Essential Oils And The Law Of Attraction

As you may already be aware, essential oils can be used to influence your mood. And if you’re working with the Law of Attraction as a tool to improve your life, learning about the properties of different essential oils can help you to maintain a positive outlook or focus on your particular goals.

Here are some tips about popular and enjoyable oils that connect to some of the most common goals set by those using the Law of Attraction. Most can be inhaled through a diffuser or room spray, but be sure to consult with a trained aromatherapist if you’d like advice on how to use these oils topically.

Boosting Concentration

If you’re hoping to attract a fantastic new job or start a different career, you’re likely to need some focus and concentration in order to do things like improve your CV and study key material. Citrus blends are an excellent choice here.

For example, the scent of orange essential oil will instantly help you feel more alert, as will the sharp smell of peppermint. Further, don’t forget lemon, which prompts focus at the same time as stable mood.

And don't forget, that you can use these scents when studying or learning about the Law Of Attraction too.

Inducing Calmness

For those who have difficulty quieting the mind before engaging in the creative visualization process that’s key to using the Law of Attraction, lavender is an obvious choice. This essential oil has a well-deserved reputation for soothing frazzled nerves and slowing racing thoughts.

Chamomile is another anxiety-busting essential oil. Both of these oils can be used not just to get you into the right mood for creative visualization but also to calm down before something intimidating—whether it’s a date, an interview, or something else entirely.

Feeling Sexy

If love is on your mind when you’re thinking about a future improved by the Law of Attraction, start looking into some essentials that can get you into the right mood for meeting a partner.

Patchouli oil is a good choice, as its sensual smell can help you feel attuned to your senses and even mildly euphoric. It is also said to attract sexual love and balance the libido.

Sandalwood is also suggested to couples who want an oil that promotes sexual intimacy, and its woody scent calms without sedating.

Enhancing Memory

When you’re looking to give a great presentation or keep a long “to do” list in mind throughout the day, you can benefit from essential oils like rosemary. In fact, so powerful is rosemary inhalation that some aromatherapists swear it can help with some of the memory loss symptoms associated with the early stages of dementia in older age.

Reducing Pain

Green apple fragrance oil is a tried and tested remedy for certain types of pain—especially anything involving muscle contractions (think tension headaches, sprains and sore backs). It may reduce both the duration and intensity of your pain, helping to improve your mood and resilience as you work to achieve your goals.

Becoming Successful

Perhaps especially relevant for those who are primarily interested in using the Law of Attraction to climb the career ladder, jasmine can help you feel more confident. If you need an extra little boost before entering an intimidating work situation, this scent can ensure you put your best foot forward.

Being Creative

Whether you’re painting, writing, making music or just trying to brainstorm, frankincense and neroil are two of the best oils for helping you to get into the zone. Lemon is also a smart choice, and (as mentioned above) it has the added bonus of increasing your concentration for extended periods.

Staying Positive

Of course, staying in tune with your optimism and positivity is one of the most important ways to make the Law of Attraction work for you, and essential oils can help with that too. Bergamot oil is particularly commonly recommended to instantly lift the spirits, and it has the added bonus of helping you feel refreshed (so it can be a good oil to use as you start the day).

A Cautionary Note

As mentioned at the outset, you should always speak to an aromatherapist or a medical practitioner if you’re considering applying an essential oil to the skin—and few should be applied undiluted. In addition, note that some essential oils are unsafe for those who are pregnant or suffering from preexisting medical conditions. However, once you’ve been cleared to use an oil, dive in and enjoy the many benefits!