Keeping Clear Meditation

Adora Winquist
8 min readJun 22, 2022

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Essential Oil Alchemy

Sage is one of our featured essential oils for tonight It has a beautiful cleansing, detoxifying and purifying aspect. At the same time, it brings such a resource of strength and ability to tone different parts of our body like our digestive system, while simultaneously clearing away everything that no longer serves us. From that perspective, as we go into meditation, we invite the intention to clear away layers of belief systems that no longer serve us, dissolve negative patterns of self-talk, and release emotions that we hold in our field holographically, which is also held in our cellular consciousness. The truth is the more that we clear ourselves and the more that we hold the intention to keep clear, the more light we can hold in our body and in our nervous system. And the greater that capacity is, it allows us to ground a higher level of light quotient through us and then emanating outside of us. This helps our own healing journey and expedient process of shifting and elevating our own consciousness, by being the light we wish to see in the world.

There are two types of sage I want to talk about. One sage that many people know about is the sage smudge sticks, which is a white Sage, Salvia apiana. This is a pretty uncommon essential oil and it’s not really used much at home. In fact, none of the Sage oils are recommended for home use because they can have a certain level of toxicity due to their primary chemical constituent called thujone. However, used in the right context, and of course not being used during pregnancy and breastfeeding, they can be very potent for helping us to heal and shift our consciousness. So in this context, we’re talking about these oils from sacred use, which means just one drop and being able to either put it on a cotton ball or diluted palm of your hand and take an inhalation from it.

The other essential oil that we’re going to talk about is Salvia officinalis, which is common sage. This sage was revered at the Roman times as a sacred herb used from a medicinal perspective as a tea, and of course as a culinary perspective, which we still do today. As a tea, it’s great to regulate menstrual problems, to help strengthen digestion, and it’s great as a gargle for infections and inflammations in the mouth or a sore throat. It’s also a strong antimicrobial, antiviral and…

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Adora Winquist

Essential Oil Formulator. Innovator in Aromatherapy & Vibrational Medicine. Author. Speaker. Founder of the Soul Institute for Quantum Living 💜