Who fears failure?
Good morning, friends! Did you know that it's almost a universal truth--lots of us are afraid to fail? That doesn't mean we accept that as our natural state, and blop down on the sofa with a defeatest "What's the use? I'm afraid to fail and always will anyway, so why bother" attitude. It means we can use our PEPPERMINT essential oil and get to the other side of that emotion, and then move on to accept our growth. Huh? What does that mean?
Read the following information from Dr. Carolyn L. Mein. And if you'd like to set up an emotional release in my healing room, let me know! A powerful way to use your oils that you just might be ready for!
"The positive side of Failure is Unfoldment. The lesson, or way out of Failure, is “I accept growth.” Once you learn what you need from an experience, it shifts, enabling you to receive the good you deserve.
Fear of Restriction is inter-related with the emotions of Failure, Dependence and Rigidity. Working with all the emotions associated with an oil allows you to approach the emotions from different aspects and clear the triggering aspects of the dominant emotion. Body types where Restriction is a core issue are Medulla, Pineal and Pituitary. The other side of Restriction is Mobility and the way to get there is “I am open to new experiences.”
Dependence is the fear of being dependent on someone else. The other side is Freedom which can often show up as a need or fierce desire for freedom. As a child, a common theme is: “I can do it myself.” The affirmation or lesson is “I am self-sufficient.” The fear of dependence is a core emotional issue for the Thalamus body type and is stored in the thalamus gland." (Confused on this paragraph--call me and I'll explain a bit more about body-types to you.) Keep reading though--it's good stuff:
"Rigidity relates to things being held or locked in place; the inability to move or be fluid. Heavy metals, like mercury and lead, have the same effect on the body. The access point on the body for heavy metals is located on the front of the hip bones.
Other uses of peppermint oil include:
- Rub 4-6 drops in palm, then rub on stomach for indigestion, nausea and diarrhea
- Add a drop of peppermint oil to herbal tea to relieve indigestion and heartburn
- Massage several drops on injury to relieve inflammation
- Rub several drops on bottoms of feet to reduce fever
- To stop hiccups, rub a drop of peppermint oil on each side of 5th cervical vertebra (located 3 notches up from large vertebra at base of neck
- Inhale the fragrance of peppermint oil to curb the appetite and lessen the impulse to overeat
- Drink a drop of peppermint oil in a glass of cold water to cool off on a hot day
- Place a drop of peppermint oil on tongue to freshen breath
- Place a drop of peppermint oil on tongue and inhale into nose and sinuses to relieve congestion from a cold."
So, isn't that interesting? Maybe you just wanna use your peppermint for the usual--that's just perfect. But if anything resonates with you, gimme a call! Emotional releasing is life-changing. And I love facilitating these types of healings. (I'm a Reiki Master, as you know, and you sorta get a dose of love energy just by being in my sphere--bonus!)
Have a great week! And energize your morning with a few inhalations of Peppermint! Throw it in your water bottle! Or put a splash in your ounce of NR! And I'll be blogging about something oil-related real soon!
Love and light,
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