Aromatic essences were utilized for a range of things by the ancient Romans, Greeks, Persians, Indians, and Chinese, including religious rites. Some religions still employ fragrant plants to purify and protect people during religious ceremonies, in temples, and before home altars.

A universal human experience, spirituality helps us become more in tune with the moment, with ourselves, with others, with nature, or with the divine.

To assist you focus your thoughts and prayers, essential oils can be diffused while you pray. It is believed that oils like Helichrysum, Frankincense, and Palo Santo can improve spiritual connection and awareness.
The Bible has 188 mentions of oils. For the anointing and healing of the ill, several priceless oils including frankincense, myrrh, rosemary, hyssop, and spicknard were employed. The Christ Child received frankincense and myrrh essential oils from the three wise men.

Numerous blessings and sacraments include the use of sacramental oils. In the Catholic Church, there are three different kinds of oils: sacred chrism, oil for the sick, and oil for catechumens. One of the more adaptable and popular oils is chrism. Additionally, it is necessary for confirmation ceremonies.
Your preferred essential oil blend can be diffused during prayer or meditation using a candle diffuser, but other diffuser types or even a room mist can be employed.

Essential oils are now used by some people to stimulate inspiration, strengthen spiritual ties, and open the mind. They accomplish this by applying essential oils directly to the body or by breathing an essential oil while meditating.