Meditation blogs, oil, worksheet series in development ( Dian)

BLOG 5

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  • Let’s make this a different blog (and can be a different order 🙂 THIS IS FOR MEDIATION

  • Briefly mention the meditation oil blend
  • Traditions around the world that practice and recommend and have insight on the benefits of mediation– please pick 6 different cultures/contitents 

 

BLOG 6

 700 words on the mediation blend

Meditation Using Essential Oils

The practice of meditation dates back thousands of years. While there are many different types of meditation, most involve focusing on the breath, finding a quiet place where you won’t be disturbed, and possibly using a mantra or other object as an anchor for your thoughts.

 

Meditation can also be practiced with the help of essential oils. Essential oils have been used for hundreds of years as part of holistic medicine practices worldwide. They work by stimulating receptors in our bodies that make us feel good or calm down.

 

The following essential oil blend can be used during meditation:

 

 Meditation Blend

This meditation blend is a combination of Frankincense, Blood Orange, Bergamot, Grapefruit, Patchouli, and Ylang Ylang Essential Oils. When inhaled or applied topically, it can help you relax and unwind. It can be used in a diffuser or on your skin before bedtime. You can add a few drops of this essential oil blend into your favorite massage oil.

  • Frankincense

Known as the King of Oils, Frankincense has been used for thousands of years in religious ceremonies and its healing properties. The ancient Egyptians burned frankincense on hot coals to purify their homes and temples. The Romans used it to treat digestive problems, leprosy, and tuberculosis. Today we use it to support healthy skin function by promoting cell regeneration and growth. This essential oil can also support healthy respiratory function by helping to clear the lungs of mucus buildup, which can cause coughs or asthma attacks. It also helps support healthy emotional balance by improving mood swings such as anxiety or depression symptoms.

  • Blood Orange 

Blood orange is known for its sweet scent that evokes feelings of joy and happiness. The citrusy scent of this essential oil works well in combination with other oils such as bergamot or grapefruit because it helps to open up your mind and make it easier for you to think clearly during meditation sessions.

  • Bergamot 

Bergamot is another citrusy oil that can be combined with blood orange to open your mind during meditation sessions. Bergamot is great at balancing emotions, so if you feel upset or irritable during meditation, try adding some bergamot into your blend!

  • Grapefruit oil

Grapefruit essential oil is a citrus fruit that has been used for centuries for its healing properties. The main components of grapefruit are limonene and naringenin. Limonene is an antioxidant that helps to boost the immune system. It also helps to relieve stress and anxiety due to its sedative effect on the nervous system. Naringenin has anti-inflammatory properties that help soothe muscle aches and pains from exercise or overuse.

  • Patchouli

Patchouli essential oil is known as one of the most powerful aphrodisiacs on earth and has been used by ancient civilizations as part of their sexual rituals. This is because it improves circulation and increases blood flow in the genitals – both very important things during sexual activity! Patchouli is also great for reducing anxiety which can be helpful if you suffer from panic attacks or general anxiety symptoms such as shortness of breath or rapid heartbeat.

  • Ylang Ylang Oil

Ylang ylang is an excellent oil for emotional balance and self-confidence. It helps to relieve depression and anxiety and promotes emotional stability. It can help you to find your inner peace, even when life feels overwhelming.

 

LESSON PLAN FOR MEDITATION 1400 words

 

Add what types of :

  1. SELF- ASSESSMENT PROMPTS=why the user wants to to do this
  2. 5 Affirmations
  3. 5 Visualizations
  4. 2-3 Give us a tradition/wisdom (from some place around the world)
  5. Give us statistics on why this is needed in the classroom for kids, at home, at work
  6. 2-3 micro activitiesThings a person can do in five minutes  TO PREPARE to build their mediation routine OR enhance their routine if they already have a routine
  7. 2- 3 Special mediation activities
  8. 1 bulleted list A how to meditate for the first time
  9. 1 bulleted list A how to meditate in a new way during the day- for someone who already has experience
  10. 1 list: A short check list the person can do each day to track and plan their mediation
  11. 1 list: Goal setting check list
  12. SELF- ASSESSMENT PROMPTS=user can see how much progress they have made and how their lives have changed based on doing this activity

 

Meditation as part of your self-care 

A self-care journal helps you practice mindfulness and self-care daily. One way to do that is by incorporating meditation into your journaling practice.

Meditation has many benefits:

  •  It can reduce stress, anxiety, and depression
  • Improve sleep quality
  • Decrease inflammation
  • Boost memory
  • Increase focus and productivity
  • Improve mood
  • Enhance creativity
  • Improve immune system function

 

Meditate for ten minutes in the morning and evening. Set alarms or reminders on your phone so that you don’t forget! You’ll find that meditating isn’t just relaxing — it’s also good for increasing focus and productivity during the day. 

Meditation Using Essential Oils

The practice of meditation dates back thousands of years. While there are many different types of meditation, most involve focusing on the breath, finding a quiet place where you won’t be disturbed, and possibly using a mantra or other object as an anchor for your thoughts.

 

Meditation can also be practiced with the help of essential oils. Essential oils have been used for hundreds of years as part of holistic medicine practices worldwide. They work by stimulating receptors in our bodies that make us feel good or calm down.

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