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Using Essential Oils For Grounding

We use a wide range of essential oils for grounding including clary sage, geranium, jasmine, rose, sandalwood and ylang-ylang. There are many more including cypress, myrrh, lemon, rosemary, orange, peach, raspberry, rose, strawberry and ylang-ylang. While all these oils are very effective when used as aromatherapy, the combinations vary, depending on what is to be grounded.

Grounding is necessary for many reasons. One, it allows your energy to flow freely and clear from any blockages or disruptions. Two, grounding brings about balance and harmony in your life. When you have a balanced energetic field you are in a better position to experience and enjoy the present moment. The present moment encompasses all things, both near and far away. It also includes your thoughts and feelings which are always in flux.

In the spiritual sense, grounded means having a sense of yourself that is at peace with yourself and others. It's free of ego attachments and therefore more connected to the people and things that matter to you. grounded in essential oils for grounding has clean, balanced energy. If you are highly emotional, you will find yourself emotionally grounded too. If you are not emotionally grounded, you may try massaging essential oils such as sandalwood for deep relaxation and ylang for soothing or invigorating.

There are several ways to get yourself physically ungrounded from an emotional or spiritually grounded state. The easiest is to get a lozenge or eucalyptus oil and inhale it slowly while doing some meditative breathing exercises. You can then ground yourself with aromatherapy by massaging pure essential oils for grounding or making a carrier oil.

One of the most popular ways is to use a combination of essential oils. A blend such as frankincense, cypress, juniper, lavender, tea tree, thyme, and lemon gives a warm, earthy scent that is great for grounding. Another good combination is using buddha wood essential oil with rosemary, mint, clove, cinnamon, ginger, and peppermint for an invigorating scent that also helps to lift and calm the spirit.

Essential oils for grounding are available from many health food stores and also from online retailers who offer a wide selection. Look for scents with chamomile, geranium, hyssop, lavender, mint, orange blossom, jasmine, lemongrass, larch, pine, raspberry, sandalwood, and rosemary. You should know that all of these oils can be found in teas, bath and body products, and aromatherapy waxes. Some of the products that contain them may also have essential oils suitable for grounding. However, some scents will be more appropriate for this purpose than others.

A good way to find out what's best for grounding is to take a couple of drops of each of the oils and place them on a cotton ball or a piece of silk and inhale the scent while focusing on each drop. You can do this several times, until you have a consistent, pleasant scent. Then you can put the pieces in your bath water with the essential oils, and sit in the water to relax for a few minutes.

Another good grounding recipe is to use a combination of three drops of sandalwood, two drops of cypress, and one drop of copaiba balsam. The scent of cypress is most concentrated, so this recipe will give a deep, sweet-smelling aroma. Add the dried pieces to your bath water, and soak in it for a few minutes. This helps to draw out the essential oil, and then allow it to settle before using.

There are several other recipes that you might try to help you in grounding your essential oils. One is to mix about six drops of rosemary with seven drops of grapefruit seed extract in a glass dropper bottle. Shake the bottle and let the mixture cool. Strain the grapefruit extract from the rosemary and add it to your bath water. Let this mixture cool and you have a wonderful essential oil grounding recipe.

For more intense grounding, you can try making a poultice with a mixture of coconut oil, elder flowers, and witch hazel. This mixture makes a wonderful wrap for your body, especially if you're going on a walking adventure. It helps to balance the emotional vibrations around you while you're walking barefoot in nature. If you haven't tried using these essential oils derived from plants in the past, it may well be the gift that keeps on giving!

In conclusion, when using essential oils for grounding, you get more than just a fragrant oil. You also get a way to balance your mental, physical, emotional, and spiritual state. Grounding brings you in a very unique place where all of us humans belong. Grounding allows us to be free and to enjoy life to its fullest!

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