Aromatherapy for Emotional Security

Written by Francoise Rapp

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-7 drops Sandalwood -3 drops Juniper -3 drops Cypress -3 drops Cedarwood Massagerepparttar solar plexus and third eye. Pour one-third ofrepparttar 122425 blend into your warm bath water and soak for at least 15 minutes. Pour a few drops intorepparttar 122426 palm of your hands and inhale deeply as needed throughoutrepparttar 122427 day.

******* Emotional Security ******* This blends helps you become healthily detached from negative feelings like neediness, codependence and insecurity, and become emotionally independent and self-sufficient.

-5 drops Sandalwood -4 drops St. John's Wort -2 drops Rose otto Massagerepparttar 122428 solar plexus, heart chakra and third eye. Pour one-third ofrepparttar 122429 blend into your warm bath water and soak for at least 15 minutes. Pour a few drops intorepparttar 122430 palm of your hands and inhale deeply as needed throughoutrepparttar 122431 day.

In Good Health, Francoise Rapp

(c) Francoise Rapp, 2002. Discoverrepparttar 122432 life-transforming power of aromatherapy! Internationally renowned aromatherapist and alchemist, Francoise Rapp, shares her expertise through aromatherapy classes designed for working adults and in her free weekly ezine, The Arom'Alchemy Newsletter. All this and more can be found at

Internationally renowned aromatherapist and alchemist Françoise Rapp shares her expertise each week in her free ezine, the Arom'Alchemy Newsletter. To subscribe, visit

What is a Life Purpose?

Written by Michelle L. Casto, M.Ed. Whole Life Coach, Speaker, and Author

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5 Steps to Discovering Your Soul Life Purpose 1.Awakening This is step where you awaken torepparttar fact that you have a bigger game to play in life—a unique personal and professional purpose. If you are awakening, you are beginning to notice a restlessness in your soul, you may be having trouble sleeping, getting intuitive messages, having symbolic dreams. 2.Awareness This isrepparttar 122424 step where you become aware that you need to find out exactly what your life purposes are. If you are becoming aware, you are wanting to find out more about what else there is to life, desiring more fulfillment and meaning, and feeling more awake about who you really are. 3.Acceptance This isrepparttar 122425 step where you accept your life purposes and come to terms with what it means to you andrepparttar 122426 world. If you are in acceptance, you are beginning to embracerepparttar 122427 idea that your life has purpose, realizing it is your job to be it and do it, and wanting to find out how. 4.Articulating This isrepparttar 122428 step where you articulate your life purposes by putting them into words. If you are articulating, you are putting in words what it is that you are meant to be and do, starting to share it with others, and getting excited about it. 5.Acting This isrepparttar 122429 step where you take action by moving towardsrepparttar 122430 fulfillment of your life purposes If you are taking action, you have begun making major personal and professional life changes that are more in alignment with who you are and what you are meant to do.

Michelle L. Casto, M.Ed. is a Whole Life Coach, Speaker, and Author of Get Smart! About Modern Romantic Relationships and Get Smart! About Modern Career Development. Her coaching practice is Brightlight Coaching, as she empowers people to freely shine their brightlight to the world. Her own life purpose is to educate and empower people to live with passion, purpose, and possibility. Visit her virtually: or (770) 281-4606/

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