Hi my lovely people!
This is the last part of our monthly blend, talking about Abundance and Lemon Balm essential oil.
I know I am a week late, but many abundance related things happened in the last two weeks, and they were essential for this blogpost to be written.
To live in abundance and prosperity is not only about wealth and material possessions. It is the state of being grateful and in harmony with what we already have. It is about knowing to manage our finances, we don’t overspend, so we don’t freak out by the end of the month reaching our highest possible stress levels. It is about knowing that the number in the bank is going dangerously low, but we still have the strength to believe in the power of the Universe to provide us with exactly what we need in the current time. Living in abundance has nothing to do with how much money we have. Is about being able to appreciate what we have, and even if we are in a journey for pursuing more and better, we will never feel empty. It is also about acknowledging our very own personal power, and being able to create more ways to make up for our financial situation. And when the windfall comes, we never forget to cherish the joys of life that have nothing to do with material possessions.
Lemon Balm or Melissa (which translates into Honey Bee in Greek) is considered to be a weed. It grows abundantly in many different regions and climates and its essential oil is found in the very top of its leaves. One brush over the plant will leave the tangy lemony scent in your hands. The essential oil offers abundance and luck, helping us to get emotional and mentally ready to receive prosperity.
Melissa surrounds us with love and light, teaching gratitude for Mother Nature, and showing us how every part of this world is connected. Melissa will free you from the dark thoughts and fears that stop you from achieving a sense of abundance and live in prosperity.
Together with Grapefruit and Sweet Marjoram essential oil they can help us clear up negative programming towards abundance that may stem from this or past lives, ancestral karma and societal pressure.
Melissa is a very potent essential oil and should not be applied on hypersensitive, diseased or damaged skin and to children. Do not exceed dermal use of 0.9% dilution.
Melissa oil degrades quickly so it is advisable to buy small amounts.
Because of its high price, it is very common for Melissa to be adultered with cheaper oils or fragrances, so make sure you buy your essential oil from a reputable source.