Gomira dance is mainly a folk dance form, and have no background narration, unlike more traditional Indian dance forms. There is no additional singing or chanting in any form. Only music played are dhak (drum, seen on left), kansar (percussion instrument, seen on right) and occasionally a mehana (wind instrument, seen in center). Image credit : Lopamudra Talukdar @lopamudra
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Magic has been bringing some new friends by. The other day I sat outside with Magic and two six-point bucks eating at my feet (grrr, I didn’t have my camera!). He stopped by again tonight with one buck, who still isn’t quite sure what to think of me. #deer#bucks#woodslife#rurallife#shamasanctuary
How I do life. I got a little carried away with the fire tonight and had every fan on and every window in this little casa wide open trying to cool it off. Then I got a little carried away editing this Arizona ranch engagement session (holy moly 🌅)...and now I’m stoking the fire and shivering trying to get all the windows closed.
My son has been complaining about soreness on one side of his mouth, probably from a permanent tooth trying to cut through. These three oils have helped all of us with any kind of mouth discomfort in the past, so I'm using them again.
A few ways to apply (adjust drops for age needed, this is for 9-yr old ):
• In a 5-ml roller, add 2 drops Clove, 3 drops each White Fir & Copaiba. Fill with fco. If using 10-ml, adjust accordingly. Roll on jawline every few hours. For young children, reduce to 1 drop each.
• doTERRA oils only: In a tablespoon fco, add 1 drop Copaiba & 1 drop Clove. Rub on tooth or gums every few hours as needed. Clove is a hot oil, so make sure child can tolerate this dilution. I always test an oil dilution on myself first. Do not use White Fir internally. For babies or those extra sensitive, I wouldn't use Clove internally.
• Dip a toothpick in Clove, apply oil to a drop of On Guard toothpaste, add Copaiba for added benefit. Rub toothpaste on tooth or gum causing discomfort.
• For adults: when I had braces on, I always used one full drop of Clove directly on area of discomfort. Yes, very spicy, but tolerable, and it was amazing for easing the tenderness. I also brushed each time with a full drop on my toothpaste (On Guard). Works SO well!
👉Since White Fir is no longer available, substitute with Lavender, Siberian Fir, or Roman Chamomile, all which are gentle, effective, and can be used internally.
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