If you’re like most people, you’re familiar with the idea that essential oils can have a beneficial impact on physical and emotional/mental health. Perhaps you’ve even experienced this through aromatherapy or some other practice.
But did you know that essential oils can also help with your spiritual growth?
They each vibrate at a different frequency, which impacts your spiritual body in different ways to create spiritual healing, help with awakening, and many other things.
In this post, we’ll look at the ways thyme essential oil can help with your spiritual journey.
A Quick Word about Buying Oils
Quality matters. Lower quality oils may be less expensive, but they’re also less effective.
Because what you’re paying for is likely diluted or has additives taking up space in the bottle.
It may smell the same, but the actual effectiveness of it is either diminished or completely non-existent.
That’s why I only use Young Living oils. Their Seed to Seal guarantee means I can trust what I’m paying for is exactly what I’m getting.
Spiritual Benefits of Thyme Essential Oil
Thyme has such a wonderfully rich, fresh scent, so it may be no surprise that it can help with mental clarity.
But the spiritual benefits of thyme essential oil are much more than that!
If you’re a bit of a cowardly lion, thyme oil helps you find your courage. Apply it to the bottom of your feet and/or diffuse it in the air.
Nightmares making it hard for you to get a full, restful night sleep? Diffuse some thyme in your bedroom and keep those bad dreams at bay.
Having a hard time letting go of a past hurt? Use thyme oil on your heart chakra to help you forgive.
And speaking of chakras, you can use thyme oil on any chakra to help release blocks. If you diffuse it, it will work on all your chakras at once.
Because of this broad healing ability, I suggest making thyme one of the first essential oils you add to your spiritual practice, if you haven’t already.
For more information or to purchase thyme essential oil from a trusted source, please contact me.
***Note: Due to the phenols in essential oils, cats are unable to process them safely. I strongly recommend you do not allow your cat to ingest, breathe, or topically come into any essential oils you use. If you apply them to your body, don’t let your cat lick you, and if you’re going to diffuse them, do so in an area your cat cannot access until the scent is clear.