Meet Geli

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I am Geli, also known as Angelika Regina Heimann. I’m German and most people call me by my German short name “Geli” (plus non German speakers usually make a dog’s dinner out of pronouncing my name …. Smile please ... I love my name but prefer the German pronunciation rather than the anglisised).

Geli Heimann, BSc. MSc. Psych

Currently, I live in London, UK but there are some definite plans to relocate and live in Sydney, Australia. In short, as I also lived for many years in Hong Kong and other countries, I am a bit of a nomad at heart.

I am a proud mum of amazing grown up kids (they will always be my *kids*), and I am a besotted in love grandmother, too.

So, other than that, I am a Network Marketing Professional, and a Holistic Intimacy Wellness Coach, helping heart-centered 50+ divine women make quantum leaps in their business and their orgasmic wellness, so that we can change the world together.

Check out JourneyOfIntimacy.com

So, what brings me to essential oils and in particular Young Living?

Well, healing and wellness have always been at the forefront of my thinking, in fact you could almost say I was born into it.....

OK, let's get cozy and I'll tell you my story of how it all began ...

Dr. Max Heimann, 1962

My dad, Dr. Max Heimann, rer. nat., was a scientist or more specifically a phytopathologist and specialist in phytomedicine (plant diseases). He was the one who decided on my name Angelika because of the plant Angelica Archangelica officinalis a medicinal plant with healing properties.

I was born in Hannover, Germany, where he pioneered gene mutations in the early 1950's; and in the late 60's, he discovered apoplexy in apricot trees. In his latter years (he died one month short of his 90th birthday), he continued researching into plant diseases and prevention with some major pharmaceutical companies such as Ciba-Geigy. As an expert specialist in his field, people from all over the world, as far afield as Chile and Japan, would send their diseased plants to him to diagnose.

... and then there was my mother, a pharmacist, a specialist apothecary, who was still trained to precision produce medication by hand, before the pharmaceutical industry deposited all the various samples reaching right into our home.

Here, on this picture, is little me with my mother in Wiesbaden, Germany. I grew up for most part in Wiesbaden and at the River Rhine.

Wiesbaden, of course, is well known for it's medicinal hot spas and the international clinical internal medicine conferences.

All my growing up years, it was normal for us as a family to go out into the fields and forests to collect plants, berries, roots, etc. Then at home we would sit for long hours at the kitchen table and finely slice open our collections, de-seed, skin or deal with the plant material in ways my mother would deem right. Then they would be dried, or steamed or prepared in alcohol, to produce tinctures, ointments, infusions, or whatever.

Yes, it is safe for me to say, I was never far from the healing properties of plants!

Much later, during my time at university, I decided to link psychology with the study on therapeutic properties and uses of essential oils.

As the researches were university funded I had the privilege to experience some of the best oils, as well as top expensive brands available. I could not reconcile the fact that the same named essential oils would smell differently from brand to brand, often with a distinctive sharp chemical note.

I often wondered to what degree those supposedly 100% pure oils were in fact 'refined' and tampered with, or distilled at too high temperatures and pressures in order to cut processing time and reduce production costs - or worse still, extracted with chemical solvents ... Yes, excellent top quality that has medicinal therapeutic value does have its price! There are no short-cuts!

It was clear to me that I would use essential oils when working with my clients because of the powerful therapeutic effects both on the emotions and the body, however, there was no way I felt that any, not even those top name brands would have been good enough for my clients.

So, I waited till finally I was introduced to the Young Living Essential Oils brand. Finally I was satisfied with the 100% purity and pharmaceutical grade of the Young Living oils. Rigorous scientific testing both by independent research laboratories as well as their own in-house ones ensure that the oils are safe to be used topically and even to be ingested!.

Not only do they triumph in their 100% organic purity and top therapeutic grade, but they are so fine in their molecular structure that they are able to permeate the so-called ‘blood-brain-barrier’ to give the benefits of pharmaceutical drugs without the less then desired side effects.

If that was not good enough, these Young Living oils and especially their carefully crafted blends, grouping selected oil essences for specific benefits, have been tested for their energetic vibrational quality.

For those of you who are knowledgeable about energy medicine and energy psychology, this is very good news indeed!

The so-called “Rain Drop Technique” with Young Living oils was developed (and independent scientific research validated) in order to drop specific oils onto the spine, acupressure and reflexology points at a distance to the skin. The reason is that the vibrational frequency of these oils start to heal the electromagnetic field around the body before they even enter the skin and there continue their energetic medicinal benefits.

It goes without saying that as a healer I use the Young Living oils in my work with clients with total confidence!

Well, dear reader, thank you for allowing me to share an important part of my life with you!

At this moment in time I can only offer you a delicious virtual brew of herbal tea. I would like to get to know you, so please leave a comment below.

Thank you!


Angelica Archangelica officinalis

Angelica Archangelica contains a variety of chemicals which have been shown to have medicinal properties. Chewing on angelica or drinking tea brewed from it will cause local anesthesia, but it will heighten the consumer's immune system. It has been shown to be effective against various bacteria, fungal infections and even viral infections.

The essential oil of the roots of Angelica archangelica contains β-terebangelene, C10H16, and other terpenes; the oil of the seeds also contains β-terebangelene, together with methylethylacetic acid and hydroxymyristic acid.

The essential oil made from angelica root is used as an all-over tonic, purifying the blood, "grounding" the person and for digestive problems.

It is a boost for the lymphatic system, and a valuable oil to use after illness, to help clear the body of toxins. It has some excellent anti-fungal properties.

Archangelica comes from the Greek word "arkhangelos" (=arch-angel), due to the myth that it was the angel Gabriel who told of its use as medicine.”

For more health benefits of the Angelica essential oil click here

There is a beautiful Essential Oil blend created by Young Living which is called "White Angelica"

Young Living 'White Angelica' Essential Oil Blend


White Angelica™ For Protection
And Strengthening The Aura

White Angelica™ is a calming and soothing essential oil blend that encourages feelings of protection and security. It combines 10 essential oils used during ancient times to enhance the body's aura, which brings about a sense of strength and endurance. Many people use it as protection against negative energy. White Angelica works great applied to shoulders and the crown of the head.

Ingredients (in a base of almond oil):

  • Bergamot (Citru sbergamia) - one of the most uplifting fragrances, simultaneously energizing and calming, with a unique ability to relieve anxiety, stress, and tension.
  • Geranium (Pelargonium graveolens) – stimulates nerves and assists in balancing hormones. It's aromatic influence helps release negative memories, thereby opening and elevating the mind.
  • Myrrh (Commiphora myrrha) - has one of the highest levels of sesquiterpenes, a class of compounds that can stimulate the hypothalamus, pituitary and amygdala, the control center for emotions and hormones in the brain. Myrrh was referred to throughout the Old and New Testaments as part of a holy anointing formula given to Moses (Exodus 30:22-27).
  • Sandalwood (Santalum album) – is high in sesquiterpenes, which have been researched for their ability to sitimulate the pineal gland and the limbic region of the brain – the center of our emotions. The pineal gland is responsible for releasing melatonin, a hormone that enhances deep sleep.
  • Rosewood (Aniba rosaeodora) – soothing and nourishing to the skin, rosewood has been researched at Weber State University for its inhibition rate against gram positive and gram negative bacterial growth.
  • Ylang ylang (Cananga odorata) - helps bring about a sense of relaxation and may help balance male and female energies. It balances equilibrium and restores confidence and self-love.
  • Spruce (Picea mariana) – helps to open and release emotional blocks, bringing about a feeling of balance and grounding. Traditionally, spruce oil was believed to possess the frequency of prosperity.
  • Hyssop (Hyssopus officinalis) - strongly balancing for emotions
  • Melissa (Melissa officinalis) - although melisssa is powerful, antimicrobial oil, it is very gentle and delicate at the same time, due to the nature of the plant. It helps to bring out those characteristics within individuals using it. It is calming and balancing to the emotions. Melissa is one of the highest oils in sesquiterpenes, and is very stimulating to the anterior pituitary and immune system.
  • Rose (Rosa damascena) – because rose essential oil possesses the highest frequency of all the essential oils, it creates a sense of balance, harmony, and well-being and elevates the mind. It creates a magnetic energy that attracts love and brings joy to the heart.

How to use: For topical or aromatic use. Diffuse or wear on top of shoulders, along spine, on crown of head, wrists, behind ears and on the back of the neck. Excellent in a bath.

Possible skin sensitivity: If pregnant or under a doctor's care, consult your physician. Dilution not required; suitable for all but the most sensitive skin. Generally safe for children over 2 years of age. Avoid using on skin exposed to direct sunlight or UV rays.





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