Carolyn Mein, D.C.
The 25 Body Type System TM
September 10, 2021
Issue No. 99
What is stress, how is it caused, and how can it be released? This month I discuss how to release stress.
Clarity Essential Oil is one way to release emotional stress.
Thymus body types are tall with a forceful presence and demeanor. Take the quick quiz to see if you might be a Thymus body type.
As always, I hope and trust that these newsletters help you enjoy a happier, healthier life.
Health and Happiness,
Dr. Carolyn Mein
In This Issue:
Stress is the other side of Calm and Relaxed. Stress is connected to the Sympathetic, active, energetic part of the nervous system, the part that mobilizes energy for quick action – the fight/flight response. It’s the Parasympathetic part of the nervous system that is connected with the feeling of being calm and relaxed. The Paratympanic nervous system is responsible for bodily functions like digestion and elimination, as well as the cranial nerves that involve the senses including hearing and seeing. Obviously, both sides of the nervous system and the emotions are essential. The question is how do we maintain balance, or come back into balance once we recognize we are off or stuck.
What causes us to get out of balance?
Getting stuck in the sympathetic, over-drive state. Being stuck can come from feeling like we have too much to do, being emotionally overwhelmed, frustrated, anxious, or worrying which is focusing on a possible negative outcome for a situation that has not yet occurred.
There can also be physical stress due to your body being out of balance from things you have control of like the lack of enough good quality sleep, blood sugar fluctuations from skipping meals or eating too much sugar, getting cold with the seasonal temperature changes, or excess electromagnetic stress from cell phones, computers and wi-fi. Physical stresses you would have less control of are things like air pollution, freeway noise, injuries, and chronic physical conditions you have not found solutions for. We can generally handle a few of these things, but the more we add the more the adrenal glands have to work until finally the body is not able to balance the excess cortisol production and we become hyperactive and irritable. This is what is typically known as stress.
How do we deal with stress?
The obvious answer is one step at a time, starting with the easiest, most apparent things first. Things that make a big difference include:
Essential oils to deal with unresolved emotional issues
Ever wonder why you seem to pick up and take on other people’s unresolved emotional issues? It is because you still have an element of that unresolved emotion in you. We are all aware of the negative side of emotions, and the positive side is some vague thing out there somewhere. How can you ever expect to change a negative emotion if you do not know what you want to change it to, or why you are attracting it? I wrote “Releasing Emotional Patterns with Essential Oils” to address this very problem.
For example, we are all aware of how it feels when someone is angry at us, or even being around someone who is angry about something else, and how it feels when we are angry. We learn early on that it is not safe for us to express our anger, so we need to figure out how to deal with our anger. Physical activity like exercise is one way, but it does not resolve the issue, and it is not always practical at the time, especially in the moment of being triggered. Another option is to internalize your anger, but research has shown that internalized anger is directly associated with cancer, so this obviously is not a viable solution. Well, if you are not going to express your anger and you are not going to internalize it, what are you going to do? Since everything on this planet has a negative and a positive polarity, what is the positive polarity of anger?
You have heard many times, “If you want a marriage to survive, you need to learn to laugh.” Anger occurs when an energy path is blocked, like a child not getting what he wants or you being stuck in a traffic jam. Being blocked is not always bad, sometimes it can be a warning that would keep us from driving off a cliff and injuring ourselves. What needs to happen, is we need to get out of the situation and look at it from a higher perspective, like a traffic helicopter to determine the best route to take. This is what occurs in meditation. We are able to look at the situation from a higher or spiritual perspective. Affirmations affirm a positive solution; often what you want to incorporate into your consciousness. In the case of anger, the positive affirmation is, “My direction is clear.” The positive polarity of anger is laughter. Anger is stored in the liver and can be accessed through the acupuncture alarm points on the body, hands or feet. Essential oils access the limbic system of the brain which is the seat of emotion and hold the positive vibrational frequency. Applying the appropriate oil on the acupuncture point and the emotional points, smelling it, feeling both sides of the emotion and saying the affirmation allows you to transmute a negative emotion into its positive polarity. This is a way to deal with unresolved emotional issues that keep resurfacing and intensifying year after year.
Essential oils that are great for stress include Peppermint, Lavender and a number of blends including Stress Away, Peace & Calming, Sacred Mountain, Envision and RutaVaLa.
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|Clarity Essential Oil for Releasing Emotional Stress|
Clarity Essential Oil promotes a clear mind and amplifies mental alertness, improves mental activity, and increases energy when overly tired. Use Clarity for mental and nervous fatigue, sports competitions and emotional balance. It will help those who are resistant to learning new things or changing habitual patterns. It also brings the spirit and mind back into focus.
Combine with Brain Power, Palo Santo, Lemon or Peppermint essential oils to enhance these effects.
Clarity is a blend containing stimulating essential oils: Basil, Cardamon, Rosemary, Coriander, Geranium, Ylang Ylang, Bergamot, Jasmine, Palmarosa, Lemon, Peppermint and Roman Chamomile.
Emotional Stress is stored in the brain integration. The way out is “I understand”, transmuting into Harmony.
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