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Update: March 24, 2023
Addressing Financial Challenges
and Economic Crises

Many folks struggle day-to-day with personal financial worries and challenges. The pandemic added complexity, shifting work and income for a lot of people. And the recent news of instability and failure of a few banks has some nervous, concerned about global financial stability. So we thought this was a good time to send these reminders of the support you have available in your Perelandra toolbox.

Here are the Good, the Better and the Best options for using the Perelandra tools to support yourself and your family when addressing economic challenges, and to help you prepare for and move through a financial crisis. You may choose to work with one, two or all of these options.


EoP Infusion Pump

The Good Option
EoP Infusion Pump

Keep an EoP Infusion Pump in your pocket. The supportive pattern that radiates from your EoP Pump bottle will help you maintain your equilibrium as you move through your day, and support your goal to make balanced financial choices.


Solutions for Soil-less Gardens

The Better Option
Add Essence of Perelandra (EoP), ETS for Soil-less Gardens and/or ETS for Soil

In addition to the EoP Pump in your pocket, start working with nature to strengthen and support your financial goals by using one, two or all three of these Solutions.

If you're working with only EoP for now, follow the steps explained here:

Addressing Economic Crisis with EoP and Nature

If you're also using ETS for Soil-less Gardens and/or ETS for Soil, follow the steps here:

Using EoP and ETS to Support Your Goals and Projects

Idea #2 can help you finish your taxes this quarter. Idea #4 will help you keep your home balanced when there is financial stress in the family. And in this Perelandra Solutions for Goals Worksheet, we give you the steps for shifting each of the three Solutions to add strength and balance to any goal, project, issue, challenge or hurdle you have before you.


Health Watch Economic Crisis

The Best Option
Machaelle's Guidelines on Economic Crisis

For a comprehensive approach that also includes how to address your personal health and balance, follow Machaelle Wright's Guidelines on Economic Crisis. When she first gave us this information, the U.S. was facing a wide-spread economic crisis. (Remember "The Great Recession" of 2008?!) These guidelines have proven to be timeless, and apply whether dealing with a particular challenge, a full-blown crisis or general instability.

It includes many specific examples for applying a range of Perelandra tools including EoP, Essences and MAP to calmly and creatively resolve the problems that arise during any financial crisis — national, international or personal.

A note about talking to your MAP team: As Machaelle explains in the guidelines, if you have been using the Medical Assistance Program, you can talk to your MAP team about setting up a schedule for regular "economic crisis" appointments to address "all the health issues that arise as a direct result of the crisis and those issues/illnesses that arise during this time as a result of life in general." If you aren't quite sure what that means for you, here are a few examples to get the ball rolling:

  • "When I get a new bank or credit card alert, I throw up a little in my mouth or my heartburn goes into overdrive."

  • "The other day on the way to work, I began worrying so much about saving enough for retirement that I started hyperventilating."

  • "I've been putting off a routine check-up because I just don't want to spend the money, but I know I need to find out what's going on with my blood sugar."


ETS for Humans 2oz with spray nozzle

Bonus Tip for Everyone
ETS for Humans

If you start panicking, take ETS. Once you recognize what's happening or feel the panic coming on, treat it like any other emergency. Immediately take one dose (10-12 drops) of ETS for Humans. Wait 5 minutes and then take a second dose. Wait 5 more minutes and take a third dose. Let the ETS help you get unstuck so you can forge ahead to address the problem.