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WHAT’S NEW? The Heart of Aromatherapy: An Easy-to-Use Guide for Essential Oils!

Aromahead Institute founder Andrea Butje brings 40 essential oils to life in this guide to safe and effective aromatherapy. From cardamom to lavender to yuzu, each oil’s aroma, uses, and safety tips are clearly defined, while the core physical and emotional supportive properties are captured in expressive personality profiles.

Over 100 recipes are included to support skin care, rest and relaxation, respiratory health, digestion, pain relief, meditation and contemplation, and even natural cleaning. Kid-friendly adjustments accompany each recipe to ensure safe usage and a healthy home environment for all ages.

Take an up-close and personal peek at essential oil distillers around the world as they describe the passion, work, and meticulous care they put into creating their homegrown products. Andrea walks you through what you need to know to select quality essential oils from trustworthy sources.

By the end of this book, you will know which oils you want to turn to for different needs, whether physical or emotional, and you will be able to personalize aromatherapy blends to perfectly complement your mood and spirit. With only the most essential of resources, you can invigorate your mind, body, heart, and home.

Andrea happens to be a person dear friend of mine and I want to see her make the New York Times bestseller’s list! So if you purchase the book by this Friday the 20th that will be a HUGE help!

Get a copy HERE!

Blessings & love, Sheri

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Movement Medicine – Eco Yoga Retreat: Bali
March 26 – April 2nd, 2017

Bali Spiritual retreat

If you’re a YOGI, dancer or lover of MOVEMENT who wants to experience a DEEPER relationship to the union of BREATH and motion and fall in LOVE again with the FLOW of the BODY, then join Delamay Devi and special guests for this UNFORGETTABLE eco-yoga retreat in beautiful Bali!

We start and end each day gathering together in the yoga shala. Setting intentions, writing, breathing and moving as one. Our morning practices are more dynamic with the intention of energizing and waking up the body and our evening practices are more restorative and meditative with lots of reflection and witnessing the relationship between the body, the mind and the breath.

Along with the daily yoga, movement and meditation practices Delamay will be offering a optional 36 hour Movement Medicine Teacher Training module. This is a experiential exploration into Movement as a Medicinal practice with the theme movement as non verbal language. It is a journey into self-enquiry with a variety of kriyas and movement pathways connected to the Elements, the Vayus and the Chakras plus hands on assists and a choreographed sequence to make your own during the week.

Trip tuition: From $1799 USD per person double occupancy depending on the room you choose – breakfasts included.

Details for Bali on Delamay’s Website!


The Gathering of the Shamans: Sedona, AZ
April 7-9, 2017

The Gathering of the Shaman’s retreat event in Sedona this past April sold out so fast and it’s going to do so again for next April 2017. Because Meghan (my biz partner) will be teaching again there next year they are allowing me to promote the event to all of you EARLY with special pricing!!

So if you are interested I would register NOW or by the time normal registration comes around the event will be filled again.

This is a once-in-a-lifetime chance to retreat from your usual patterns of living and learn how to harness your inner power in entirely new ways. You’ll return to your life with fresh vision and know how to create your own reality as the work of art it was meant to be.

Can’t wait to see you there April 2017!



Trust: Can you trust and if so who?

Trust for me is one of the most fascinating human concepts. But before we proceed, it’s important to agree on a definition of trust so that we can be on the same wavelength for our discussion together.

Here’s a common definition for you: To rely upon or place confidence in someone or something. Just to be clear – we created all our concepts including the idea of trust – and just like all concepts, there is no ultimate truth to them. Yet we constantly allow ourselves to be hurt, betrayed and upset because of our trust in concepts.

Yes, you read that correctly, I am saying that no one can betray us – we can only feel betrayed and angry because of the agreements we place our trust in. So let’s talk a little more about what that means.

Most of us believe that we have been betrayed by someone outside of us – in other words someone has done something to hurt us, been dishonest or broken a promise made: some trust in some concept was broken. Indeed someone may have taken an action that took only their needs into consideration, they may have not followed through on a promise made, and they may have not told you the truth. But their actions have nothing to do with you and have everything to do with them.

That’s why no one can do anything TO you. They can take actions that involve you that you may not like – according to your point of view. But you are not a victim, no way, no how.

Here is the bottom line: People can only be trusted to do what either their belief system or their heart compels them to do. Every human either is operating from their heart-integrity or their fear-based ego-mind in any moment. Each of us operates this way until we have absolute awareness of what’s driving us every moment of our life.

No one is exempt from this fact – all of us can be kind and wonderful in one moment and hurtful in the next. Humanity is on a spiritual path so we can raise our consciousness and be fully responsible for which operating system we choose to be working from. That’s why we need to be forgiven for those moments when we fall asleep and put our lives on auto-pilot, allowing a limited and fearful program to take control of our lives.

If my partner for example, is having a relationship outside our marriage, it’s because he believes something that’s compelling him to take that action. His behavior has nothing to do with me at all. Yes, it has an impact on my life, but I understand that only my concept of marriage has been betrayed – not me, as I am not a victim. My concept of marriage may say perhaps, that my partner should be monogamous until death.

We all have the best intentions when we make a promise – but then our internal dialogue has us taking actions that make us break those promises. So then, if my partner feels neglected or angry at me for some reason – he may justify their choice to have an affair so they feel better about themselves. That is fear speaking, not integrity. These actions tell me about the quality of my partner’s mental state not about their heart. That is why we can trust 100% that they will do whatever their mind commands if that is where they’re operating from.

We all like to think of ourselves as enlightened, kind beings. But until we work through all the fear-based beliefs of our ego-minds it is unlikely that we’ll go through life without someone feeling betrayed by us or visa versa. That’s because we’re constantly expecting others to measure up to the ideals and concepts that we have in our minds – and this is not possible. We can only trust that people will do what they believe – NOT what we believe.

Now that we clearly understand how we betray ourselves with concepts – perhaps we’ll have more compassion for those we love when they do the same. Ultimately, we cannot place our confidence and trust in ideas and concepts, only in truth and love.

As always, I wish you the best on your path. ♥

Blessings & love, Sheri

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