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Essential Oils - How Can Therapeutic Essential Oils Promote Positive Emotions?

Linda Lee Smith
 


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We were born to be happy, confident, trusting, joyful, kind, compassionate, sympathetic, helpful, enthusiastic, patient, positive, hopeful, and loving. This should be our reference point for what is "normal" and “balanced. " When our state of mind reflects inner peace, joy, love and well-being-then peace, joy, love and well-being is what we naturally project outward and this brings us positive experiences.

Concentration, Alertness and Focus

Concentration is about being able to focus on the tasks ahead. Focusing, we can direct all our attention and energy to one place.

What Oils Could an Aromatherapist Recommend?

Lemon, basil, rosemary, cardamon, orange, grapefruit, peppermint, bergamot, cedarwood, eucalyptus, fennel, cypress, cinnamon, ylang ylang, juniper ginger, clove, nutmeg, pine.

Happiness and Contentment

A happy person is in a state of balance and harmony with life. It may come through accepting limitations, with forgiveness, with letting go all that holds us back, or with openness to the future.

What Oils Could an Aromatherapist Recommend?

Don't expect essential oils to create happiness and contentment for you. But they may help by reducing the tenseness and stress of unhappiness. Orange, rose, jasmine, clove, coriander, sandalwood, bergamot, ylang ylang, Roman Chamomile, lemon, neroli, frankincense, lavender, patchouli.

Joy & Peace

With joy-comes peace. Peace is a state of grace-a spiritual restfulness that reaches to every cell in the body. In peace, we embrace the stillness inside-in our bodies, minds and spirits-and are one with the still vibration of the universe.

What Oils Could an Aromatherapist Recommend?

Essential oils can help to create a peaceful environment that encourages peace within. Neroli, frankincense, melissa, angelica, Roman Chamomile, juniper, rose, jasmine.

Positive Outlook, Positive Self-Image, Positive Self-Esteem

A positive outlook and self-image not only sees but focuses on the light, rather than the dark, the good rather than the bad in life. People with a positive outlook are optimistic which dispels negativity. If we can see ourselves as positive, happy, vibrant and radiant-other people will be more likely to see us in the same way.

What Oils Could an Aromatherpist Recommend?

Essential oils will subtly and gently support a positive outlook on life. They can help us find our better qualities thus strengthening our self-image and help us to build self-esteem. Vetiver, rose, geranium, sandalwood, ylang ylang, jasmine, bergamot, cedarwood, orange, melissa, cypress, mandarin, myrtle, lavender, neroli, juniper, pine, frankincense, nutmeg.

Want to know more about essential oils and how they can help us stay healthy? Consider becoming a certified clinical aromatherapist. The Institute of Spiritual Healing and Aromatherapy teaches classes throughout the United States on aromatherapy and energy healing.

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These oils include Frankincense, Myrrh, Cedarwood, Spikenard and Balsam Fir. While you are at our web site, check out our aromatherapy program and our program in Christian energy healing.

From Linda L. Smith, director of the Institute of Spiritual Ministry and Aromatherapy, Inc.

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