Inspiration Essential Oil

inspiration-essential-oilInspiration essential oil blend is an amazing compilation of 11 Young Living essential oils. This blend was specially formulated to support a calm atmosphere and quiet our racing minds. This can allow us to enter our creative centers where our higher intuition operates. These oils were traditionally used by the Native Americans to enhance spirituality, prayer and inner awareness.

 

Let’s Take A Closer Look

Cedarwood high in sesquiterpenes (look that big word up for all the amazing benefits). This oil stimulates the limbic system our emotional and memory center.

Spruce to assist in opening emotional blocks to foster a sense of balance and grounding.

Myrtle essential oil for its inspiring aroma that is both energizing and elevating.

Coriander uses for centuries in many home health supporting remedies.

Sandalwood also high in sesquiterpenes, uses commonly in yoga, meditation and relaxation practices.

Frankincense loved for its grouding work on the mind and elevation. It allows the brain to releax and overcome stress and sadness.

Bergamot is uplifting and produces equanimity of the mind.

Spikenard uses on Jesus Christ when Mary anointed his feet, this oil stimulates the limbic system to release memories. May help with relaxation and nervous tendencies.

Vetiver for grounding and focus may help with concentration and thus with stress.

Ylang Ylang promotes relaxation and balancing of female and male energies.

Geranium for its relaxing and calming properties.

I highly encourage you to look at each of these oils individually to discover all their amazing constituents and properties.

 

How to Use Inspiration

*Inhale directly from your hands

*Diffuse

*Add 4-6 drops to Epsom Salt bath

*Apply 1-2 drops over your temples, back of the neck, wrists, crown of head, bottoms of feet or along spine.

*Add to dryer balls to infuse your clothing with these fragrant oils.

*Use with emotional release techniques.  Here is one of my favorite Emotional Release books.

 

 

 

 

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