Facts About A Wholesale Account

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Don’t be afraid of a wholesale account.

Let’s clear the air on some things about a wholesale enrollment account with doTERRA.

When you sign-up for a wholesale account with me, you will have a tremendous amount of loving, open support from me and my team leaders. Here are some important points.

*When you enroll, what does this mean for you*

  • You will get 25% off the retail cost of all doTERRA products
  • You can order as little or as much as you like
  • Order whenever you wish too
  • You can accumulate points
  • You have access to monthly free products
  • You can use the oils for personal use, or you can share the oils with others and take on the business side of things. The business is totally OPTIONAL.
  • You will have access to tons of webinars and information about the products, the option to like my Circle-Essence Facebook Page and get a monthly newsletter from me.

*What it doesn’t mean*

  • You are not locked into anything…nothing!
  • You do not have to pay any monthly fees
  • You do not have to order monthly
  • You do not have to enroll others
  • You don’t have to order ever if you don’t want too ….but these oils are amazing and you most likely will want to order…but it is fully your choice

Wholesale means that you get the best price available. Thats it!!

It is not scary at all…..it is truly full of awesome! 

Dried Cranberry Kale Saute’

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A bunch of kale
Tablespoon of oil of your choice
saute’ kale for a few minutes
add chopped walnuts, dried cranberries,
pinch of salt & pepper a touch of nutritional yeast.
I added a drop of doTERRA Lemon essential oil after
cooking… mixed it in =
YUM!

*If you can not find kale, you can use spinach or chard as well.

** Finding Nutritional Yeast in Japan. Alishan Organics or iherb will have it.

Nature Mandala


I have been having some rough days… last night and today was full of anxiety and strange feelings. I should have gone outside after all my morning meetings to be in nature. Being around plants and fresh air always help me. But I didn’t and I pretty much suffered through my day, until I pulled myself together and used some oils and chilled out!

Something to learn is to not let other people’s opinions ruin your day. I am slowly learning how to take care of myself, especially when someone’s opinion or the way they handled a situation doesn’t settle well. Everyone has a right to their own opinion, no doubt. But.. I personally believe we would live on a much better planet if everyone learned how to approach a subject from their heart, not in an obscure way that could hurt another’s feelings.

With all that said..here is a nature mandala I created last weekend in a park near my home. Autumn colors are brilliant in Japan and I feel so blissed out after creating with all these colors.

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Cypress The Oil of Motion & Flow

I have really opened up to Cypress essential oil. It truly shows how to trust and go with the flow in our daily lives. It is so easy to say just “let go” but to actually “let go” is not that easy. I believe that Cypress is a go-to oil for when you feel stuck, restless and unsure of what is to come and it can assist you in letting go of what ever you are holding onto that does not serve for a higher purpose. It’s fresh earthy aroma is said to help create feelings of security and grounding. This oil takes me into the woods on a hike, it truly reminds me that we are here on Earth, to live life in the present moment. Now, let’s get on to all the wonderful properties of this amazing oil.

Cypress Essential Oil

Properties: Antibacterial, antibiotic, antiseptic, anti-rheumatic, antispasmodic, astringent, disinfectant, diuretic, sedative.

Addresses: Arthritic pain, asthma, cold and flu, diarrhea, excess perspiration, hemorrhoids, insect repellant, menopause, menstrual problems, muscle pain, skin care, sore throat, stress, varicose veins.

Great for calming and energizing  when using in a diffuser or putting a drop in your hand, rubbing palms together and cupping over your nose. If you are feeling stressed this is a great quick fix.

Can be applied neat (with no dilution) when used topically. Apply to reflex points and directly on area of concern.

Blends Well With: Basil, Lavender and Bergamot.

Safety: Not for internal use.

Resources used: Modern Essentials Book, The Essential Life Book, Essentials Of The Earth Book, Emotions & Essential Oils Book.

Women’s Wellness

It’s time for Tuesday sharing! I am all about wellness and when I started 2016 I had decided it would be my year of creativity and wellness. In January 2016 I signed up for a program called Body Bliss. Step by step or should I say Key by Key I have made some very important changes in my style of living.

“It’s a 12 part online membership program that offers you a feminine approach to Yoga, Fitness, Nutrition, Self Development and Lifestyle.” -Shivani

I am a true believer that making life changes takes a lot of patience and self love. Shivani takes you on a 12 part program (12 Keys) that opens your heart and helps you move into small transformations that you use daily. Her style is juicy, passionate and playful. It’s also helpful that she keeps in mind that we are all busy these days, the “Bliss Breaks” are only 9-15 minutes long. Easy to fit into your daily schedule and well worth every minute.

“I am flowing into loving my body, letting go of the monkey mind and being here&now with the Body Bliss rituals. There is an art to being a woman and Shivani will awaken your feminine bliss.” – Heather Minowa

Learn more today and step into your true self, one key at a time.

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