Happy Chinese New Year 2012 – Black Water Dragon’s Year


Happy Chinese New Year!

In China, two weeks of festivities officially began January 23, 2012, celebrating the Chinese New Year 2012.  The Chinese New Year continues through to February 10, 2013.  Known as the Black Water Dragon’s Year 2012, a dragon is a celestial symbol of good luck, nobility, power, and strength, celebrated only once every 60 years.  According to Chinese astrology, this may be the year for us to embrace our energies and pursue new ventures, flowing effortlessly like water with a positive, steady stream. Hopefully, that also transitions into a positive monetary flow as we take action to achieve our goals.

In aromatherapy, drawing on the essential oils such as Rosemary, Orange, Lime, and Mandarin, known to uplift the spirit and stimulate energy, I’ve chosen this fresh, cheerful diffuser blend to enhance encouragement, inspiration and growth during this Black Water Dragon’s Year.

Red Pearl Yang

  10 drops Sweet Orange    8 drops Mandarin-Red   ●  6 drops Lime   ●  2 drops May Chang a/k/a Litsea and  ●  2 drops Rosemary.

Combine essential oils into a glass bottle.  Add 10-15 drops of Red Pearl Yang to a diffuser or pocket diffuser, or simply sniff from the bottle.  Note:  Contains citrus oils, do not add to skin before going out in the sun.

Wishing you peace, prosperity, health, and happiness!

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About Aromatherapy Contessa

I love creating aromatic blends with essential oils whether for my Arlys Naturals product lines, for fun, or for customer special orders. I'm just drawn into the veil of mystery that nature has provided through these living plants, not just in their aromatic properties, but also their natural healing properties.
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