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Oil connected with the Third eye bringing wisdom, clarity and calm to the whole physical body. Great moisturizing oil, it soothes the skin and gives it elasticity helping healing and circulation. Relaxes possible inflammations of the breasts and uterine area.
Balances Vata, Pitta and Kapha disorders.
Vegetable and Oleomacerate Oils: Lavender Oil (Almond/Sesame), Mugwort Oil (Sesame), Sage Oil (Coconut and Wheat Germ Oil).
Essential Oils of Medicinal Plants: Mugwort, Lavender and Sage.
INTUICION OIL : INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
Apply the oil after showering on slightly damp or dry skin.
Massage gently with a little Intuition Oil spreading it over your ears and forehead and with the palms of your hands activate the whole scalp by patting the whole head. Element Air and Ether. Activates the third eye
In Ayurvedic medicine for Vata, Pita and Kapha disorders.
To connect with the third eye. With a little oil intuition your ears, nose and forehead and with the palms of your hands activate the entire scalp giving small pats all over the head. Inner listening. Massage breasts and uterus area. Visualize the color purple.
To activate circulation, soothe the skin and offer elasticity and brightness, with wet skin gently massage all parts of your body, especially the areas to be treated. Connect with our own intuition.
I AM CLARITY. I AM OPEN TO ALL POSSIBILITIES.
I connect with my third eye, listen to my inner voice, recognizing its wisdom. I develop my intuition.
THE 5 ELEMENTS ACCORDING TO AYURVEDA
Ayurveda affirms that the whole universe is composed of energy and that this energy exists in five different states that give rise to the five elements. These five elements are: Ether, Air, Fire, Water and Earth.
The five elements have some matter and some energy. They range from the subtlest (Ether) to the coarsest (Earth). Matter manifests as the combination and permutation of these five or vibratory states of energy.
These five elements should not be interpreted literally, but rather as metaphors that help us to understand the Universe. They represent 5 qualities of energy that we can recognize when we experience them daily in our physical, mental and emotional lives.
Their interaction constitutes the formation of infinite numbers of objects from animate to inanimate. Matter is determined in a specific way according to the predominance or characteristics of the elements contained in it.
The 5 elements exist united everywhere and in all things and are constantly changing and interchanging, in an infinite variety of proportions and each one of them has a range of very differentiated attributes.
This same consideration must be taken into account with regard to nutrition both inside and outside.
Each of them are unique and specific combinations of the five elements, which determine their physical and energetic characteristics, as well as the overall influence they exert on us.
In Ayurveda, there are three primary life forces, derived from the five elements, which are known as doshas – Vata, Pitta and Kapha – that are responsible for all functions of the body, both physical and psychological.