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Since 1998, Vibration Magazine has featured articles by a hundred or more essence practitioners, users, and makers. We  continue to do so on our blog, except that the articles are be shorter, as is the norm on a blog — about 500-700 maximum.  As always, our aim is to educate, and so we do not publish articles that are strictly promotional or self-serving.  The same is true for comments on the various posts–if it smacks of self-promotion or commercial interests, we will delete it.

Flower essences are not to be confused with essential oils — which are aromatherapy products — or with herbal remedies, so don’t send an article about those topics unless it specifically contains information about using essences along with them.

Please also note that we are not connected with Essence Magazine, the venerable newstand African-American magazine, so don’t send us articles intended for them.

For more detailed guidelines, visit www.essences.com/vibration/papers.html

Be aware that we enjoy a world-wide audience including southern hemisphere countries where the seasons are reversed, so it may be helpful to review the following:  http://www.wikihow.com/Write-for-a-Global-Audience


Deborah Bier, PhD. wellness@greaterwellbeing.com www.greaterwellbeing.com

Donna Cunningham, MSW moonmave@spiritone.com; blog: http://skywriter.wordpress.com; ebook sales: www.moonmavenpublications.com

The World Wide Essence Society does not mean to imply any recommendation of nor give certification to any individuals or companies whose articles or comments appear on this blog.  Articles are provided purely for informational purposes. We ask consumers to make their own determination as to quality of the services and products described. Articles are not meant to be advice, and the information is not meant to replace medical or psychological treatment. All articles and comments offered by readers do not necessarily represent the views of Vibration Magazine.