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Friday, June 27, 2014

M is for Meditation Essential Oils - Pagan Blog Project

Essential oils have been an integral part of religious and 
spiritual practices throughout history. 

Aromatherapy can be used to deepen 
your meditation experience. 

I love incorporating smell with my meditations.
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Today I present to you - 
12 Essential Oils that can 
Enhance your Meditation Experience 
Enjoy!
Try them out and let me know your results. 

Bergamot essential oil reduces worry and anxious feelings. It eases the stress of everyday life. 

Cedarwood essential oil calms and soothes the nerves. It is very grounding. 

Chamomile essential oil takes the heat out of any situation and can soothe frayed nerves. 

Clary Sage essential oil is purifying and cleansing. The sweet, soothing aroma brings tranquility to one's being. 

Eucalyptus essential oil clears the head and revives the body. 

Frankincense essential oil enhances enlightenment and connects the spirit with the divine. 

Geranium essential oil restores a sense of harmony and equilibrium. It is considered to be a great balancer oil. 

Jasmine essential oil relieves anxiety and uplifts the spirit with its exotic warm aroma. 

Lavender essential oil soothes and calms the mind promoting relaxation and natural balance. 

Neroli essential oil calms nerves and boost self-confidence. 

Rose essential oil soothes emotions and worries. 

Sandalwood essential oil brings a deep state of relaxation that takes place on the spiritual level. It calms, relaxes, lifts depression, and banishes anxiety. Sandalwood cools and calms the mind and body. Apply a few drops of sandalwood essential oil to the third eye to empower your meditation experience. It increases devotion and awakens intelligence. Sandalwood increases a sense of peace in meditation and prayer. The ultimate meditation essential oil, in my opinion, is sandalwood. 


Meditation brings deep relaxation, inner peace, and balance.
It soothes my soul!

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I'm super excited to be a part of 
The Pagan Blog Project

Every Friday experience the alphabet of spirituality 
and pagan goodness.

Check out the list of excellent blogs for week 26 of the letter M.
The Pagan Blog Project Week 26 - M 

Peace, Inspiration, & Love,
 ~Amy
 The Magick Muse
Amy Riddle, C.C., Holistic Alchemist and Manifestor of Dreams is a life coach,
reverend, creatress, teacher, writer, herbalist, tapping enthusiast, and all out muse.
She holds a Bachelor of Science in Alternative Medicine with an emphasis on herbs. 
She is a certified professional life coach with the Life Coach Institute of Orange County. 
Amy craves to inspire others to be healthy and whole in body, mind, and spirit. 
She has an affinity for striped socks, stinging nettle, and all things faery.

Wednesday, June 25, 2014

I Heart Herbs-Lemon Balm

*Please note - The information provided is collected from my various herbal books, classes, and personal research. I am not a doctor. Always, always, always consult your physician or qualified healthcare provider before beginning any new treatment. Do your own research and think for yourself. Don't believe everything you read. Questions are good!

Lemon Balm

Latin Name: Melissa officinalis

Plant Family: Lamiaceae

Character: cold, dry, slightly bitter, sour 

Constituents: bitter, flavonoids, polyphenols, rosmarinic acid, tannins, volatile oil

Actions: antibacterial, anti-depressant, antispasmodic, antiviral, carminative, diaphoretic, digestive stimulant, nervine, relaxes peripheral blood vessels, sedative

Parts used for medicine: leaves, fresh leaves, dried leaves, fresh aerial parts 



Harvest before flowering. 


Melissa comes from the Greek word for "honey bee". 


Lemon Balm has the same healing and tonic properties as 

honey and royal jelly. 


Lemon Balm Knowledge


Lemon Balm was a favorite in medieval times for it was considered to be an elixir of youth.

The leaves are great for depression and for anyone suffering from anxious digestive upsets.

Lemon Balm leaves are good for feverish colds.

It makes a refreshing lemon tea in the summer.

Check out this refreshing recipe.
I plan on drinking it on a warm summer day.

Make an infusion for nausea, indigestion, nervous exhaustion, depression, and the early stages of a cold. Use fresh leaves if possible.

The tincture has similar actions to the infusion but stronger. Small doses are usually more effective, dosage 5-10 drops.


Make a compress using a pad soaked in the infusion to relieve any painful swellings, like gout.

Use the ointment for sores, insect bites and as a bug repellent.

For depression, tension, asthma, and bronchitis use hot infused oil as a gentle massage oil.

The essential oil can be used in an ointment base to treat and prevent insect bites.

Just a few drops of lemon balm essential oil creates an excellent antidote for depression.

Make a massage oil with the essential oil in a carrier oil of almond or olive oil and use for tension or chest complaints. 




Lemon Balm Plant Spirit Prayer 




"Fly, little fairy, as fast as you can, 
and bring magic to each lemon balm with the stroke of your hand. 
Using your wand, filled with God's grace, 
make nectar of its leaves for the entire human race."
by Laura Silvana

The spirit of lemon balm gives you 
courage, emotional and mental strength. 


Peace, Inspiration, & Love,
 ~Amy
 The Magick Muse

Amy Riddle, C.C., Holistic Alchemist and Manifestor of Dreams is a life coach,
reverend, creatress, teacher, writer, herbalist, tapping enthusiast, and all out muse.
She holds a Bachelor of Science in Alternative Medicine with an emphasis on herbs. 
She is a certified professional life coach with the Life Coach Institute of Orange County. 
Amy craves to inspire others to be healthy and whole in body, mind, and spirit. 
She has an affinity for striped socks, stinging nettle, and all things faery.

Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Even Coaches Need Coaches

"Coaching is the most powerful force for change on Earth. 
I believe that coaching can help anyone change anything." ~Christian Mickelsen

Even coaches need coaches.
It's true.

First off, let's touch base on something - "coaching". 
What exactly is it? What do coaches do?

Life coaching is a holistic process that enables folks to move past their blocks and move forward living their life's desires. 

Coaches listen to you. 
Really listen.
They help you uncover your deepest wishes for a fulfilled life.

From there, they co-create a transformative action plan 
with you, leading you to your desired outcome.

A life coach is an accountability partner. 

Believe me, it helps to have someone there making sure you do 
what you say you're gonna do.

Lost? 
Get a coach.  

I got lost at the beginning of the year. 
My dad died. 
So sudden. So fast. 
I plummeted into grief. 
As expected, really. 

However, I couldn't stay there forever. 

I had a coach pull me out of it. 
I had someone to remind me that I have a purpose here. 
I'm here to help folks. 
I can't help people when I'm wallowing in my grief. 
As Louise Hay says, "Honor the love, and not the loss."
I'm alive. I'm still here. 
And while I am here, I want to make a difference.

We all get off track. 
We all get a little lost sometimes.
It's okay.
You may just need to find someone to help bring you back.

Do you need help finding your way?
I can help.

I can help you focus. I can help you bring clarity back to your life. 

Are you ready?
Let's make magick together.
Click here.
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"Life coaching is about transformation - 
from a caterpillar into a butterfly." 

Peace, Inspiration, & Love,
 ~Amy
 The Magick Muse

Amy Riddle, C.C., Holistic Alchemist and Manifestor of Dreams is a life coach,
reverend, creatress, teacher, writer, herbalist, tapping enthusiast, and all out muse.
She holds a Bachelor of Science in Alternative Medicine with an emphasis on herbs. 
She is a certified professional life coach with the Life Coach Institute of Orange County. 
Amy craves to inspire others to be healthy and whole in body, mind, and spirit. 
She has an affinity for striped socks, stinging nettle, and all things faery.

Friday, June 20, 2014

M is for Morning Pages - Pagan Blog Project

Morning Pages 

From Julia Cameron...

"Morning Pages are three pages of longhand, 
stream of consciousness writing, done first thing in the morning. *There is no wrong way to do Morning Pages*–they are not high art. They are not even “writing.” They are about anything and everything that crosses your mind– and they are for your eyes only. Morning Pages provoke, clarify, comfort, cajole, prioritize and synchronize the day at hand. Do not over-think Morning Pages: just put three pages of anything on the page…and then do three more pages tomorrow."
My Morning Pages
I love morning pages.
I started them January 1, 2013 when I was reading 
"The Artist's Way" by Julia Cameron.

She is an absolute genius.

I feel so much more alive since I started doing morning pages. 
I am able to think much more clearly in the mornings. 
I feel more balanced, more organized, more together. 
Past feelings and emotions come to the surface 
and I deal with them.
I have more vivid dreams 
and I remember them more clearly.

Watch her informative video...

Click here.

 Morning pages are one of the best therapies
 I've ever encountered and
have changed my life.

Thank you Julia Cameron. 
You are truly amazing. 


Do you do morning pages? 
How have they affected your life? 
your creativity? your dreams?
Share your experience in the comments.

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I'm super excited to be a part of 
The Pagan Blog Project

Every Friday experience the alphabet of spirituality 
and pagan goodness.

Check out the list of excellent blogs for week 25 of the letter M.
The Pagan Blog Project Week 25 - M

Peace, Inspiration, & Love,
 ~Amy
 The Magick Muse
Amy Riddle, C.C., Holistic Alchemist and Manifestor of Dreams is a life coach,
reverend, creatress, teacher, writer, herbalist, tapping enthusiast, and all out muse.
She holds a Bachelor of Science in Alternative Medicine with an emphasis on herbs. 
She is a certified professional life coach with the Life Coach Institute of Orange County. 
Amy craves to inspire others to be healthy and whole in body, mind, and spirit. 
She has an affinity for striped socks, stinging nettle, and all things faery.

Wednesday, June 18, 2014

I Heart Herbs~Thyme

*Please note - The information provided is collected from my various herbal books, classes, and personal research. I am not a doctor. Always, always, always consult your physician or qualified healthcare provider before beginning any new treatment. Do your own research and think for yourself. Don't believe everything you read. Questions are good!

Thyme

Latin Name: Thymus Vulgaris

Plant Family: Lamiaceae

Character: Drying, pungent, slightly bitter, warm

Constituents: Flavonoids, saponins, tannins, volatile oil

Actions: Antibiotic, antioxidant, antiseptic, antispasmodic, astringent, antimicrobial, diuretic, expectorant, vulnerary

Parts used: Aerial parts

Harvesting: Harvest before and during flowering in summer, discard the woody stems.

Some Thyme Info

The name thyme comes from the Greek word, 
thymos, meaning spirit.

Thyme attracts butterflies and honey bees.

Thyme is a wonderful antioxidant and 
has antimicrobial properties.

It is an excellent source of vitamin K.

Thyme is full of iron, manganese, calcium, and dietary fiber.

Thyme can be found fresh, dried, or ground.



Culinary

Thyme is a popular culinary spice.

Aromatic and pungent, thyme adds great flavor to stews, soups, gumbos, clam chowder, stuffings,
and slow-cooking beef dishes.


I absolutely love the savory taste it gives chicken.

It's also a nice addition for salads and vegetable dishes.


Medicinal

Thyme is stimulating and opening.

Thyme is an expectorant that is excellent for deep chest infections with thick yellow phlegm.

It is great for coughs and asthma.

Use an infusion or tincture for chest infections, irritable bowel, and stomach chills.

Gargle the infusion for a sore throat.

For coughs and lung infections, take thyme syrup.

You can use the leaves as insect repellant.



Essential Oil

To produce thyme essential oil the leaves and flowers are distilled.

The fragrance of thyme enlivens the spirit.

The essential oil is uses for chest rubs, insect bites, infected wounds, and arthritic conditions.

When ingested, thyme essential oil soothes sore throats, coughs, and laryngitis.

You can inhale thyme essential oil for relief of asthma, bronchitis, sinus issues, and lung congestion.

Apply the oil to the skin to help clear acne, oily skin, dermatitis, and eczema.

You can soothe insect bites by applying thyme essential oil.

Add thyme to your favorite massage cream or oil to ease muscle and joint pain.

It relieves sprains and strains.

To reduce water retention and cellulite, add thyme to a carrier oil and massage into the skin.

Thyme essential oil can be found in soaps, toothpastes, mouthwashes, perfumes, and cosmetics.


Folklore

Cicely Mary Baker "Wild Thyme Fairy"
The Greeks associated thyme with restoring vigor and valor.

Romans believed this as well, their soldiers bathed in thyme before battle to gain courage, strength, and valor.

In the Middle Ages, ladies embroidered a sprig of thyme on their knight's scarf as a sign of their bravery.

Egyptians used thyme in their mummification brew.

Thyme was used as a religious incense.

A sprig of thyme was placed in the coffin of the dead.

It was believed that the souls of the dead would live on in the flowers of the thyme plant.

Nicholas Culpeper recommended thyme to get rid of nightmares.


Peace, Inspiration, & Love,
 ~Amy
 The Magick Muse

Amy Riddle, C.C., Holistic Alchemist and Manifestor of Dreams is a life coach,
reverend, creatress, teacher, writer, herbalist, tapping enthusiast, and all out muse.
She holds a Bachelor of Science in Alternative Medicine with an emphasis on herbs. 
She is a certified professional life coach with the Life Coach Institute of Orange County. 
Amy craves to inspire others to be healthy and whole in body, mind, and spirit. 
She has an affinity for striped socks, stinging nettle, and all things faery.

Tuesday, June 17, 2014

I Am Healthy - Affirmation

I Am Healthy and Filled With Energy.
Energy by Robert Trujillo/Tres
I know and affirm that my body is a friendly place to live.

I have respect for my body, and I treat it well.

I nourish it with good foods and healthy exercise.

I affirm positive things about my body and 
tell it I love it often.

I connect with the energy of the Universe, and 
I allow it to flow through me.

I have wonderful energy.

I am radiant, vital, and alive!


Peace, Inspiration, & Love,
 ~Amy

Amy Riddle, C.C., Holistic Alchemist and Manifestor of Dreams is a life coach,
reverend, creatress, teacher, writer, herbalist, tapping enthusiast, and all out muse.
She holds a Bachelor of Science in Alternative Medicine with an emphasis on herbs. 
She is a certified professional life coach with the Life Coach Institute of Orange County. 
Amy craves to inspire others to be healthy and whole in body, mind, and spirit. 
She has an affinity for striped socks, stinging nettle, and all things faery.

Friday, June 13, 2014

L is for The Law of Dharma~Pagan Blog Project


From Discover Your Passion and Purpose 
from The Chopra Center

There are three core elements to the Law of Dharma:

1) Seek your higher self. You come into this world to discover for yourself that your essential nature is spiritual. Inside you is a god or goddess in embryo, waiting to be born and express your divinity. As you awaken to your spiritual self, you will know yourself as a timeless, eternal being in the midst of a time-bound experience.

2) Discover and express your unique gifts and talents. The Law of Dharma says that there’s at least one thing you can do better than anyone else on the entire planet. When you’re completely absorbed in expressing your talent, time seems to stand still. You love what you’re doing and you enter the blissful state of timeless awareness.

3) Find ways to serve. The third component of the Law of Dharma is about using your unique talents to serve humanity, all other sentient beings, and the world. When your creative expression helps others, you’re making full use of the Law of Dharma and experience perfect alignment with the infinite field of intelligence.



Going Deeper with Meditation

When we go deeper into our being, we find the inner place of stillness and silence that is beyond external anchors. This is the source of all energy and creativity in life.
Through the practice of meditation, you can access the space of inner quiet and open to an awareness of your higher self. There are many ways to meditate, including the Primordial Sound Meditation practice taught at the Chopra Center.
Here is a guided meditation practice that you can try right now:
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Connect to Yourself

Like meditation, yoga is a powerful practice for connecting to your essential nature as you cultivate the union of body, mind, and spirit. Yoga encompasses ancient teachings for self-awareness as well as physical postures for awakening to your true self.
Enjoy this guided yoga practice led by Chopra Center master educator Trista Thorp. As you practice, let go of any expectations of what “should” happen during yoga and settle into the experience with a sense of self-compassion and acceptance.

Exercise: Who Am I?

You don’t need to search the world to find your purpose. The clues lay hidden deep in your heart. Your purpose boils down to what it is that you have to give back to the world, and for that you need to know who you really are, for that is what you have to give.  Who and what you fundamentally are, constitutes your gift to others. When you find your true self, you find your love and joy, and you will express that in every thought and action in your life.
Let’s begin with the question of who is the “I” that is seeking to create your life. Take a moment right now and ask yourself Who am I?  Jot down your answers on a piece of paper. Many people will begin this exercise by identifying their external roles in life: I’m a mother, a doctor, a daughter, a Harvard graduate, a CEO, a triathlete, an artist, and so on. However, as they continue to ask themselves this question, the responses will begin to go beyond the ego level to the deeper realm of the soul.  I am love. I am joy. I am spirit . . .
In order to create a life of genuine happiness, we need to realize that we are all much more than skin-encapsulated egos. We are more than our titles, positions, accomplishment, and relationships. Our true self is multidimensional, unbounded, pure potentiality.

“Dharma is much more than one’s career 
or focus of activity in life. 
Dharma is the unstoppable force of evolution in the cosmos 
that impels everything forward toward self-awareness. 
Everyone has a purpose or dharma. 
If we didn’t, we wouldn’t exist at all.” 
~Deepak Chopra

I love reading this over and over.

It fills me with deep inspiration
and keeps me aligned with my true path.

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I'm super excited to be a part of 
The Pagan Blog Project

Every Friday experience the alphabet of spirituality 
and pagan goodness.

Check out the list of excellent blogs for week 24 of the letter L.
The Pagan Blog Project Week 24 - L

Peace, Inspiration, & Love,
 ~Amy
 The Magick Muse
Amy Riddle, C.C., Holistic Alchemist and Manifestor of Dreams is a life coach,
reverend, creatress, teacher, writer, herbalist, tapping enthusiast, and all out muse.
She holds a Bachelor of Science in Alternative Medicine with an emphasis on herbs. 
She is a certified professional life coach with the Life Coach Institute of Orange County. 
Amy craves to inspire others to be healthy and whole in body, mind, and spirit. 
She has an affinity for striped socks, stinging nettle, and all things faery.

Wednesday, June 11, 2014

I Heart Herbs~Lavender

*Please note - The information provided is collected from my various herbal books, classes, and personal research. I am not a doctor. Always, always, always consult your physician or qualified healthcare provider before beginning any new treatment. Do your own research and think for yourself. Don't believe everything you read. Questions are good!

Lavender

Latin Name: Lavandula

Plant Family: Lamiaceae

Parts Used for Medicine: Flowers

Harvest toward the end of flowering when the petals have begun to fade.

Character: bitter, dry, mainly cooling

Constituents: Volatile oil, tannins, coumarins, flavonoids, triterpenoids

Actionsantispasmodic, antiseptic,antibacterial,analgesic, carminative, circulatory stimulant, cholagogue, increases serotonin, nervine, relaxant, vulnerary

Lavender comes from the Latin word "lavare" meaning to wash.


Lavender Essential Oil

In the 1920’s, French chemist, Rene-Maurice Gattefosse was working in his perfume lab and burned his arm. He plunged it into the first batch of cool liquid he could find which happened to be lavender oil. The burn healed quickly with no scarring. After this miracle, Gattefosse devoted his life to researching the healing properties of essential oils.

We have discovered that lavender essential oil has a multitude of uses for our health.

It is used in creams, lotions, massage, aromatherapy, and as a sleep aid.

The essential oil of lavender is one of the most popular aromatic oils. Inhaling lavender essential oil calms your mind, body, and soul.

  • Add lavender essential oil to a spray bottle filled with water. Spray your sheets and pillow prior to hitting the sack for blissful sleep.
  • For eczema, add a few drops to chamomile cream.
  • Add lavender oil to lotion for soothing a sunburn or to moisturize dry and chapped skin.
  • Used in massage lotions and oils, it aids in relieving pains, sprains, muscular aches, and rheumatism.
  • For minor burns, apply 2-3 drops of lavender essential oil to the affected area.
  • Apply the undiluted oil to stings and insect bites.

Lavender is an excellent addition to your first aid kit!



Lavender essential oil blends well with bergamot, cedarwood, clary sage, geranium, patchouli, pine, rosemary, and sandalwood.
Other Lavender Uses
  • Make a tea with the flowers and drink up for headaches, nervous exhaustion, and indigestion.
  • One can make a sleep pillow with the dried flowers.
  • Make a tincture for headaches and depression, dosage up to 5 ml, twice a day.
  • For halitosis, use as a mouthwash.

Lavender Folklore
Lavender Fairy by Cicely Mary Barker
  • The Egyptians used lavender for mummification.
  • The Greeks liked to anoint their feet with lavender.
  • The Romans used lavender for baths and laundry.
  • Roman soldiers found it was quite useful for wound healing and fighting off infections.
  • Queen Elizabeth the 1st drank lavender tea to soothe her frequent migraine headaches.
  • Rumor has it, Cleopatra seduced Mark Antony and Julius Caesar while wearing lavender perfume.
  • To lure suitors, young ladies would wear little lavender bags in their cleavage.
  • Lavender is used to heal a broken heart.
  • Lavender was also used for protection. It was hung on the bedpost or made into a candle to keep evil energies away from the home.
  • On Midsummer, one can call upon the faery world by mixing chamomile, lavender, mugwort, and rose petals.


Lavender is definitely one of my favorite herbs. It's great to have on hand for almost anything - bug bites, a sleep aid, burns, bruises, relaxation - and the faeries like it.

Peace, Inspiration, & Love,
 ~Amy
 The Magick Muse

Amy Riddle, C.C., Holistic Alchemist and Manifestor of Dreams is a life coach,
reverend, creatress, teacher, writer, herbalist, tapping enthusiast, and all out muse.
She holds a Bachelor of Science in Alternative Medicine with an emphasis on herbs. 
She is a certified professional life coach with the Life Coach Institute of Orange County. 
Amy craves to inspire others to be healthy and whole in body, mind, and spirit. 
She has an affinity for striped socks, stinging nettle, and all things faery.


Tuesday, June 10, 2014

I'd tap that.

I've become happily obsessed with tapping.
tap, tap, tap
What is that, you ask?

Tapping, also known as
EFT-Emotional Freedom Technique,
blends psychology with Traditional Chinese Medicine.

By "tapping" on acupressure points while 
voicing what is going on with you, 
you start to tune into your body's natural ability to heal itself. 

Tapping is about honesty, 
really getting down to the core of the issue.

Tapping is about bringing your power back.

It's no bullshit.

You uncover the real deal, face it head on, and release it.

Here's a great video to help one have an understanding of tapping-and if you are already familiar-
it's still a great video.

Why?

Well - it's one of my favorite people, Louise Hay.

I love this video. 
I've always called Louise, the Queen of Affirmations -
apparently so do other folks.

Watch Tapping Solution's, Nick Ortner with Louise Hay.

AMAZING.

So - here are 
The Tapping Points
www.TheTappingSolution.com
From watching numerous videos of Nick Ortner tapping, watching The Tapping Solution movie, and reading Jessica Ortner's book, "The Tapping Solution for Weight Loss and Body Confidence" - I've put together a personal script for getting me 
started on my weight loss journey.
(For real this time - I'm digging deep to the core.)

Here's the script - are you ready to tap along? 
Go for it.
Try it out.
Feel free to change the wording to whatever suits you.

KC: Even though I have all of this weight on my body, I love, accept, and forgive myself now.

Even though I’m so frustrated about all of this weight on my body and I haven't been able to shed it, I love, accept, and forgive myself now. 

Even though I feel so weighed down by the weight, and I don't know how I could let myself go like this, I love, accept, and forgive myself now. 

EB: This weight
SE: All of this weight
UE: Weighing me down 
UN: Why won’t it let go? 
CH: Why am I holding on to it? 
CB: What do I need to learn here? 
UA: What’s this weight teaching me? 
TH: Why am I holding on? 

EB: This weight on my body 
SE: The weight of this weight
UE: And all this stress and frustration
UN: It’s safe to feel this way
CH: It’s safe to acknowledge my weight
CB: This is the way I feel
UA: and I accept myself with all these feelings
TH: and I can choose to let them go

EB: It’s safe to feel these feelings
SE: It’s safe to accept myself with these feelings
UE: and it’s safe to let them go
UN: What if I could release all this weight?
CH: From every cell in my body
CB: What if I could feel safe and beautiful in my body again?
UA: what if I could relax again?
TH: and know all is well

Take a nice deep breath.
Let it out..

And once more –

EB: Feeling safe in my body
SE: Relaxing in my body
UE: Releasing all this weight
UN: and knowing all is well
CH: My body is safe, my body is beautiful
CB: My spirit is safe, my spirit is beautiful
UA: I am safe and I am beautiful 
TH: Right now and always 

Take a few, nice deep breaths.

How do you feel?

I feel pretty damn good myself!

I've been battling weight since I turned 21.
I have realized it shouldn't be a battle. 
I should just flow with my natural rhythms.
I should flow with my life and not against it.
I'm excited to see how tapping will help me on this journey. 
I choose to be healthy in body, mind and spirit.

Wanna tap with me?
Click here or see below.

Your Tapping Choices


Peace, Inspiration, & Love,
 ~Amy
 The Magick Muse

Amy Riddle, C.C., Holistic Alchemist and Manifestor of Dreams is a life coach,
reverend, creatress, teacher, writer, herbalist, tapping enthusiast, and all out muse.
She holds a Bachelor of Science in Alternative Medicine with an emphasis on herbs. 
She is a certified professional life coach with the Life Coach Institute of Orange County. 
Amy craves to inspire others to be healthy and whole in body, mind, and spirit. 
She has an affinity for striped socks, stinging nettle, and all things faery.