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What Is A Balanced Life Really?

By Amy Widmer What is a balanced life really? The internal chemical reactions your body creates are critical to your capacity to cope and react. How you respond to life reveals your internal chemical balance. Are you Calm, cool, and collected or reactive, crying, and explosive? A balanced life has far more to do with your insides than your outside world. - Amy Widmer Lifestyle and dietary principals are KEY. We will further explore the symptoms of hormone imbalance for men and women and give you tools to be proactive in addressing this issue using Certified Pure Therapuetic Grade Essential Oils, and support products. We'll explore body systems and their subtle response to essential oils and the profound changes clients are reporting. Come...

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How Essential Oils Stimulate Well Being

By Elizabeth Halliday-Reynolds The latest science demonstrates that we are vibrating fields of energy.  Our health can be measured in MHz. Studies by Tanio Technology in 1992 indicated that: The average frequency of the human body during the day ranges from 62 – 68 MHz. You are susceptible to the cold or flu when your frequency drops to 58 MHz. When candida is present in your body, the body’s vibration is 55 MHz. The frequency of the body is at 52 MHz when the Epstein-Barr virus is present. Cancer can appear when the body’ frequency drops to 42 MHz. 20 MHz  has been the measurement when the death process begins. Pure, therapeutic-Grade Essential oils are being shown to dramatically assist in increasing the human vibrational field. In one study...

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Five Techniques For Reducing Stress & Increasing Happiness

Republished From Kathryn Roethel at SFGate Here are five techniques for reducing stress and increasing happiness. Keep a daily gratitude journal, listing items for which you feel grateful. Perform a meditation practice, or simply a few minutes of deep breathing and quiet reflection on something that made you happy. Consider what you can do to achieve that happiness again. Make a habit of sharing the highlights of your day with someone close to you. Practice forgiveness routinely. Construct a list of all activities and experiences that relax and rejuvenate you. Use items from this list to manage your daily stress. Read the full article We at BlissBlissBliss of course would offer that getting some bodywork (massage, yoga, thai yoga) can assist you in finding the space to...

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