We are all Perfectly Imperfect! From our strengths to our weaknesses, our laughs and our cries, we one day realize we are all on this journey together, headed in the same direction.
This oil roll-on helps to relieve grief and a broken heart.
This blend was created after the loss of Attunergy’s owner’s cat, Fiona. She was with us for 12 years and passed away unexpectedly on April 14, 2022. We added rose to this oil because Fiona was so cute to look at, but you probably shouldn’t touch her because you might feel a prick! Frankincense is known to be an all-healer and lavender to help calm a broken heart. Grieving is not an easy process, but essential oils certainly help calm the mind and create new, more pleasant memories. This roll-on is helpful to use when the painful moments and sadness start to creep up. It’s great to carry in your purse or to meditation to remember your loved one and feel a bit lighter.
Grief is a complex and challenging emotional experience that arises from the loss of someone or something important to us. The experience of grief can manifest in a variety of ways, such as feelings of sadness, anger, guilt, confusion, and loneliness. It is important to acknowledge and accept these emotions as a natural part of the grieving process. Coping with grief can be difficult, but it is important to take care of yourself physically, mentally, and emotionally. This may involve seeking support from friends, family, or a therapist, engaging in self-care practices such as exercise and meditation, and allowing yourself to express your emotions in a healthy way. Remember that grief is a journey, and healing takes time. It is okay to seek help and support when you need it, and to give yourself permission to grieve in your own way and on your own timeline.
In each bottle:
Lavender – calming, soothing, peaceful
Frankincense – all-healer, anti-inflammatory, anti-cancer
Rose – skin enhancer, aphrodisiac, boosts mood, increases self-esteem
Not intended for children. Ask your doctor before use if you are pregnant or nursing.