For oil users and meditators who want to deepen their practice!
Written for beginning, as well as advanced, botanical oil users and meditators who are interested in how to deepen their practice and combine it with oils. This beautifully written book is filled with color illustrations and oil blend recipes.
Includes daily offerings for oil users and beginning meditators who want to use botanical oils to reach deeper levels of engagement with themselves, their communities and the planet.
What this book covers at a glance:
- How to embody each of the six elements including Earth, Water, Fire, Air, Space, Consciousness
- How to align our physical body with the cosmic body
- Essential oil roller, diffuser, and bath blends for each element
- Mandalas, Mantras, and Mudras for each element
- 10-minute meditations for each element
Nature’s Narrative teaches you how to embody each of the six elements through the use of mandalas, mantras, mudras, and essential oils.
The six elements include Earth, Water, Fire, Air, Space, and Consciousness, and each of them correspond with a chakra.
Mandalas are visual aids that have been used for millennia to help center your mind and bring a sense of focus.
Mantras are phrases used to center and support the mind/body in order to align oneself with one’s ultimate purpose.
Mudras are body forms made using your hands that ready you kinetically for certain states of awareness.
All of these things combined with essential oils help us embody each of the six elements and practice creating well-being within the body, speech, and mind. This ultimately helps us align our physical body with the cosmic body.
“Well-being is not a goal, but a practice; it is something that we do” (Morrison, 2021, p. 6).
These “six elements and their manifestation within us as six chakra are a type of primordial thinking that, when combined with attitude training, character development, and critical thinking form a multidimensional approach to well-being that is reasonable and attainable for all of us” (Morrison, 2021, p. 10).