Water Elemental Spirit
How Water Elemental Spirit and Chamomile Can Cleanse Negative Energies
Both Water Elemental Spirit and Chamomile have cleansing and calming properties. Meditating on their images can improve the cleansing process. It is also beneficial to include water and Chamomile in other cleansing rituals, such as baths, aromatherapy, and tea ceremonies.
Why Do We Need To Cleanse Our Energy?
Picture one of your most recent social experiences. When you walked into the room, how did you feel? Did you instantly feel light and happy, surrounded by truly happy people? Or, did you walk in and feel low and depressed, despite a façade of happy faces? That emotion you sensed instantly is an example of one of the most experienced non-physical energies: positive or negative emotions.
Non-physical energies are the energies we can’t see or touch, but we can often sense them. They can be negative or positive. As you can imagine, positive non-physical energies are usually helpful and good for us; negative energies are not.
Even if you can’t sense these energies, they can still affect you. Our energy fields, or aura, are like Velcro board, picking up and hanging on to the negative and positive energies generated by the people, beings, and spirits around us. The bombardment of non-physical energies affects our moods, emotions, subtle bodies, energy centers, physical bodies, and spirit.
Inviting Positive Energy Into Your Life with Water Elemental Spirit
There are many things we can do to attract positive energies. Here are some other practical ways to invite positive energy:
- Water Elemental Spirit and Nutrition
You can keep your body and spirit healthy by eating “clean” foods that restore your energy rather than draining it. Refined and processed foods are notorious energy vampires, and avoiding them can help keep your positive non-physical energy clean and healthy. Introducing herbal teas such as Chamomile into your daily nourishment routine will make cleansing more enjoyable.
- Meditation and Aromatherapy with Water Elemental Spirit
Take time to be still and ground yourself. This daily ritual of meditating with essential oils helps your subtle body’s energy fields release the negative energies. It also helps those energy fields and centers to shore up positive energies. Be sure to place a few drops of your chamomile oil in a diffuser or burner before you begin so you can enhance your experience and effect.
Aromatherapy, along with meditation, can release negative energy and shore up positive energy. Adding Chamomile oil can make these meditations even more effective.
- Law of Attraction
Follow the Cosmic Law of Attraction that says, “like attracts like.” Live your life positively, lovingly, and with intention, exuding your own positive energy around you. That will attract positive energy to your own life. The Law of Resonance also plays an important role, stating that vibrational energies of a similar frequency are attracted to one another. Once you achieve the positive non-physical energy you wish, you’ll be more likely to attract more of that level of positive energy to your being.
- Protecting Yourself from Negative Energy
Attracting positive energy can also dispel negativity.
Meditation draws in positive non-physical energy but also influences your physical and subtle bodies to release negative energy.
Behold the Old World, rich with herbal remedies, spices, and goods couriered across the Silk Road and via daring shipping adventures. Traders stopped at villages along the way from Greece and Turkey to Pakistan, India, and China, bartering their goods and bringing exciting new treasures home. Chamomile was part of this Old World life, a medicinal plant that is one of the oldest known and most well-documented herbal medicines known to man. Traditional healers in Europe, India, and western Asia used the herb to dispel inflammation and treat wounds, chickenpox, poison ivy, eczema, neuralgia, hemorrhoids, and many other complaints and illnesses.
Today, chamomile is just as prized as it was centuries ago, adding a soothing touch to tea, skin lotions, shampoos, massages, and aromatherapy. So, if you haven’t experienced the calming pleasure of camomile tea, now’s a good time to try it.
Discovering Chamomile’s Many Uses
Skin allergies and hay fever are disruptive, frustrating, and sometimes painful. Chamomile topical applications calm mucus congestion associated with hay fever and allergies, and it’s similarly effective on skin inflammation caused by skin sensitivity. It can also relieve some symptoms of the common cold.
- Anxiety or Depression
The mild sedative in chamomile aromatherapy helps to lighten anxiety and ease nerves.
If you’re having difficulty sleeping, place a bit of Roman chamomile oil in a burner or diffuser about a half-hour before you go to bed. The slight tranquilizing nature of the oil induces mild drowsiness that encourages sleep. It is believed that this effect is due to the oil’s apigenin that hooks onto the brain’s benzodiazepine receptors.
- Upset Stomach
Chamomile has long been a herbal help for gas, upset stomach, and ulcers.
- Skin Wounds and Irritations
As we mentioned earlier, chamomile is an all-star when it comes to skin issues. It is used for gout, irritation, chickenpox, ear infections, diaper rash, poison ivy, bruises, ulcers, eczema, and burns. Researchers believe it is beneficial to skin ailments because of its anti-inflammatory and antibacterial benefits.
Some of the same properties that make chamomile terrific for physical and emotional health also make chamomile a natural aid for your spiritual work. For example, the calming nature of the herb ensures that you can meditate more peacefully and seek your truth in a clear, focused manner.
The cheerful feeling brought about by chamomile helps you to feel optimistic and ready to reach new levels of spiritual awakening and awareness. Camomile’s calming and uplifting nature helps ease the fear and anxiety associated with an underactive solar plexus chakra. It enables you to fight the fatigue and overindulgence of an overactive solar plexus chakra. It also quite literally clears your nasal and throat passages, leading to a balanced throat chakra that encourages you to speak your truth.
Some anti-inflammatory, blood pressure and other medications may negatively interacts with chamomile, so check with your doctor before taking chamomile herbal supplements. If you are allergic to ragweed, you may also be sensitive to chamomile, so test it first. Pregnant and nursing women should avoid contact with Roman chamomile.