The Benefits Of Meditation
Hey there,

In today’s blog post concerning natural stress relief, 
we’re going to discuss how daily meditation can 
help with your stress levels. 

This ancient practice is used by people all over 
the world everyday because it gives them time to 
clear their minds and focus on being present. 

Perhaps now more than ever it's important to simply 
live in the moment instead of constantly being 
glued to our technology. We'll be covering 5G, EMF's 
their effects in a later post!  When I was at the 
Bio-Hacking Conference last September, EMF's
were touted as one of the biggest threats to our
health.  And I'll be showing you why!

When you meditate, you close your eyes and focus 
only on your breathing. It's normal for thoughts to 
pop up in your mind as you do this, but don't let 
it frustrate you. Simply acknowledge the thought and 
then let it float away. Sometimes, this is all I am doing
during my meditation!  If you are a type A +++ like me,
I promise, you can do this too!

As you incorporate meditation into your daily life, 
you'll find that those thoughts pop up less and less. 
And don't be alarmed if they don't.  I've been meditating
off and on for several years, and still have a difficult
time quieting my brain.

To set the mood for your meditation session,  
find a place and time where distractions are avoidable. 

Perhaps it's early in the morning before 
everyone in your house wakes up, or on your lunch 
break sitting in your car. 

While long meditation sessions are beneficial, 
you really only need 10 minutes a day to see 
long-term results. 

Completely relax your mind and body and focus only 
on your breathing. Think about how good it feels to 
breathe in, and then breathe out. Continue doing this 
and try not to focus on anything other than your 

I love to use essential oils during meditation.  Some
of my favorites are frankincense, cedarwood, stress
away and sacred mountain.  I apply 3-4 drops in the 
palm of my hands rubbing clockwise three times.  
Then I cup over my nose and mouth breathing in deeply.
I do this several times during my meditation time.

As you go about your day, practice mindfulness in 
everything that you do. This means ignoring cell 
phone notifications, thinking about other tasks 
that have to get done, or taking on more work than 
you can handle.  

Remember that quality trumps quantity. 

You can also practice yoga, which is often referred 
to as meditation in motion. 

Just like mindful meditation, you don't need a lot 
of time to do yoga. 

In fact, your mind and body can see immediate results
with just 10 to 20 minutes a day. 

And thanks to the internet, there are plenty of 
free videos and articles demonstrating basic yoga moves. 

Be sure to invest in a thick yoga mat before trying 
any moves, so as to cushion your body. And just as with 
mindful meditation, be sure to do it when and where you 
won't be interrupted. 

With regular meditation, both mindful and yoga, you'll 
soon be on the way to living a more relaxing life!

Stay tuned for the next in this series of blog posts, when we'll 
discuss how cannabidiol oil can help you alleviate stress. 


Aimee Carlson
The Toxin Terminator

Adrenal Support

As we discuss recharging our bodies, I have to tell you that using these two essential oils have been a lifesaver for my adrenals!!  I find nutmeg to irritate my skin on it's own, so I use a bit of coconut oil.  Apply 1-2 drops of NUTMEG over adrenals (found on mid back just about an inch on either side of your spine) first thing in the morning.  I then apply a drop of ENDOFLEX over my thyroid and a drop or two over my adrenals as well!  Check out the picture below. The adrenal glands are the yellow on top of the kidneys.   Need to get some of these oils?  CLICK HERE TO GET STARTED


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