A night-time ritual that can help you increase positive vibes
Rituals are conscious, intentional actions you chose to make habitual because they improve your life. You can incorporate any or all of them into your own personal, everyday routine to create a life that is truly rich and rewarding. When you don’t create time for yourself, your attitude and your overall sense of well – being suffers. You are your most valuable asset! Here's how to create healthy daily routines to help make you feel happier every day.
What You'll Need
- Coconut oil
- Himalayan pink salt
- Organic lavender oil
- Amazon, California white sage stick
What You'll Do
- Night time – Nourish your soul and body by combining turmeric, ginger, coconut oil, cinnamon and a pinch of Himalayan pink salt and blend to make frothy or heat in saucepan until just simmering.
- Buy some good organic lavender oil and rub a few drops in your hands before you go to sleep, cup your hands and breathe in the lavender oil, hugely effective if you struggle with sleep.
- Have a bath once a week with candles lit and music playing fill the bath with Westlab (available on Amazon) pure Himalayan salts and a few drops of lavender oil.
- Smudge your home and yourself once a week. This has been a ritual for thousands of years by traditional Native American’s to cleanse away negative energy of others or of ourselves. Today, researchers have found that medicinal smoke is an effective way of cleaning an area of airborne bacteria. Burn the sage, then crush the leaves into a tight ball, light with a match and blow it out, letting it waft throughout a room or all around you.
- Light a jos stick or candle each night before sleep and spend a few moments reflecting on the day; before communicating that day with others, was what you said kind, was what you said necessary and was is it true?
Tips & Warnings
- Be careful when smudging. Make sure that you are lighting the sage stick safely and always make sure nothing is burning before you go to bed.
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