Quality Essential Oils


essential-oils

For those of you who are passionate about essential oils, like I am, I wanted to make you aware of a few of my recent exciting discoveries!

For several years I was part of one of the large companies that distributes these oils and definitely saw people benefiting from the oils… but I have since found out a few things that concern me… and they should concern you too.  Take a look at this article.

The Quality of Essential Oils

Also, a lot of Direct Sales companies will jack up the prices of essential oils in order to pay their distributors, which means higher cost for us, the buyers.

So what’s a person to do?  How do we know which oils?  Which companies can we trust?  I know there are sources out there.  I personally have found one with very reasonable prices  that I am completely confident in, and I know there are others.  My recommendation would be to do your research.   Research the company.  Do your own independent study if you can.  Compare the results.  ASK ME about the company I buy from!

Read generic books and studies about essential oil quality – not those written by the companies that produce them…  for an unbiased opinion.  This book was highly recommended to me and I will be ordering it today.

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The Complete Aromatherapy and Essential Oils Handbook for Every Day Wellness  *

I have other books written by folks in the top two companies, but I wanted something that wasn’t written by one of their representatives.  I’m excited to let you know what I think after I receive it on Monday!

*Disclaimer: Amazon pays me a tiny commission for referring customers to them.  This is one of the ways we can earn a small income through our blogging efforts.

 

This is amazing!


There are a lot of things I appreciate about this teaching.  It is not full of infomercials!  It is FASCINATING!  It goes right along with what I have been studying/learning about frequencies.  I LOVE it!  I will definitely be listening to more of her teachings!  And I am on a hunt for linen!

Science for Home Education


I haven’t watched all of these, but the ones I have seen are very interesting and thought provoking.  They are NOT the norm and do not teach what many textbooks teach.  I highly recommend watching WITH your child and then test what is said.  BUT – remember also to be teachable and have an open mind.  I personally tend to agree with his view on the earth and the sun as that is what Enoch seems to teach.  Yesterday I took the sunrise/sundown for a year and put them in a chart according to Enoch’s calendar and was AMAZED, simple amazed at how it matched up!  The portals fit. =)

So if you are brave enough to let your scientific knowledge be challenged, here it is!  Have fun!

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My Job Chart


 

 

My mom sent me a link to this FREE online application today  called “My Job Chart” and I checked it out – it’s great!  It was very easy to set up and my children each looked at it and it’s easy for them to understand too!

I can list all of our daily, weekly, monthly and extra jobs, according to each person, and as they check them off they earn points.  I then determine what they can use their points for:

  • ice cream treat
  • a day to sleep in
  • someone doing their job
  • computer time
  • a book from Amazon
  • etc

I can also determine how many points they need for each reward.

There is a charity option, so what I did with that, is made it mandatory.  Every time they pout, argue or whine, they have to give 25 points to the Poor. When they don’t get along with each other, they have to give to the Poor.  Every time they say they are “starving” they have to give to the soup kitchen charity. However, they can also voluntarily give to the Soup Kitchen. =)

I added lots of extra jobs like having a cheerful attitude all day, finishing their jobs without being reminded, doing someone else’s job for them (they both get points) or learn a hard song on their instrument, or memorize all of the times tables (for the younger ones).

I also added some great rewards they can earn, such as 2 hours of reading or 30 minutes of email.  There is an option for time with dad and mom, but I think I want that to be something they don’t have to earn.

This is so much fun!  I’m looking forward to seeing sparkly clean bedrooms and cheerful children!

Check it out!  My Job Chart