Ylang Ylang - The Oil of the Inner Child; Essential Oil and Emotions

Emotions and Essential Oils

Ylang Ylang

The Oil of the Inner Child

Ylang Ylang is a powerful remedy for the heart. Modern day society honors and reveres the mind over the heart. Yet the heart, with its intuitive ways of receiving information, is an essential part of the soul.

Ylang Ylang reconnects an individual with the child self, and the pure, simple ways of the heart. It encourages play and restores a childlike nature and innocence. It assists in accessing intuition or “heart knowing.”

Ylang Ylang is also a powerful remedy for releasing emotional trauma from the past. It is a fantastic support in age regression work and other methods of emotional healing. It assists individuals in releasing bottled up emotions such as anger and sadness. Feelings that have been buried inside are easily brought to the light through Ylang Ylang’s assistance.

This oil allows emotional healing to flow naturally, nurturing the heart through the process. It reminds the individual that joy can be felt and experienced more fully by allowing the heart its full range of emotions.

Negative Emotions: Joylessness, overstressed, grief, sadness, loss of a loved one, disconnected from inner-child

Positive Properties: Freedom, playful, intuitive, heart healing, emotionally filled, joyful, accepting

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

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