For accepting the possibility of a connection to the higher elements of our being, for the expansion of consciousness.
The crown chakra is located at the very top of the head. It governs karma, universal unity and meditation. When out of balance there may be depression, an inability to learn, confusion and fear of alienation.
Corresponding crystals: amethyst, quartz
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Use your favourite chakra oil to assist with balancing the mind, mood and emotions.
Apply to the centre of the top of the head to balance the crown chakra and restore trust in your inner guidance.
Apply the sodashi chakra oils to the imbalanced chakra in a circular motion, twice daily (on rising and retiring).
Continue application for a minimum of 7 days to a maximum of 28 days, until feelings of imbalance have dissipated.
If more than one chakra requires balancing, begin with the lowest chakra first.
It is recommended that only one chakra be treated at a time.
Positive affirmations for the crown chakra:
I am connected, in tune, spiritual, fulfilled and I love life.
I am spiritual, awakened, imaginative, perceptive and intuitive being.
My totality is my true self.
Use an amethyst crystal to help balance this chakra.
Olibanum (Frankincense)Boswellia Carterii
We highly value the skin rejuvenating and toning properties of Frankicense. It is excellent for aging and mature skin. It’s woody and spicy smell also soothes and calms the mind and mood.
A delicate flower produces this delicate fragrance, known for it’s powerful effect as the ‘rescue remedy’ of essential oils to assist with shock and grief. Importantly for skincare it improves the skin’s elasticity, and is extremely beneficial for spider veins and broken capillaries.
The ingredients lists are regularly updated. Please refer to Sodashi’s website for the latest up to date information on the ingredients listing of our products.
Sodashi acknowledges that the land we are on always was and always will be the land of the traditional owners, the Whadjuk people. We pay our respects to Elders past and present. We recognise the connection the Whadjuk people have to this land.