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Posted by on Feb 5, 2014 in Featured, Feng Shui | 1 comment

Feng Shui and Aromatherapy: The Dynamic Duo

Feng Shui and Aromatherapy: The Dynamic Duo


Ever wonder how you can feel some feel welcomed when they enter your home without even saying a word? Or how to be more productive in your office or sensual in your bedroom.

Scents have an instantaneous effect because of the scent to brain connection, you can create good energy or even change your mood immediately.

Combing the art of Feng Shui and Aromatherapy can be even more powerful in shifting your energy because it’s using two primary senses; smell and sight.

Think about how great a view of the ocean at sunset makes you feel. Combine that will an uplifting scent like grapefruit and you’re tapping into two of our most vital senses to affect your mind and body.

The most wonderful part about the power of aromatherapy and Feng Shui is that it’s:

1) natural – harness the power of nature to work with your body’s own ability to heal and rebalance itself

2) it’s instant (Power of the Nose to Brain Effect)

Everything you need to feel on top of the world is at your fingertips!

Stop searching for unnatural quick fixes that don’t get to the root of the problem. Even worse, they mess up your own body’s natural chemistry and healing powers.

By improving your energy, you’ll improve your life. Look to nature, the gift hat is right in front of you. Nature wants you to receive it’s abundant healing powers.

What is Feng Shui

Our environment, especially our home affects our mood and energy. Feng Shui is an ancient art and science developed over 3,000 years ago. It’s an ancient technology that we can incorporate into our daily lives and it’s secrets can reveal how to balance the energies of any given space to ensure health and good fortune to the people living in the space. It’s based on the Taoist vision that any land or space is alive and filled with CHI, or energy.

Scent and Feng Shui

Scents are a great way to enhance or completely transform the energy in your home.

Think about how much time you spend in your home. Imagine having your home uplift you when you need a boost.
Enter the bathroom, and have all your tension melt away.

Or when you need crystal clarity, you enter a beautiful den that give you a creativity boost to your writing or laser focus so you can be super productive and get the vital things you need to get done.
Incorporating the power of scent through aromatherapy and fang shui, you can enhance you’re experience in life. Natural scents can bring chi into your environment and have aromatherapy properties to help you feel calmer, happier, or boost your energy when you need it.

Feng Shui Tips:

1. Clear the air: To create a fresh, vibrant energy in your home, the first feng shui recommendation is to clean the air, and then to use pleasant, healing essential oils.  The most basic way to clear the air is to open the windows and aerate your space often.

2. Bring LIVE in: Use live flowers, herbs, baked goods or essential oils to replace any synthetic scents.

3. Bring in Nature’s healing scents: Only natural scents or essential oils, as synthetic scents don’t work as well and are filled with chemicals. Find out how all essential oils are not created equal here.

Different Scents for Your Mood

Feeling cranky, anxious, or angry? Lavender or chamomile can calm you down.

Need energy or revitalization? Or maybe to wake up or stay up later? Try peppermint, rosemary, eucalyptus or lemongrass.

To keep your bedroom soothing or sensual, try rose, ylang ylang, or jasmine.

And for mental and memory stimulation, try grapefruit, lemongrass, patchouli, or basil.

And for relaxation and sleep, try sandalwood, lavender, geranium, and wintergreen.

These scents to help balance your mood and your home and you can customize them for your unique needs.

By knowing how to change and manage your energy, you optimize YOU, you change your mood when you need to, which changes your thoughts, which will change your destiny!

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Anne Meyer is medical doctor of physical medicine and rehabilitation specializing in optimizing health through nutrition, exercise and integrative treatments. She uses her in-depth knowledge in complementary health and traditional medicine to develop the most effective treatments for her patients health and well-being.

1 Comment

  1. Dear Sir,
    Hope you are all doing well now despite this pandemic.
    I have just published an ebook and paper book titled “Aromatherapy and Feng Shui: The right essential oils to be placed properly within a home” on Amazon like I have mentioned previously.
    I hope this book on the application on aromatherapy will help you to promote the use of essential oils in your workshop to promote your clients to try these essential oils for their own health and promote their living space.
    Leo Yuan, Ph.D.