For radiant skin, take 2 oz of sesame seed oil in a dark bottle and add 25 drops of Australian sandalwood oil, 3 drops of rose essential oil, and 7 drops of lemon essential oil. Cap and shake well. Apply while still wet out of the shower or tub and let allow yourself to air dry. Your skin will joyful 'drink' up this deeply moisturizing formula. You may also apply to your solar plexus and heart to help abolish heavy dark emotions and allow the 'sunshine' back in.
Take 1/2 oz of good vodka, 2 tablespoon of finely grated lime peel and add to a clean jar, shake, let sit in a dark cool place for 1 week. Strain through cheese cloth or coffee filter, pour your liquid into a clean jar and add 4 ounces of rose water, then add 25 drops of clary sage essential oil. Cap and shake. Transfer to an atomizer (a bottle with a mister) and spritz your body, aura, environment, sheets and so on to access all the information given below.
Anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, against - herpes simplex virus type 2, carminative (relieves flatulence), cell proliferant (encouraging only healthy cells to grow, not scar tissue), cephalic (literally cephalic means,'related to the head', and is used to cure various mind/brain related disorders like weak memory), diuretic, digestive, laxative, nervine (help support the nervous system). Against - arthritis, rheumatoid - arthritis, bronchitis, bruises, chilblains (are the painful inflammation of small blood vessels in your skin that occur in response to repeated exposure to cold), colic, diarrhea, hyperactivity, hypertension, leucorrhea, premenstrual tensions, respiratory infections, sinusitis, muscle spasm, migraines, sprains, ulcers - mouth, vertigo. *
We have to make room for the possibility that our thought processes do not neutrally report on what is “out there” in an “objective” world. But rather, like the suppositions of theoretical physicist David Bohm, that our thought processes actively participate in forming our perceptions, our sense of meaning, our daily actions. Bohm suggests that “collective thought and knowledge have become so automated that we’re in large part controlled by them, with a subsequent loss of authenticity, freedom and order.” Seen through his hypothesis, thought is not a fresh, direct perception but rather is the past—that which has already been thought—carried forward through memory into the present.”