Change your life: use essential oils to make a fresh start
Transforming your life with essential oils
Making true change in your life begins with mindfulness, and with setting actionable intentions. It requires inspiration, determination, persistence, and faith in yourself. Deciding to make a change in your life is a courageous act!
You can use essential oils for manifestation on every step of your journey. They can help you find your inspiration, and tap into the inner resources to manifest change.
Thoughts on manifestation
Creating a vivid vision of what you want your future to look like is a powerful way to manifest it in reality. To do this, start by writing down goals and objectives that are concrete, achievable and measurable.
Break those goals into actionable steps towards achieving your goals, no matter how small—you never know where they may lead you. Visualize yourself succeeding in each step on the right path to reach your desired outcome.
Make sure to also practice gratitude for everything that you have achieved so far and everything that is yet to come. Manifesting your future is possible but takes commitment, effort and consistency: keep taking the necessary steps towards achieving it each day!
Using essential oils for manifestation
Let’s look at three essential oils that can help you tap into your heart’s guidance, and dissolve any obstacles toward following it!
Lavender Oil (Lavandula angustifolia)
If you don't have a clear intention for what change you’d like to manifest, give yourself a little headspace to figure it out. Start with using some of your favorite essential oils for mindfulness to get into a meditative, contemplative state.
Lavender essential oil is a powerful oil! It’s been proven to calm the body and mind, helping you release tension that’s stored in your muscles while easing worries, leaving space for new ideas.
The recipe below is a room spray with lavender essential oil and orange oil. Mist it around your room to create a calm, secure atmosphere. Then get mindful! Ask your subconscious mind what it truly wants, and listen with self love, without judging yourself.
You might also notice your mind popping in with objections for why your dreams aren’t possible. That’s okay! Lavender essential oil can comfort you as tense thoughts arise.
Just pay attention to your inner wisdom and reassure yourself that if your heart truly wants something, you can manifest it with your intelligence and strength.
Lavender essential oil recipe:
Bergamot Oil (Citrus bergamia)
Bergamot essential oil offers all the calm reassurance of lavender, with a warm, uplifting hint of citrus! It relaxes your system while supporting a good mood.
If you ever find yourself discouraged that your dreams feel out of reach, or maybe you’re too stressed out to even acknowledge your dreams in the first place, bergamot can be beneficial. Its encouraging scent inspires joy as you envision your future and escape a scarcity mindset. That’s important, because it’s hard to make a positive change if you can only feel discouraged.
Use this Breathe & Be Confident Inhaler to stir warm, happy feelings. This essential oils blend helps you get in an upbeat state of mind—like dancing to your favorite song!—so your ideas flow more freely and you can create a step-by-step plan of action for making a change.
Bergamot essential oil recipe:
Black Pepper Oil (Piper nigrum)
Setting intentions and achieving your goals takes confidence, motivation, and persistence—all things that black pepper essential oil offers!
Black pepper’s warm, spicy scent gets your energy flowing. It helps dispel heavy, negative energy that holds you back, and propels you forward to take actions toward your dreams.
The recipe below is for a Get Up & Moving Inhaler with black pepper and other warming essential oils. Use it when you need an infusion of clarity and drive to own life!
Black pepper essential oil is also a good ally when it comes to leaving behind old habits and focusing on success. It’s even being studied for its ability to help people quit smoking!
Black pepper essential oil recipe:
Get all 3 oils in 1 blend: Fresh Start!
Support yourself with a ready-made essential oil blend for positive transformations. Fresh Start includes all three of the essential oils above—lavender essential oil, bergamot essential oil, and black pepper essential oil—along with an additional oil that helps you stay grounded while unlocking inner strength: angelica root essential oil. (Angelica root’s aroma is complex and luxurious, making it one of natural perfumers favorite oils.)
It comes in a 10 ml bottle so you can add drops to your diffuser or your favorite carrier oil. Or you can get a ready-to-use roller bottle to take on the go.
Our lead aromatherapist, Karen, formulated Fresh Start to help you let go of the past, get in touch with your dreams, and manifest good fortune into reality.
Attracting abundance in the New Year!
You can transform your life at any time, but the beginning of the year is a popular turning point for a lot of people.
What are your goals for this coming year? Do you want to boost your health and fitness routines, make some changes in your career, or maybe find more ways to live a natural lifestyle—free of toxins and harsh chemicals?
Whatever your goals, using essential oils in your manifestation practice can help! Keep moving forward with the tips in our blog post, Make (and keep!) New Year’s Resolutions with Essential Oils.
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