levels. It helps the body to carry less toxins which it stores in the fat cells for no good reason.
The Smell & Taste Treatment and Research Institute of Chicago found that inhaling lemon and peppermint essential oil scent is more natural and effective way to control appetite to help with weight loss.

Ginger Essential Oil  works because it also reduces sugar cravings and helps reduce inflammation in the body. It’s so important that if you’re going to lose weight, that you’re also reducing inflammation, and supporting digestion and absorption of nutrients.

Bergamot essential oil  this oil is extracted from Italian citrus fruits and it is perfect for those who eat when they are stressed. Sedative properties of bergamot essential oil make it perfect for fighting with stress related weight gain and controlling stress triggered eating. It can be more effective if you pair it with lavender essential oil.
Bergamot essential oil is very effective in weight control because it contains extremely large amounts of the polyphenols (that are also found in green tea). This polyphenols content is great for fat oxidation (halt production of blood fat), increasing metabolism and preventing the absorption of cholesterol. Bergamot inhibits an enzyme that is linked to the blood sugar levels, being more active when sugar is high which promotes the decomposition of sugar and fats.

Cinnamon essential oil is found to promote a feeling of fullness after meals. It works more as a weight gain preventer and less of a weight loss plan. It works to enhance the effect of all other weight loss essential oils. It helps in breaking down sugar for absorption into the body as energy, so as a result the body would have less fatty acids to store. It is also found to be very effective against candida which influences weight gain.
Cinnamon helps increase blood circulation, stimulates the immune system, improves gut health and irritable bowel syndrome and metabolism which is why it may be helpful in weight loss. Cinnamon is also known for its anti-inflammatory uses and it stimulates the immune system, and even increases libido.

Sandalwood essential oil works great for stress eating. It helps overcoming negative feelings and behavior so that you no longer feel tempted to eat more to deal with stress.
Quit Smoking: Fear that you’ve failed too many times to try again? Talk to any ex-smoker, and you’ll see that multiple attempts are often the path to success.
Think of all the money you will save.
In a study with 20 people who were daily users of nicotine products (cigarettes, snuff, or chewing tobacco) were asked to try aromatherapy instead. They were divided into two separate groups and given an essential oil (either black pepper or angelica) and given instructions to place one drop of essential oil on a tissue and inhale this for two minutes (roughly the amount of time it takes to smoke a cigarette) whenever they felt the urge to use tobacco. The test subjects reported back with their experiences and they found that both essential oils effectively curbed cravings, but they provoked different responses. It was reported that the intensity of their cravings were reduced dramatically after inhaling black pepper essential oil than they did with angelica essential oil, but inhaling angelica essential oil helped to delay their next nicotine hit for longer than the pepper. Combined, they effectively helped to curb the cravings for longer.
No Smoke Blend  
A special blend to help stop smoking.
Make your own Blend using these essential oils:
Blending these essential oils, as stated above, gives you a power house of help.


You could use this blend topically, diluted in a roll-on bottle, but this blend is most effective using inhalation rather than topical application.
Dr. Christopher makes a formula to support quitting Smoking, Smoke Out. A synergistic blend of popular herbs for smokers who are trying to quit. Helps support your bodies desire to quit smoking. Ingredients:  Wild Oats, Lobelia, Rose Hips, Cayenne in a base of pure grain alcohol.

Cut the Stress:  A little pressure now and again won’t kill us; in fact, short bouts of stress give us an energy boost. But if stress is chronic, it can increase your risk of—or worsen—insomnia, depression, obesity, heart disease, and more.
Stress is an inevitable part of life. Relaxation, sleep, socializing, and taking vacations are all things we tell ourselves we deserve but don’t allow ourselves to have.

Lavender essential oil is calming, earthy, lightly sweet and freshly floral scent, it is widely beloved for its relaxing and balancing effects on both the physical and emotional bodies.

Frankincense essential oil is comforting warm, exotic aroma, Frankincense's most common use is stress relief.

Rose essential oil provides relief from both stress and depression, it stimulates the mind and helps promote a sense of well-being. It has the highest frequency among essential oils at 320 MHz.

Roman Chamomile is is superior in addressing mental anxiety. It has wonderful calming and relaxing properties and can help to dispel anger and release old emotions.

German Chamomile: Can dispel anger, clear the mind and bring stability to one’s emotions.

Cedarwood essential oil is known for its calming properties, cedarwood has been found in clinical tests to be of benefit to children suffering ADD and ADHD. Native Americans used cedarwood to communicate with spirit. Cedarwood stimulates the limbic region of the brain (centre of emotions) and the pineal gland, which releases melatonin (melatonin plays an important role in establishing sleep cycles). Can be diffused or applied topically. Best place to apply it is to the stem of the brain (where the neck joins the head).

Geranium is an essential oil that helps relieve tension, stress and release negative memories (it works with the liver chakra to release toxins from the body). It also helps to open the mind to new ideas.

Marjoram essential oil:  In folklore, Marjoram was known as the “herb of happiness” to the ancient Romans and the “joy of the mountains” to the Greeks.
Volunteer:   We tend to think our own bliss relies on bettering ourselves, but our happiness also increases when we help others.  And guess what? Happiness is good for your health. A 2010 study found that people with positive emotions were about 20% less likely than their gloomier peers to have a heart attack or develop heart disease. Other research suggests that positive emotions can make people more resilient and resourceful.

DIY Deodorant for Everyone

Conventional deodorant antiperspirants work great, if you don’t mind infusing your armpits with several of the ingredients used in most deodorants and antiperspirants that are not so good for you. Like these:

  • Aluminum – This is the primary ingredient in most stuff you’ll buy at the store. It’s a metal which has been linked to breast cancer in women and increased risk of Alzheimer’s disease. No thanks.
  • Parabens – This synthetic preservative is found in so many personal care products. The largest concern is that these chemicals will disrupt our delicate hormonal balance. Paraben exposure has also been linked to birth defects and organ toxicity.
  • Propylene glycol – Common name: antifreeze. This is a petroleum based material. In large quantities, studies have shown that this stuff can cause damage to the central nervous system, liver, and heart.
  • Phthalates – Another class of chemicals that have been linked to a variety of health issues including birth defects.
  • Triclsoan – This chemical is actually classified as a pesticide by the FDA and a probable carcinogen by the Environmental Protection Agency.
Keep in mind that the recipe below is NOT an antiperspirant. But that’s a good thing. You need to sweat. It’s one of the ways your body naturally detoxes. Besides, antiperspirant just clogs your pores to keep the sweat from coming out… but your body will keep trying to detox. That’s why antiperspirant leaves those “pit stain” on your favorite shirt. It’s like your armpit threw up the chemical junk.
Adding Essential oils successfully assist perspiration and body odor it's also a one step application for immunity boosting, hormone balancing and thyroid assisting benefits depending on your blend!
You make want to detox your arm pits to begin with. I did and love the results!
Simply mix together:
1 Tablespoon of Bentonite clay
1 Tablespoon of vinegar
then add enough water to make a paste. Apply to arm pits for 5 - 20 minutes. wash off. It's that simple.

Deodorant Base 1 – Ingredients

  1. Mix coconut oil and shea butter, combined in a quart size glass mason jar and place this in a small saucepan of water until melted. This will save your bowl and you can just designate this jar for these type of projects and not even need to wash it out…
  2. Remove from heat and add baking soda and arrowroot (If you don’t have arrowroot, use more baking soda)
  3. Mix well
  4. Add essential oils and pour into a glass container for storage. It does not need to be stored in the fridge.
  5. If you prefer, you can let it cool completely and put into an old deodorant stick for easier use, though it may melt in the summer!

Deodorant Base 2 – Ingredients

  • Mix baking soda and arrowroot together in a medium sized bowl.
  • Mash in coconut oil with a fork until well mixed.
  • Add oils if desired.
  • Store in small glass jar or old deodorant container for easy use
  • Deodorant Base 3 -Ingredients
    • 1/3 cup coconut oil
    • 3 Tbs. beeswax, grated or pellets
    • 2 Tbs. shea butter
    • 1/3 cup arrowroot powder
    • 2 Tbs. baking soda (reduce to 1 Tbs if still to harsh for your skin)
    • 10 – 15 drops essential oil *see recipe choices below
    2 Tbs. baking soda (reduce to 1 Tbs if still to harsh for your skin).

    1. Melt coconut oil, beeswax, and shea butter in a small saucepan over low heat. Stir continuously until melted.

    2. Once completely melted remove off heat and whisk in arrowroot powder and baking soda. Then add essential oils. Mix thoroughly, but quickly as mixture will start to thicken.

    3. Pour into two empty deodorant containers and let your homemade deodorant sit until completely set (give it a couple hours for good measure). Place lid on and use as you would any other deodorant.

    The Ultimate Deodorant Base
    • 1 cup coconut oil
    • 1 cup organic olive oil
    • ⅔ cup organic beeswax pastilles
    • ¼ cup raw organic shea butter
    • 1 cup arrowroot powder
    • 2 teaspoons rosehip seed oil
    • 1 teaspoon vitamin e
    • one quart wide mouth mason jar for melting
    2. Measure and add coconut oil and olive oil to a one quart Mason Jar, set the jar in two or three inches of hot water and set your burner to medium/low.
    3. Add beeswax, melt all three ingredients together slowly, stirring occasionally.
    4. Add shea butter, melt slowly while stirring occasionally.
    5. Add arrowroot powder, stir to blend.
    6. Add rosehip seed oil and vitamin e oil at the very end, stir to blend.
    7. Pour into glass or plastic jars. 4 oz jars are a handy size in my experience.
    8. Let cool to harden, store in refrigerator.
    10. Scoop out desired amount of refrigerated deodorant base and slowly melt it down in a mason jar water bath, add essential oils, stir and pour into desired deodorant container, let cool.

    Now for the Fun Part . . .Adding Essential Oils to your Deodorant!
    For  your Thyroid add:
    Whole family favorite add:
    A Man Favorite add:
    Women's Blend, Hormonal Balance add:

    Magnesium is necessary for hundreds of functions within the body
    Every single cell in the human body demands adequate Magnesium to function, or it will perish. Strong bones and teeth, balanced hormones, a healthy nervous and cardiovascular system, well functioning detoxification pathways and much more depend upon cellular magnesium sufficiency. Soft tissue containing the highest concentrations of magnesium in the body include the brain and the heart—two organs that produce a large amount of electrical activity, and which can be especially vulnerable to magnesium insufficiency.
    Proper magnesium ratios are important for the body to correctly use calcium in the cells. Even a small deficiency can lead to a dangerous calcium imbalance and lead to problems like calcification and cell death. This manifests itself with symptoms like heart trouble, migraine headaches, muscle cramps and premenstrual cramping.
    Water was once a good source of magnesium, but now:
    Fluoride in drinking water binds with magnesium, creating a nearly insoluble mineral compound that ends up deposited in the bones, where its brittleness increases the risk of fractures. Water, in fact, could be an excellent source of magnesium—if it comes from deep wells that have magnesium at their source, or from mineral-rich glacial runoff. Urban sources of drinking water are usually from surface water, such as rivers and streams, which are low in magnesium. Even many bottled mineral waters are quite low in magnesium, or have a very high concentration of calcium, or both.

    These additional dietary factors can also deplete magnesium:

    • Consumption of caffeine
    • Consumption of sugar (It takes 28 molecules of magnesium to metabolize a single glucose molecule!
    • Consumption of processed food
    • Consumption of alcohol
    • Consumption of produce from depleted soil
    • Consumption of foods high in phytic acid

    Additionally, drugs like birth control pills, hypertension medicine, diuretics, insulin, and certain antibiotics (among others) deplete magnesium levels. Sweating often from exercise or other causes can also deplete magnesium.

    Magnesium is necessary for hundreds of functions within the body, but is especially important for:

    • Gives rigidity AND flexibility to your bones (more important than Calcium in many cases)
    • Increases bioavailability of calcium
    • Regulates and normalizes blood pressure
    • Prevents and reverses kidney stone formation
    • Promotes restful sleep
    • Helps prevent congestive heart failure
    • Eases muscle cramps and spasms
    • Lowers serum cholesterol levels and triglycerides
    • Decreases insulin resistance
    • Can prevent atherosclerosis and stroke
    • End cluster and migraine headaches
    • Enhances circulation
    • Relieves fibromyalgia and chronic pain
    • Treats asthma and emphysema
    • Helps make proteins
    • Encourages proper elimination
    • Prevents osteoporosis
    • Proper Vitamin D absorption
    • protection from radiation
    • To aid weight loss
    • Lessen or remove ADD or ADHD in children
    • in proper digestion of carbohydrates
    • emerging evidence is showing a preventative role in many cancers

    Low magnesium levels are often diagnosed by symptoms alone, and the following symptoms can point to low magnesium levels:

    • Inability to sleep or insomnia
    • Irritability
    • Sensitivity to noise
    • Mental disturbances
    • Anxiety, depression or restlessness
    • Muscle soreness or spasms
    • Infertility or PMS
    • High levels of stress
    • Headaches
    • Heart “flutters” or palpitations
    • Fatigue or unusual tiredness
    • Coldness in extremities
    • Fuzzy brain or difficulty concentrating
    • Allergies and sensitivities
    • Lack of appetite
    • Back pain
    • Body odor
    • Bad short term memory
    • Poor coordination
    • Insulin resistance
    • Carbohydrate cravings
    • Constipation
    • Frequent cavities or poor dental health
    • Gut disorders
    • Kidney stones
    • Thyroid problems

    If you have more than one of the above symptoms and especially if you have more than five, it is highly likely that you could benefit from magnesium supplementation.

    How to get more Magnesium

    Unfortunately, magnesium is often not well absorbed by the digestive track, and is even more  difficult to absorb if you are deficient or are low in vitamin D, have poor gut bacteria or suffer from a number of other conditions.

    On top of that, most foods are depleted of their natural magnesium levels and the water supply is lacking also.
    There are several ways to supplement, and a mixture of more than one type of magnesium supplementation seems to be most effective. It is important to start slow and work up, as high doses will not be completely absorbed at first and most will be wasted.

    Leafy green vegetables, sea vegetables, kelp, and especially nettle are good dietary sources of magnesium, though if you have a deficiency, it will be difficult to raise your levels enough through diet alone.

    The best way to supplement with magnesium, in my opinion, is by using it on the skin. This is not only the safest way, since the body will only use what is needed, but the most effective.

    Unlike internal doses of magnesium, topical magnesium does not have to pass through the digestive system and kidneys and can more quickly enter the blood and tissues of the body.

    Make your own Magnesium Oil Spray


    • ½ cup Magnesium Chloride Flakes
    • ½ cup distilled water
    • A glass bowl or glass measuring cup
    • A glass spray bottle (plastic will work too)


    1. Boil the distilled water. It is important to use distilled to extend the shelf life of the mixture. Put the Magnesium Chloride
    2. Flakes in the glass bowl or measuring cup and the pour the boiling water over it.
    3. Stir well until completely dissolved. Let cool completely and store in the spray bottle. Can be stored at room temperature for at least six months. I keep in my bathroom to use daily.

     Sacral Chakra
    "Your Own Place"
    Each of the Seven Chakras are governed by spiritual laws, principles of consciousness that we can use to cultivate greater harmony, happiness, and wellbeing in our lives and in the world.
    The most common location for the sacral chakra is about three inches below the navel, at the center of your lower belly. In the back, it’s located at the level of the lumbar vertebrae.

    The sacral chakra is the seat of emotion. Associated with the color orange, the sacral chakra (taken from the Sanskrit word svadhisthana, meaning “dwelling place of the self”) governs our ability to initiate, nurture and maintain healthy interpersonal relationships. Located in the lower abdomen, it is the hub of our creativity and guides us see beyond the mundane to embrace our dreams and desires. A balanced sacral chakra offers balance, grounding, and strength.

    If your sacral chakra is out of balance it can initiate a range of physical symptoms, including:

    • premenstrual syndrome
    • anemia
    • hypoglycemia (low blood sugar)
    • lower back pain
    • joint problems
    • spleen and kidney issues
    • low energy

    On a non-physical level, a imbalance of the sacral chakra can contribute to:

    • depression
    • poor boundaries
    • overly sensitive, indulgent or aggressive
    • fear and/or anxiety
    • detachment
    • co-dependency
    • manipulation
    • panic attacks

    Guilt - dysfunctional second chakra can often become money hungry, using wealth and the power it has over people to dispassionately control and dominate them. - Physical complaints such as prostate problems, PMS, fibroids, menstrual problems and lack of sexual drive can occur when the second chakra is imbalanced. Lower backache, sacroiliac problems, sciatica, and bowel dysfunction can also be attributed to a challenged sacral chakra.

    If you feel your second chakra is in need of opening and healing, there are a number of things you can do to balance and strengthen it.

    One way of opening the sacral chakra is to dance. Moving your body helps heal the second chakra by getting your body’s energy flowing, which activates the chakra and removes blockages.
    Learning to let go can be difficult, but letting go of unhealthy emotions, people, and memories—is so important. When we learn to let go of the baggage that we don’t need to carry, we create space and energy for new and better opportunities. Consider journaling or simply talking with a close friend about all that’s bothering you. It’s amazing how much better you feel when you vocalize and let go of repressed emotions and experiences.
    While Inhaling Orange Reproductive Sacral Blend : Imagine a bright, healing orange glow filling up your entire lower abdomen—keeping in mind that we’re three dimensional. Feel free to send your breath—and the color orange—to any particular area of disease or tension.
    Imagine yourself in moonlight and near open water. Allow yourself to feel a lovely sense of flow in your second chakra.
    Surround yourself with beauty--art, flowers, music, color--whatever gives you that elevated feeling that beauty confers; give yourself a moment to savor it every time you encounter it. We can cascade positive energy in this area, flushing away the negative and allowing passion and compassion to be generated.
    Essential oils can encourage us to emit the higher frequencies of emotions and by opening to the positive realms of emotions, like love, joy, harmony, trust, we can bring a more fulfilling vortex of energy to the sacral chakra and radiate these positive aspects out to others. Essential Oils: BayBergamot, Clary Sage, Jasmine, Orange, Neroli, Patchouli, RosemarySandalwood.

    Sacral Chakra Affirmations

    I love and enjoy my body.
    I have healthy boundaries.
    I am open to experiencing the present moment through my senses.
    I am passionate.
    I feel pleasure and abundance with every breath I take.
    I nourish my body with healthy food and clean water.
    I know how to take care of my needs.
    I value and respect my body.
    I am open to touch and closeness.
    I allow myself to experience pleasure.
    My sexuality is sacred.
    Emotions are the language of my soul.
    I take good care of my physical body.
    I am at peace.

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    Health Resources
    4282 West 10000 South
    Payson, UT 84651-9704

    8:00 AM - 7:00 PM
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    Monday - Saturday
    Ph. - 801-465-4949
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