Losing someone close to you not only effects your mental wellbeing and emotional health, but also may impact you physically as well. Stress, grief, anger, sorrow, resentment, and feeling too hurt to forgive may actually do more damage to our bodies than we realize. Thankfully there are several aromas that we can use to help offset that harsh tension and allow us to sit in our feelings enough to digest and release them. Essential oils for grief and emotional trauma don’t need to be complicated… the same few oils can be used for every aspect of your emotional wellbeing journey.
Below is a video of a conversation I had with Kristina Risinger, a skilled grief coach who specializes in helping people enhance their wellness and find their purpose after losing a loved one. Kristina entered the coaching realm after finding her purpose and healing through serving others 2 years after her daughter passed away.
Primary Essential Oils Discussed:
DIY Emotional Trauma Blend:
- 4 drops Lavender
- 3 drops Geranium
- 3 drops Frankincense
- 2 drops Orange (or Lemon)
Don’t want to DIY, we have several pre-made blends that smell wonderful, uplifting, and help with working through intense emotions felt during the grieving process that don’t require DIY brainpower.
Life After Losing A Loved One:
If you or someone you know has lost a loved one recently, check out her latest book: Life After Losing A Loved One, How To Turn Grief into Hope, Strength, And Purpose
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