Sacred Mountain Essential Oil from Young Living

I just discovered this! If you havent yet tried it, you must…

Sacred Mountain Essential Oil Provides the Strength and Protection of  Mother Nature…

Sacred Mountain Essential Oil is a spiritual oil blend that creates a feeling of security and protection. Use it for bring awareness to consciousness on a personal or global level.

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The conifer oils used in this blend have been used by the North American Indians for hundreds of years to harness the energy of the planet and bring protection. The oils helped them to recharge energetically at all levels. It is believed that is why animals like to take shelter or rest under these conifer trees.

This oil will bring empowerment, sacredness and connection to the energy of the earth. It is spiritually uplifting yet grounding for the body.

What is in Sacred Mountain Essential Oil? There are four therapeutic grade essential oils in Sacred Mountain. They are listed below along with a brief description of each oil.

  • Ylang Ylang Essential Oil (Cananga odorata) has a long history in skin and hair care products, particularly in Asia, where it is used to promote healthy luxuriant hair. It also restores confidence and equilibrium.
  • Cedarwood Essential Oil (Cedras atlantica) has an earthy aroma that gives you a sense of security. It is calming, purifying and grounding.
  • Balsam Fir Essential Oil (Abies balsamea) raditionally used for minor muscular discomfort after exercise, the warm aroma of balsam fir soothes and rejuvenates body and mind. Known for supporting respiratory function*. Grounding emotionally.
  • Spruce Essential Oil (Picea mariana) is grounding and releasing.

What are the Documented Uses for Sacred Mountain Essential Oil? Anger, aura, empowerment, frustration, grief and sorrow, jealousy, obsessiveness, personal change, prayer, protection, restlessness, sacredness, security, support, spacing out, spiritually uplifting, stress, trauma, and wholeness.

What is the Aromatic Affect on the Mind? This wonderful aroma is calming and grounding.

What is the Spiritual Influence? Sacred Mountain essential oil will help those who are afraid to hear what they need to hear or are afraid of speaking out. This usually happens because we are afraid of compromising our self or we do too often!

It also helps to connect with the mass consciousness of the planet. Use with Gathering for this purpose. First clear space and set up protection using Sacred Mountain, then follow with Gathering to connect with consciousness.

What Chakra is Affected? Opens the root and throat chakras.

  • Apply several drops (2-4) on ears, heart, neck, wrists or temples
  • Apply to chakras/vitaflex points
  • Directly inhale or
  • Diffuse

I found it at the Verde Community Collective!

Praying Mantis and Wasp Medicine

Just watched this praying mantis catch this wasp and eat it from the head down. It seems the praying mantis needed some wasp medicine! Praying Mantis Message… Make prayer and meditation part of your daily regimen. Listen to your instincts as to when to move forward. Wasp message says what ever task in front of you jump in and go for it. Break out of your routine and do something unusual. Lead with your heart not your mind.



Horned Toad Lizard Animal Medicine

Found this little guy while looking for a prickly pear snack… a horned toad. It is actually a lizard and this little guys defense is to shoot blood out of its eyes, although it is rare that you would ever see it. In Native lore, the horned toad is believed to be Grandfather, or the Creator in animal form and is thought to bring good luck.

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Another Spiritual Journey Begins…

Hello All! Well, I’ve finally come to a place where I can begin traveling. My intention is to explore the US and visit as many different spiritual places and reservations as I can. I am in search of interviews from the wisdom keepers and elders for my documentary, “Ancestors Return.” I also will be traveling town to town in search of the spiritual communities within them and offering ceremonies and Shamanic Life Coaching presentations, by donation. Along the way as I am all settled in the campground next to a peaceful campfire, I will be making leather crafts and posting them for sale to help fuel old White Eagle (my truck). My journey began september 1st 2017 at Powell Springs. I have my trusty travel buddy “Red” (a stuffed mountain lion) with me. So far, it has been an amazing journey, mostly looking inward which would explain why a black bear gently walked past camp this morning. I am realizing that I still have a lot of fears and I look forward to facing them on this journey. Black Bear Seek meditation and introspection, balance activities with rest, remember to play, allow any darkness you discover to teach you a lesson.

I finally set up and launched the online school EMSHA where I offer the Shamanic Life Coach certification course that includes all the spiritual teaching of what I’ve learned over the years on my spiritual journey. Twenty two amazing students and counting. It has been my heart’s desire to teach this and still be able to travel.

As always I will be offering private phone session by donation for those seeking healing and guidance on their journey, just call or email me anytime 🙂

Well here goes, thank you for being with me and I will be posting updates along the way!

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What to do when someone triggers you…

A new awareness around being triggered…

  1. Become aware when you are being triggered.
  2. Put a name on it. Label it.
  3. How am I being like this to others or what can I learn from this?
  4. Own it, take responsibility and work through it.

In the past, when someone would do or say something that upset me or made me feel anxiety, fear, unheard, unseen, angry or frustrated, I would react and complain or get defensive.

Now that I better understand the concept of me creating my own reality and other people are just mirrors and reflections of me, I can take ownership and responsibility for my emotions.

They are ultimately there to help me learn, grow, and have a better understanding.

Now, instead of getting all pumped up when something like this happens, I just breathe and notice how I feel. So essentially, I am bringing awareness to the moment.

Then I have the opportunity to either give my power away or keep it, react or respond. If I react to the situation with anger, fear, or whatever, then I am giving my power away. This could cause an argument or power struggle. This is the part of my ego who feels hurt and only wants to be right, to be seen, heard, noticed, appreciated and so on.

Alternatively, if I look at it and call it out (gently), then I am responding to it. In this way I am able to feel the emotion run through my body yet remain calm and collected. No need to become defensive. This does not mean to become passive either. It’s just a neutral, safe place to stay in during the growth process.

Next I go within myself to see where I might be doing that to others. Usually it not so easily discovered but if I look deep enough, and am willing to accept the idea that I may be doing that to others, then my ego is exposed and the beauty of it is revealed!

The next step is to work with it as I move forward. Be gentle with myself as I practice the new way of responding.

There are many different aspects and situations that can come from this concept and I look forward to the challenge!

Canoe in the Carpet

So at this meeting today, a few of us gathered around a beautiful rug to do a golden light meditation. I could help but notice this particular pattern in the rug. It looks like people in a canoe. LOL

So the message I got was there is or will be some movement happening soon. It will involve others or be assisted by others moving toward the same goal. Just recently, I switched my thinking from, “I can do it by myself,” to “I need help from others.” Maybe this a confirmation of that. 🙂