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Healing Lower Emotions – Dreams

Healing Lower Emotions – Dreams

Dreams – Simplified Approach:

Sustained Inhalation with one of the oils below – 3 to 15 breathing cycles

Single Oils: Mugwort, Artemisia, Clary Sage, Saffron, Osmanthus

Then: Blend: Unconscious  – Sustained Inhalation – 3 to 15 breathing cycles

Then: Blend: Intuition – Sustained Inhalation – 3 to 15 breathing cycles

Then: Blend: Paracelsus Sustained Inhalation – 3 to 15 breathing cycles

Then: Blend: Dream Body Sustained Inhalation – 3 to 15 breathing cycles

Dreams – Advanced Approach:

Blend: Unconscious Sustained Inhalation – 3 to 15 breathing cycles 

  • Forehead
  • Basic
  • Hips
  • Knees
  • Ankles
  • Soles
  • Armpits
  • Elbows
  • Wrists
  • Palms
  • Front Heart 
  • Back Heart

Blend: Intuition Sustained Inhalation – 3 to 15 breathing cycles 

  • Throat
  • Throat Minor
  • Back Throat
  • Jaw Minor
  • Temple
  • Back Head
  • Forehead

From the Plant Prana Newsletter April 25, 2022.

Healing Lower Emotions – Anxiety

Healing Lower Emotions – Anxiety

Anxiety Simplified Approach

AnxietySustained Inhalation with one of the oils below – 3 to 15 breathing cycles

Single Oils: Orange, Neroli, Spikenard, Valerian, Larch, Jasmine 

Anxiety Advanced Approach 

Single Oil: Mugwort Apply to the joints of arms and legs

Then: Blend: Bronchioles Sustained Inhalation – 3 to 15 breathing cycles

Then: Blend: Quietude Sustained Inhalation – 3 to 15 breathing cycles

Then: Blend: Gilead Apply to Navel, Meng Mein, Spleen, Sex, Basic

Then: Blend: Chakral Root Cleanser Apply to Crown, Forehead, Ajna, Throat, Heart, Solar 

A Multifaceted Approach to Anxiety

For a thorough, multifaceted approach to Anxiety, consider taking the class A Multifaceted Approach to Anxiety.

From the Plant Prana Newsletter April 25, 2022.

The Benefits of Lovage Root and Lovage Leaf

Lovage Root and Lovage Leaf

CIRCULATION: Accusation of fluids, fluid congestion, degenerative joint issues, deposits in the joints and tissue, gout, edema, poor circulation, rheumatism, water retention

DIGESTIVE: indigestion, flatulence, spasms

GENITO-URINARY: irregular cycle, excessive flow, very lite flow,

PSYCHOLOGICAL: integration into the heart, releases physiological emotions

ENERGETIC: cleansing, breaking down of calcified energy

  • may be helpful with fevers
  • may help improve the eyesight when used regularly

The Benefits of Prosperity

Prosperity

Originally published in the Plant Prana Newsletter November 1, 2021

The Prosperity blend helps to set the energetic pattern of prosperity by releasing negative emotions / thoughts from the unconscious. This helps to reduce being triggered and reacting to external stimuli allowing you to be more relaxed and cognitive in distressing times.

For best results inhale, apply to the wrists, or the ajna and heart.

New Products – July, 2022

The Benefits of Rue

Rue

Originally published in the Plant Prana Newsletter March 29, 2021

CIRCULATORY: high blood pressure

GENITO_URINARY: tonic for the womb

IMMUNE: regulates immune response, infectious diseases

DIGESTIVE: weakness of bowels and stomach, colic, flatulence 

NERVOUS: hysteria, strengthens the nerves, stress, may reduce fight or flight response, helps to soothe instinctive responses and triggers

PSYCHOLOGICAL: stress, PTSD, chaotic thinking

ENERGETIC: cutting energetic cords, protection, purifying the physical form to handle greater amounts of spiritual energy, purifies the basic and sex chakras

SPIRITUAL: sustained awareness, facilitates meditation and ceremony

  • in ancient times rue was seen as an antidote to poison, this could be the poison of an unregulated basic chakra which was referred to as wickedness or poison
  • Used in Pagan traditions for protection and magic spells
  • In the past the Catholic Church used rue mixed with holy water and sprinkled on the congregation 
  • Hasidic Jews were taught to use rue in an amulet as a protection from plagues
  • One of the ingredients in the original “ four thieves” formula from the great plagues of Toulouse France in 1628-1631

Symptom + Treatment

Here are some common issues with the best Essential Oil treatment for them!

Dry Eyes:

Single Oils: Schizandra
Take 2 drops in water daily

Dry Mouth, thirst: 

Single Oils: Schizandra
Take 2 drops in water daily

Environmental Fungal Issues:

Single oils: BenihiMonarda

Use the Inhalation / Diffuser method of use throughout the day

Blends: Fungal Supprt

Use the Inhalation / Diffuser method of use

Menstrual Cycle, Emotions:

Single Oils: Marjoram

Apply several drops to the lower abdomen, neat or as an ointment daily

Single Oils: Tarragon

Choose one of the following:

Premenstrual Syndrome / Menopause:

Single Oils: Vitex

Applied to temples or wrists, 1 – 2 drops daily

From the Plant Prana Newsletter August 23, 2021.

The Benefits of Trigger Point Blend

Trigger Point Blend

Originally published in the Plant Prana Newsletter November 1, 2021

The Trigger Point Blend helps to reduce trigger point activity, diminish the effects of psychic attack, improves sleep and the repair mode that happens while you sleep, and relaxes body tension. Repeated use activates abstract thinking

The Benefits of Mucus

Mucus

Originally published in the Plant Prana Newsletter November 1, 2021

The Mucus blend is a combination of essential oils that help break up and reduce mucus in the respiratory tract. Great for cold and flu season.

For best results inhale, apply to chest, or apply to the nostrils.

The Different Types of Pain and the Pain Mechanisms

As some of you know, Greg’s has over 100,000 clinical hours. His work on pain was a big part of these hours. Below is just a snippet of the books of notes he has on the subject. So, for us it’s a lot of good info and there’s always more. 

Pain

Pain is the number one reason people seek medical attention in developed countries. 

Pain can be the primary symptom, or a secondary symptom associated with a medical condition. Pain directly impacts “Quality of Life “. There are several types of pain which are defined for more effective treatment. Psychological pain can have manifestations as physical and should be addressed in any multi-faceted strategy for healing. The extreme form of this would be referred to as a psychosomatic condition.

Duration

Pain that lasts for less than 30 days is referred as acute pain. Example: a sprained ankle or strained back. Pain that lasts for more than 30 days is referred to as chronic pain. There are several different theories concerning this matter, but the standard used here will be 30 days for the term “chronic”.

Intensity

Pain is usually transient and can fluctuate depending on several factors. The presence of sharp, shooting pain usually refers to nerve pain while dull, achy pain is associated with soft tissue.

Types of Pain

To understand the types of pain, and find Essential Oils that help with those specific types of pain, please refer to these posts with more details about the types of pain

Acute Pain / Injury: Pain caused by an injury, strain, sprain, or spasms. 

Nociceptive Pain: Characterized by dull achy pain which is caused by muscular strain and lymphatic congestion.

Neuropathic Pain: Commonly described as “pins and needles,” tingling, electrical, stabbing, burning sensations due to due to the nerve being compromised either by disease, injury, or other damage.

Degenerative Pain: Pain caused by arthritic conditions, compromised joints, bone on bone, thinning cartilage, spurring, rheumatoid arthritis, and pre-arthritic conditions.

Psychogenic Pain: Pain that is aggravated by prolonged psychological factors such as stress, agitation, anxiety, anger, etc.

Inflammatory Pain / Pathological Pain: This type of pain is due to chronic inflammation which is inflammation that has been present for longer than 30 days or due to acute injury.

Breakthrough Pain: An acute, transitory pain that arises in a person who is already managing some form of pain.

Incident Pain: This type of pain is caused by movement and activity of a body part that is already compromised.

Phantom Pain: Pain in part of the body that is no longer present.

Originally published in the Plant Prana Newsletter May 23, 2022