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Tish Reese, LMFT, founder of “Health & Healing from the Heart.” Tish is a licensed psychotherapist and wellness mentor who empowers successful,

health- conscious women to up-level their mental, emotional and physical health with natural solutions.

Visit Tish at www.tishreese.com.

Some Essential Oils to Inspire More Gratitude:

Bergamot - The Oil of Self-Acceptance

Invites you to see life with more optimism and has a cleansing effect on stagnant feelings and limiting beliefs. Bergamot contains limonene which is known to have an uplifting effect on emotions. Common primary uses for Bergamot include emotional, mental or physical stress, agitation and infection. It is antibacterial, anti-fungal, anti-inflammatory, antiseptic and neuroprotective.

Geranium - The Oil of Love & Trust

Restores confidence in the innate goodness of others and in the world. It facilitates trust, especially when individuals have lost trust in others due to difficult circumstances. Geranium encourages emotional honesty, love and forgiveness. Geranium is antibacterial, antidepressant, anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, astringent, relaxing and sedative. Common primary uses for Geranium include agitation, airborne bacteria, dry or sensitive skin, inflammation, low libido, physical stress

and wrinkles.

Spikenard - The Oil of Gratitude

Encourages you to find appreciation in all of life’s experiences. Spikenard is antibacterial, anti fungal and antioxidant. Common primary uses of Spikenard include aging skin, insomnia, nervousness and rashes.

Quality essential oils are an easy and effective way to shift your energy and emotional well-being while improving your physical health. Pairing essential oils with your gratitude practice will magnify the good in your life and accelerate your ability to thrive.