Forgive • Emotional Therapy Blend

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It’s healthy to forgive others. It doesn’t mean you have to be around or best buds with people you’re not vibing with but forgiving is freeing! It makes you feel lighter and helps you move on and in life that’s all we can do is keep moving forward.
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This blend has Spruce, Bergamot, Juniper Berry, Myrrh, Arborvitae, and Thyme. It’s woody and brings me straight into a forest when I smell it, which is usually a place that I need to be when someone pisses me off…. the forest relaxes me, brings me back to the moment.
⠀⠀ With a carrier oil add a drop of Forgive and rub over your heart, on the back of your neck, wrists or behind your ears. Breathe deeply with your hands cupped over your nose and mouth and let it go. Trust that the universe has your back and keep shining!

Forgive blend is a photosensitive oil so don’t apply topically and then go playing out in the hot sun. I put it in my diffuser or on the bottoms of my feet in the summer.
Emotional Therapy Blend.

Published by Heather Dettmann

Mandala artist, well-being advocate, body movement motivator, and doTERRA global educator.

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