Spiritual Awakening Rituals and Essential Oils…

Essential oils, just like aromatic herbs and other ingredients, have been part of spiritual awakening practices all throughout history.

Many religions and cultures use various essential oils in their rituals, ceremonies or healing modalities. Diffusing them aromatically or using them on different applications can bring out mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual benefits.

Essential oils can help an individual come to terms with oneself and the Universal Mind.

Cedarwood is used for spiritual grounding and purification. It’s also one of the essential oils used for spiritual awakening. It cleanses your space, heals the present, and purifies the spirit.

Cedarwood removes blockages from your energetic body and aura. It purifies you emotionally by detoxifying negative energies, thoughts, worries, anxieties and fears. You’ll feel a refreshing cleanse inside and out as you meditate using this essential oil. With grounding and purification, you’ll be ready to discover your Higher Self.

Use Cedarwood oil in your prayer and meditation rituals to bring calmness and peace.

Blending with Other Essential Oils: Cedarwood blends well with Bergamot, Clary Sage, Cypress, Frankincense, Jasmine, Juniper, Lavender, Neroli, Orange, Petitgrain, Rose, Rosemary, Sandalwood, Vetiver and Ylang Ylang.

Rosemary is a highly revered essential oil for enlightenment. It has been mentioned in European history for its purification and healing powers. This essential oil has a stimulating, invigorating and refreshing aroma that will uplift you. Its aromatic profile is fresh, sweet, herbaceous and slightly medicinal.

Rosemary is used for cleansing, consecration and peacefulness in sacred rituals. It releases psychic and spiritual blocks during purification ceremonies. It also provides good luck, protection, and psychic development.

For health purposes, Rosemary supports cognitive functions and brain health. Rosemary oil also supports circulation and relieves exhaustion.

Blending with Other Essential Oils: Rosemary blends well with Basil, Frankincense, Sage, Thyme, Citronella, Chamomile, Lemongrass, Lavender, Peppermint and Eucalyptus.

Ylang Ylang is the perfect essential oil whenever you need to express gratitude to Mother Earth and the Universe as a whole. The essential oil comes from the flowers of the Ylang-Ylang tree, which is known as the “Perfume Tree.” Its scent is intoxicating and exquisite, making it a highly precious oil sought-after by many perfumists and essential oil enthusiasts. Its aromatic profile is fresh, floral, sweet, slightly fruity, fragrant yet delicate.

The emotional benefits of Ylang Ylang oil include relieving stress, worries, anxieties, frigidity, hypertension, palpitations and depression. It is also used to help balance the sacral and solar plexus chakras.

Peppermint is another essential oil used for cleansing and purification. It has an intense scent that can also be highly pleasant to the senses. It is also one of the most concentrated essential oils out there. Diluting it with an air purifier or oil diffuser would give out a fresh, minty and uplifting scent. Peppermint oil stimulates the senses, enhances alertness, and improves stamina. Diffusing or spraying it over your meditation space will clear out impurities and negative vibrations.

Blending with Other Essential Oils: Peppermint blends well with Cypress, Eucalyptus, Geranium, Grapefruit, Juniper Berry, Lavender, Lemon, Marjoram, Oregano, Rosemary and Tea Tree.

Lavender oil is commonly known for its calming, soothing and relaxing properties. In practices for spiritual awakening, it facilitates deeper states of meditation. Highly spiritual individuals use it to cleanse and soothe the soul and prepare it for spiritual work. It also balances and stabilises the physical, etheric and astral bodies. Use Lavender essential oil to bring your higher and lower chakras into harmony with each other so that the Divine can freely flow within your being.

Blending with Other Essential Oils: Lavender blends well with Bergamot, Black Pepper, Cedarwood, Chamomile, Clary Sage, Clove, Cypress, Eucalyptus, Geranium, Grapefruit, Juniper, Lemon, Lemongrass, Mandarin, Marjoram, Patchouli, Peppermint, Rose, Rosemary, Tea Tree, Thyme and Vetiver.

Patchouli is known for its earthy aroma and spiritually grounding properties. It has many versatile uses in skincare treatments, emotional balancing, sensual romantic blends, meditation, and spiritual awakening. It’s also an aromatic base that acts as a fixative in perfumery applications. You’ll find its aroma to be rich, earthy and woody with hidden fruity notes.

Patchouli has emotional benefits such as calming and grounding. This essential oil is also used in blends for prayer and meditation. Its commonly diffused to relieve stress and fatigue.

Did you know that unlike other essential oils that diminish and oxidize over time, Patchouli oil actually improves with age, just like wine? It’s a great investment to have Patchouli oil in your home collection.

Blending with Other Essential Oils: Patchouli blends well with Cinnamon, Clary Sage, Cypress, Geranium, Lavender, Lemon, Myrrh and Sandalwood.

 

This is a 3-day Spiritual Ritual you can do at home or while on a retreat. It involves grounding, cleansing and purifying, gratitude and enlightenment. You can also do it within a day, as long as you allot one hour between each step.

Day 1 Grounding: Diffuse 2 – 3 drops of Patchouli Essential Oil and say a prayer for grounding oneself.

Day 2 Cleansing and Purifying: Add 1 drop of Lavender essential oil, 1 drop of Cedarwood essential oil, and 2 drops Peppermint oil to an oil burner. Diffuse this blend and ask God, your angels, spirit guides, higher self and Divine Light beings to cut the cords that have been tying you down to negativity or lower energies. Feel yourself being released from all negativity, karma, and lower frequencies.

Day 2 Gratitude: Mix 1 drop of Ylang-Ylang oil with a carrier oil and rub it with your palms. Inhale the scent by cupping your nose with your hands. Hold your hands together and say a prayer of gratitude for everything that the Universe has blessed you with.

Day 3 Enlightenment: Mix a few drops of Rosemary essential oil with sea salt and filtered water in a spray bottle. Spritz your space with this enriching aroma to pave the way for new beginnings and a strengthened being. Spray this blend to any part of the house that you need to boost with enriching energy.

 

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Author: holistichealthandwellbeinggroup

Welcome to Julie Deuchars blog on health and wellness. Whether you’re a seasoned dōTERRA expert or want to learn more about essential oils and their uses in promoting a healthy lifestyle, then you have reached the right place to do so. Julie Deuchars is a registered nurse and has worked in both the NHS and private sector. With 33 years of nursing experience under her belt. She wanted to use alternative remedies for her own health by incorporating the use of essential oils into her wellness routine. After using the oils herself, she soon realised the power of these oils and joined the company as Wellness Advocate. She felt passionate about empowering others. The aim of Julie’s blog is to educate you in the safe and effective use of essential oils. Empowering you to build your own income from the oils. She will help to get you addicted, as much she is herself. If you’re interested in being part of her team, either as a wholesale customer or Wellness Advocate. Julie will support and mentor you whilst on your journey to freedom. Please contact her via the blog or at her dōTERRA website http://mydoterra.com holistichealthandwellbeinggroup, alternatively Email julie@holistichealthandwellbeinggroup.com

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