Many of the issues in our body are rooted in unprocessed emotion. Learn 5 steps to processing the emotion(s) causing you dis-ease.
"Essential oils assist individuals in taking an honest look within. They foster the right environment for healing but they will not do the work for us. In gardening, it is a common experience to pull the weeds while leaving the roots. This is particularly true for hard and rocky soils. To ensure we uproot the whole plant, we can add water to the soil, which allows the entire weed to be removed. Similarly, essential oils prepare our emotional soil so that weeds may be removed with greater ease. However, they do not do the weeding for us. If one neglects to do the work of pulling the weeds, they have simply watered the problem. On the other hand, those who combine essential oils with the emotional work, reap the fruit of their labor". --Emotions and Essential Oils
FOLLOW THIS PROTOCOL FOR 2 WEEKS:
ON THE LAST DAY: On the last day, write down any insights, improvements and "ah ha" moments (emotionally, mentally, physically or spiritually). This you can keep and reread as needed.
A COUPLE MORE THINGS:
+Be sure you are using only 100% Therapeutic Grade, pure essential oils. (Say not to cheap drugstore brands!)
+If you do not know the emotional elements of the oils, you can Google the information or you can find it in our favorite book, "Emotions and Essential OIls" found at www.enlightenhealing.com/deo
+This is an emotional detox but it may feel much like a physical detox in your body. It is not uncommon to feel a little worse (more tired, cranky, sad, etc) before you feel better. In fact, you may even experience an intense cathartic response.
Keep up the good work of well-being!
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