10+ Remedies For A Broken Heart

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If only there were a magic spell that could take away all your pain. All the tears, all the bad memories, all the hurt, revenge, and anger. If only there was an easy fix to a broken heart, but the truth of the matter is that there is no one easy cure-all for a broken heart other than acceptance.

We all go through this at some point or another. A boyfriend, a girlfriend, a partner, a spouse breaks our heart into a million little pieces. We feel everything yet nothing all at the same time. There is a great pain in your chest and tears only seem to keep flowing. We fall to bits on the floor in a deep pool of our own making. Then that moment creeps in, do we sink or swim?

Sometimes my dears, it helps to sink all the way to the bottom, because then, well, there is no other way than up.

Sometimes we forgo the sinking because we are too afraid of what is down there below the surface. So, we fight with all our might. To not see it, to run from it, to punch at the water fiercely with all our might, grabbing on to whatever may be floating closest to us, so we do not have to go down there to that thing called reality.

Some of us spend years just floating like this not wanting to face the reality of why the relationship didn’t work out because, well, we know why it didn’t it was his/her fault! Not yours. Right?

Wrong.

It takes two to tango as they say, and the fact of the matter is that both parties are always equally to blame for the heartache. You accepted the courting, no? Your actions impacted that other person, no? Just as much as their actions impacted yours.

(Do not think I am blaming the victim however, there comes a moment where the cute little rabbit smells the wolf in the air, but decides to stick around to see what happens.)

In Western culture I see this all the time. We create these traps for ourselves, and all we can do is look back on them with self-love, acceptance, and not be too hard on ourselves. Life is too short for regret and denial. A life filled with love waits for us again, once we are ready to stop floating in our seas of denial, and look at our reflection upon the waves. Only then, can we delve deep within our own hearts to discover what was lost and eventually, with time and effort, we may rise again and walk along the shore to see the beauty of another sunrise.

Here are 10+ Remedies that I hope will help you to free yourself from your sea of heartbreak. Good luck my friends!

#1. Young Living Medicinal-Grade Therapeutic Essential Oil Blends

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Acceptance™ contains coriander and geranium essential oil, which encourages feelings of self-worth. This blend may also help overcome denial and procrastination.
How to Use: Diffuse, directly inhale, or apply topically.
Essential Oils: Frankincense, Sandalwood, Geranium, Blue Tansy, Neroli, Coriander, Bergamot, Ylang Ylang, Geranium
Retail Value: $49.67 US

Aroma Life™ uses marjoram and ylang ylang essential oils to energize your life force and promote heart vitality.
How to Use: Diffuse, directly inhale, or apply topically.
Essential Oils: Cypress, Helichrysum, Ylang Ylang, Marjoram
Retail Value: $56.91 US

Common Sense™ is a proprietary blend of Young Living essential oils formulated to enhance an individual’s reasonable and
rational decision-making abilities.
How to Use: Diffuse or inhale directly.
Essential Oils: Frankincense, Ylang Ylang, Ocotea, Ruta, Dorado Azul, Lime
Retail Value: $39.47

Forgiveness™ enhances the ability to forgive yourself and others while letting go of negative emotions, which is an important
part of personal growth.
How to Use: Diffuse, inhale directly, or apply topically.
Essential Oils: Melissa, Angelica, Bergamot, Geranium, Lavender, Ylang Ylang, Frankincense, Lemon, Palmarosa, Jasmine, Helichrysum, Sandalwood, Roman Chamomile, Rose, Coriander
Retail Value: $63.16 US

Joy™ is an uplifting blend of pure essential oils that creates magnetic energy and brings happiness to the heart.
How to Use: Diffuse, inhale directly, or dilute with V-6 Vegetable Oil Complex to apply topically.
Essential Oils: Bergamot, Lemon, Palmarosa, Ylang Ylang, Mandarin, Rose, Geranium, Jasmine, Roman Chamomile, Coriander
Retail Value: $52.30 US

Release™ is a blend of sandalwood, ylang ylang, and other essential oils that facilitates the ability to let go of anger and frustration. It also promotes harmony and balance of the mind and body.
How to Use: Diffuse, inhale directly, or apply topically.
Essential Oils: Ylang Ylang, Geranium, Blue Tansy, Lavandin, Sandalwood
Retail Value: $47.37

Trauma Life™ is a therapeutic blend of pure sandalwood, helichrysum, rose, and other essential oils designed to release emotional trauma that may be buried or forgotten.
How to Use: Diffuse, inhale directly, or apply topically.
Essential Oils: Frankincense, Davana, Citrus Hystrix, Sandalwood, Spruce, Rose, Valerian, Geranium, Lavender, Helichrysum
Retail Value: $59.21 US

#2. Rose Quartz Elixirs

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“The fair and lovely Rose Quartz, with its gentle pink essence, is a stone of the heart, a Crystal of Unconditional Love. It carries a soft feminine energy of compassion and peace, tenderness and healing, nourishment and comfort. It speaks directly to the Heart Chakra, dissolving emotional wounds, fears and resentments, and circulates a Divine loving energy throughout the entire aura. Reawakening the heart to its own innate love, it provides a deep sense of personal fulfillment and contentment, allowing one the capacity to truly give and receive love from others.”- Crystal Vaults

Wear or carry this crystal with you to welcome your heart’s healing and to promote joy, self-love, and acceptance of the situation. You may also wish to make an elixir with a smaller rose quartz in a single glass or make a bunch in a sun tea jar.

Recipe: Wash your crystal(s) under tepid  distilled, filtered or pure water because if the water is too cold or too hot it could damage them. Treated tap water can be high in other minerals as well as chemicals that may interact with the crystal. Rinsing them off and drying them first allows you to ensure that you are not drinking dust, germs, dirt, etc. Once dry add your crystal to a glass jar/cup for 8-12 hours. You can super charge the water by placing them in sun or moon light, just be sure to cover the container with a glass lid or wax paper so that critters don’t dirty the water.

Dosage: 8-12 glasses a day. This helps also with hydration.

What I do is fill my glass 16 oz. water bottle with filtered water and throw in a couple tumbled rose quartz and go about my day. I set an intention that by drinking this elixir will help heal my pain and heart chakra. Every time I take a sip, I visualize drinking unconditional love. It always tastes super fresh!

*CAUTION* You should not do this with every crystal since some contain toxins like copper or lead that will leech into the water. (Azurite, Chrysocolla, Malachite, Galena, Chalcopyrite, Smithsonite or Dioptase (to name a few) are not recommended.)

#3. Read Books If You Don’t Want to Talk to a Counselor

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I recommend highly, these books. Some were given to me, and others I found in a time of great need. I hope you find their words as helpful as I did. Whether you are gay or straight, male or female your heart will grow with these stories and exercises.

#4. Seek Out a Counselor, Shaman, Therapist, or Adviser

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#5. Use Music as An Outlet During Exercise, Making Art, Sports, Etc.

#6. Smile, Laugh & Print

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#7. Good Touch vs. Bad Touch. Replace Sex or Abuse with Nonsexual Therapeutic Reiki & Massage

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#8. Take A Heart Survey with Complimentary Evaluation

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Run by Amelie Chance, who a “little over 12 years ago, went through a divorce which left her living in fear. She was afraid that her heart would never heal. She was afraid that each day would be more meaningless than the next. She was afraid that she would never love again. After several months, she hit rock bottom. It was then she saw a very simple choice she had to make–a choice between fear and hope. Take Amelie’s Survey here to see where you are at.

#9. Watch Movies That Make You Cry and Laugh

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#10. Explore Nature & Travel!

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Related Articles

http://www.webmd.com/sex-relationships/features/how-to-fix-broken-heart?page=2

http://www.wikihow.com/Heal-a-Broken-Heart

http://www.pajiba.com/guides/15-films-for-the-brokenhearted-a-girls-guide-to-recovery.php

http://www.kqed.org/arts/music/article.jsp?essid=104393

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