By Lori Lines
Young Living Essential Oils is about health and how essential oils like Basil, Geranium, Eucalyptus and other Aromatherapy Oils sooth, clear, rejuvenate, stimulate, and even strengthen mental focus and concentration. How essential oils affect deeply has been proven time and again and these days, more and more people resort to oils instead of drugs, knowing that oils go beyond merely relieving a person of the symptoms of disease. They go deep into chakra levels to balance energies that overburden or under-utilize the physical body.
You can use essential oils that rejuvenate and give the body a boost of energy after a long day’s exposure to the pain of fatigue. Of course, prevention is still the best cure, and there are oils for that, but for the average human, one cannot avoid exposure due to the need to earn a living or when we take on stress in any way.
Essential oils hydrate, oxygenate and detoxify by boosting circulation and minimizing obstructions. They are not invasive but will penetrate the skin, rather quickly, and enter the bloodstream without hampering the natural functioning of the other organs of the human body. They only require delicate application, sometimes by mere smelling, and will still be powerful and effective especially when it comes to dealing with stress-related physical ailments. They can calm the heart while boosting circulation. They can improve and enhance digestion and liver functioning and one very interesting benefit is how oils affect the chakra and energy balance in the body.
Oils have a direct connection to yoga and yoga techniques in that they help achieve what yoga wants to accomplish, via the asana and meditative practices, for energy balance in the body. Yoga and essential oils, together, will give the practitioner a myriad of physical, spiritual and mental benefits that shame the way drugs work. Oils are natural and there are increasing indications of appreciation in the use of what is natural in the body. Oils have been used for thousands of years in Yoga practicing countries, as well as in many parts of the world, for health and to bring balance in the chakra system. When mixed with coconut or olive oil, to rub the feet or the physical locations of the chakra, they’ve been known to promote mental peace and interior balance and therefore heightened spirituality. When used for meditation, these oils enhance tranquility and the practitioner of yoga is able to achieve concentration quickly and with ease.
Here are some oils that affect the mind and body.
Merely smelling these oils, using a cotton ball or tissue or directly from the container will provide great benefits. Some people use these oils as perfumes and apply wherever they wish.
At Young Living we believe in the holistic approach to health. Oils are safe, effective, and natural when applied according to directions.
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In my opinion through extensive research and intuitive experience, these oils are of the highest vibrational frequency available on the planet.
*Always consult a qualified medical professional before using any natural product and seek the advice of your physician with any questions you may have regarding any medical condition. The information contained in this article as well as all Essential Oils articles in this blog is for educational and informational purposes only, and it is not meant to replace medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment in any manner. Never delay or disregard professional medical advice, Use the information solely at your own risk; the author accepts no responsibility for the use thereof. The information and materials are not meant to diagnose, prescribe, or treat any disease, condition, illness or injury.
Author Lori Lines
This blog represents messages through and from Lori Lines.