LAVENDER

LAVENDER

Lavender aids verbal expression and calming the mind.  Specifically, it calms the insecurities that are felt when one risks their true thoughts and feelings.  Lavender addresses a deep fear of being seen and heard.  Individuals in need of Lavender hide within, blocking their true self-expression.  While they may be going through the motions of outward expression, they’re actually holding back their innermost thoughts and feelings.  The expression is not connected to the heart or soul.

Lavender supports individuals in releasing the tension and constriction that stems from withheld expression.  This bottleneck in communication can result in worried and racing thoughts, anxiousness, and sleep disruption.  Due to past experiences, they may feel unsafe or fearful of expressing themselves because of potential rejection.  Often they don’t allow themselves space to get in touch with all they truly think and feel.  Their true voice is therefore trapped within and goes unexpressed. Strong feelings of being unlovable, unimportant, or unheard can accompany this condition.

Lavender encourages emotional honesty and insists that one speak their innermost thoughts and desires.  As individuals learn to communicate their deepest thoughts and feelings, they are liberated from their self-inflected prison.  It is through open and honest communication that an individual has the potential to experience unconditional love, acceptance, and peace of mind.  Through Lavender’s courageous spirit, one is free to share their True Self with others.

NEGATIVE EMOTIONS: Blocked communication, fear of rejection, constricted, tense, racing thoughts, emotional dishonesty, hiding, fear of self-disclosure; feeling unseen, unheard, or unloved, insecure

POSITIVE PROPERTIES:  Open communication, calm, expressive, emotional honesty, self-aware, peace of mind

COMPANION OILS:  Spearmint, Calm

SUGGESTED USES:

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

Topical:  Apply 1-3 drops over throat, temples, or on nape of neck

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