Fragrant Heavens

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Contents


  • Aromatic Traditions
  • Energy
  • Essential Oils for Spiritual Connection
  • Fragrant Transition
  • Let There Be Light
  • Multidimensional Bodies
  • Prayers and Meditation
  • Perfumed Angel Wings
  • Purity and Protection
  • Spiritual Profiles
  • Vibrations

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Methods Of Use

Throughout this website various spiritual practices are described , with suggested methods of us. The following chart is intended as a general guide to the volume of essential oil appropriate for each method. See also Safety and Precautions.

Any objects used in the process of making spiritual connection - such as diffusers, bottles, bowls and candles - should be reserved for that purpose only and set apart from those used in physical healing or environmental fragrancing. The object should be aesthetically pleasing and treasured.

 Method  Amount Of Essential Oil  Process
 Anointing 1-2 drops in half teaspoon vegetable oil  Dilute the essential oil in an organic vegetable oil. Virgin, cold-pressed olive oil could be used although you may find the aroma of the olive oil overpowers the aroma of the essential oils. Almond is a good carrier oil to use for anointing.
 Baths

 1-6 drops

 

 

 

 

 run the bath, then add the essential oil and swish it around, The door should be shut to ensure the aroma remains in the room.

Essential oils can be used in their concentrated forms. For those with sensitive skins, the essential oil can be diluted in a vegetable oil - using 1 drop of essential to 1 drop of vegetable oil.

For salt baths, add two drops of essential oil to a teaspoon of essential oil  to a teaspoon of salt, mix well, then add to the bath water.

Some essential oils can cause skin irritation.

These include basil, cinnamon, clove, grapefruit, eucalyptus piperata, lemon, lime, peppermint, and thyme.

When used singly , the above should be used with caution.

When used in blends, they can sometimes be used in baths - depending on the particular formulation. 

 

Body Oils 10-20 drops in 30ml (1 fluid ounce) of vegetable oil

If using 1 essential oil , add it to the carrier oil already in the bottle.

If using a blend of essential oils, put them into the empty bottle first, roll the bottle between your hands, then add the carrier oil, and blend again by rolling the bottle between the hands.

For the uses in this web site, it is better to make up small amounts, use them, and remake the body oil as required.

Label the bottles with their ingredients and purpose, adding the date of preparation.

Diffusers

6-12 drops but more if you wish  

Diffusers used for spiritual practice should be devoted to this purpose, and not used in any other context.

Diffusers or 'burners' have two sections: one for the heat source and one for the water/essential oil.

The bowl portion in which the water and oil are put should be non-porous, and thoroughly cleaned between each occasion of use.

Put in enough water to allow for evaporation; use already heated water.

Put the essential oil on the water, with the heat source already in place. 

 Reference: The Fragrant Heavens: Valerie Ann Worwood

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