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Easy and Effective Stress Makeovers -
Breathe and Take It Easy!
by Francoise Rapp


Engage yourself on the path toward well-being and bliss. Yes, it exists! Leave your stress at the door for just 15 minutes a day, and forget the crazy pace that pushes your limits close to insanity. This week, breathe and take it easy.

Consciously breathing increases your energy level and reduces fatigue. Increasing oxygen levels in your bloodstream is key to increasing the energy available to your mind and to your body. Did you know that 70 percent of our energy comes from the air we breathe?

Practice the following exercise anywhere -- at work, at home watching TV, in the car:

As you breathe in, focus on your abdomen just below your ribs pushing out. As you exhale, your abdomen comes back in. It's a small, gentle motion, and will feel like you're breathing down into your belly.

This short exercise will bring quick and effective relaxation. Practice five or ten breaths to start, whenever and wherever you want. Feel free to do more and after a while you may notice yourself doing it naturally and at all times. It is important to be in the moment and breathe consciously.

Melusine Tip!!!
Visualize yourself breathing in and out a light blue color. It will enhance relaxation, calm and composure.

Take it Easy...Aromas to Unwind and Relax
Which essential oils are great for relieving stress?

Lavender: brings balance and bliss, calms the spirit
Marjoram: soothes the mood
Petitgrain: calms and relaxes
Roman Chamomile: relieves anxiety, nervousness
Basil: stops the nagging mind!
Neroli: calms nervous tension.
Use the following aromatherapy blend to calm, soothe, and
enhance peace of mind:

4 drops Lavender
4 drops Marjoram
3 drops Petitgrain
To prepare your blend, pour your essential oils into a 10-ml bottle and then fill with an organic vegetable oil. Anoint your sacrum and solar plexus. Pour a few drops into the palm of your hands and do the breathing exercise above. Pour half of the bottle into a warm bath and soak for at least 15 minutes.

Click here - to order the oils you need to unwind and relax.

In Good Health,
Francoise Rapp

(c) Francoise Rapp, 2002. Internationally renowned aromatherapist and alchemist, Francoise Rapp, shares her expertise in using essential oils to heal and revitalize body and mind at http://www.aromalchemy.com. Highlights include aromatherapy classes, pure & organic essential oils, recipes and aromatic treatments for health and wellness, and a free weekly newsletter. Discover the power of aromatherapy today at http://www.aromalchemy.com!

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