Understanding Energy and Emotions

Think back to when you first saw your sweetheart. The emotion and connection you felt was instant and propelled by energy. In order to understand emotions and spirituality, we must understand energy.

How many of you have been in love at least once in your life? How many times can you remember back to when you saw that first sweetheart across the room, across the hall, over the store aisle, in the parking lot, wherever it was, and your heart just went tweeter-patter? Was there an exchange of touch, feel, smell, or taste? No. What caused that tweeter-patter in the heart? What caused the blood pressure to go up a little bit? Was it delayed action over a period of 2½ days, or was it instant?

Energy is instant. Energy is consistent. Energy is non-tiring and non-fatiguing. How do you learn to channel it?

The groundwork for understanding energy was laid in the 5th century BC by Greek mathematician Pythagoras, who expanded the knowledge of mathematics, geometry, musical harmonics, health, and, of all things, spirituality; and his discoveries and philosophies are still impacting the world today.

Some musical instruments produce a musical note that corresponds to a mathematical equation. All you musicians out there understand this very well. Equation solutions can be converted to measurements, which can be expressed through color, sound, touch, sight, and of all things, smell, even to the point that quantitative odor measurement is now real; and we now know how it works in the body.

THE POWER OF SCENT

Essential oils have electromagnetic energy. Electromagnetic energy has an entire color spectrum. Electromagnetic energy and all energy forms are measured in wavelengths, and each color of that spectrum has a specific wavelength.

All essential oils, based on the molecules within them, contain a spectrum of mixed wavelengths. Why? Because one molecule, like thymol, will have one color; carvacrol will have another color; and borneol, linalool, lavendulol, esters, and aldehydes will all have their own individual colors and wavelengths. This is so that as the oil is introduced to the human body, it corresponds to the wavelengths of the receptors.

The human body senses and understands the language and quality of this energy interaction, so we see the wavelengths portrayed in colors as they are being measured, which are created simply from the energy of language.We’ve heard about the power of the spoken word. In 1960, Richard Feinman taught about energy and its ability to produce a spiritual effect. Traditional energy manifests in the form of heat, motion, vitality, thoughts, feelings and emotions. It’s interesting that we have thoughts before feelings and emotions, isn’t it?How powerful are your thoughts? We think a thought, we feel a feeling, we smell a substance; we have a bodily reaction, physical or emotional. How many of you have smelled something, and it started you thinking?How many of you have walked through a bakery or mall, smelled cinnamon rolls baking, and thought of Grandma on the farm or Mom baking bread when you came home from school, which you could smell as you walked across the yard to the house?How many of you who grew up on a farm love the smell of the freshly mowed lawn in the evening, and it takes you back to cutting or pitching hay and bucking bales? Isn’t everything connected?

MOLECULES IN MOTION

We are affected by emotions. In 1972, Candace Pert, PhD, discovered what is called the opiate receptor on the surface of the cells in the body and brain, which was the first documented receptor.

Membrane fusion. How do oils work with emotion? By creating a membrane fusion and passing through and connecting with the receptor sites on the neurons in the body. The neuropeptides of emotions align with the molecules of essential oils, simply because they are made up of similar chemistry and thus are able to fuse into the cells.

Molecules in motion. They never stop moving because they are the true form of energy, until life ceases to exist.

The vehicles that connect with the receptors are called ligands. Their purpose is to bump receptors, producing a vibration until they find a matching receptor. Do you know what essential oils already contain within them? Frequency. Speaking of which, isn’t frequency vibration? Just in a different language. So essential oils don’t have to go bumping along the gravel road, because essential oils are electromagnetic energy. You put the oil within the electromagnetic field of the human body, and it will already start to make adjustments.