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Heal My Heart Oil for Heartache, Loss, Grief, Sadness and Letting Go

Heal My Heart Oil for Heartache, Loss, Grief, Sadness and Letting Go

$7.25
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Our Heal My Heart Oils was created for those who may be suffering from grief, loss, sadness or a broken heart. We have added some wonderful herbs to this blend that are known to help promote emotional healing. It’s an ideal blend to use when you want to let go of a painful relationship, release feelings of guilt or shame, or simply wish to develop a deeper sense of self-love. Made with Black Walnut, Helichrysium, Blessed Thistle, Lemon Balm and other related herbs and oils, Heal My Heart Oil is perfect to use in any type of situation where you wish to move forward with your life and let go of the past. It comes in a ½ oz bottle.

There are countless ways to use Heal My Heart Oil. It can be anointing on the body, dabbed into the bath, placed on old photographs or anointed on your altar. Mix a few drops in a bowl of salt and place it under your bed. Mix a couple of drops with some with Church or Three Kings incense. Place a few drops into the water of some fresh cut white lilies or pink roses. Anoint some on your favorite jewelry or amulets or simply rub some on your hands while touching your heart.

If there is a person or situation your wish to separate and let go of, kneed about 15 drops of Heal My Heart oil in flour and fresh rain water. If rain water is not available, leave some water outside during a waning moon. Spring water can also be used (you can by this bottled at the grocery store). Make a form of a small person with the dough. Carve the name of the person or situation you wish to let go of and then bake it. Next, get a small white votive candle. When ready light the white votive candle. Take the baked form and hold it over the candle. Recite Psalm 34. Or you can simply recite the following incantation, “ Heal my heart, it shall be broken no longer.” The following day, grind the form into a powder and dispose of it in running water.

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