Wendy Iturrizaga-Gaussé studied psychology in Scotland during the 1990s. Later on she obtained a master in Holistic Psychology.
The term « balm » indicates comfort of some kind. A balm is made to soothe. A balm is soft on the skin and usually releases a scent when warmed between your hands.
Aromatherapy balms are very easy to make. You will need just some knowledge of essential and carrier oils. To give texture to your balm, you will need some kind of wax. I like using beeswax for its healing properties.
The recipe here for a magical balm for Abundance can be used as a magical perfume as it melts when applied to the warmth of the skin.
I started preparing my own beauty and medical balms early this year. It all started as an emergency. My husband had been working with one of his tractors when he severely cut his face only a few milimitres under his eye. The wound was deep and it was bleeding a lot when he came to see me. As the wound was so close to the eye, it was difficult to know how to clean it. I run to my « laboratory » fridge and took a bottle of Calendula Floral water. Calendula has a great soothing power and is very popular here in France, it has been used since the Middle Ages as a medicinal plant. So, I sprayed the open wound, and the eye, with abundant Calendula Floral water to clean it. After that, I applied my miracle essentiel oil to stop the bleeding, and started preparing a healing balm. It was my first time preparing a medicinal balm, the pressure was huge as I was making it up on my own, out of my own inspiration, just based on my knowledge of vegetable and essential oils.
The balm came out as a miracle. We applied the balm several times during the day to create a protecting film around the wound. Early in the afternoon, the wound was starting to close itself. By nightime the wound was fully closed and there was not any bruising around.
After that experience I started to get more and more interested in preparing balms to heal the body, but also balms to heal the spirit, mainly to support the healing journey of women during our Women's circles at our farm.
Preparing an Aromatherapy Balm
A Magical Balm
For me, homemade balms are magical in nature as you are taking into the energy of the essential oil that you are using.
When applying the balm, use only small amounts. Scoop up a bit on your fingertip and rub it gently with a circular motion on the palms of your hands to receive the abundance that you are asking for. Your hands are magic wands, remember that you use your hands to create things, to help others, to give... and you also use your hands to receive compensation. It could be in the form of money to pay for your services, or any other sort of retribution, you are going to receive it on your hands. Even a drop of sweet orange essential oil added to your hand cream can help draw in more cash.
You can also rub the magic balm on the soles of your feet to walk where abundance is waiting for you.
Magical Balm for Abundance
Ingredients for an Abundance Balm
- 2 Teaspoons beeswax beads
- 250 milliliters jojoba oil
- 1 drop cinnamon essential oil
- 3 drops orange essential oil
- 2 drops mint essential oil
- 2 drops pine essential oil
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- Weigh or mesure the beeswax and jojoba oil.
- Use a bain marie or double boiler to melt the beeswax,do not heat directly.
- Once the beeswax is half melted, add the jojoba oil and continue to gently heat. As soon as it’s completely melted remove from the stove so it is not heated longer than necessary.
- Let it cool slightly before adding the essential oils. When you add the oils, think of all the things you want to attract into your life to empower the balm with your magical intent: carreer opportunities, money, more free time, love, and so on.
- Pour the mixture into a clean, dry container and leave to cool and set.
- Label, and mark the ingredients and date of preparation.
Essential Oils and Vegetable Oil Used for the Abundance Balm
The Essential Oils Used for the Abundance Balm
Cinnamon essential oil has long been used to bolster and uplift abundance spells. When you add the cinnamon to your balm you can say aloud : “I swirl this cinnamon to welcome abundance into my life”. When you say the intention aloud, it amplifies the energy that you are ready to receive and confirms to the universe that you are not afraid of the abundance coming to you.
Sweet Orange essential oil, energetically helps with confidence, growth, self esteem, power and prosperity. Oranges are heavily associated with love, fertility, success, and friendship.
Peppermint essential oil its known for its cleansing properties and for activating the energy of money. Peppermint essential oil is believed to increase vibrational frequencies that can help to remove negative energies. It can also help to develop your intuition to gain more abundance, helping you to get in contact with your inner vision and help you become more aware of the most powerful part of yourself.
Pine essential oil is notable for its uplifting and clearing scent. The clarifying properties of Pine essential oil, will help to clear the mind of stresses, energizing the body to help eliminate fatigue, enhancing concentration, and promoting a positive outlook.
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A Last Thing to Remember : Ask and it is Given
One of the quickest ways to get what you want is to learn to speak up and ask for what you want. Whether it is just speaking out where you want to eat dinner, which projects you want to take on, or what you want to manifest in your life. It can feel uncomfortable to express yourself honestly at first, but the more you practice, the better you’ll get and the better you’ll feel.
This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and does not substitute for diagnosis, prognosis, treatment, prescription, and/or dietary advice from a licensed health professional. Drugs, supplements, and natural remedies may have dangerous side effects. If pregnant or nursing, consult with a qualified provider on an individual basis. Seek immediate help if you are experiencing a medical emergency.
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