From Breakdown to Breakthrough

From Breakdown to Breakthrough

    Everyone has his or her own story. Some much more painful then others, and most are rarely shared. Do you ever look around you and wonder what others stories are? As an empath I can tell you that even without trying I can sense others pain, and know that their story is rich and weaving. It is a great conduit for me to know and understand that not much that others say and do has anything to do with…

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Aromatherapy, Not “Always Or Never”, Not “Black And White” II

Aromatherapy, Not “Always Or Never”, Not “Black And White” II

Aromatherapy is not black and white, or an always or never modality. What do I mean by that? A quick visit to social media groups can leave you dizzy with information, some of it is erroneous; hearing statements like never use on babies, never take internally, and always dilute are commonplace. There are times when scientific fact is misunderstood, taken out of context, and times where being overly conservative comes as a result of learning information that may instill fear or…

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Determining Purity of Your Essential Oils

Determining Purity of Your Essential Oils

In my recent webinar with the American College of Healthcare Sciences (ACHS) on February 7th, (HERE) I covered a broad range of topics in regards to essential oil safety. In the Q&A portion, the question was asked about how to determine essential oil purity. I would like to cover that topic in more detail here, in order for you to be able to establish a quality essential oil. *This post is not brand specific and non-bias.  1. Your Nose Knows-Performing…

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Ayurvedic Dosha’s-Finding Balance

Ayurvedic Dosha’s-Finding Balance

Are you familiar with the dosha’s in Ayurvedic practice (Vata, pitta, kapha)? If so, let’s move forward to get some basics surrounding each one of the dosha’s, and how you can help to find and maintain balance in your life. If you do not know what your dosha is and want to find out, take this quiz here, then come back and read on. Vata: Vata types tend to be chilly, have dry skin, and are light. What I mean…

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