I’ve heard and seen things about Aromatherapy. I never paid much attention to it and felt it was creating nice odors that people wanted in their house or felt it relaxed them.
Then I found out that in 1937, a french perfumer gave that name to essential oils which is actually traditional plant medicine.
Now that was something I’d be interested in finding out about. It is now called essential oils and is becoming popular again. Plant medicine has been around for thousands of years and was the only medicine until the 1880s when the drug companies were formed to make pharmaceuticals.
So what can plant medicine do? A lot of things, and its safe and works well.
Why do the essences of the plant create change? And what can it do?
Read: Essential Oils – Plant Medicine for Wellness
Get rid of stress and help your adrenals.
There are so many things in your environment that triggers stress such as TV.
If you watch the news over a period of time your mind starts to fixated on fear. The worst thing you can do is watch the news before bed.
You have to personally select what is in your environment and in your space and not allow everything to come through so that you won’t get all these triggers.
There are tons of things that are affecting your adrenals and you may not be aware of it.
The stress is in the past with memories and past pictures that have pain. We want to put your more into the future – more in imagination or day dream of how beautiful your future will be for you.
I’m not talking about fear of the future because that is still rooted to your past. Being in the future is a complete blank slate, you’re not there yet. It is a very healthy place to be.
Being in the present is therapeutic. Me and my wife play with legos or color instead of watching TV because it forces us to be in the present through activity.
Anything you can do to create rather it is:
These things are very healthy and will help you stay present. In the present, there is no scary anything.
Start changing your environment the way you want it to help your adrenals.
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