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VedAromas: Simple tool to bring balance to the physiology
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16 June 2010
A doctor of chiropractic discusses VedAroma essential oils as a simple tool to bring balance to the physiology.
The intelligence and energy within the plants—each with their own speciality—can be utilized to 'balance the imbalances in our body', he explained.
'As a doctor of chiropractic . . . I see the possibilities,' he said. 'Most patients, after the first adjustment or some period of healing, [have a] transition from disease to ease. Now, I have this very simple, natural tool to work with people,' he said.
VedAromas allow him to 'look at their body type and use those aromas that are so simple, so portable, so easy . . . that bring balance to the individual and [allow patients to] feel more at home within themselves'.
The chiropractic doctor studied Maharishi VedAroma essential oils during a course held in Provence, France this spring.
It addition to learning about their health benefits, he expressed his surprise to learn that essential oils have such a long-standing tradition in countries throughout the world.
'I am amazed at the tradition of production of the purity of the oils in all parts of the world. Little clusters of people have been keeping this knowledge so precious and so pure,' he said.
* Reports from course participants, course leaders, and health experts were featured on the 16 June 2010 Maharishi Global Family Chat, broadcast daily via Internet webcast on the Maharishi Channel, Channel 3. Podcasts of the daily Global Family Chat (audio track) are also now available for automatic download, via an RSS feed.
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