Trauma Life Blend

I carry Trauma Life Blend around in my purse every day. No, I’m not a hysterical person, and I don’t live in a war zone or in eminent danger of any particular kind. Be careful how you respond to the word “trauma“.  The word originally implied “unpleasant experience which causes stress.” (dictionary.com)  Having teenagers constitutes trauma.  My kids will certainly tell you that an upcoming oral report or exam constitutes trauma.  When my kids go to summer camp for a week, our dogs most definitely experience trauma.  Recently, my friend Reggie was nervous beginning a Young Living workshop meeting, and I grabbed the Trauma Life Blend.  What was funny was her demanding to know which oil I was giving her, because she wasn’t THAT nervous…. you know, to need something-heavy-duty-for-people-who-are-facing-life-or-death like Trauma Life Blend. While I do know Trauma Life Blend may seem antithetical , my grad school training also taught that crises are perceived, they are not objective. We are sensitive to what we are sensitive to, period. It differs for each individual. I encourage you to break out that Trauma Life Blend and use it as desired for situations that impact you and your family & friends. Don’t question whether the situation is “worthy” of being labeled a trauma, just enjoy the supportive aroma of the essential oil blend.

What is Trauma Life Blend Good For?

Valerian essential oil aroma gives a sense of calming, relaxing, grounding, and normal emotional wellness.

Lavender essential oil supports normal, healthy sleep.

Frankincense essential oil aroma supports normal positive emotions.

Sandalwood

Rose essential oil creates a sense of well-being, balance and harmony. It brings the mind to a more positive outlook, and a sense of joy to the heart.

Helichrysum may promote a sense of normal feelings of forgiveness.

Spruce essential oil opens a sense of grounding and balance.

Geranium essential oil supports a sense of normal positive memories and normal, healthy emotions.

Davana has a high amount of sesquiterpenes which is a normal plant compound that’s already there in the plant. God created it, we didn’t.

Citrus hystrix may support a sense of calming and relaxation.

Tips:

Put on palm of hands, rub together, cup over mouth and nose and breathe deeply before that big presentation, confrontation, discussion, test, __________. Feel free to smear it all over your face as desired. I’ve done it many times.

A few drops on a cotton ball and put in air vents in the car.

Add 4 drops to bath water and relax.

Dilute 1:15 with vegetable oil for full body massage.

Put 2 drops on a wet cloth and put in clothes dryer.

What do you do with it?

Put it on bottoms of feet, chest, wrists, forehead, back of neck, behind ears, and along spine.

Inhale it (smell it) directly out of the bottle. Put a drop on the palm of your hand and rub your hands together. Then cup them over your nose and mouth and breathe deeply several times. I even put some right under my nose to keep smelling it longer.

Diffuse it: Only cold-diffusers, please. Heat messes up essential oils. Young Living has several great diffusers available:

    • Aria Ultrasonic Diffuser Item No. 4524 makes a mist with a couple drops of any essential oil and water. Plus, it looks really cool with colored lights & you can hook it up to your tunes. Comes with two 5 ml bottles of oil: peppermint & tangerine.
    • Dewdrop Diffuser Item No. 5330 Custom designed with up to four hours of continuous run diffusion, automatic shut-off, and ambient light control, Young Living’s Dewdrop Diffuser can transform any space into a spa-like atmosphere. This one comes in the starter kit too!
    • Home Diffuser Item No. 4468 This diffuser is the most affordable, it uses ultrasonic stuff to make a mist from a few drops of essential oils and distilled water. As an extra bonus, when you buy this diffuser you also get 2 essential oils, Lavender and Citrus Fresh, in 4 ml bottles

 

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