Cilantro - The Oil of Releasing Control; Essential Oil and Emotions

Essential Oil and Emotions

Cilantro - The Oil of Releasing Control

Cilantro facilitates a detoxification of negative emotions and debris. It is helpful in lightening one’s load through the release of issues buried in the body, heart, and soul.

Similar to Coriander oil, which is distilled from the seeds of the same plant, Cilantro assists individuals in shedding what is not in harmony with their True Self.

Those in need of Cilantro may attempt to obsessively control other people or manage their environment. Inwardly, these individuals may experience a great deal of worry and mental strain. The person may become constricted, clinging to or obsessing over material possessions. The individual may even hold onto the very patterns, emotions, issues, and possessions which may impair or betray their True Self.

Cilantro facilitates emotional cleansing, and especially encourages the release of worry and control as it assists individuals in centering in their True Self. Cilantro liberates the soul from heavy burdens, enabling the individual to live light and free.

Negative Emotions: Controlling, toxic, constricted, obsessive, clingy, emotionally trapped

Positive Properties: Cleansing, liberated, unattached, ease, lightened

Enlighten. Emotions & Essential Oils, 4th Edition: A Modern Resource for Healing (Kindle Locations 254-264). Enlighten. Kindle Edition.

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