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Grief Relief

Solace and Insight in times of sorrow and searching

Primary Indications:

  • To assist in re-building the soul’s foundations due to the death of a beloved one – whether human or animal
  • To help in the dissolution of any meaningful relationship, such as divorce or dislocation
  • During any natural disaster punctuated by death, destruction and loss, both for relief workers and for victims
  • During times of personal loss or set-back when the soul feels empty and is searching for new direction or meaning

The Grief Relief formula features:

  • Bleeding Heart – For strengthening the heart forces especially at times of broken-heartedness and dissolution of relationships
  • Pink Yarrow – Helping feelings to find containment and centering during times of crisis and emotional diffusion
  • California Wild Rose – To provide encouragement and strength for the heart during times of hardship; to help in working through the thorns of life toward transcendent love forces
  • Love-Lies-Bleeding – Ability to accept suffering and sorrow, and to understand its larger spiritual meaning and life purpose
  • Borage – To relieve the weight of deep grief in the heart; to help uplift during times of depression and emotional heaviness
  • Forget-Me-Not – To build alignment with the soul presence of those who are no longer with us in the physical dimension; ability for the soul to realize that death and departure are not the end of a spiritual relationship
  • Explorer’s Gentian – To help with crisis, loss and set-back; when the soul must learn to take another turn or make another choice in life purpose and path
  • Essential Oils: Melissa, Myrrh

My cat had been diagnosed with a urinary blockage and given just a short time to live. I resigned myself to the fact that he would die. He was the very best cat ever, with all the best ‘cat qualities’ imaginable. I was curled up on my bed in a fetal position, all depressed and crying, and already grieving over him, while he was lying at the foot of the bed. I saw the Grief Relief nearby and took a couple of sprays. Instantaneously, I felt different – I was still sad – but I moved over to him and started petting him, giving him love and attention, and telling him that he would be okay. I didn’t put him through all the agony of the extensive medical procedures that were recommended for him, and he seems to be doing just fine now!

M.W., Concord, NH

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