Posted by Pam Stanfield on Jan 18th 2020
Aroma is defined as scent, so adding therapy to aroma equals "aromatherapy." When I smell certain essential oils, I instantly feel better. Creating and smelling beautiful, inspiring scents is therapy for me. I always feel better while creating my essential oil blends.
My latest blend is "Relief on the Spot." The pump bottle is small enough to carry in your purse or pocket. Let's say you're driving and some moron jeopardizes your life by driving irrationally. Just pull over, pump a few drops of "Relief on the Spot" inside the palms of your hands, inhale something positive and exhale the negativity of person who just nearly killed you. That's your relief on the spot. It can work if you believe. Scent is powerful.
Essential oil diffusers are popular now. Simply put a few drops of say eucalyptus essential oil in the diffuser. It can not only open up your nasal passages for easier breathing but can also help you stay more focused.
Sometimes a scent can bring up negative emotions if it's associated with a traumatic past experience. Pull out the "Relief on the Spot," inhale something positive, exhale the traumatic experience as best you can.
When you're out walking around on a pretty spring or summer day, take time out to smell the flowers and thank them for their beauty and scent.
Have a rose filled day!
It was in the mid 90's, I was strolling down Sunset Boulevard in Los Angeles, CA. I felt a sense of freedom to just be me. I noticed a gypsy sitting by a small table in front of a small boutique. She was dressed in colorful silk from head to toe and was gently moving [...]