Aromatherapy

Are you looking for an easy way to heal emotionally and physically?

Aromatherapy is an excellent healing modality for balancing and treating a wide variety of ailments and issues. It’s even used to foster spiritual growth and the development of intuition.

Ideally, therapeutic-grade essential oils are used by a trained aromatherapy practitioner.

During your session you may simply relax and breathe in oils being diffused into the air by an appropriate diffuser, or it may include specific application to the body, utilizing specific techniques such as Raindrop Technique or Reflexology.

The Science behind aromatherapy-

Studies have shown that the sense of smell is the only sense that affects the emotional center of the brain. You may have noticed evidence of this in your own life; that certain smells trigger emotions or even specific memories. So, for emotional states such as grief, anxiety, depression and even long-standing, deep-seated issues such as P.T.S.D from childhood abuse and other traumatic events, aromatherapy may be an effective solution.

Physical issues such as digestive ailments, head-ache, joint pain, skin rashes, athletes’ foot and much more, have been treated with great success. It has been noted that the essential oils from plants, flowers and herbs used in aromatherapy often work better and faster than over-the counter and prescription medications.

Spiritually, aromatherapy can be used for spiritual growth, development of spiritual/intuitive gifts such as clairvoyance (clear seeing), clairaudience (clear hearing), clairsentience (clear sensing or knowing) and more. Aromatherapy has even been effective in removing spirits “entities” that some believe can invade or influence us.

How are essential oils made?

Various parts of plants such as leaves, flowers and roots are distilled, ideally at the correct temperature and for the correct time for each plant, extracting the medicinal, therapeutic compounds from the plant. These are packaged either straight (100% essential oil, undiluted) or blended with a base oil such as jojoba.

How can I find a trained practitioner near me?

You may search online or go to a health food store, spiritual center, “new age” bookshop/gift-shop and ask if they know someone or look for a bulletin board with business cards.

If you would like a session with me, please contact me at my home office number given on this site at top of any page. I would be happy to share with you all gifts and benefits that aromatherapy has to offer.

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