Dream Catcher With Essential Oil

July 23rd, 2015 | Posted by Velda in OILS | SHAMANISM & DREAMING

Dream Catcher With Essential OIl

I am completing a seven week on-line course with author & teacher Robert Moss on dreaming wide awake.  Naturally it has me thinking about the Native American Dream Catchers.  They were woven by the grandfathers and grandmothers for newborn children and hung above the cradleboard to give the infants peaceful, beautiful dreams.  Now we see Dream Catchers hanging from mirrors in cars, in windows catching sun beams, over one’s bed, and like my hand-made one hanging over my desk. (There are easy directions to make Dream Catchers on line…it is fun and very therapeutic.)

Dream Catcher With Essential OIl

Today I want to share information on Young Living, Dream Catcher™ essential oil.  It is an exotic formula designed to enhance the process of dreaming and visualization. The ability to hold onto your dreams – positive dreams that move you forward emotionally and spiritually – can lead to a greater ability to realize your desires and stay on the path of fulfillment. Dream Catcher™ also protects against negative dreams that may cloud your vision.

Dream Catcher With Essential OilHow to use:  NEAT (undiluted) then,

Apply several drops (2-4) to wrists, edge of ears, forehead, neck and feet

Add several drops (2-4) to bath water

Directly inhale or (diffuse up to 1 hour three times a day)

 

Dream Catcher With Essential Oil

Documented Uses for Dream Catcher™ Essential Oil:  Relieve boredom, poor concentration, day dreaming, deodorant, disappointment, discouragement, dream state, occasional sleeplessness, negativity (releases), third eye uplifting, calms, balances, improves vision of goals and visualization.

 

Dream Catcher With Essential OilSafety Precautions:   Dream Catcher™ essential oil does not have any known contraindications.

Avoid direct exposure to sunlight for 24 hours because this oil is photosensitive.

If pregnant or under a doctor’s care, consult your physician.

 

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