Aromatherapy Tip of the Day – November 18, 2013

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Today’s Aromatherapy Tip of the Day: November 18, 2013 is Essential Oils that helps Dissipate Feelings of Unworthiness.


If we are told enough times that we are unworthy, we may end up believing it. This causes many problems, but in terms of prayer, we may pray for an improvement in circumstances at the same time believing we do not deserve it. If the unworthiness is indoctrinated into a person during childhood, it is quite often the case that he or she gravitates toward the circumstances and people that reinforce that idea. However, later in life many people realize what they have been subjected to and shake off the shackles of unworthiness.
Wherever you may be in terms of unworthiness, remember, nobody is so unworthy they cannot pray and accept what is given. If you feel unworthy, pray that help may be given to you as you try to find a sense of worth.


Use an essential oil or a blend of 2 to 3 essential oils with 1/2 ounce carrier oil. The following essential oils work to help dissipate feelings of unworthiness:
Cardamon, Cedarwood, Clove, Frankincense, Geranium, Mandarin, Neroli, Rose Maroc, Sandalwood, and Ylang-Ylang.
These Essential Oils can be used alone or blend 2 to 3 in a Carrier Oil. The Essential Oil or your carrier oil can be used in a variety of ways:
Anointing yourself, Aroma Lamps, Bath, Body Perfume, or simply anoint the palm of your hands for prayer.

Look back over our section on Spiritual Uses of Essential Oils, for amount of oil to use for each purpose.

Next, we will discuss Receiving and Accepting.

Debra Mauldin, Certified Aromatherapist
Feel free to contact me with any questions you may have pertaining to using essential oils as aromatherapy.
Please put ‘Aromatherapy’ in the subject line.

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