Douglas Fir and White Fir share many similar qualities; however Douglas Firs live a longer life and would be considered the older and wise of the two trees.  They both address generational issues by inviting individuals to break free from destructive traditions passed down through their families.  Like White Fir, Douglas Fir assists individuals to live according to their own conscience and values by letting go of harmful patterns.  It teaches that each generation can be a gift of a new life, new growth, and new beginnings.  Similarly, Douglas Fir can also assist with increasing the bond within one’s family.  It encourages healthy family dynamics where people and meaningful relationship are valued over blind loyalty to traditions.

Additionally, Douglas Fir teaches individuals to learn from and value others’ experiences, especially one’s family and ancestors.  It encourages respect for one’s elders and ancestral heritage. Douglas Fir reminds individuals that valuable wisdom can be obtained by learning from the past, especially from individuals who are older, wiser, and more experienced.

NEGATIVE EMOTIONS: Negative generational patterns, burdened by family issues

POSITIVE PROPERTIES: Generational healing, respect for elders, wisdom, learning from the past

COMPANION OILS:  White Fir, Petitgrain


Aromatic: Inhale from bottle, diffuse, or place drops in hand, rub, and inhale

Topical:  Apply 1-3 drops on base of spine or on bottom of feet.

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