Create Space For Your Good

Written by Linda-Ann Stewart

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To accept better health, a person has to let go ofrepparttar reason for their ill health inrepparttar 122426 first place. It may be a covert need for attention, or to get out of doing something undesirable, or simply to get some time off. There may need to be changes in lifestyle, like quitting smoking or getting more exercise.

A person who wants a better job may need to relocate. There isrepparttar 122427 choice to be made. Stay inrepparttar 122428 familiar, or change locations. Either is fine, as long as you accept your choice. Some people will decide to remain in their hometown rather than move elsewhere. They've weighedrepparttar 122429 pros and cons of what kind of life they want, and choose to remain where they are.

Forrepparttar 122430 most part, we tend to think about what we lack. Not what we want. In any area of your life, what is it that you want? What might be taking up its space right now? What old idea are you hanging onto? What still has you attached to your current situation? What feels threatening about your goal? What are you willing to give up to receive your goal?

These are all questions to ask yourself and meditate on, when you want some change that's not happening. There's always a reason. All you need to do is discover what it is that's taking up its space and let go of it to create a vacuum forrepparttar 122431 new.

Affirmation: I know thatrepparttar 122432 Universe wants for me what I want for myself. Therefore,repparttar 122433 only one who is restricting it is me. I now recognize what it is aboutrepparttar 122434 old condition that I've been holding onto. It's now safe for me to let it go. I am willing to create space for a greater good to come into my life.

Linda-Ann Stewart is a nationally known hypnotherapist, writer, and workshop facilitator with over twenty-five years background in metaphysics. At her website at, she offers personal development articles, affirmations, online spiritual growth courses, audiotapes, and a free newsletter. She can be reached at

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

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