Recipe for Bed Linen Relaxing Mist

April 7th, 2014 | Posted by Velda in OILS

 Recipe for Bed Linen Relaxing Mist

Here is a very simple recipe for making your own relaxing bedtime linen spray:Recipe for Bed Linen Relaxing Mist

Recipe for Bed Linen Relaxing MistSpray bottle

1 cup water

4 drops lavender essential oil (calming, relaxing and balancing).

3 drops chamomile essential oil (can combat depression, insomnia and stress)

 

Blend, shake, and lightly mist sheets and pillows before going to bed.

 

Acupints-Boosting Immune SystBOOST YOUR IMMUNE SYSTEM by using acupressure on the meridian acupoints shown on the left diagram.  I have  included location diagrams for all the acupoints below.  Please don’t be overwhelmed.  There is no need to work on all the acupoints the same day.  Select the acupoints you want to work on with one or two fingers and rub in a circular motion clockwise or just press and hold with a firm pressure.  If the points you are working on are sore, spend more time massaging. Remember to work the acupoints on each side of the body.

Acupoints-Boosting Immune SystemK 27: Place your fingers in the depression above your breastbone.  Move fingers out to each side and down 1”, just below the collar bone.  You should feel a small soft spot.

Acupoints-Bemoosting Immune SystLI 11: On the side of the elbow, on the outer side of the arm. Bend your forearm.  The point is located at the end of the crease at the elbow. This is halfway up the side of the arm.

 

Acupoints-Boosting Immune SystemTW 5:  Is 2-1/2 finger widths from the wrist crease, between the two bones of the forearm.

LI 4:  With the palm down, on the ‘V’ between the thumb and index finger.

Acupoints-Boosting Immune System

Acpoint-Boosting Immune SystemSP 9 : Located in the depression on the mid-line of inner leg.  St 36: Located hand width below the kneecap, on the outside, in the depression between the shinbone and the leg muscle.

 

Acupoints-Boosting Immune SystemAcupoints-Boosting Immune SystemK 3:  Located in depression behind the inner anklebone (big toe side of foot).

B 60: Located in the depression just behind the outer anklebone (pinky to side of foot).

 

 

 

 

Goddess Wisdom - Stop Worrying

I am excited to introduce this new category exploring the wisdom and rituals of different Goddesses. Today we look at Artemis the Greek Goddess of hunt, wild animals, wilderness, child birth, virginity, and protector of young girls.  The modern Artemis woman is drawn to nature.  Ancient wisdom of these images of womanhood was never completely eliminated.  The old ways of the Goddess took refuge in mid-wifery, herbal healers, witchcraft, Tarot cards, astrology, and alchemy.

Goddess Wisdom - Stop Worrying

I am hoping this new category will help to rekindle the Goddess within you. The following Artemis Wisdom is found in Goddess, Guide Me! by authors Amy Zerner & Monte Farber:

ARTEMIS’S RITUAL

THE GREEK GODDESS OF DISCERNMENT

STOP WORRYING!

To ground your worries, find a stone you are drawn to and is large enough for an inscription.  Purify it with scented soap and water.  Then dry it well.  Apply the following words to the stone’s surface with colored paints:

Worry be gone, also my fear.

Dear Mother Earth

Will ground them here.

Walk in a straight line to a place where you can bury this rock in the earth or a flower pot.  Bury the rock with conviction, knowing that what you are doing will have practical results.  As you bury it, recite the words inscribed on the rock six times.  Turn around and walk away, knowing that you have left your worries behind.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tuesday's Healing Word Mindfulness
Mindfulness means maintaining a moment-by-moment awareness of our thoughts, feelings, bodily sensations, and surrounding environment. The act of Mindfulness is the ability to focus your attention on your inner thoughts while letting go of past or future worries.
Tuesday's Healing Word Mindfulness
“Mindfulness is simply being aware of what is happening right now without wishing it were different;
 enjoying the pleasant without holding on when it changes (which it will);
being with the unpleasant without fearing it will always be this way (which it won’t).”
– James Baraz
tuesday's healing word mindfulness
“To be mindful entails examining the path we are traveling &
 making choices that alleviate suffering & bring happiness to ourselves & those around us.”
― Allan Lokos, Patience: The Art of Peaceful Living
Tuesday's Healing Word Mindfulness