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Silly me, I just realized I was on vacation. In my mind I was thinking I still had a week to go but in fact, I’m free of all mundane obligations to my real estate position. That leaves time for other things and I would love to devote some of that time to folks who were in need of some healing or face time for guidance, Essential Oils, or what not.

Please contact me if you are in or going to be around the area. I will be gone for the actual “Christmas Holiday” DAY but pretty much home-centric for the rest of the month, including New Years which I will spend with my lovely friends at Santee Court.

Send me an email or give a poke or gab on facebook and I’ll respond as soon as humanly possible.

Hoping you have weathered this retrograde and the holiday’s.

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A bit of promotion from Lifencompass / Young Living.

Among my many favorites from YL Essential Oils I found some great little combo-packs on the holiday market.

Essential Oil Mini Relax Collection

Includes one 5 ml bottle each of Valor®, Peace & Calming®, and peppermint to give you a boost this stressful season. Comes wrapped in an elegant cream-colored gift box with a turquoise bow.

Valor info. Peppermint info. Peace and Calming info.

Item No. 4493
Whsl. $35.00 / Pref. Customer $40.53 / Retail $46.53

Essential Oil Mini Winter Collection

Includes one 5 ml bottle each of Thieves®, Purification®, and R.C.™ to purify and cleanse your home. Comes wrapped in an elegant cream-colored gift box with a red bow.

Purification info. Thieves info. R.C. info.

Item No. 4492
Whsl. $35.00 / Pref. Customer $40.53 / Retail $46.05

Essential Oil Mini Home Collection

Includes one 5 ml bottle each of lavender, lemon, and grapefruit to create an inviting atmosphere and lift holiday spirits. Comes wrapped in an elegant cream-colored gift box with a purple bow.

Lemon info. Lavender info. Grapefruit info.

Item No. 4491
Whsl. $27.50 / Pref. Customer $31.84 / Retail $36.18

There are other great gift ideas in the Season Essentials catalog (pdf) and, of course, I’m around facebook and twitter for Q&A. You can also check out the complete product catalog here by clicking “pages.” (PDF download).

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If you are interested in ordering this or any essential oil you can sign up at Young Living, or contact a distributor in your area.

If you are not a Young Living member there are several levels of participation to choose from when exploring Young Living. You can sign up for email updates and join me at Young Living as a:

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  2. Preferred Customer: signing up for a customizable monthly “auto-ship” program, you gain a discount on the cost of your oils and begin to receive free learning materials and essential oil rewards.
  3. Distributor: Visit the distributor page for more information.

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If you have further questions or want more information please send me a note.

I’m in the Downtown Los Angeles area and I’m happy to include your order in our community order here at Santee Court. You must be local, please email me for details.

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Thymus vulgaris - L. || from, Plants for a Future

THYME

Thymus Vulgaris – L.

General characteristics. Garden Thyme is a cultivated shrub-like plant with 10-20 cm high, woody, brown trunk and upright, square and hairy arms. The leaves are cross-opposite, sessile or short stemmed, lancettlika, ovate, more or less strongly hairy and furled at the edge. Flowering period is from June to August.

This species should not be confused with the so-called wild thyme, Thymus serpyllum L., who is a perennial, scrubby, fragrant plant with creeping, hairy stems, small oval lancettlika, over-wintering leaves and bright red, usually 6-flowered flower wreaths in the stem.

~Henrietta’s Herbal Homepage (thyme)

 

“Thyme was called thymos by the Greeks, which meant “fumigate”. They associated thyme with valour in battle, and the restoration of physical power. Roman soldiers were known to bathe in a decoction of thyme before going into combat, to boost strength and courage. The Sumerians used it as an antiseptic, and in Egypt, thyme was one of the herbs which was used in the mummification process. Culpepper recommends using thyme as a treatment for whooping cough.

Thyme can be used in healing rituals, or to bring about restful sleep. Women who wear thyme on their person are irresistable to men, and carrying sprigs in your pocket aids in developing your psychic abilities. Burn some thyme to help boost your courage before confrontations.”

Other Names: Common thyme, garden thyme
Gender: Feminine
Element: Water
Planetary Connection: Venus

(About.com: Paganism | Wicca)

Scott Cunningham’s Encyclopedia of Magical Herbs

Powers: Health, Healing, Sleep, Psychic Power, Love, Purification, Courage.

Magical Use: Burned to attract good health and is worn for this purpose. It is also used in healing spells.

Placed beneath the pillow, it ensures restful sleep and a pleasant lack of nightmares. Worn, Thyme aids in developing psychic powers, and women who wear a sprig of thyme in the hair to make themselves irresistible.

Thyme is also a purificatory herb; the Greeks burned it in their temples to purify them and so thyme is often burned prior to magical rituals to cleanse the area. In spring, a magical cleansing bath composed of marjoram and thyme is taken to ensure all the sorrows and ills of the past are removed from the person.

Thyme is also carried and smelled to give courage and energy. If you wear it you will see fairies.

~Encyclopedia of Magical Herbs, page 242-243, Scott Cunningham.

Other books by Paul Beyerl and even the Modern Herbal mention the use in strength, courage, fairy folk and it’s purification properties.

Remember you can work with herbs and plants on many levels. You do not need an apothecary, you don’t need to be an “alchemist” to practice herb craft. My golden rule with working magick (in cooking, aromatherapy, or magickal practice) is to connect with the spirit of the plant / herbs that you are working with to unlock their potential.

You are the key that awakens the energy in your food or spell. There is a mother or father spirit for every green thing.

WIKI

Thyme (pronounced /ˈtaɪm/; spelling pronunciation /ˈθaɪm/) is a well-known culinary and medicinal herb. In common usage the name may refer to:

  • any or all members of the plant genus Thymus
  • common thyme, Thymus vulgaris, and some other species that are used as culinary herbs or for medicinal purposes
  • Thyme-like species such as Caribbean Thyme (Plectranthus amboinicus)

History

Ancient Egyptians used thyme for embalming. The ancient Greeks used it in their baths and burnt it as incense in their temples, believing that thyme was a source of courage. It was thought that the spread of thyme throughout Europe was thanks to the Romans, as they used it to purify their rooms and to “give an aromatic flavour to cheese and liqueurs”. In the European Middle Ages, the herb was placed beneath pillows to aid sleep and ward off nightmares. In this period, women would also often give knights and warriors gifts that included thyme leaves as it was believed to bring courage to the bearer. Thyme was also used as incense and placed on coffins during funarels as it was supposed to assure passage into the next life.

~Wiki Link and more information.

Young Living

Thyme (Thymus vulgaris) has a spicy, warm, herbaceous aroma that is both powerful and penetrating. Known since ancient times as a medicinal herb, thyme contains large amounts of thymol. As a dietary supplement, it is one of the strongest antioxidants known. Thyme supports the immune, respiratory, digestive, nervous, and other body systems.* Thyme may also be used to enhance the flavor of food. Thyme has an approximate ORAC of 159,590 (TE/L). TE/L is expressed as micromole Trolox equivalent per liter.

Thyme Essential Oil – 15 ml.

Item No: 3650
Preferred Customer Price: $39.08
Customer Price: $44.41

For dietary, aromatic, or topical use. When using as a supplement, dilute one drop in 4 fl. oz. of liquid such as goat’s or rice milk.

Possible skin sensitivity. If pregnant or under a doctor’s care, consult your physician. Always dilute before applying to the skin or taking internally. Keep out of reach of children.

*This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease.

Thymol

Thymol has been used to successfully control varroa mites and prevent fermentation and the growth of mould in bee colonies. A minor use is in bookbinding: before rebinding, books with mold damage can be sealed in bags with thymol crystals to kill fungal spores. Thymol has been used in alcohol solutions and in dusting powders for the treatment of tinea(ringworm) infections. Thymol was used to treat hookworm infections in the US. It is also used as a preservative inhalothane, an anaesthetic, and as an antiseptic in mouthwash. It is the active antiseptic ingredient in the toothpasteEuthymol. Thymol is an active ingredient in Listerine (R), present at the concentration of 0.64 mg/mL. Thymol has been found to be more effective when used in combination with chlorohexidine to reduce plaque and gingivitis than when used purely by itself. On its own, thymol has microbial activity because of its phenolic structure. It has shown antibacterial activity against bacterial strains including Aeromoans hydrophila and Staphylococcus aureus.

The Bee Balms (Monarda fistulosa and Monarda didyma) are natural sources of thymol, a primary active ingredient in modern commercial mouthwash formulas. The Blackfeet Native Americans recognized this plant’s strong antiseptic action, and used poultices of the plant for skin infections and minor wounds. A tea made from the plant was also used to treat mouth and throat infections caused by dental caries and gingivitis.

There is also evidence supporting the belief that thymol, when applied two to three times daily, can eliminate certain kinds of fungal infections that affect finger nailsand toe nails in humans. Regular application to the affected nail over periods approximating three months has been shown to eliminate the affliction by effectively preventing further progress; by simply cutting the nail as one normally would, all infected material is eventually eliminated.

~Wiki Link and more information.

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Essential Oils (Elsewhere)

An alternative to Young Living for the price conscious can be found at iHerb.com. Though Young Living does tout the highest quality in essential oils, there are alternatives.

Alternative Essential Oils

Find Thyme Essential Oil at iHerb.com by by clicking here.

Both Nature’s Alchemy (Red Thyme, $8.16, 15 ml) and Now Foods ($9.93, 30 ml) can be found there.

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I hope to continue to add these little herbals to the site, I encourage your constructive input as I admittedly am studying in areas where I am only a journeyman.

My current sources of information are:

In addition I will pull from the web, sources are usually indicated but I prefer:

I’m looking to add a few more books to the home study, these are my upcoming (when I have the funds) choices:

I hope this finds you well…

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I found this while crawling around on the web. I’ve been reading for hours so forgive my short commentary, at the moment.

A neat article on the power of essential oils, Thyme, and Cinnamon.

((ARTICLE EXCERPT))

Professor Yiannis Samaras and Dr Effimia Eriotou, from the Technological Educational Institute of Ionian Islands, in Greece, who led the research, tested the antimicrobial activity of eight plant essential oils. They found that thyme essential oil was the most effective and was able to almost completely eliminate bacteria within 60 minutes.

The essential oils of thyme and cinnamon were found to be particularly efficient antibacterial agents against a range of Staphylococcus species. Strains of these bacteria are common inhabitants of the skin and some may cause infection in immunocompromised individuals. Drug-resistant strains, such as meticillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) are extremely difficult to treat. “Not only are essential oils a cheap and effective treatment option for antibiotic-resistant strains, but decreased use of antibiotics will help minimise the risk of new strains of antibiotic resistant micro-organisms emerging,” said Professor Samaras.

via Essential oils to fight superbugs.

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I thought I’d post a few of my favorite blogs this Friday on health, and food.

This blog spotlights the many uses of Eucalyptus Essential Oil.

Young Living carries five types of Eucalyptus Oil.

http://youngliving.com/en_US/searchresults.html?q=eucalyptus

Check out the Healthy Haven and read up on how this essential oil may assist you in your healthy living.

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Centuries ago, the eucalyptus tree was thought to cleanse the environment, so the frail and sickly would choose to live in areas where these fragrant trees grew, hoping for recovery from their ailments. While just living under the trees might not be the cure people hoped for, the tree does indeed offer healing. The Australian Aborigines applied crushed eucalyptus leaves to wounds to promote healing. They also used eucalyptus leaves to fight infection and relieve muscular pain. In India, eucalyptus is used to cool fever and fight contagious diseases. Even Western surgeons recognized the benefits of eucalyptus, and have used a eucalyptus solution to wash out operation cavities. Today, eucalyptus is used in many different types of pharmaceutical products, from vapor rubs to cold remedies. Even veterinarians and dentists use eucalyptus in their practices. Its sweet, menthol, woody scent coupled with its proven healing abilities makes it a favorite essential oil in aromatherapy.

Therapeutic uses:

Antibacterial, asthma, arthritis, chicken pox, coughs, decongestant, fever, insect repellent, measles, migraine, muscle pain, rheumatism, shingles, sinusitis, sprains and throat infections.

via Suggested Uses for Eucalyptus Essential Oil « The Healthy Haven.

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In our home my partner and I have personally felt and benefited from the use of essential oils. In their purest form to mixing in food, bath salts, in the diffuser and directly applied Young Living has created a beautiful and balanced product that has measurably improved our lives.

Be well,

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It seems that Bed Bugs are a hot topic lately because of their recent virility and population boom in beds, homes, hotels and retails stores across the states.

The LA Times writes:

The Bedbug cam — an idea whose time has come.

July 26, 2010

Bedbugs are more common than they used to be: Read this L.A. Times article about bedbugs from 2007, for example. That article quotes a fellow from the National Pest Management Assn., the same organization that just saw fit to alert the press today.

Another season, another press release from a pest-control association warning us that bedbugs are baaack in the United States! (We can’t think what they have to stand to gain by reminding us of this.)

Full article here.

Now I don’t want to promote a fear band wagon mentality. There is no reason to go ape-crazy on your house and family for no reason. Sprays and chemicals are expensive and time-consuming, disrupting our whole home life in the process. It’s good to get into center and think about topics like this from a balanced, practical, and calm perspective.

Don’t get swept up!

Young Living has given us some alternative prevention techniques using their pure essential oils. Some of these tips and recipes are great for travel and home. So if you are on an extended stay at a hotel, or you want to proof your home from invasion here are some natural tips to do just that.

Bed Bugs Be Gone

Bed bugs are escalating because of global travel; the increase of homeless and underground communities; the popularity of “Flea” markets and 2nd-hand store merchandise. The escalation of bed bugs is alarming and people should be aware of the problem, how difficult it is to be rid of them, yet not be too discouraged, because there are natural, safe, chemical free ways to have those bed bugs be gone.

Essential oil lovers prefer the Eco-friendly approach, and research shows that tree oils work best against parasites and menacing insects. Gary Young touts the praises of Palo Santo oil as the first choice for insect repellent. Palo Santo comes from an Ecuadoran tree which develops a resin to protect against infestation and it is from that resin that Young Living distills the Palo Santo oil.

Eucalyptus has been used historically for bed bugs, and Eucalyptus Blue is the first anti-viral Eucalyptus Oil . Native American Indians relied on pine needles and Cedarwood chips in their mattresses to ward off ticks and fleas.

Young Living essential oils are the essential oils that are being recommended for the following suggestions, as these essential oils are high quality therapeutic-grade essential oils.

Bed Bug Spray

  • 10 drops of Palo Santo
  • 6 drops of Eucalyptus Blue
  • 5 drops of Cedarwood

Combine with 4 oz. Distilled Water in a dark glass Spritzer bottle.

via Bed Bugs Be Gone.

There are a few more things you can do listed at the Young Living Circle blog for you to try as well.

Spray on Bed Between Linen Changes: Thieves Spray

Palo Santo Oil: Palo Santo (Bursera graveolens) comes from the same botanical family (Burseraceae) as frankincense, although it is found in South America rather than the Middle East. Like frankincense, PaloSanto is known as a spiritual oil, traditionally used by the Incas to purify and cleanse the spirit from negative energies. Even its Spanish name reflects how highly this oil is regarded: Palo Santo means “holy wood” or “sacred wood.” The resin forms only after the tree is down for 5 years, and this resin from which the oil is extracted, protects the tree from various parasites.*

Eucalyptus Blue Oil: Eucalyptus Blue has a fresh, invigorating aroma that supports normal breathing andsoothes tense muscles. This essential oil is grown and harvested in Ecuador. This is the first form of Eucalyptus that is also anti-viral. This essential oil contains high levels of the powerful constituentseucalyptol and alpha-pinene, and follows in the same tradition as a repellent to insects.*

Cedarwood Oil: Cedarwood (Cedrus atlantica) has a warm, balsamic, woody aroma. It is relaxing andsoothing when used for massage, and has long been used as a beneficial ingredient in cosmetic preparations for oily skin.*

Purification® Oil Blend: Purification® is a powerful blend of Therapeutic Grade A Melaleuca (Tea Tree oil); Citronella, Lemongrass, Rosemary, Lavandin and Myrtle essential oils. Purification® can be used directly on the skin to cleanse and soothe insect bites, cuts, and scrapes. When diffused, it helps to purify and cleanse the air from environmental impurities including cigarette smoke and other disagreeable odors.*

Thieves Household Cleaner: Experience the wonder of Thieves® Household Cleaner, as tough stains andproblem areas in your home become simple and easy to clean without using harsh or abrasive chemicals. Thieves Essential Oil is legendary as was proven at Weber State University to exhibit a kill rate of 99.96% against all airborne bacteria including MRSA, Staph, Strep, e-Coli and Toxic Black Mold. While bacteria can be dangerous, some industrial cleaners on the market pose an even larger threat to your health. Thieves Household Cleaner is a safe all-purpose “green” concentrate that can be used in every room in your home, without the harsh chemicals. Dilution ratios are listed on the label for your convenience.

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Interesting little tid-bit that popped up in my google searches the other day that I thought you might like. Well at least our aromatically inclined holistic types. 🙂

Scott

((ARTICLE EXCERPT))

Aromatherapy to ease labour pains

Friday 21st May 2010

Women in labour are being offered relaxation and massage with essential oils as a natural pain-relief technique by midwives trained in aromatherapy at North Bristol NHS Trust.

The techniques help ease labour pains, sickness, muscle aches and anxiety, and are being offered by a group of 24 midwives at Bristol’s Southmead Hospital’s birth suite, as well as to those who choose home births.

Midwives have been taught how to mix oils and use their properties to relieve symptoms. Bergamot, clary sage, jasmine, lavender, peppermint, frankincense and grapefruit are the seven basic oils the midwives use, which are then mixed to a base oil.

Up to three oils can be included in a mixture as appropriate to relieve the symptoms and can be applied through a drop on the hand, a compress to the skin, in a foot bath or by infusion through inhalation.

Read the full article via Nursing in Practice – Aromatherapy to ease labour pains.

It’s out. For members, the catalog is out. For you, I’ll post it on the Journey. I have a hard copy at home. Don’t hesitate to send me an email.

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Catalogs open in a virtual viewer. Turn the pages, click on any product for more information, and enjoy. You can view Young Living’s Lifestyle magazine online, too!

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  2. Preferred Customer: signing up for a customizable monthly “auto-ship” program, you gain a discount on the cost of your oils and begin to receive free learning materials and essential oil rewards.
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Make a healthy choice every day, no matter what you choose.

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Naturally we play a lot with the Young Living Essential Oils. Finding ways to stretch their use, and experimenting with the effects. I love Thieves not only for its smell but for its naturally antibacterial, antiseptic, and antifungal properties. At home and at the office I have little bottles that I use to spray phones, handles, and other high traffic surfaces.

I think I found a new and wonderful combination. For the last two weeks I’ve been using a mixture: Believe, Joy, and Peace & Calming. Use a small spray bottle, we have an 8 oz spray bottle and add 4 drops of Joy, 4 drops of Believe, and 4 drops of Peace & Calming. Slowly pour in some medium hot water, being careful not to overfill and lose the oils, cap, shake vigorously, and spray.

It smells fantastic.

What I’ve noticed, aside from the welcoming smell that the blend creates, is that our vibe lifts. These three oils in combination create a stabilizing, uplifting and “exciting” reaction. Over the last few weeks I’ve seen and felt the effects of this combination, at home and at work. As I’ve noted before Peace & Calming has the desired effect.

“Peace & Calming® is a gentle, fragrant blend. When diffused, it helps calm tensions and uplift the spirit, promoting relaxation and a deep sense of peace. When massaged on the bottoms of the feet, it can be a wonderful prelude to a peaceful night’s rest.”

Joy and Believe, one of my new favorite blends, together create an essential optimism. The two together are “Light” in a tangible way.

I’m so excited for the blend I’m thinking of launching a little charged batch of the bunch! (Stay tuned).

About the Essential oils

Peace & Calming
Tangerine (Citrus nobilis), orange (Citrus aurantium), ylang ylang (Cananga odorata), patchouli (Pogostemon cablin) and blue tansy (Tanacetum annuum).

Peace & Calming® is a gentle, fragrant blend. When diffused, it helps calm tensions and uplift the spirit, promoting relaxation and a deep sense of peace. When massaged on the bottoms of the feet, it can be a wonderful prelude to a peaceful night’s rest. Peace & Calming may be especially calming and comforting to young children after an overactive and stressful day.

Joy

Bergamot (Citrus bergamia), ylang ylang (Cananga odorata), geranium (Pelargonium graveolens), rosewood (Aniba rosaeodora), lemon (Citrus limon), mandarin (Citrus reticulata), jasmine (Jasminum officinale), Roman chamomile (Chamaemelum nobile), palmarosa (Cymbopogon martinii), and rose (Rosa damascena).

Joy™ is a luxuriously exotic blend with uplifting overtones that creates magnetic energy and brings joy to the heart. When worn as cologne or perfume, Joy exudes an alluring and irresistible fragrance that inspires romance and togetherness. When diffused, it can be refreshing and uplifting.

Believe

Idaho Balsam Fir (Abies grandis), rosewood (Aniba rosaeodora) and frankincense (Boswellia carteri).

Believe™ is an uplifting blend of essential oils that has a steadying, balancing effect on emotions, helping you to overcome feelings of despair and move beyond them to a higher level of awareness. It helps release the unlimited potential everyone possesses, making it possible to experience health, happiness, and vitality more fully. Believe can also provide feelings of strength and faith.

And I’m thinking, after a Lunar-Charge on the Altar, this might be a lovely thing to produce… Limited batches, but good none-the-less.

If you are interested in more information about Essential Oils or ordering from Young Living, see my Aromatherapy page.

See ya soon!


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Get a Free Balsam Fir Essential Oil & Deep Relief Essential Oil Roll-on

During the month of January, Young Living Founder and President Gary Young invites a group of distributors and employees to the Young Living farm in Bonner’s Ferry, Idaho, to take part in the Young Living Balsam Fir Essential Oil Harvest. During this trip, everyone gets to participate in the harvest and distillation process and share in a true “Seed to Seal” experience.

Now you too can celebrate the Balsam Fir Harvest! From January 1 to 31, 2010, when you place an order of 170 PV* or more you’ll receive a 5 ml bottle of balsam fir essential oil  and a  Deep Relief™ Roll-On absolutely free! That’s a retail value of $58.56!

Balsam fir and Deep Relief are both highly effective in the management of muscle discomfort (which is sure to be part of your post-holiday exercise program). Simply dilute one part balsam fir essential oil with one part V-6™ Enhanced Vegetable Oil Complex and massage into desired area. You can also get these therapeutic benefits on the go with a portable  Deep Relief Roll-On. And you get it all for free!

via Young Living | Earn Free Balsam Fir Essential Oil.

Having an auto-ship account not only gives you access to free educational material, cd’s and bonuses like the one above, it also get’s you a discount over 12% on your monthly orders.

I was reluctant to start an auto-ship but once I began, I really started to explore essential oils.

Sign up today at Young Living today. My referral code is 896306.


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The written materials and pictures within the Lifencompass website are presented without copyright and are the property of Scott K Smith / Lifencompass.com. While no copyright is asserted for my written materials or pictures, you must respect the copyrights on commercial materials which may, on occasion, be used here by permission. You are encouraged to reuse the articles and images created by Scott K Smith in written materials, in web sites, teaching guides, and other publications that are FREE to the general public, but I would like to be notified for my records.

Works, books, articles, magazines, etc that charge a fee, subscription or otherwise receive money from the use or publication in any form of my work, need to contact me and do not have permission to repost or reuse any body of my work in any way shape or form, without express written permission from me, Scott K Smith. To preserve the integrity of the information, "The Journey", and my work, I ask that the content not be altered. I ask that Scott K Smith / Lifencompass.com be credited.

The stories and images at Lifencompass websites may not be used to imply official endorsement of anyone without express written consent from me, the author, Scott K Smith