Opening Sahasrara / Crown Chakra With Essential Oil Blend

Sahasrara Chakra, is also known as a Crown Chakra, from the Sanskrit means a Thousandfold or Thousand petals. It’s located at the top of our head and is associated with oneness, with a connection to the Higher Consciousness, to the Divine, to the Universe, to the Higher Wisdom. It’s all about the unity and awareness, and to balance and to unblock the energy flow in the Crown chakra we can use essential oils.

Essential oils are great for balancing our energy flow. They come from the plants, from the nature and they carry the energy of the nature, which makes them a very powerful tool.

Essential oils that are associated with the Crown chakra are rosewood, jasmine, angelica, sandalwood, spikenard, myrrh, atlas cedarwood, lavender, elemi, frankincense and rose. 

To make a blend you will need: roller ball bottle, unscented carrier oil, essential oils of your choice, your creativity and positive intention.

Each time I make a blend for the energetic purpose I always tend to use my intuition according to my needs and feelings. Feel free to use yours.

Rose is known to be the highest vibrational essential oil (true or not but from personal experience I can confirm that it’s highly energetic), and is fantastic for the crown chakra. Frankincense is very spiritual oil and Rosewood is another wonderful oil to help us to connect with the Divine, and to create a free energy flow.

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Opening Crown Chakra blend:

  • Rose – 3 drops
  • Frankincense – 4 drops
  • Rosewood – 3 drops
  • Fill with carrier oil

You can use it during the meditation, each time when you feel like loosing the connection with the Divine or yourself or with the present moment, any time of the day. You can also use it at night, not for sleep though, but to stay more connected with the Universal energy.

Have a beautiful day,


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