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Essential Oils and Chakras

Essential oils are wonderful stabilizers when used with your chakras.

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Natural Sunscreen

Natural sunscreen - let’s get our learn on!

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Guess Who’s Back?!

My good friend Lucy is teaching her annual class “There’s An OIL For THAT!” She’s got lots of giveaways this year! 

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Cleaning with Water
Young Living Learning - Online!

Did you know Young Living has an extensive library of online publications that you can access 24/7/365?! The resource is chock full of product information, usage suggestions and more. Just head over to or click on the image below to link there.

Be sure to check out the ART guide. We'll be attending the beauty school in Boston on April 28 and can't wait to get professional tips about the ART product line!

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Essential Oil Safety: Hot Oils

What are hot oils and why does it matter?

As described on Young Living's website, “Hot oils” are oils that can cause a hot or warming sensation when applied to the skin. Examples of hot oils and blends include Cinnamon, Clove, Lemongrass, Oregano, Thyme, Exodus II™, and Thieves®. For some people, Peppermint’s cooling sensation can be too intense.

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Okey Dokey Hinoki

Ok. I admit this blog post title is silly. I just couldn't help myself. But I'll try (really) to be serious for a minute.

Hinoki comes from Japanese cypress and has it citrus aroma. Historically this plant was used to refresh the soul. Many holy temples in Japan were constructed of hinoki, including Horyuj Temple and Osaka Castle. The tree is known as the "tree where God stayed".

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Living Your Passion

So what do you know about the Live Your Passion blend? It is really lovely and worth smelling (or buying!) if you don't have it already.

What's in it?

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Oils of the Ancient Scripture: 3 Wise Men#

3 Wise Men is an amazing blend of Sandalwood, Myrrh, Juniper, Frankincense, Spruce and almond oil that increases courage and spiritual awakening. This blend was formulated to open the subconscious mind and bring a sense of grounding and uplifting.

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Oils of the Ancient Scripture: Myrtle

Myrtle was used in the preparation of Myrtle to King David. The essential oil with the same name was used to perfume her for their wedding vows. It also has properties that can help beautify and enhance the appearance of healthy-looking skin when applied topically.

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