Different Kinds of Energy Healing

Different Kinds of Energy Healing

There are many types of healing modalities that you can engage to influence the energetic field that contains your life.  The idea that every person has a circle of energy that surround them beyond the solid matter of their body is crucial to deeply understanding the potential impact of holistic modalities.  Embedded in this concept is the acknowledgement that individuals can influence the lives of each other simply by how they are being in life.  This is found in the spaces where our energetic fields overlap with each other.  If you regard this concept as true, you likely agree that practicing energy hygiene, or the cleansing of the energetic field, on a regular basis is just as important as tending to the physical and emotional aspects.  There are many different modalities and practices to engage daily maintenance of your energetic or auric field:

  • Chakras: the chakras are 7 energy centers along the centerline of the body from the root at the pelvis to just above the crown of the head.  Each chakra has unique properties and they can be enhanced or muted engaging a variety of practices.  Some practices include: chakra holds - place hands at different chakras in specific combinations; gems can be engaged to influence chakras in different ways.
  • Sound and Light: these carriers of energy can be engaged to influence the state of the field. Both move through wavelengths and these can be harnessed to shift the quality of the energetic field.  
  • Visualizations: By engaging a visualization that soothes the emotional state, the quality of the energetic field can be transmuted.
  • Movement: as with sound, the energetic field can be transmuted simply by engaging any kind of movement.  The vibration will create movement in the energetic field and transform its current state.  
  • Aromatherapy: this involves taking the oil of a plant and diffusing its properties into your field.  The qualities of the plant become integrated into an individual's energetic field and transmute the state of it.  
  • Earthing: this can be many things that involve engaging the natural world to alchemize the state of your energetic field.  Common examples are feet on the ground or in the sea for a brief period of time.  

 

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The Three Aromatherapy Oils Everyone Should Use In Recovery

Aromatherapy is the use of essential oils, flowers, herbs, plants, and scents, to treat holistic health issues. Oils are a wonderful and natural way to support the experience of early recovery from aches and pains to headache and stress.

 

Lavender

Lavender is basically nature’s wonder drug. Primarily used for relaxation, lavender can also be used for a number of medicinal purposes. Lavender is a flower which is purple in color. Use lavender in an aromatherapy diffuser to create an atmosphere of relaxation. For coping with feelings of anxiety due to an anxiety disorder or some of the symptoms of withdrawal from drugs and alcohol, lavender can be a calming agent. Lavender oil can be applied topically. For best results, apply lavender oil to the temples, the underside of the wrist, the top of the head, and bottom of the feet. These are areas of pressure points and some of the body’s most adaptive places. Having the scent of lavender on your body will help you to breathe it in more, focusing on it’s relaxing purpose.

Medicinally, lavender can be used to treat bites, burns, stings, and pain. Lavender’s soothing properties will reduce the urgent physical sensations and help the body concentrate on healing.

 

Eucalyptus

Eucalyptus oil comes from the fragrant leaves of the eucalyptus trees. The scent of eucalyptus is refreshing and invigorating. It is no wonder that Koalas love to eat them. As a tool for aromatherapy, eucalyptus is used for opening up. When congested with allergies or a cold, rubbing eucalyptus oil on the nose, throat, and chest, acts as a natural decongestant. Eucalyptus can be used in the shower to create an awakening experience.

Respiratory issues is where eucalyptus oil is the most efficient, but can be used in other ways. Eucalyptus oil naturally acts as an anti-everything harmful: bacterial, fungal, microbial, and viral. If you are willing to withstand the sting, putting Eucalyptus oil on a wound can help.

 

Peppermint

Peppermint is made for more than lattes, seasonal chocolates, and chewing gum. Peppermint oil can be added to food to achieve that minty taste. However, applying peppermint to the body is like using a cooling and heating sensation style product. Peppermint is a natural menthol, helping to ease muscle tension as well as tension caused by headaches. Drinking peppermint tea eases tension in the digestive system, helping with bloating and constipation.

 

Enlightened Solutions utilizes holistic healing modalities such as aromatherapy to support a clinically based program designed for healing. Your body, mind, and spirit, deserve to heal after being abused by drugs and alcohol. For more information on our programs of treatment, call 833-801-5483.