How to use the Emotions Library
The Emotions Library is a highly customised & specialised search tool and to search in it is simple:
- Enter an emotion you are feeling (negative emotion) or want to feel (positive emotion). For example, if you are feeling agitated type in the Search bar: Agitated
- The tool will automatically pull up any essential oil(s) or blend(s) normally associated with this emotion
Clicking on the desired image will give you more details on how to use the oil or blend for that specific targeted emotional state
This tool is dynamic and I’ve taken the time to index over 400 search terms for you to help you nail down the exact emotions you’re experiencing. The tool also uses predictive search so if you begin typing a term, the tool will predict what you are trying to search.
If the tool doesn’t find your term, you can Contact Me to suggest I add it in the database.
Think of this tool like an atlas or encyclopedia of all the emotions an individual can possibly feel or experience.
A quick word on how the oils should be applied:
We know that our sense of smell is the best way to reach the emotional center of the brain, so inhalation is the best way to apply these. You can diffuse these oils in a room, wear them as a perfume or simply inhale them from the bottle regularly throughout the day. You may even wish to make up a blend so as to combine several oils that will “pack a punch” so to speak. You can combine these oils with a special massage technique aimed at helping your body reach homeostasis and balance if you are tense or finding it hard to relax. There is also the possibility of using these oils with some type of acupressure or reflex technique, in which case you will apply the oils topically to a certain part of the body.
Remember, emotions are energy in motion, so you just need to shift the emotion or transfer it elsewhere in your body. It won’t leave your body, it just transforms into a higher vibrating frequency or in laymen’s terms: it is transformed into positive energy and shifted elsewhere in your body. Makes sense?