I have personal experience with depression and can attest to the power essential oils can have with this. Simply put a drop of the essential oil of your choice in the palm of your hands, cup around your nose and inhale. My favorite essential oils for this are Wild Orange, Elevation, Balance, and Lavender.
Now I don’t mean true Christmas, but rather a small aspect that is associated with Christmas.
Each month I go to the mailbox, and I once again feel like an overly eager child rushing down the stairs to see what surprises lie under the tree for me. Now instead of clothes or brightly painted toys, I get delicious smelling, health elevating little bundles of joy. These are none other than products offered by doTERRA.
This month I got their newest products that were just released at the beginning of October. These included: OnGuard laundry detergent, Juniperberry Essential Oil, Cedarwood Essential Oil, and Reveal facial system. They did release more products than that, which I will mention in upcoming posts where I discuss all the new products in detail.
My favorite thing about doTERRA is feeling completely safe and assured when I use their products. Every time I open up a bottle of essential oil, I can expect the same results every time and that is achieved through their CPTG standard. Certified Pure Therapeutic Grade is something that doTERRA created that goes above and beyond therapeutic grade and even organic (since organic parameters are not the same world wide or even from state to state). The best part about CPTG? It is so safe you can ingest it!
Now if you can’t ingest something is that really something you want to be putting on your skin anyways? No, I didn’t think so.
Not all essential oils can be ingested, which hints at their impurities or fillers that are hiding under the “100% Pure” labeling.
So when making the choice for you, your family, or even your pets health, choose doTERRA and you will never have to worry about what you are putting in to your bodies!
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“Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness that most frightens us.’ We ask ourselves, Who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented, and fabulous? Actually, who are you not to be? You are a child of God. Your playing small does not serve the world. There is nothing enlightened about shrinking so that other people will not feel insecure around you. We are all meant to shine, as children do. We were born to make manifest the glory of God that is within us. It is not just in some of us; it is in everyone and as we let our own light shine, we unconsciously give others permission to do the same. As we are liberated from our own fear, our presence automatically liberates others.” -Marianne Williamson
I absolutely adore this quote because lets face it, it is so true!
We were all created with different skills and little quirks to make us unique individuals.
What talents do you have that few, if any see?
I’d like to challenge you to start implementing your talents everyday in some form or fashion. It doesn’t have to be dramatic, but something small everyday. If you keep taking a small step everyday before you know it you will have made huge progress!
This is me taking one step at a time. I am not where I want to be yet, but I can not let that stop me from moving forward so that I can one day (soon:]) be there.
Find those people out there (if you don’t already have them) that will hold you accountable to your goals. It is up to you to decide each day if you want to move forward or backwards, but it sure is nice having those people there to cheer you on along the way!
[There is so much green in that picture!]
I’d like to pose a question to you that my teacher asked us earlier this morning.
I was quite surprised when I walked in to the class expecting to learn how to connect with a patient (I mean I thought the class was titled patient/practitioner relationship for a reason) and my professor goes, “Get ready to learn a lot about yourself this quarter.” So I guess I shouldn’t have been too shocked when the first activity was to take out a sheet of paper and write about who you are for about 10 minutes.
So…Who are you?
Some of you may know exactly who you are and think of the question often, while others of you have never had the thought cross your mind before.
I had only written several pretty general points about myself, assuming we would have to share with the class and I was amazed at what people gathered about me from my “general points”. Some of these included dabbles in a little bit of everything, has the world on her shoulders, etc. The thing is they were all right.
I encourage you all to take a few minutes and reflect. Don’t think too much, just write and see what comes up for you. It is pretty cool to see how you perceive yourself and as a result how your peers will see you as a result.
Let me know how it goes!