physical, emotional, spiritual
When we arrived on this mortal shore, each one of us inherited a packet of fears. Included in this package was the fear that we are somehow defective and less than we should be. We fear that we are not going to be able to accomplish the things in life that we were meant to accomplish. We are unable to truly love others. To love is to let someone come close enough to see that we are deficient in qualities that we believe everyone else has in abundance. That this feeling of deficiency we think we see in ourselves is only a perception doesn’t make it any less real in our minds. It becomes one of the core beliefs that we are living our lives. Grace is meant to help us connect with reality and God’s view of our potential and who we are.
This blend can open us to the love of others and to acceptance of ourselves. This perception of defectiveness and deficiency in ourselves creates peaks and valleys in our emotions and in our productivity. For a while, we struggle on in the face of our fears. We are determined to learn what we need to learn and we are determined to win at the game of life somehow. This productivity and enthusiasm is then followed by a period of despair and inertia as our perceptions and fears get the upper hand. Grace, by removing our misperceptions and fears and helping us see ourselves more clearly, evens out these peaks and valleys and lets us settle in to calm and dynamic productivity.
The aroma of Grace helps us find and move toward our place in the universe. This blend can bring us the assurance that we are right where we are supposed to be and all is right in our personal world. We can relax and enjoy our lives, while still accomplishing all that we need to and living to our full potential. We can begin to express and receive love without our fears getting in the way. Grace is an excellent blend for the grief of losing, or separating from, a loved one.
Grace should be used for depression and anxiety, especially when those states were triggered by grief or loss. Heart Song and Grace are excellent companion oils when working with grief issues of any sort.
Grace, because is regulates the electrical impulses of the heart, has a regulatory effect on heartbeat, pulse, and blood pressure. This effect is particularly pronounced when the heart problems have an underlying emotional component of stress over feelings of inadequacy or inability to do enough or be good enough in life or in a particular situation. Grace can be effective for heart arrhythmias, tachycardia, and high blood pressure.