Plate of Inspiration (14/11) – Personal Power

20151114 Plate of Inspiration Solar Plexus

Here’s some solar plexus love for this week’s Plate of Inspiration!

Our solar plexus chakra is about sensing personal power, being confident, responsible and reliable.

The #truthbomb card from the gorgeous Danielle La Porte, reminds us that no dream will serve us if we’re forcing ourselves to make something happen – and the strength card from the angel deck, reminds us that we have the strength to embrace our personal power.

Mookaite (Australian jasper) crystals impart a desire for new experiences and a deep calm with which to face them. It also points out all possibilities and assists in choosing the right one.

Sodalite stimulates the release of old mental conditioning and rigid mind-sets, creating space to put new insights into practice.

Sunstone is an alchemical stone that brings profound connection to light and the regenerative power of the sun in everyday life.

Chrysocolia can help us to accept with serenity situations that are constantly changing, invoking great inner strength.

Citrine raises self esteem and self confidence, and helps to remove destructive tendencies. It enhances individuality, improves motivation, activates creativity and encourages self-expression.

I’m also using a wonderful, newly discovered vibrational mist, called Vitality, part of a range of 8 vibrational mists created by my lovely colleague, Cath from Endeavour College of Natural Health. The Vitality blend includes a bunch of divine smelling flower essences such as Old Man Banksia and Sunshine Wattle – both of which take me back to my childhood near one of Sydney’s largest national parks. There’s also a mix of essential oils including basil, lime, lemongrass, lime, peppermint and more!

The affirmation that came with this blend says, “I am well, strong and vital. I have the energy and power to accomplish anything I choose to do.”

Rah! Reclaim your personal power and go get what you want!

Have a great weekend xx

PS. If you would like to know more about how I came to start this weekly project, check out this post on serving up a creative, mindful Plate of Inspiration.