Subtle Aromatherapy

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Random House, Aug 31, 2011 - Health & Fitness - 256 pages
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Although the use of essential oils to help physical, mental and emotional problems has been thoroughly investigated and described over the past few decades, this is the first book devoted solely to their use on a subtle or spiritual level.

Written by the author of the best-selling aromatherapy book of all time, Aromatherapy An A-Z, it examines the applications of aromatherapy in personal and spiritual growth, meditation and healing.

Topics covered include Vibrational Healing, The Role of the Healer, Methods of Use, Chakra Energy, Essential Oils and Crystals, Meditation etc., etc., with detailed notes on the subtle properties of the individual oils.

 

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Contents

Subtle Anatomy
21
The Role of the Healer
35
The Healing Energies of Plants
49
Dowsing and Aromatherapy
81
Chakra Energies and Essential Oils
95
Crystals and Oils A Healing Partnership
119
Essential Oils and Meditation
141
Sex Spirit and Essential Oils
155
The Great Transition
173
The Subtle Properties of Individual Oils
197
Beyond the Essence
225
Index
239
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About the author (2011)

Based in the Southwest of England, Patricia Davis is an aromatherapist with many years' experience. She is the best-selling author of books that include Subtle Aromatherapy, A Change for the Better and Astrological Aromatherapy.

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