Choose Your Mood: The Power of Turquoise by Lynette Lovelace, Lifetherapy

January 18, 2012 by Lynette | 0 comments
LIfetherapy Positivity in Color Bracelet Turquoise

LIfetherapy Positivity in Color Bracelet Turquoise

By Lynette Lovelace, Lifetherapy

 

Turquoise is a color associated with clarity of thought and open communication.

Clarity alone makes me want to say, “Sign me up!”

This slightly bluish tone of green occurs in nature in the form of a gem/mineral.

 

The color turquoise is associated with water and one can just picture the varying depths of this color when standing in front of an ocean on a clear day. The color is said to promote higher emotional self awareness, an ability to connect the chakra between our heart and our throats. Turquoise may inspire one to transcend rational thought and share creative spiritual depth in love and friendship.

 

Stuck in a rut? Turquoise supports our ability to see things; it reinforces self esteem and our love for ourselves which in turn supports our ability to love others. It is restorative to the nurturers among us as it recharges the spirit in times of mental stress and tiredness. Turquoise is said to absorb negativity, freeing us up to experience, harmony, idealism,

compassion, a sense of calm and a healthy self sufficiency.

 

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“Choose Your Mood”, is the philosophy behind Lynette Lovelace’s new lifestyle brand, Lifetherapy.   Lovelace created a line of luxury apothecary products inspired by the therapeutic powers of fragrance and mood.  Lovelace states her intentions naming her fragrances: Play, Vacation, Escape, Chill, and Flirt.  Products range from everyday hand crèmes, to pulse point oil roll-on perfumes, ultra rich body crèmes, hydrating body lotions and skin nourishing body scrubs. She reminds us that “mood is a choice, your feelings are contagious, and there has never been another you.”


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