Focus and Motivation Diffuser Blends.

By Amy Crawford

Focus and motivation diffuser blends

I've set myself some very hefty work related goals this year. The challenge each day is to remain on task, focussed and motivated to keep on keeping on, even when I just don't feel like showing up. You know those days you just can't be arsed? Well it's those days that really matter in my opinion; it's our ability to build and maintain momentum in the part of our life that truly matters to us right now, even if we don't feel like it. If we want something enough we make it happen. 

That being said, you can better support your goals by selecting essential oil diffuser blends to help clear a foggy mind and fuel your passion. For me they shout "let's do this!" as soon as I smell that beautiful aroma permeate the room.

Now remember, the best way to use your essential oils is to ask yourself, at any given moment of your day (or night), "how do I want to feel right now?" That determines what you select. So it's less about "how do I want my house to smell?" - which of course is perfectly ok, however when using pure tested grade essential oils don't understatement how well they can support you physically, mentally and emotionally.

But first a note on diffusers.

Is there a difference between one diffuser and another?

Absolutely. Please do your research; there is a huge difference between one and another. Some are noisy with a motorised sound, others are ineffective in their oil consumption i.e. you need double if not triple the drops below to achieve the same aroma. My favourite diffuser is the doTERRA Petal diffuser (below). It's not the prettiest, but it's the most effective I've used. My second favourite is also a doTERRA diffuser called Lumo (above). It's more expensive but it has more settings (and is definitely prettier, in my opinion).

You can buy them here at wholesale price, simply head to 'join and save'.  (This gets you instant oily coaching, access to workshops and a fabulous oily Facebook community). 

Get focussed diffuser blend

How many drops do you use in a diffuser? 

This depends on the size of your room and also your sensitivity to smell. In my open plan living/kitchen area I use around 6 or 7. In my office 5 is plenty, 4-5 in my bedroom.

Why wouldn't you simply use an oil burner? 

Because you will destroy the quality of the oils (assuming they are 100% pure in the first place).A diffuser sends the aromatic compounds into the air without heating them. Putting a flame under your beautiful oils will simply destroy their qualities.

Here are a few of my favourite combos that I like to diffuse in my office environment during the day, or if I need to upscale productivity around the home.

Get sh*t done, quick smart!
2 drops Peppermint
3 drops Wild Orange
1 drop Frankincense

Invigorate me baby
2 drops peppermint
1 drop Wild Orange
1 drop Frankincense
1 drop Lime

Fully Focussed
2 drop White Fir
2 drops lemon
1 drop Basil

Clear my mind
2 drops Frankincense
2 drop sandalwood
1 drop cinnamon bark

Boost My Mood
2 drops spearmint
1 drop Lime
1 drop Cedarwood
1 drop Wild Orange

Focus and motivation diffuser blends

Have you got any favourite blends you like to diffuse to get you focussed and motivated? If so I would dearly love for you to share them in the comments below. If you're just beginning your journey with essential oils you might find some of my other posts useful. Perhaps you'd like to make your own toxic free foaming hand wash or a home made face serum. Oh and here's a great sleep soundly blend! 

Purchasing essential oils.

If you would like to purchase your very own doTERRA essential oils at wholesale price (25% off RRP) I can help you kick start your journey and provide you with all the information you need to make sure you are using them safely and effectively. Feel free to jump on over to this page for all the information you need to get started. Or, you could come to one of my introduction workshops. Alternatively, feel free to shoot me an email: amy@theholisticingredient.com and let's chat.

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July 31 2018

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