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How to use aromatherapy in feng shui

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How to use aromatherapy in feng shui
In feng shui scent can be used to alter the qi within an environment quickly. Some scents are uplifting while others are nauseating. Therefore, the intentional use of scents in an environment can be a powerful component of feng shui practice.

How to choose a scent

The first step to feng shui aromatherapy is to identify sources of negative qi produced by scents, then cleanse the environment of those scents. Foul smells like rotting garbage can cause illness, as can especially strong smells like an overdose of perfume. Symptoms may include cough, headaches, nausea, difficulty breathing, asthma attacks, and other respiratory and body symptoms.

Start by removing any obvious odor-producing debris from the area. Once that is done, check for perfumes, so-called "air fresheners", candles, and other scent-producing products.

Then, select a new scent appropriate to the place where you will be using it.

The meaning of scents

Select a new scent which will promote positive qi in the area:

Scent usage

Where to use aromatherapy? Scents can be placed around the home to protect and cleanse the home's qi.

Tip: I recommend replacing air fresheners and similar with a reed diffuser and 100% pure essential oils. These are natural and produce less-potent scents when used in a carrier oil. This will also in general not trigger asthma attacks or similar like incense or a candle would.

Place your new scent wherever you want to promote positive qi. The important thing is that the diffuser be placed securely on a flat surface so it doesn't tip over.


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