Cedarwood The oil of the community and the emotion opener.
Cedarwood is quoted several times throughout the Bible.
It has been used to increase spirituality in cultures throughout the world including Egyptians & Native Americans.
One example is the Bible scripture: “And he spake of trees, from the cedar-tree that is in Lebanon even unto the hyssop that springeth out of the wall.” (1 Kings 4:33) The Essential Oil of Cedarwood is also mentioned 4 times in Leviticus, Chapter 14, as a cleansing ritual applied to the right big toe, right ear and right thumb. All those are release points for various compulsive behavior and stored emotions.
The oil of togetherness
Cedarwood is an oil that brings people together so they can experience the strength and value of community. The people in need of cedarwood are the ones who struggle to form bonds within social groups. Due to the nature of our current society, that can often be due to one’s overdeveloped sense of individuality. Rather than allowing himself to be part and be supported by family, friends, or community, that person lives by excessive self-reliance. On the other hand, the individuals difficulty forming social roots may also seem from feeling disconnected and separate from the human family. Cedarwood inspires a feeling of belonging and assists the heart in opening to receive the love and support of other people. The invite to the strong-willed individual to couple of strength of individuality with the support of power of community.
Cedarwood is a mind opener
Cedar wood supports individuals in seeking in that they are not alone because life should be a shared experience. Cedarwood also serves in opening the overlooked awareness of individuals to the support system that is already available to them. This support system can be co-workers, friends or family. Cedarwood Essential Oil invites individuals to both give and receive, so they need it so they may experience the strength of groups and the joy of relationships.
- inability to form bonds
- inability to form roots
- feeling disconnected or separate from the human family
- social bonds
- joy and relationships
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Cedarwood essential oil was heavily used in ancient medicine, as an embalming procedures for example. Nowadays, Cedarwood essential oil is known to stimulate the limbic and pineal parts of the brain. The limbic system stores our emotions and the pineal gland produces melatonin. That is beneficial as a calming agent and as a support of a more restful nights sleep. It is especially calming for children.
How do I Use it?
- Apply several drops (2-4) on location
- Apply to chakras/vitaflex points
- Directly inhale
- Diffuse via a diffuser or a necklace diffuser.