The little foxes are what spoil the vine.”Song of Solomon 2:15

Most everyone has heard about oils. Now, some only know about the oils that you cook with or the oil that goes in your car.

What if there was more to this whole idea of oils?

What if using oils could dramatically impact your bedroom and your sexual intimacy?

Oils are impacting bedrooms around the world in huge ways. Both husbands and wives are finding them to be a resource for setting the mood, fostering skin to skin contact, making foreplay more enjoyable and breaking through emotional barriers.

They allow the two of you to experience new sensations. They provide you with the opportunity to create a shift in your bedroom through the use of aromatherapy. A few drops in the diffuser and the bedroom smells like a new room. They make skin to skin contact so smooth.

It doesn’t matter what you think you know about oils because in this episode you’ll learn:

  • The power of using them in the bedroom, to stimulate the multiple senses.
  • How to use different ones to create a romantic experience for both of you.
  • Why lubrication makes such a difference to the quality of your sex life.
  • How using oils creates confidence, reduces exhaustion, and minimizes rejection.

Callie Shepherd is is Young Living Crown Diamond, blessed wife to Jeremy, and home school mom of three (ages 8, 6, and 5). She loves slow mornings, books with the kids, date night, a hike through the woods or curling up with a journal and a cup of tea. Her days are spent finding the sweet spot between her love of life as wife and mom and passion for entrepreneurship, natural wellness, the outdoors, leadership and living a more simple life.

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