Traditionally the Indigenous people of the Pacific Coast have been harnessing the power of the Great Bear Rainforest to heal and awaken the senses for thousands of years, and for good reason. The olfactory system (which deals with smell) is directly linked to the amygdala, which is the emotional core of the brain. Connecting also to the limbic system, which controls your memories, breathing, and stress levels to name a few. That is why in Japan Forest Bathing or Shinrin Yoku is recognized to have health benefits and supported by their medical system. Essential oils from the Great Bear Rainforest may be able to affect your body and mind in a matter of moments that results in similar physiological and emotional levels being effected positively. Be aware that diffusing essential oils aromatically or using them in topical applications may bring out mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual benefits, just saying.
Traditional and medicinal uses of tree boughs included purification of home, healing and ceremonial spaces. This is an effective and natural way to cleanse the air of bacteria, virus, fungi, pathogens and yeast in a natural and safe manner. So diffusing Great Bear Essential Oils can improve the overall air quality in your home, office or a public space.
This means that certain essential oils may be able to affect your body and mind in a matter of moments. Diffusing essential oils aromatically or using them in topical applications may bring out mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual benefits.
Got 5 minutes and need to relax? reconnect? recharge? rejuvenate? It's easy in simple 5 steps and you don't need to go into the forest.
5 Easy steps
- Choose your oil
- Diffuse or use on your hands for inhalation
- Diffuse your oil in a diffuser or use on your hands for deep breathing inhalation
- Choose a comfortable place to sit or lay down.
- Now breath deeply for 21 breaths as you imagine yourself;
'Walking through the Great Bear Rainforest in the summer, I feel the coolness of the air on my skin. I breathe deeply and exhale slowlly, lingering on the sweet aroma of the Douglas Fir, Sitka Spruce, Hemlock, Cedar and Pine. The sunlight breaks through the canopy as I stop on the trail and close my eyes to the sun as it warms my face. I breath deeply and exhale slowly, appreciating the sense of wonder in nature that surrounds me, I feel protected and natured in the dense rainforest canopy. I walk further along the forest path that leads into a small open meadow and down onto the side of a steep hill. Looking ahead, I can see the valley and the river flowing below, with a lake in the distance. the rainforest blankets the hillsides with a deep green calm that envelopes me.'
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