Aromatherapy Tip of the Day – October 30, 2013

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Today’s Aromatherapy Tip of the Day: October 30, 2013 is The Unseen Energies.

ESSENTIAL OILS: THE UNSEEN ENERGIES

Plant materials have long been used in spiritual practice. There are several mentions in the Bible, not only of using herbs to heal, but also of burning incense in temples, and elsewhere, to create an atmosphere of spirituality.
Human energy fields have been recognized in most of today’s spiritual traditions. Eastern traditions recognize ‘prana’ and ‘ch’i’ as the energies that are vital to health. In Western terminology we hear of the aura, the etheric body, astral body, mental body, spiritual body, and a golden web that connects us all. It is likely that we are dealing with several energy fields that interact with one another and out physical selves, and they are said to be the means by which we connect with the Divine.
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Essential oils, coming from plant material, have their own vibrations that connect with the frequencies in the human energy field, causing natural effects in the emotional, physical, and spiritual body.
Essential oils are crystalline structures that carry light. They vibrate and cause selective synchronous vibration; they are electromagnetic, as we are ourselves. They are thought to travel throughout the interstitial fluid, the space between the cells, where the molecules of emotion also travel. It is no wonder that fragrance has been used since time immemorial to connect people with the Divine, lifting us to finer, higher vibrations, in touch with wider consciousness.

Check Back Tomorrow for Using Essential Oils for Spiritual Union.

Debra Mauldin, Certified Aromatherapist
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Resource: The Fragrant Heavens by Valerie Ann Worwood

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