How to Use Essential Oils for Anxiousness & Stress // doTERRA Peace Blend

How to Use Essential Oils for Anxiousness & Stress // doTERRA Peace Blend


Tara Wagner: If you have ever felt so stressed
out in business and life that you were practically vibrating with over stimulation, like you
can’t shut your mind off, you’re irritable, you’re anxious, you’re just craving a sense
of peace and quiet, this video is for you. I’m going to introduce you to a blend of oils
called Peace that is going to help you to shut it down, let it go, and feel restful
again. By the way, if you’re new here be sure to
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video on essential oils and emotions that you are not going to want to miss. What’s up boss lady, I’m Tara Wagner, your
Breakthrough coach, helping you to get it done but feel great doing it. In this video we’re going to dive into the
blend of essential oils from doTERRA called Peace. Increase the peace. I want to show you all about how to use it,
especially for things like that anxious sort of stress. We’re going to talk about best practices,
precautions, and be sure to stick around to the very end because I’m going to introduce
to you some affirmations that you can you use with this oil, as well as some recipes
and diffuser blends that you can try with it. If you are brand new to emotional aromatherapy
I encourage you to check out the video I have called Essential Oils and Emotions. It actually is going to teach you how these
oils interact with your brain, your [inaudible 00:01:20] system, to change the way you think,
feel, and thus act, and you can find the link for that up above as well as down below, so
let’s start off with a little bit about Peace. This is a blend of vetiver, lavender, ylang
ylang, frankincense, clary sage, marjoram, labdanum, and spearmint. You have roots, you have florals, you have
trees, all these calming grounding oils, and then you throw a mint in there, which is just
really, really unique. Spearmint is actually the oil of confident
speech, so I can kind of see how that can be helpful, and I’m going to point out some
ways that that’s going to be helpful in just a minute. I first just want to say not everybody smells
the spearmint in this, so when I smell this I just smell vetiver. Like yeah, just pretty much all vetiver and
a little bit of lavender. Other people will pick up, immediately pick
up spearmint, or they’ll pick up frankincense, and this is because our brains are all feeling
and interacting with these oils in a very different way. So, you’re going to pick up things based on
your emotional state, based on your mental state, it’s very fascinating. There’s a lot of theories on why that is but
what I recommend is never buy an oil based on smell, always buy it based on benefits. So, we’re going to talk about those benefits
in this video. Before we get into that I want to go over
your options with Peace and how you would use it. You’ve got two different options, you can
do a 5 ML, this is an undiluted. This means that you can put it in your diffuser
or you can dilute it to your own preference and put it in your own roller bottle. The other option is to go with convenient,
ready made, you don’t have to think about it. This is the Peace Touch. Anything from doTERRA that says a touch after
the name of it means that it’s pre-diluted for you and it’s ready to go. You can use these aromatically or topically,
they’re not suitable for internal use. With aromatic use I find this is another one
of those blends that you don’t need as many drops as a normal diffuser might call for. I would start off with three or four, see
how that goes, and then if you’re diluting it yourself what I would probably do is start
off with about two to eight drops in a 10 ML roller. Again, these emotional blends are really,
really potent. You just don’t need as much as you might otherwise
need. Even though this is an emotional blend, there
are still a lot of physical properties to the oils in this blend. Let me go through some of those with you. For kids, this is a great oil for focus, concentration,
hyperactivity. You can dilute this and put it on the bottoms
of their feet, back of the neck, down the spine. This is also a great oil for sleep, so if
you’re having a hard time falling asleep, staying asleep, getting a deep enough sleep,
this’ll be an oil that you could use. I would do the same thing, bottoms of the
feet, back of the neck, maybe down the spine. The clary sage in this also makes it really
amazing after childbirth, to support the recover process, as well as with menstrual cramps. This’ll be something that you would dilute
and put on the lower abdomen, or lower back, or wherever you’re feeling that discomfort. There are some great oils in here for skin,
so irritated skin, minor burns, stretch marks even. This could be something that you could add
to your moisturizer, a lotion, an oil, something like that to massage into the skin and help
reduce the appearance of those things, or help to ease any sort of irritation and things
like that. You can also use this to calm the nervous
system, especially if you have maybe some restlessness. A lot of people get restlessness in their
legs at night before they go to sleep, so this can be a great way, when you’re diluting
this, massage this into the lower back, the hips, the legs, and it’s going to help to
just calm that area so that you can finally rest. And then lastly, it is amazing for things
like colic, or just straight up tantrums. Adults or kids, we all have them, it’s okay. This is amazing though, we see so many parents
do little demonstrations, like videos of holding Peace close to a baby, and they smell it,
and they instantly start calming down. Really, really cool, so you can definitely
use that. I would not necessarily stick the oil up the
baby’s nose, but you can dilute maybe a drop in a 10 ML roller bottle, or diffuse, and
that could be helpful. Okay, but the real reason we are here, emotional
uses. What are all the ways that you can use Peace
for various emotions, to help you get your head on straight, be able to calm down, be
able to handle whatever is coming your way. Let’s get into those now. Like I mentioned before, Peace is amazing
if your stress is leaving you very anxious or on edge. This is going to help to calm the nervous
system. Just like with kids, it’s great for focus,
concentration, mental clarity. If you have a lot going on in your day, you’ve
got a lot to tackle and you just need to be able to think straight, this is going to be
able to just calm your brain so that you can. Also along those lines, it’s great for those
racing thoughts, or for worry, fear, insecurity, second guessing. All that stuff that’s happening in your pre-frontal
cortex. You can actually dilute this and put it over
your forehead to be able to calm that area of the brain. This also makes it amazing for meditation,
so that you can just sit calmly, and breathe, and not feel anxious while you’re sitting
there. It’s also really good for nervous energy,
and this is because it just allows you to settle your nervous system, settle your emotions,
your stress response in your body, your thoughts, everything all at once. It’s just going to have a very calming grounding
effect. There’s also a lot of heart oils in this blend,
which makes it amazing for relationships. In part because the properties of these oils
are going to allow you to let go of your ego a little bit, and that need to control, so
that you can just connect from the heart and not from the head. Real fast, drop me a comment below and let
me know where you most see yourself needing or using Peace for physical or emotional uses. There’s also a really unique use for Peace
that I think a lot of people miss. This oil has lavender and spearmint in it. Lavender is the oil of communication, spearmint
is the oil of confident speech. This is an amazing oil for public speakers,
especially new ones who still feel those nerves, that anxiousness before they get on stage. This is going to help them to calm the F down,
but also to be able to increase their communication skills, increase their clarity. Increase their mental clarity, as well as
just being able to get their message across in a clear way. If you’re a public speaker, or you’re getting
on camera, you’re getting up on any stage, any arena, any sort of spotlight, give Peace
a try. You can use this in a lot of different ways,
we’ve already talked about the feet, the back of the neck. You can also put this on your pulse points,
which would be your wrists and behind the ears. You can put this over the heart, you can put
this over your solar plexus, really, you can use your intuition and put it wherever you
dang well please. Just make sure that are diluting it to your
needs and your skin sensitivity level. Peace is really about creating more peace,
but also more contentment, more stillness, more trust, more love, more calm in whatever
situation that you’re dealing with. I’m going to introduce you to a couple of
recipes that you can use with Peace and then I’m going to get into some affirmations that
you can use with it as well. The first recipe is pretty simple, it’s three
cups of Epsom salt, a cup and a half of sea salt, and then 20 to 30 drops of Peace. You’re going to mix this all up and you’re
going to use about half a cup to a cup in your bathtub, depending on how big your tub
is. Sometimes I just like to dump it all in to
be honest with you. This is a really great way to manage stress
because the magnesium in that Epsom salt is so good for our bodies stress response, that
Peace is going to come in and just add an extra layer. This is going to be a great way to handle
the end of a long day, the end of a long week when you were totally frazzled. You need to decompress, give this one a try. This next one is a diffuser blend, but you
could also turn it into a roller bottle. It’s called Please Forgive Me, and you’re
going to want to use this when you are in conflict with another person. You’re going to do four drops of Peace and
four drops of Forgive in the diffuser. This is going to help you to soften your heart,
to create that communication, but to also allow you to release some of the anger, the
resentment, the frustrations that might be happening between you. If you are brand new to Forgive and you’ve
never heard of this blend check out the video. I will link it up above as well as down below. It’ll explain a little bit more about that
oil and how you can use it. This next diffuser blend is going to be really
great to diffuse at night to help you defrag from your crazy day. It’s going to be great to allow you to calm
your body, but also open up your heart. If your anxious stress leaves you feeling
really irritable and cranky towards other people, and just creating a lot of conflict,
this might be the diffuser recipe for you. In a diffuser you want to add five to seven
drops of Peace and one to three drops of geranium. Geranium is the oil of love and trust. So that, Peace is going to help you to calm
down, that Geranium is just going to help you to connect with the people around you,
that maybe your stress has been separating you from. Any of these recipes would also make a really
great massage. Add a couple of drops, play with the ratios,
and pass it along to your massage therapist. Wow, that’s going to be amazing. Now let’s talk about affirmations that you
can use with Peace. Again, make sure that you are customizing
these. It is more important that you’re saying something
that resonates with you, then you’re saying the exact right words. But here are some ideas to get you started. I take a deep breath and return to peace. Peace is always available to me. I now release my anger and find resolution
in its place. My body is responding to my deep breathing
and my gentle thoughts. I release tension now. I am calm and self-assured in new situations. Why is it so easy to find peace amidst the
chaos? Anger and drama have no power over me. I am peaceful and calm instead. It’s okay to not feel good, and when I’m ready
it’s okay to feel better. Peace and equanimity are my natural states
of being. I release all other habits now. I allow my emotions to flow in and back out,
knowing that they will only stay if I invite them to. It’s all good. In the big picture all is well in my world. Now that we’ve talked about Peace and how
to use it for that anxious stress, for your racing thoughts, even for some fears, you
might be wondering what other oils are good to have on hand. Like, where do you start with so many options
available to you? This is why I created my free guide, it’s
called Sniff Sniff Affirm, and it actually goes through the top 10 emotional essential
oils that I recommend that every boss lady have on hand all the time, because they cover
the things that you are the most likely to need. Peace is actually mentioned in those top 10s,
and I include some additional affirmations to use with it, as well as affirmations to
use with every one of the other oils I teach in there as well. Again, it’s called Sniff Sniff Affirm. It’s 100% free, and you can download it at
the link above, as well as down in the description. Now I want to bring you into this conversation. There is an amazing community out there, and
I know that there are so many more uses for Peace. Leave your comment below and let me know how
you use this oil, or if you haven’t tried it yet let me know how you’d like to try it. Then, make sure that you download your free
Sniff Sniff Affirm guide, you don’t want to miss that one. If you’ve found this video helpful will you
give it a thumbs up for me? Share it with your oily groups or with any
friends that you think would benefit from this knowledge, and then, make sure that you
subscribe so that you get notification of next week’s video on Emotions and Essential
Oils. Thank you so much for watching, and I will
see you next time. Peace, peace, peace, peace, peace. Increase it, increase the peace. I have no sense of humor. That’s enough of that.

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