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Aromatherapy and Feng Shui
There is a powerful connection between aromatherapy and Feng Shui as both disciplines work on an energy level to create a positive shift in one’s well-being. For Feng Shui purposes, we use the way of diffusing essential oils into the air to achieve the desired quality of energy. This can be done in several ways:
1. You can use an aroma mist to easily spray essential oils into the air. An aroma mist is basically a blend of one or several pure essential oils in purified water.
2. A diffuser/nebulizer, electric or candle, is an easy and constant way to diffuse the pleasant aroma of essential oils into the air.
3. Aromatherapy candles are an easy and convenient way to add an aroma to the air, just be sure that the oils used in your candle are pure oils and not synthetic fragrances. You can also experiment with incense made with essential oils, even though this is the least preferred way to experience the healing power of oils because most incense on the market is made with artificial fragrances.Scents and aromatherapy are used in Feng Shui to encourage balance and harmony, and to trigger a specific emotional response. Scents can be released into the indoor environment in a variety of ways, including essential oils, candles, incense, room sprays, and aromatherapy machines. According to Freud, the quickest way to trigger an emotional response is with scent; using fragrance and scents in Feng Shui is one simple way you can help awaken and direct these emotions.
The Benefits of Aromatherapy
In Feng Shui, aromas and scents also have a powerful effect on the flow of chi, or energy, in your home or office. Positive scents not only raise the chi, but also can relate directly to specific emotions. For example, the scent of lavender can relax you, the scent of jasmine can put you in a romantic mood, the scent of juniper will cleanse you, the scent of clary sage will make you feel secure, and the scent of grapefruit stimulates your memory.