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- General and Intuitive Consultation
Intuitive Coaching Sessions range from 1 to multiple sessions that involve a process of using a combination of decades of counseling, advising, consulting, and spiritual healing experience. Sessions are confidential and may involve a range of intuitive tools including, Feng Shui, handwriting analysis, other intuitive cards or I-Ching. The goal is to provide assistance in embarking in one's spiritual awakening to provide the optimum amount of benefit for the client.
- Sleep and Dream Coaching Initial Session
Sleep and Dream Initial Session is a session determining if ongoing coaching is going to be arranged. It involves a general discussion of issues or concerns and possible solutions. Future sessions may range from 1 to multiple sessions that involve a process of using sleep science coaching and deign services relate to bed-space and home if necessary. Various Questions related to sleep and dreams are addressed. Sessions are confidential and may involve a range of intuitive tools including: Sleep Status Assessment Sleep Habit/ Ritual Consultation Dream Work Home, and Bedroom Design Services The goal is to provide customized sleep coaching to improve sleep and dream wellness.
- General Interior Design Consultation
During this session you would have already decided to re-design an area of your home or work. During this time we can discuss condition of your space, what can be done, cost of services and how to proceed.
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- The Wonders Cedarwood Essential Oil
Cedarwood essential oil is extracted from the wood of the cedar tree, which is known for its aromatic and medicinal properties. The oil has been used for centuries in traditional medicine for its many health benefits. In this blog post, we will discuss some of the benefits of cedarwood essential oil. Natural insect repellent: Cedarwood oil is a natural insect repellent and can be used to keep mosquitoes, flies, and other insects away. It is a safe and non-toxic alternative to chemical insecticides. Promotes relaxation: Cedarwood oil has a calming and soothing effect on the mind and body. It can help reduce stress and anxiety, promote relaxation, and improve sleep quality. Relieves respiratory problems: Cedarwood oil has antiseptic properties that can help clear up respiratory infections and alleviate symptoms such as coughing and congestion. It can also help reduce inflammation in the respiratory system. Improves skin conditions: Cedarwood oil is a natural astringent and antiseptic, which makes it effective in treating skin conditions such as acne, eczema, and psoriasis. It can also help reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Boosts hair growth: Cedarwood oil has been shown to stimulate hair growth by improving blood circulation in the scalp. It can also help prevent hair loss and dandruff. Reduces inflammation: Cedarwood oil has anti-inflammatory properties that can help reduce inflammation throughout the body. This makes it useful in treating conditions such as arthritis and muscle pain. Enhances focus and concentration: Cedarwood oil has a grounding effect that can help enhance focus and concentration. It is particularly useful for those who suffer from ADHD or other attention disorders. I use this oil in many of my blends. I particularly love the way it mixes with citrus oils and I use it in my "Alive!" products. Cedarwood essential oil is a versatile and beneficial oil that can be used for a variety of health and wellness purposes. From promoting relaxation and improving sleep to treating skin conditions and boosting hair growth, cedarwood oil has a wide range of applications. It is a natural and safe alternative to many conventional medicines and treatments, making it a popular choice for those seeking natural remedies. Consult with your medical professional before using essential oils if you're pregnant or have any allergies. How are sleep and dreams connected to all of this? Sleep and dreams are a gateway to other states of consciousness and wellness. In dreams, our soul calls us. If we choose to pay attention, this is where we can spark or elevate our spiritual awakening and overall health. We can connect to a greater place of knowledge than we do in waking life alone. The ego takes a back seat and our higher self speaks from a place of truth via symbols, whether you remember or not. Wishing You Wholeness I sometimes share links with my valued readers I believe adds quality and value to you. I may get a small affiliate payment for anything sold on some links Amazon. These are items or products I may use myself and vouch for. I may earn some coffee or chocolate money I'll ingest while writing these posts for you. Diana Navarro and This Is Diana accepts no liability and/or responsibility for any actions and/or decisions any client/reader chooses to take or make based on his/her information provided here.
- The Oranges Essential Oil in My Products
Many of us struggle with chronic fatigue, excessive tiredness, low, energy and chronic pain. The reason for this is quite complicated and diverse. As you try to understand why and work on healing, try this: essential oils, especially the citrus family. I use it to manage my fatigue and every bit helps. I use it personally and make body and home scents to create functional fragrances. What are functional fragrances? Functional fragrances are a type of fragrance that is designed to serve a specific purpose beyond simply smelling good. Rather than being used solely for aesthetic purposes, functional fragrances are formulated to provide specific benefits for the user, such as improving mood, reducing stress, increasing focus, or promoting relaxation. Essential oils have been used for thousands of years for their therapeutic and aromatic benefits. Among the many types of essential oils available, orange, sweet orange, and mandarin essential oils are particularly popular due to their refreshing, uplifting, and energizing properties. In this blog post, we will explore the benefits of these three essential oils. Although I use many more oils for different purposes, these are some of my favorites and you'll see, feel and smell why. Orange Essential Oil Orange essential oil is extracted from the peel of the fruit through cold pressing. It has a sweet and citrusy aroma that is known to uplift and energize the mood. Here are some of the benefits of orange essential oil: Immune Boosting: Orange essential oil is known for its immune-boosting properties. It is rich in antioxidants that help fight free radicals and protect the body from oxidative stress. Skin Care: Orange essential oil has antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties that make it useful for treating skin conditions like acne, eczema, and psoriasis. It can also be added to skincare products to promote healthy and glowing skin. Digestive Health: Orange essential oil is a natural digestive aid that helps relieve indigestion, bloating, and constipation. It also has a calming effect on the stomach muscles, which can ease nausea and vomiting. Mood Booster: Orange essential oil is a natural mood booster that can help alleviate stress, anxiety, and depression. Its uplifting aroma can promote a sense of calm and relaxation. 2. Sweet Orange Essential Oil Sweet orange essential oil is also extracted from the peel of the fruit through cold pressing. It has a sweeter and fruitier aroma than regular orange essential oil. Here are some of the benefits of sweet orange essential oil: Relaxation: Sweet orange essential oil is known for its calming and relaxing properties. It can help alleviate stress and anxiety and promote a sense of calm. Skin Care: Sweet orange essential oil is rich in vitamin C, which makes it a great addition to skincare products. It can help brighten and tone the skin, reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, and promote a healthy glow. Respiratory Health: Sweet orange essential oil is a natural decongestant that can help relieve respiratory issues like colds, coughs, and sinusitis. Digestive Health: Sweet orange essential oil can help relieve digestive issues like indigestion, bloating, and constipation. It can also stimulate the production of digestive enzymes, which aids in the breakdown of food. 3. Mandarin Essential Oil Mandarin essential oil is extracted from the fruit of the mandarin tree through cold pressing. It has a sweet and tangy aroma that is known to promote relaxation and improve mood. Here are some of the benefits of mandarin essential oil: Sleep Aid: Mandarin essential oil is a natural sleep aid that can help promote relaxation and improve sleep quality. Its calming aroma can also help alleviate anxiety and stress. Skin Care: Mandarin essential oil is a natural astringent that can help tighten and tone the skin. It can also help reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles and promote a healthy glow. Digestive Health: Mandarin essential oil can help relieve digestive issues like indigestion, bloating, and constipation. It can also stimulate the production of digestive enzymes, which aids in the breakdown of food. Respiratory Health: Mandarin essential oil is a natural decongestant that can help relieve respiratory issues like colds, coughs, and sinusitis. Orange, sweet orange, and mandarin essential oils have a range of benefits that make them a popular choice for aromatherapy and natural healing. Whether you're looking to boost your mood, improve your skin, or alleviate digestive or respiratory issues, these essential oils can provide natural relief and promote overall wellness. Want to try a sample? Check it here: Consult with your medical professional before using essential oils if you're pregnant or have any allergies. How are sleep and dreams connected to all of this? Sleep and dreams are a gateway to other states of consciousness and wellness. In dreams, our soul calls us. If we choose to pay attention, this is where we can spark or elevate our spiritual awakening and overall health. We can connect to a greater place of knowledge than we do in waking life alone. The ego takes a back seat and our higher self speaks from a place of truth via symbols, whether you remember or not. Wishing You Wholeness I sometimes share links with my valued readers I believe adds quality and value to you. I may get a small affiliate payment for anything sold on some links Amazon. These are items or products I may use myself and vouch for. I may earn some coffee or chocolate money I'll ingest while writing these posts for you. Diana Navarro and This Is Diana accepts no liability and/or responsibility for any actions and/or decisions any client/reader chooses to take or make based on his/her information provided here.
- What is Spirituality in the Context of Wellness
No article or post can adequately explain such a vast subject as spirituality. But here I'll just touch the tip of the iceberg and you can take it from there. Spirituality is a complex and multifaceted concept that can mean different things to different people. At its core, spirituality is concerned with the inner journey of the individual toward a deeper understanding of the self, the world, and the divine. It encompasses a wide range of practices, beliefs, and experiences that are aimed at cultivating a sense of meaning, purpose, and connectedness in life. One of the key features of spirituality is its emphasis on personal experience and subjective perception. While religion often relies on external authorities such as texts, doctrines, and rituals to guide individuals, spirituality places greater emphasis on individual experience and inner wisdom. This means that spiritual practices can vary widely, from meditation and prayer to yoga and nature walks, depending on the individual's needs and preferences. Another important aspect of spirituality is its focus on interconnectedness and unity. Many spiritual traditions recognize the interconnectedness of all beings and promote a sense of compassion and empathy towards others. This can lead to a deeper sense of belonging and connectedness with the world around us, as well as a greater appreciation for the beauty and wonder of existence. Spirituality also often involves a search for deeper meaning and purpose in life. This can involve questions such as "Why am I here?" or "What is the meaning of life?" In seeking answers to these questions, individuals may explore their own values, beliefs, and sense of identity, leading to greater self-awareness and personal growth. While spirituality is often associated with religious or mystical experiences, it can also be a secular practice (at least temporarily) that does not rely on belief in any particular deity or supernatural force. Many people describe themselves as spiritual but not religious and engage in spiritual practices such as mindfulness meditation or gratitude journaling to cultivate a sense of inner peace and well-being. Spirituality is something we need to re-incorporate into our everyday life Why? Because it is in essence what everything really is. Those who have been able to connect to their own body and mind and work hard to stay centered inevitably KNOW something is missing...Spirit. Everyone has the choice to connect or ignore aspects of themselves, but the price is feeling and being incomplete. Spiritual Awakening is what happens when the person has the realization that there is indeed something more than the physical and material world their essence. It took a long time to incorporate "mind" and mental health into mainstream healing practices and it is now time to return to the core of it all--spirit-- to be whole again and be in a state of dynamic wellness. Bite-sized healing is doable healing. How are sleep and dreams connected to all of this? Sleep and dreams are a gateway to other states of consciousness and wellness. In dreams, our soul calls us. If we choose to pay attention, this is where we can spark or elevate our spiritual awakening and overall health. We can connect to a greater place of knowledge than we do in waking life alone. The ego takes a back seat and our higher self speaks from a place of truth via symbols, whether you remember or not. Wishing You Wholeness *CTAA-Complimentary Therapists Accreditation Association I sometimes share links with my valued readers I believe adds quality and value to you. I may get a small affiliate payment for anything sold on some links Amazon. These are items or products I may use myself and vouch for. I may earn some coffee or chocolate money I'll ingest while writing these posts for you. Diana Navarro and This Is Diana accepts no liability and/or responsibility for any actions and/or decisions any client/reader chooses to take or make based on his/her information provided here.
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- Explore Your Talents
“The person born with a talent they are meant to use will find their greatest happiness in using it.” - Johann Wolfgang von Goethe When it comes to finding your purpose, what you are already talented doing can be a glaring hint. But what if you have hidden or forgotten talents you haven’t been utilizing? How do you know if they are part of your purpose? Exploring your talents, even those that you’ve forgotten or are hidden, helps you find your purpose in life. We all have talents we use every day. These talents are usually so easy for us to use, we don’t even think about having them. Isn’t your purpose something that is deeper than simply using your talents? Maybe not. Using your natural talents as a part of your purpose can be the key to truly finding joy in your life. So why do we make certain choices and enjoy only certain activities and why are we better at some things but not others? Maybe you’ve taken the Clifton Strengths Assessment. This assessment from Gallup, measures your talents or your natural patterns of thinking, feeling, and behaving, categorizing them into 34 Clifton Strengths Themes that can be productively applied. When you understand your unique talents, you learn why you make certain choices, enjoy specific activities and are better at certain ones. When you explore your talents, you can see your purpose more clearly. Talent is the special abilities that allow you to do something well while your purpose is the reason why you do or create something. So, the two connect to create a life of purpose. There are different types of talents: the inherent ones and the acquired ones. Inherent talent are those talents that you naturally have. Acquired talents are those that are learned. Both, however, take practice. As Stephen King said, “Talent is cheaper than table salt but what separates the talented individual from the successful one is a lot of hard work.” Talent has a way of guiding you towards your purpose in life. It gives you clues to what your purpose is. Everyone has talent in something. Most people don’t have the courage to follow their talents or think their talents aren’t the reason for being. But when you follow your talents, you end up at your destination or purpose. But what happens when we don’t know what our talents are, or they’ve become hidden over the years? How do you explore your talents to find your purpose? In this guide you will discover how to find your talents and align them with your purpose. You’ll discover ways to find your talents and how to use them to fulfill your purpose. Explore Your Talents All the experts say to use your talents to become successful and live your purpose. But what if you don’t know exactly what your talents are? Or maybe you have hidden talents you aren’t utilizing. How do you tap into those to find your purpose? There are many ways to explore your talents. Here are 10 to get you started. 1. Online Quizzes. There are many online quizzes designed to help you explore what your hidden or long-forgotten talents are. Some are for fun while others get you thinking about your talents. Check out these quizzes and questionnaires: · What’s Your True Passion · What’s Your Hidden Talent · Who Are You Meant To Be, Self-Assessment Quiz 1 2. Along the same lines as online quizzes are the personality tests. These tests are an objective way to understand what makes you tick. The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator is one of the popular ones that helps you define the patterns in your personality. Once you realize what category you are in, you’ll begin to see where your strengths and weaknesses are in everyday life. Use these to develop your talents towards your purpose. 3. Ask trusted friends what they think you’re best and worst qualities are. Your friends will be honest about your qualities. Ask them what your superpowers are. Your superpower is your talent that is closely related to your passion. Superpowers are anything that lights you up. 4. They will probably all say the same thing. Hearing how different people see you in the same light is enlightening and definitely is an indicator of your talent. Use their perspectives of your natural talents to work on the worst qualities. Say for example, use your compassionate nature to slow down, breathe and have good conversations if you tend to be on the chatty side. 5. What makes you feel strong? You have times when everything feels easy and light or that you have the answer or finding the answer? When you have this sense of ease this is your inner talent coming out. Notice when you feel your strongest. Create more opportunities to feel strong and fulfilled. This is the talent that leads to your purpose. 6. Ask your relatives what you loved to do as a child. Sometimes we forget as we get older the simple things that we spent our time doing as kids. Maybe you played alone, made up stories, was always in a group of friends, drew, acted out scenes, played baseball, constantly had your nose in a book. These things are likely things you still enjoy. 7. Look for what you spend the most money on, aside from the necessities. Use a free application like Mint to go back over your finances to notice where you spend money. This shows you what you value. Maybe your biggest expense over the past year has been the group fitness class you love. Or maybe the hoards of yarn you bought for you knitting projects. Either case can lead to your purpose. The fitness lover could become a fitness teacher or coach, helping others become fit. The knitter can become a teacher or creator of quality products that raise the spirits of others. 8. Keep track of your thoughts and ideas in a journal. Let your thoughts flow freely each morning by writing in a journal. Stream-of-consciousness writing is effective at finding and seeing your talents. Go back and re-read your writing after a week or two. You’ll notice where your thoughts circle back to one idea. This is usually where your talents and desires are. Look for hidden answers in your writing. What are you missing or longing for? What opportunities do you want to happen? Create a list of your strengths and list the opportunities to create you goals that are aligned with your talents. 9. Get inspired by the talents of others. Sometimes seeing the talents of others makes you realize what you’re good at too. On the other hand, if you see a talent in others that makes you feel jealous, use it to your advantage. Ask the other person to mentor you or give you advice about the talent. Seeing talent in others opens up opportunities and connections and helps you define your own talents. 10. Look at your music, book, or movie collections. The things we consume say what we value. Glance through your collections to see what is one resonating idea, what lights your fire? Is there some way you can use this talent? How can you connect with others who enjoy the same things? 11. Remember when you have been thanked for something. When someone thanks you, you have helped them in some way. Notice what you are thanked for often. Are you a good teacher? Is listening well your talent? Can you motivate others? These may seem like small talents but when you use them to help others and yourself, you are living your purpose. Discovering your talent comes from looking at what comes natural to you, asking others what they see as your talents and doing some soul searching. Once you find your talents it’s easier to know how to use them to fulfill your purpose. Exercise 1: Download the Exploring Your Talent Worksheet and Checklist Below Exercise 2: Exploring Your Your Purpose Through Writing Talent Apply Your Special Talents Now that you’ve identified your special talents, it’s time to begin finding ways to build your life around them. Not every talent needs to be used as a career. But your talents should be used to guide you through your life while fulfilling your purpose. You can begin discovering using your talents for your purpose by finding what you’re good at and getting creative on how to use those talents to best serve you and others. How can you tap into your special talents to make a positive impact on both humanity and the planet? Contemplate on what you’ve written, thought about and discovered when you have been in self-reflection. What stands out to you as being your special talent or strengths? Who you are, what you do and how you show up in the world is your special and unique talents. Maybe you love doing something but know you will never win awards for your skills. Can you turn that talent into something others can enjoy as well. For example, maybe you love to paint but know it’s not masterpiece level. Consider creating a business that takes international group tours to different countries to learn about their art culture. It’s your passion, your purpose and it matters in the lives of the people who travel with you and the ones who get to share their culture with her and her clients. Of course, not everyone can use their talents and strengths at work each day. In fact, 63% of working people all over the world are not engaged in their work. And as much as 24% are actively disengaged at work. And there are multiple reasons for this. One of the key reasons is that most people are able to use their natural talents at work. If you are stifled, suffocated, or trapped in a job that keeps you from dong work you enjoy and using your talents, you aren’t fulfilling your purpose on a daily basis. Learning how to incorporate your talents into your work and life puts you on a path that fulfills your purpose. Begin exploring your talents to find your purpose. Then use those talents in a way that is unique to you to live a life that is enjoyable and fulfilling.
- But Why Do We Need a Purpose At All?
“If the ladder is not leaning against the right wall, every step we take just gets us to the wrong place faster.” – Stephen Covey You now know what purpose is. But do you need one? Can’t you set goals and be fulfilled when you reach them? Why can’t you live life as you are and ignore everything else? Think of the misery of billions not knowing why they are here on this planet. We need to be honest, it's not pretty. In fact, it's devastating not to have a meaningful life path that brings solutions to problems, creative expression, harmony, life-enhancing passion, and expansion. People who don't know their purpose suffer from all kinds of maladies. Powerlessness, physical and emotional/mental/spiritual illnesses, restlessness, anger, frustration, and confusion. Many times people confuse boredom and laziness with not knowing your life purpose. This all can lead to a horrific downward spiral. But the good news is that all of this can be transformed by just taking a moment and reminding yourself, your loved one, or anyone who needs to hear it that there is a reason, a purpose for every life to exist. It is just a matter of having the intention and commitment to find it. This also requires patience at times since there may be issues, injuries, trauma or conditioning that have to be healed in the process. Here are 5 reasons why you need a life purpose. 1. Life purpose is where you start living. It’s the first step to living a more conscious life. You can be busy pursuing your goals every day, but when you don’t have a clear purpose you might be chasing your current goals for years only to realize it’s not what you wanted. When you have a purpose, you know what you want and why you want it. You can set the right goals and make the plans to take the right steps each day, so you are creating your meaningful life. Remember this formula: No purpose is usually associated with vague goals, with no plans and random actions, procrastination, or busy doing other’s agendas while a Clear Purpose equals clear goals, with clear plans and specific, clear actions. 2. Your purpose gives you clarity on what is important. Knowing your purpose allows you to see what is important and what isn’t. Most people get caught up in things that don’t make a difference in their lives in the long run. Things like, earn more money, get a house, get a car, get a second car, get a bigger house. When you have a purpose, you know immediately which goals are important and which aren’t as related to their long-term life purpose. This allows you to cut through what’s not important and take action on what does matter. When you know your life purpose, you can direct your focus on the things that are important. 3. Your life has meaning when you have a purpose. It becomes filled with direction, as opposed to wasting time in a job you don’t find satisfying. When you’re in a job you hate, you could feel like you're around toxic people that are incompatible with you. When you’re in a job that fits your purpose, you work with people who share your values. This lets you live a life that has meaning. When you find your purpose, you begin transitioning to your ide