While meditating, it is important that you create the right atmosphere for calming anxiety. Here are the best essential oils you can use during your special aroma therapy meditation.
Perfumes have been used to influence mood and to charm for hundreds of years. They can be the perfect natural stress relief therapy, or can heighten your senses and make you more perceptive. Each one of the pure essential oils below has a different effect on your body and mind; here is how to make use of aroma therapy during meditation to obtain a wonderful, amazing experience!
Lavender is a pure, attractive scent that remembers me of summer and a fresh wind blowing through the leaves. It has been shown to have a deeply effect in people that suffer from anxiety. Use it in your aroma therapy meditation to calm down your heartbeat and feel a sense of security. Lavender pure essential oils are excellent as a mood booster!
Peppermint and Spearmint
Peppermint and Spearmint are very similar to each other, but the latter is much milder and is more recommended to use with children. Both of these pure essential oils have a stimulant action and a soothing effect on the nerves.
The scent of orange reaches me, and suddenly I am embraced by the image of falling leaves. I feel alive, and one with the earth. This particular perfume is believed to boost happiness and well being. Use it during meditation on a day where you are feeling a bit down.
Similar to citrus in scent, bergamot is well known for calming anxiety and decreasing the heartbeat. You can put a couple of drops on your wrists, and carry this amazing perfume through the whole day after using it during your morning meditation.
One of the best essential oils to boost energy in the morning: ginger is a spicy scent that is particularly useful when you are feeling down. It has an invigorating effect on your nerves, so make sure you are using just a small amount during your meditation as it might be overpowering.
I hope you found this list of best essential oils for natural stress relief useful. Do you have a favorite perfume or combination of scents that you use while meditating? Let me know in the comments below!