Nic Wagstaff from Inspire and Rewire explains all:
What is it all about?
Just as colour is a wavelength, so are all aromas. Anything that you smell has a vibration, including essential oils. When you inhale an essential oil, the odour molecules vibrate through the nose at a certain wavelength and affect the brain through a variety of receptor sites, one of which is the limbic system, or the “emotional brain”.
We have simplified the use of aromatherapy and chromotherapy by formulating 14 ready-to-use combinations of essential oils. Each synergy representing a unique colour and a promise of emotional well-being.
These include the following:
- Chromotherapy – Each colour represents an energetic benefit and has a corresponding emotion attached, it has a method of harmonizing certain physical and emotional disorders through the use of colour. Each colour has a universal or personal symbolism, always sensory and has a direct influence on the mind and body.
- Aromatherapy – Each product uses carefully selected essential oils for its physical and aromatic benefits, this can be used as an essential oil for therapeutic purposed. They can be used in gentle ingestion, in diffusion, in massage and in olfactotherapy.
- Olfactotherapy – Each colour synergy uses the sense of smell as a gateway to our sensory system, this is a treatment method that uses the odours and vibrations of essential oils by using natural and active fragrances.
You may have seen me sharing about the secret oils that I have been using for the last 13 years or so that I discovered when I was working in Dubai.
I am going to be bringing all the colours and all the testers with me to the Beehive Healthcare where I’ll be talking to you about the background, the ethical process and the different energies within the colours. We are going to be doing some intuition meditation and mindfulness with the oils for you to have a go at selecting and trying. I’ll be bringing with me some of the products as well in case you choose to buy one.
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