Aromatherapy therapy is an effective way of healing of chakras. To know more details of aromatherapy for chakra healing
Here is the list of aromas that are useful to balance chakras
Aromatherapy for Root Chakra
Cedar: The tangy fragrance of cedarwood oil connects you with the earthly forces and all forms of natural life. It helps build up energy and conveys serenity and feeling of security in the lap of “Nother Earth”.
Clove: Oil of clove helps dissolve dammed-up energies within the root chakra. It encourages the readiness to liberate yourself from old and restricting social patterns originating out of a need for protection and security and helps you open yourself to new, fresh energies. Thus if you will tune to the message of its vibrations, it will lead you to transformation and renewal.
Aromatherapy for Sacral Chakra
Ylang-Ylang: This delicate oil, obtained from the blossoms of the ylang-ylang tree, is one of the best-known aphrodisiacs. It has a relaxing effect and, at the same time, makes you conscious of subtle sensual sensations. Its sweet fragrance makes you feel safe and encourages you to entrust yourself to the flow of your feelings. Dammed-up feelings or turbulent emotions are dissolved and carried away with this fragrance.
Sandalwood: In the Far East, sandalwood oil was often used to increase sexual energy and to elevate union with the beloved partner to the level of a spiritual experience. Moreover, it stimulates the imagination and awakens the joy of being creatively active. The vibrations of sandalwood oil integrate the spiritual energies on all levels of thinking feeling and acting.
Aromatherapy for Solarplex Chakra
Lavender: Lavender oil has a calming, relaxing, effect on hyperactive third chakras. Its gentle, warm vibrations help”digest” and dissolve dammed up emotions.
Rosemary: The tangy oil extracted from the rosemary plant is particularly appropriate in the case of an insufficiently functioning solar plex chakra. Its stimulating and refreshing influence helps overcome inertia and fosters readiness for action.
Bergamot: The vibrations of the oil extracted from the fruits of the bergamot tree carry a great deal of light within them. Its fresh and lemon-like fragrance strengthens our life energies and gives us self-confidence and self-assurance.
Aromatherapy for Heart Chakra
Attar of roses: No other fragrance has such a harmonizing effect on our well-being as the precious attar of roses. Its gentle, loving vibrations soothe and heal the wounds of our heart. They awaken our perception of love, beauty and harmony everywhere in Creation. A deep joy and a readiness for dedication enter our heart. Attar or oil of roses also induce stimulation and refinement of sensual pleasures, and at the same time helps transform them into transcendental love.
Aromatherapy for Fifth Chakra
Sage: The tangy fragrance of sage sends healing vibrations into the ” seat of language”. It loosens tensions in the throat chakra and lets us express effectively communicate the inner message of the soul.
Eucalyptus: The refreshing fragrance of eucalyptus oil clears and widens the fifth chakra. Its vibrations open us to our inner voice and lend creativity and naturalness to our means of communication.
Aromatherapy for Sixth Chakra
Mint: The refreshing scent of mint dissolves blockages within the sphere of the third eye and helps rid oneself of old, confining thought patterns. It clears and brightens the mind and stimulates concentration.
Jasmin: Through the fine, flowery scent of Jasmin our mind is opened to images and visions which carry the messages of the deeper truth. Its vibrations sharpen our senses and combine the energies of the third eye chakra with those of the heart chakra.
Aromatherapy for Crown Chakra
Olibanum: It is no coincidence that the classical incense burnt in religious ceremonies consists of the resin of the olibanum tree. Its fragrance has a revitalizing effect on mind and soul and purifies the atmosphere. Everyday life fades into the background, religious convictions deepen and the souls become a willing vessel for the Divine light.
The blossom of the lotus plant, which grows in mud, is a symbol of beauty and spiritual completeness in the East, indicating that while the enlightened person lives in the mud of the material world, this in no way affects \his true self in his union with God. Light and harmony radiate out of such people, spreading love, joy, and knowledge to the world. The sent of the lotus flower bears the same message, guiding the receptive and ready soul on its path to unity with God.
These are the aromas that will help you to balance all the seven chakras.