Essential Oils and Manifestation

Essential Oils and Manifestation

Tatiana Cheremnykh

As an immigrant woman, when I think of the word “manifestation,” I am thinking about the direct meaning. Manifestation is the action or fact of showing something.

I guess you may also think about some demonstration as synonymous or revolution when people came to streets with their manifests.

Nowadays, this word has a different meaning, and other pictures may come to our minds. Essentially, manifestation brings something tangible into your life through attraction and belief, i.e. if you think of it, and it will come.

Spiritual Manifestation is the theory that through regular meditation and positive, constructive thought, you can make your dreams and desires come true. Spiritual manifestation revolves around the New Age concept of the Law of Attraction. This idea has recently been popularized in American media by such things as the book “The Secret” and the sitcom “My Name Is Earl”.

Did you know that there are so many essential oils for manifestation?

Yes, that is right. Aside from using it for your health, you can use it in manifesting your desire! Sounds unbelievable, right? Let’s see…

I believe that in order to start manifesting, we have to be clear about our goals.

There are following oils may help:

Peppermint, Lemon, Spearmint, Lemongrass, Basil, Eucalyptus, Frankincense

You may consider to do personal inhalation or simply use the diffuser with the following blends:

Recipe 1

Lemon – 3 drops
Sweet Orange – 2 drops
Peppermint – 1 drops

Recipe 2

Sweet Orange – 5 drops
Elemi – 3 drops
Buddha wood – 3 drops
Frankincense – 1 drop

The next step is to be mindful of (and thankful for) what you receive.

There are the following oils associated with that:

Lemon, Bergamot, Wild orange, Jasmine,

Ginger root, Apoponax, Frankincense, Cinnamon, Ylang-ylang, Black pepper, Rosemary, Eucalyptus, Pine, Juniper berry

You may consider to use a nebulizer or a diffuser with the following blends:

Recipe 1

Opoponax – 3 drops
Sweet or Wild orange – 3 drops
Frankincense – 2 drops
Lime – 2 drops
Yuzu – 2 drops

Recipe 2

Sweet orange – 2 drop
Lemon – 2 drops
Lime – 2 drops
Bergamot – 3 drops
Eucalyptus – 2 drops

Make sure to check (and change) your energy level.

There are the following oils associated with that:

Sweet orange, Lemon, Bergamot, Rosemary, Thyme, Basil, Peppermint, Juniper berry, Pine, Cinnamon, Eucalyptus, Grapefruit, Helichrysum

You may consider to use a nebulizer, diffuser or your favourite aroma jewelry with the following blends:

Recipe 1

Sweet orange – 4 drops
Mandarin – 3 drops
Helichrysum – 2 drops

Recipe 2

Lemon – 4 drops
Mandarin – 3 drops
Bergamot – 3 drops
Jasmine – 1 drop

References:

 

1. Leslie Moldenauer. Emotional Healing with Essential oils. Rockridge Press, Emeryville, California. 2019

2. Valerie Ann Worwood. The Fragrant Mind. Aromatherapy for Personality, Mind, Mood, and Emotion. New World Library, Novato, California. 1996.

3. Eric Zielinski. The Healing Power of Essential Oils. Harmony Books, New York. 2018.

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