FAITH is the “perceiving power of the mind linked with the power to shape substance.”  Spiritual assurance is the power to do the seemingly impossible.  It is a magnetic power that draws unto us our heart’s desire from the invisible spiritual substance.  Faith is a deep inner knowing that that which is sought is already ours for the taking.”  Charles Fillmore, from The Revealing Word. frankincense branch
Hebrews 11:1 teaches that “faith is the assurance of things hoped for, the conviction of things not seen.”  Ed Rabel, a notable teacher from  Unity Village, says that “there is  but one real faith . . .  As a rule, people who merely trust in the Lord do not understand all the law.  If they had understanding, they would affirm the presence and power of God until the very substance of Spirit would appear in manifestation.”  He teaches us that faith is nothing more than a supreme affirmative power; saying yes to God.
Frankincense-Tree-600x400Peter is the disciple 
representing faith (Matthew 16:13-20) in the New Testament.  Abraham represents faith in the Old Testament (Genesis 12:22)  Jesus knew that the blessings of health comes through the exercise of faith on the part of the man who seeks it, that faith opens the mind to the influx of power from on high, and that the power of the Highest heals all diseases both of soul and body.  (Charles Fillmore, from  Jesus Christ Heals)

FAITH HANDThe first step in all spiritual healing is the using of faith, and the next step is to become open and receptive to the stream of healing life.  (See Charles Fillmore, Keep A True Lent)  In most cases, Jesus demanded faith on the part of those he healed.  (See Matthew 8: 5-13; 9:18-26; 15:28).
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he pineal gland opens the center of faith. FRANKINCENSE (Olibanum) is the oil associated with faith, also known as Boswellia carterii or Boswellia frereana.  FRANKINCENSE is obtained through steam distillation of the resin in the bark.  Trees located only in So. Arabian peninsula in present day Oman. Today also found in Somalia.  In Hebrew, it is called Levonah, meaning from tree resin.
FRANKINCENSE is considered a cure all, used for every conceivable ill known to man; it was prized more than gold.
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gift to baby Jesus. (Mt. 2:11), prophesied in Isaiah 60:6.  It was the most stored oil in history.
FRANKINCENSE is the holiest of all oils and was required to be burning in the temple 24 hours a day. HOLY OIL used for anointing kings, priests, prophets and objects in temple.  Frankincense is the main ingredient in the HOLY INCENSE given to Moses (Exodus 30:34).  It was used in religious rituals to enhance communication with the Creator.  (Lev. 2:1, 15-16 (cereal offering) 24:7 (show bread)).  In Numbers 16:46, Aaron stops a plague with frankincense.
led from the oasis at the southern tip of the Arabian peninsula  through 2000 miles of Arabian desert to Petra and then on to Gaza.  In Latin, it is called Monoterpenes, or sesquiterpenes and is used today for reprogramming cellular memory, thus promoting permanent healing; normal cellular regeneration; cancer, depression, allergies, immune stimulant, improves HGH; stimulates pineal and pituitary glands to elevate moods and overcome stress and despair.
using Frankincense:  Believe, Abundance, Acceptance, Brain Power, Harmony, Valor, Inspiration, Immupower, Forgiveness, Exodus II, Humility


Araucaria heterophylla leavesSTRENGTH is the power of the mind to accomplish or to endure.  The strength of the mind rejoices greatly when it finds the Inexhaustible Source of all strength of Spirit that is everywhere present.  This Pure Presence of Spirit is that within which we live, move and have our being: the pure consciousness of God that we know, believe and are grateful for is in the before, now and afterwards, the forever which exclaims, “We have found the Messiah.” (John 1:41)  When we find the Messiah, we know strength.cypress 2

The Messiah is in that aspect of who we are that we recognize as Andrew.  In Hebrew, Andrew 
means manly or strong man.   Andrew was the first disciple to recognize Jesus as the Messiah.  Through Strength, Andrew not only delivers himself but also brings his brother Peter (faith) to Jesus — to the Pure Consciousness of Spirit.  This demonstrates that with strength and faith, we can leave our nets.  Strength supports faith.  “When strength finds faith, and they are brothers consciously in the mind, a bond of unity is established that carries one along, even though one may encounter the most adverse experiences.”  (Charles Fillmore, from  The Metaphysical Bible Dictionary)

Strength is not mere physical might.  Strength impacts every aspect of who we are, mind, body and soul.  To increase STRENGTH, we must learn to become still.  In the stillness, we slow down and listen to the universe.  In that stillness, we revitalize our inner strength that is the might of God.  In the stillness, we are able to balance our thinking and feeling natures.  (Isaiah 30:15)peace and quietSamson, representing STRENGTH in the Old Testament, is an example an imbalance in thinking and feeling depletes strength.  (Judges 16:15-31)  “The life of Samson, as given in Judges, represents the different movements of strength in human consciousness, and its betrayal and end. Samson did all kinds of athletic stunts. but was finally robbed of his strength by Delilah, a Philistine woman, who had his head shaved while he slept on her knees. Hair represents vitality. When the vital principle is taken away the strength goes with it. This weakens the body and it finally perishes. Eve took away the strength of Adam in like manner, and every man who gives up the vital essence of his body for the pleasure of sensation commits suicide, as did Samson.”  (These links are supported by

cypressThe part of the body associated with Strength is the lower back.  The OIL associated with STRENGTH is CYPRESSCYPRESS  (semper virens) is sometimes referred to as an “evergreen oak”.  A tree known for its strength and durability.  Hebrew root is tirzah, meaning slender.  Cypress trees are tall and slender.

THE MIGHTY GROVES of Lebanon are described in Sirach as “trees which groweth up to the clouds.”  THE GOPHER WOOD of the ark, thought to be cypress, was used for its durability under adverse conditions.  THE DOORS of St. Peter’s in Rome which lasted 600 years are made of CYPRESS.
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ANCIENT USES:  David’s palace and Solomon’s palace made of cypress and cedar; the Temple, built by Solomon made of cypress and cedar.
cypress 4MODERN USES: Urinary system, water retention., anti infectious, antibacterial, circulatory system, bones and muscles.
cypress 3BIBLE REFERENCES: Gen 6:14 (the ark); II Chron. 2 (building of the temple); I Kings: 9-11 (Solomon and Hiram); Isaiah 60:13; (future glory of Zion) Hosea 14:8 (promise of blessing to a repentant Israel); Sirach 24:13 {wisdom exalted}…”as a cypress on the mountains of. Hermon.”

EMOTIONAL CLEARING: strengthens, and helps to ease the feeling of loss, gives sense of security, grounding and helps to heal emotional trauma.  BLENDS containing cypress:  Aroma Life, Aroma Siez, and RC.
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cedarwood (1)JUDGMENT is spiritual discernment, which is the inner voice through whose expression we come into a larger realization of ourselves.   (See Charles Fillmore, from The Twelve Powers of Man)  This is not the judgment that is limited to ego but the divine judgment that relies on Spirit.  As Ed Rabel says, Judgment is the deeper connection of the mind to discern, evaluate, and make decisions.  Judgment Day is not a day that we are waiting for in the future, it is the moment in which we experience the difference between what is true and what is false.  It is not our responsibility to condemn, damn or judge others.  The universe will judge everyone by our own thoughts and actions.
judgment3The Disciple who represents Judgment is James: of Zebedee, which means supplanter, that which Jehovah has given.  Judgment carefully weighs a question and draws a conclusion.  James was the first disciple to be transformed through the appearance of death (see decapitation Acts 12:1-2)  The body’s seat of Judgment is in the solar plexus, which is also called justice or discrimination. SOLOMON represents Judgment in the Old Testament., which means whole, complete, peaceful.  Solomon means the state of consciousness when soul is unified with wisdom and love.  Solomon was a great judge. 

BIBLE REFERENCES:  Gen. 1:14( 4th day of creation)I Kings 3:5-15  (Solomon’s dream in which he asks for wisdom to rule the kingdom);    IKings 3:16-28  (story of the 2 women).

 I Kings 10:1-10  (Visit of the Queen of Sheba) Num. 27:21 (Urim and Thummim for discerning the will of God. If yes, fall forward, if no fall backward.)

JESUS ON JUDGMENT–Mt. 7:1(boomerang effect of judgment); Jn 7:24 (righteous judgment).

OIL CONNECTED TO JUDGMENT– Cedarwood cedrus atlantica.

JUDGMENT AND CEDARWOOD: HebrewErez ( tenacity of roots); CHEMISTRY:  98% sesquiterpenes; PROPERTIES:  Antibacterial, lymphatic stimulant; gives mental clarity.

Mental clarity from Cedarwood  assisted Solomon in ruling Israel with wisdom.

ANCIENT USES:  Cleansing of lepers, ritual cleansing after touching anything unclean, first oil to be distilled over 5000 years ago for embalming, long revered for its use in storing and protecting from elements.  North American natives used cedar to enhance spiritual communication.  An umbrella protecting the earth and bringing energy in from the universe.  Animals could recharge and regenerate.  Used in cases of Qi deficiency. Cedar-wood-essential-oil

MODERN USES:  Hair loss, arteriosclerosis, Alzheimer’s, senility, ADHD, skin disorders, bronchitis, mental clarity, emotional release, enhances sleep, insect repellant.

BIBLE REFERENCES:  II Samuel 5:11 (David’s house);  I Kings 5:7:12 (the temple) I Kings 6:9 (Solomon’s house);  Psalm 104:16 (trees of the Lord, planted) Lev. 14 (healing of emotional cause of leprosy) II Chron.1:15; 9:27.  ORAC: 169,000.

APPLICATION: Diffuse, directly inhale, apply on location, vita flex points, dietary supplement.  BLENDS with Cedarwood:  Brain Power, Inspiration.
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