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Water has extraordinary balancing and healing properties during times of hypersensitivity. When consumed with consciousness, it provides inner alignment. You can balance the surrounding energy by putting a drop of water on your third eye area. When you apply water that you have energized, it leads to even more powerful results. You can energize water by praying over it or putting a word on the bottle with the intention of infusing the frequency of the words into the bottle. Words such as healing, calmness, and peace work well. Taking a hot shower works well for aura cleansing and for the restoration of energetic balance. Take a shower and imagine the water washing away negative feelings, impressions, and thoughts from others and envision all of the negative energy being sucked down the drain.
This technique can pull calming energy into the body. Focus on your breath at the same time as looking at something beautiful like a rose, the sun or the sky. You can even focus on the palm of your hands as if this is the first time you have seen them. You can redirect the attention you are paying to your feelings by focusing on something visual.
Essential oils have a calming effect and can greatly improve the anxiety associated with spiritual hypersensitivity. The American College of Healthcare Sciences conducted a study in 2014, in which 58 hospice patients were given a daily hand massage for one week using a blend of essential oils. The oil blend was made up of lavender, frankincense, and bergamot. All patients reported less depression and pain as a result of the essential oil massages. The study concluded that essential oil blend aromatherapy massages were more effective for depression and pain management than massage alone.
The following are some of the best oils for treating anxiety:
Lavender oil has a relaxing and calming effect; it restores the nervous system, provides inner peace, better sleep, causes a reduction in restlessness, panic attacks, irritability, and general nervous tension.
Rose alleviates depression, anxiety, grieving, shock, and panic attacks.
Vetiver oil contains reassuring, grounding, and tranquil energy. It is often used for patients experiencing trauma and helps with stabilization and self-awareness. It also has a calming effect. Vetiver oil is a nervous system tonic; it reduces hypersensitivity, jitteriness, shock, and panic attacks.
Ylang ylang has a calming and uplifting effect; it improves depression and anxiety due to its ability to induce optimism, cheerfulness, and courage. Ylang-ylang also soothes fear, nervous palpitations, and heart agitation. It is also a sedative that helps with insomnia.
Bergamot is one of the ingredients in Earl Grey tea and has a distinctive floral aroma and taste. Bergamot oil provides soothing energy that reduces depression, agitation, induces relaxation, and helps with insomnia.
Chamomile oil is known for its calming effect and its ability to produce inner peace, reduce worry, anxiety, over-thinking, and irritability.
Frankincense oil is great for treating anxiety and depression due to its tranquil energy and calming effects. It also helps you focus, quiet the mind and deepen meditation.
HOW TO USE ESSENTIAL OILS FOR HYPERSENSITIVITY
Essential oils are either ingested, applied topically, or used in aromatherapy. Here are some suggestions for their usage:
Aromatherapy is a very popular remedy for anxiety because of the human ability to process information through smell; it can trigger a very powerful emotional response. There is a region in the brain called the limbic system that controls memory recall and emotional processing. Inhaling the scent of essential oils stimulates a mental response in the brain’s limbic system, which regulates stress and calming responses such as the production of hormones, blood pressure, and breathing patterns. You can use the oils in the bath, a hot water vapor, direct inhalation, a humidifier or vaporizer, cologne, perfume, a vent, or aromatherapy diffusers.
You can consume the majority of essential oils orally. However, it is essential that the oils you use are safe and pure. The majority of commercialized oils have been blended with synthetics or diluted with other substances making them unsafe for ingesting. The most effective method for consuming essential oils is to combine a drop of oil with a teaspoon of honey or drop the oil into a glass of water. You can also add a couple of drops to the food you are cooking. You can place a couple of drops under your tongue. This is particularly beneficial because the blood capillaries are located under the tongue near the surface of the tissue, which allows the oil to quickly absorb into the bloodstream and travel to the area of the body where it is required. You can also take essential oils in capsule form.
Topical application is the process of placing essential oils on the skin, nails, teeth, hair, or mucous membranes of the body. The oils are quickly absorbed by the skin. Due to the strength of the oils, it is essential that you dilute or blend them with a carrier oil such as coconut, avocado, jojoba, or sweet almond oil. You can apply the blended mixture directly to the affected area, around the rims of the ears, the soles of the feet, in the bath, through a warm compress, or through a massage.
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