In Chinese medicine, the energetic of anger is represented through the liver, gallbladder and season of Springtime. Typically on this cusp we can intuitively feel the qualities of renewal, growth, freshness, perspective, lightness, joy and ease in the air.
To put this into context, the liver is the primary detoxification organ in the body, the gallbladder secretes bile to move toxins out through the body safely. For this reason, from a bodily perspective, when this system of our body is functioning optimally we have greater access to what needs to move through us energetically, physically and emotionally.
People are often surprised to learn that Springtime could represent anger but healthy anger is a critical component of wellness. Imagine it as the energy of UP and OUT... this is the energy of Spring. This is not just a force of mother nature. It's a force of our own innate nature.
Lavender: The Oil of Communication & Calm
Sweet family, this February, I wanted to share the self-love ritual with you which has been supporting me so beautifully since the beginning of the year.
From your open heart and into your open palms place one drop each of doTERRA Lavender and Spearmint with a dash of fractionated coconut oil. Rub your hands together and breathe in the calming and clarifying vapours deeply for 3 long slow breaths. Now, begin to lovingly work the elixir in upward strokes from your heart chakra to your throat chakra.