Remove Physical Clutter To Eliminate Mental Clutter


Organizing and cleaning up clutter in your home is vital to create and maintain inner peace. Take a good look around your house. What do you see? Is there clutter, scattered papers, clothes lying around, stacks of mail, etc.?

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How Meditation Helps the Mind and Body

Meditation has many benefits for your emotional well-being and overall health. A morning meditation can help you remain calm throughout the day and when practiced in the evening it may help promote a good night’s sleep. Meditation may also be useful in relieving stress and anxiety.

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4 Steps to Create Healthy Habits

It doesn’t matter your age, it’s never too late to create new habits to support your health and well-being. You can start anytime too! The decisions you make each and every day have an impact on how you feel physically and emotionally. You can choose whether to have good, supportive behaviors or ones that self sabotage.

Creating lasting change can be difficult. Failure can be a result of not having a plan or giving up before you reach the goal. Good intentions are not enough to bring about success.
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The Role Emotions Play In Health

The Role Emotions Play In Health

Your emotions play an important role in your health and well-being. It’s typical to think only of your physical body when it comes to health but balancing your emotions is crucial to overall wellness.


Did you know that your mood and emotions are affected by diet and exercise? Well they are!


Research shows that consuming 7-8 servings of fruits and vegetables a day will put you in a better mood. And, when you’re in a good mood you are more likely to eat a healthier diet.

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Balancing Your Internal Energy Centers

Balancing Your Internal Energy Centers

Chakras are the centers in your body through which energy flows. There are seven energy centers, chakras, in your body, starting at the base of the spine and moving up to the top of the head. Each one is associated with specific organs and glands, physical functions, and emotional, mental and spiritual issues. 


When energy in the chakras is blocked it can often lead to illness.


Chakra Summary:

1. Root — Its role is to connect all of your energy with the Earth, referred to as grounding.

  • Located at the base of the spine in the tailbone area.
  • Color: Red
  • Essential oil: Vetiver

2. Sacral — Is about your identity as a human and what you do with it.

  • Located in the lower abdomen.
  • Color: Orange
  • Essential oil: Ylang ylang

3. Solar Plexus — The ability to be confident and in control of your life.

  • Located in the upper abdomen, stomach area.
  • Color: Yellow
  • Essential oil: Lemon

4. Heart — The ability to love, including love for others and for self. Also associated with health and healing.

  • Located at the center of chest just above the heart.
  • Color: Green
  • Essential oil: Lavender

5. Throat — The ability to communicate. It gives a voice to your personal truths.

  • Located in the throat.
  • Color: Blue
  • Essential oil: Frankincense

6. Third Eye — The ability to focus on and see the big picture.

  • Located on the forehead between the eyes.
  • Color: Indigo
  • Essential oil: Sandalwood

7. Crown — Represents your ability to be fully connected spiritually.

  • Located at the very top of the head.
  • Color: Violet or White
  • Essential oil: Peppermint


Essential oils are an effective way to bring balance to the chakras. When the scent of an essential oil is inhaled, molecules that are absorbed start to work on your emotional and physical health.


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Note: There may be affiliate links in this post. • I am not a doctor. All information is for educational use only and is not intended as a substitute for advice from your physician or other health care professional.
 
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