by Sumedha Rewar
Aromatherapy is an ancient and natural healing art which makes use of the essential oils for giving a positive impact on a person’s mind, health and mood. Feng shui is a Chinese art for getting prosperity and harmony with some objects and colors. Aromatherapy can be combined with feng shui practice to achieve better goals.
Eliminate Negative Chi with Aromatherapy
The primary step towards feng shui aromatherapy is to find out the sources of negativity and remove them. Strong and foul smells are negative and cause health issues like headaches, nausea, cough, breathing, asthma and other disturbing symptoms. You can find out these unpleasant sources in your home and do your best to dispose of them. The cause should be recognized and proper measures must be taken to remove that cause. The distraction from work can be caused by any negative signals.
Get rid of these negative things on an immediate basis. If any particular smell irritates you, don’t hesitate to tell it to the concerned person. A harmony in the family can be created only if you don’t let the negativity enter in.
Positive Chi with Aromatherapy
Some scents increase the productivity and appeal the mind and body. For example, peppermint can stimulate the mind, rosemary makes the females confident, lemon is refreshing, and Laurel provokes inspiration and so on. Unless you have any hard memory associated with these scents, they will always leave a positive effect on the body. You only have to make out the aroma appealing you the most.
The easiest way to diffuse a scent is through burning the candles. The best candles are made up of lead-free wicks and hydrogenated soy oil. Soy contains lesser soot than petroleum-based candles. Diffusers, essential oils, and soy wax tarts are the best oils as they don’t release soot into the air. Fragrance oils are generally pleasant and essential oils give a therapeutic addition to the usage.
Essential oils are versatile. You can use them in bath water, cooking, candles, room spray or massage application oils. Make sure that the oil is pure and kept safely to avoid the loss of its potency. The prices vary for different oils and you must get them from a good source to get the best effects.
Some Essential Oils for creating a positive chi are Basil, Eucalyptus, Cedar, Chamomile, Grapefruit, Ginger, Hyacinth, Cinnamon, Hyssop, Mint, Peppermint, Orange, Lemon, Lavender, Rosemary, Sage, Rose, Pear, Nutmeg, Jasmine, Sandalwood, Vanilla, Ylang Ylang and Tea Tree.
Sumedha Rewaris an expert in aroma-therapy and has experience in sharing valuable information for Reiki and Yoga articles as well. She is eager to know about the newest trends in the market and researching about them in the best way. Her experiments in essential oils with the scientific study have motivated her towards sharing the valuable information for the same.