September 2019 Blog - Theme is Learning

Summer is waning and fall is in the air and the energies are definitely shifting into that “Back to School” mode.  While the early portion of the month of September often continues to have a summery feeling, we already can sense (at least here in the Northeast) an early Autumn coming.  During this month we have back to school, harvest celebrations, the somber 9/11 and the Autumn Equinox on 9/21. September is a time where you are invited to check in on where you are at.  What were the gifts of summer this year? What did you wish you had done?  Or what do you wish you had done more of?  Now is the time to write in your calendar for next year some reminders about this.  I find this a powerful practice for myself as I often can forget how fleeting the gifts of summer really are.

As we exchange lawn mowers for rakes and bring in the final part of the harvest, thanking the Earth for all her gifts, we are reminded that now is a wonderful time to acknowledge that we reap what we sow.  What were the seeds you planted in spring in your spiritual life and have they come to fruition? To that end, I am offering another Sound Healing Meditation Circle with Crystal Harp on Sunday September 15th  

As we said, our theme is month is learning. It is in our DNA to have that return to school feeling even if we are adults.  So in keeping with that we have a few new and exciting learning opportunities at RHC:

Conscious Couples Connecting Circle- starts 9/8/19

Learn Reiki with Betty Sue Hanson – Sunday 10/13/19

Learn to work with Your Light Centers with Cheryl Banfield  - Special 2 day workshop 10/26 and 10/27.


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 Quote of the Month: "If you don’t like something, change it.  If you can’t change it, change your attitude."   Maya Angelou

Your Oil Of The Month:  Spearmint Essential Oil

Where is the name derived from? The Spearmint plants get their common name from the pointed leaf tips which resemble "spears". The Genus derivative comes from a Latin word "mente" meaning "thought".

What are the Spearmint Plant Properties?  Releasing yet uplifting.

What are the Documented Spearmint Uses and Benefits?  Supports healthy digestive function. Supports healthy tummies and soothes discomfort. 

How do I use it? Use undiluted, then: Add a drop or two to water. Or  Aromatic - Diffuse

How can I purchase Spearmint Oil: Purchase Spearmint Oil

Upcoming Events at Rose Healing Center :

September 8th the start of the Couples Connecting Circle Series

September 15th – Sound Healing with the Crystal Harp

October 13th – Reiki Level 1 – Taught by Betty Sue Hanson

October 26 & 27th:  Weekend with Cheryl Banfield from Maine – Learning to Work with your Light Centers space is limited!