Getting Your Sexy On!
How do you find energy for that intimate time between you and your partner? Often our responsibilities drain our energy. Making time for intimacy can be daunting at times. There are a few things you can do in the bedroom to open the energy. For one thing, do you have items in your bedroom that really remind you of other things besides lovemaking? Maybe clutter, or home office furniture, or even pictures of the kids?
Do you have items in your room from days gone by, like your favorite doll from childhood, or a trophy from the when your team won?
Start by making your room adult friendly. Think about finding another place in your home for that office desk. Find a new home for that doll or trophy. What is color of your bedroom walls? What about a new paint job? Place the kids or family portraits in the hall or other living spaces. Find fun things for your room like a nice black light and instead of the family portrait, find nice relaxing wall hangings or something that says “this room is for me and you”. I love salt lamps. Nice soft color and they actually are releasing positive vibes. Do they still make lava lamps? Beautiful! Soft lights add an ambiance.
What do you wear? My husband hates “granny gowns”. So you certainly have an assortment of fun bedroom wear and toys to choose from here! Spice it up a little! Don’t be drab! What can you do personally?
I am an Aromatherapist as a nurse, and there are actually essential oils that can be used as aphrodisiacs, enhancers, help for impotence and increasing libido! There is a HUGE difference between fragrances and pure oils. Fragrances smell good. Certified Pure Therapeutic Oils actually produce a therapeutic response. I use CPTO exclusively with my coaching clients, myself and my family.
So what oils can you use to help with the mood? Ylang Ylang is the top oil recommended as an aphrodisiac. It is good for a low libido. Clary Sage is a top oil to help with impotence. Another oil blend I use is called Elevation. Cinnamon is also good for a low libido. You need to dilute some of these oils for massage use. You can diffuse these oils in your room.
I use an awesome diffuser that doesn’t destroy the therapeutic molecules, so when they oils are being released into the room, you can be sure you are getting the “real” thing! Certified Pure Therapeutic oils are targeted and really work compared to using an artificial fragrance. Oils that are therapeutic work because of properties each oil has to work in a certain way.
It's not just the smell at work with an oil. If you don't have your sense of smell intact the oil would still have the property because it is the molecule of the oil which works. Another way to use oils is massage. Oils can be diluted in something like fractionated coconut oil and used in massage. The molecule of the coconut oil is small enough to still carry that essential oil and then be able to absorb into the skin, allowing the benefit of the oil to come forth. The top oils I use as a single or blend, is Ylang Ylang, Rose, Whisper, Clary Sage, Elevation, Cinnamon, Ginger, and Geranium. If relaxation is needed before you can even think about sexual activity, then consider something like lavender or a Balance blend, or even an AromaTouch massage session.
These are exciting times to be able to use something so natural to enhance sexual activity without having to deal with potential side effects related to prescription drugs or other enhancers! You can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information about the oils I use! Or Visit my site at mydoterra.com/joyceharrell/Joyce Harrell, RN, OCN Holistic Health/Wellness Coach / Aromatherapist / Certified Vision Board Coach / Wellness Inventory Coach / doTERRA Essential Oils: http://www.mydoterra.com/joyceharrell / Usana Health Sciences: http://www.joyceharrell.usana.com
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