Autumn is a season of transitions. As the year nears its end, it is time to pause and reflect on the months gone by and reassess our goals. Have we accomplished all that we set out to? Has our health been good? Have we been successful in relationships and at work?
Unfulfilled goals may sometimes leave us flustered and desperate, but don’t forget – there is still time and you can still make it! All you need is some reassurance, positivity and hope –and all these come bottled up in the Autumn Blend.
Why it works
Warm and pungent scents like Ginger and Cardamom remove feelings of hopelessness and despair while enhancing focus and productivity.
On the other hand, the zesty scents of Orange and Spearmint are naturally uplifting and lend clarity to the mind. Whether it is losing a few extra pounds in time for the holidays or saving up for a big purchase, these oils will give you the confidence and conviction to follow through.
These warming essential oils in one bottle are wonderful to have around the house this time of the year, and everyone in your family will love them.
Visualizing with Autumn Blend
Visualize 10 things (however big or small) you’d like to manifest in your life before the year is over:
– Sit quietly. Place 3 drops of Autumn Blend on a tissue, close your eyes and take deep breaths as you think about the things that you want to manifest. Let this aromatherapy blend help you experience the ability to manifest what you want in your life.
– Take some time off every morning to do this – gradually, you will find yourself more aware of your goals and more aware of the steps that are needed to achieve them.
Get your Autumn Blend today and start practicing your aromatic visualization.
© 2014, Cristina Proano-Carrion, Aromandina LLC
This information is based on traditional use of aromatherapy and it does not intend to diagnose or treat any condition. This information should not be used as a substitute for medical counseling with a health care professional. No part of this article may be reproduced in whole or in part without the explicit written permission of Aromandina.