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Smudging, or the ritual art of burning herbs, resins, and incense for cleansing, healing, creating sacred space, and other spiritual purposes, is common to many cultures of the world and across ages of time. Druids considered sage a sacred herb and burned it, along...read more
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Have you ever taken a life inventory? An honest look at your life? I did. Several months ago, I sat down and wrote down everything - good and bad. I broke it up into categories: Relationships Spirituality Home Health Money Career Accomplishments Dreams No rosy...read more
I had a little too much fun in the sun this week... So, I used 3 drops Lavender, 1 drop peppermint, some Aloe and lotion. I mixed it together and applied liberally to the tops of my thighs (the only sunburned area on my body.) And then I made a loud contented sigh of...read more
Add a few drops of lavender to the rinse cycle when you are washing your sheets for a soothing aroma. Reuse dryer sheets by adding a couple of drops of grapefruit and then place them in your drawers and cabinets for a fresh scent. Instead of using dryer sheets use...read more
Itchy eyes and skin, sneezing, nasal congestion, wheezing, and rash - UGH, it's allergy season! Seasonal allergies result from dust, grass, weed, tree pollen, or molds. And they hit me hard every year! First, I sneeze like 25 times. Then my throat gets all scratchy....read more
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