Meditate ~ A Precious Oils Blend for Prayer and Quiet Times

MEDITATE ~ A PRECIOUS OILS BLEND

When one thinks of traditional fragrances of prayer and mediation often frankincense, myrrh, oud (a/k/a the lign aloes spoken about in Scripture as well as its other names; Eagle-wood, Gaharu or Jinko) and the precious sandalwood are on the top of the list. Precious Oils would like to introduce you to one of our most popular blends, Meditate. It contains many of these special trees and resins.

When inhaling Meditate we feel as we are walking in the Middle East that is known for its fragrant aromas. It is best used for those seeking a time of spiritual awareness during their own personal times of Prayer, for a quiet and relaxing massage or an Ayurveda or Reiki treatment. Those who pray and read inspirational and soul-searching books will enjoy this blend. Inhale deep as you reflect on the words that your are reading by placing a few drops on a tissue.

Due to the high resin content of Meditate, using it in an electric diffuser isn’t recommended. You can blend Meditate with jojoba or sweet almond oil for a massage or perfume.  For a bath add a few drops to 1/2 cup of cream, milk, honey or salt. Stir well before adding to your bath and relax.

Go to www.Precious-Oils.com for Meditate and other quality essential oil blends. Your choice of sizes includes sample size  5/8 dram, 2 drams, 10 ml or 30 ml.

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1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. Barbara Alessandro
    Sep 08, 2011 @ 05:09:32

    Hello Cynthia, I plan to be in Israel during Feast of Tabernacles. Where will you be…I am good friend with Mia Rushing. I live in New Port Richey, Florida.

    Also, what oil mixture do you recommend for hemorrhoids (sp)

    I love your website….

    Reply

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