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Aromatherapy is the art and science of altering the chemistry of the brain via inhalation or absorption of essential oils. Essential oils are primarily derived by distilling various parts of plants to release the plant’s essence as a vapor that then cools and condenses. This essence is then collected and bottled and distributed as es- sential oil.

Plants naturally release their essence whenever they are wounded or threatened, such as the threat of fire, as the essence is the plant’s own natural immune provision to cope or heal from the effects of damage or stress. Essential oil in a plant is akin to blood in a human. All of the plant’s vital resources are contained in the essence.

Although termed essential oil, and despite its heavy, concentrated aroma, appearance and texture, it is wholly absorbed into the human body due to its molecular size and chemical composition, unlike conventional oil products.

It is the only known substance to date that can pass the blood-brain barrier due to the microscopic size of the mol- ecules that condense from distillation. As a result, its impact is immediate as the tiny molecules of essence travel up the nose and into the brain, into the amygdala gland. It is now known that the amygdala gland is the seat of trauma in the brain, and can only be reached through aroma. As a hypnotherapist utilizing aromatics, your client has access to his or her traumatic memories and a means of safely processing those traumas.

Our sense of smell is ten thousand times more sensitive than our sense of taste. Our olfactory system may even contain more receptor cells than our eyes. Of all the five senses, the sense of smell has the most direct and expedi- ent connection to the brain. For this reason, memory is most easily stimulated by smell. Aroma works well as a catalyst for revivification of age and past life regression. Hypnotically induced accelerated learning programs are also well served by the adjunct of aromatherapy. 

It is the only known substance to date that can pass the blood-brain barrier due to the microscopic size of the mol- ecules that condense from distillation. As a result, its impact is immediate as the tiny molecules of essence travel up the nose and into the brain, into the amygdala gland. It is now known that the amygdala gland is the seat of trauma in the brain, and can only be reached through aroma. As a hypnotherapist utilizing aromatics, your client has access to his or her traumatic memories and a means of safely processing those traumas.

Our sense of smell is ten thousand times more sensitive than our sense of taste. Our olfactory system may even contain more receptor cells than our eyes. Of all the five senses, the sense of smell has the most direct and expedi- ent connection to the brain. For this reason, memory is most easily stimulated by smell. 

The essential oils are energetically encoded to restore an organism’s balance, be it plant, animal, or human. This energetic or electrical frequency encoding works with the body’s neuro (electrical) pathways ... the body’s meridian system as used in acupressure, acupuncture, reflexology, and other vibrational doctrines. That is why aromatherapy treats all levels of the being: physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual. For instance, smoking cessation is made easier by aligning the four bodies with inhalations of Neroli, Spruce, and Ylang Ylang essences.

Essential oils cause either a heating or cooling effect. This factor accounts for essential oils’ faculty to enhance circulation to and from cell tissues. It is by this temperature regulation that greater quantities of oxygen and nutrients can reach the cells and enable the cell, via the enhanced return circulation, to cleanse itself of metabolic waste. These oxygenating and detoxifying abilities hydrate the tissue, enabling optimal circulation, and therefore, revitalization and rejuvenation of the cells.

Be sure to use only pure, cold-pressed, organic essential oils or you will be passing along the mal effects of any insecticides residing in the soil on to your client. Avoid synthetic oils as well as their composition does not accurately reflect the same chemical composition regardless of how great they may smell. Essential oil crops are like wine grape crops ... so many factors affect the therapeutic value of the oils: climate, altitude, season, and methods of distillation. A chemical analysis of oil distilled from a spring crop can vary greatly from oil distilled from an early fall crop. 



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