Corey Sondrup D.C.

Using essential oils to balance emotions and release traumas.

Over the past seventeen years in practice, I have used a multitude of emotional/spiritual balancing therapies. My favorites are Neuroemotional Technique, Theta Healing, Psych-K, EMDR/Rapid, Eye Therapy and EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique). I eventually developed my own technique that combines Color Therapy, Rapid Eye Technique, Emotional Acupressure ( A shortened version of EFT) and now Essential Oils.

Before I started using essential oils I had wonderful results helping people release suppressed emotions, childhood traumas, and addictions and such. After I got exposed to essential oils and started combining them with my clearing techniques, my results with my patients were even more amazing. What used to take 5 to 7 treatments to clear a deep issue I can now clear them in 1 to 2 treatments.

Historically essential oils were used to treat primarily physical complaints such as infections, pain and a host of visceral problems such as asthma, allergies and digestive problems. What I didn’t know is that each oil also helped address specific emotional and spiritual issues that people may be experiencing. How does this work you might ask? I haven’t a clue. But I do know from historical observation and trial and error people respond positively to specific essential oils depending on what emotional and spiritual issue(s) they might be experiencing.

For instance, people having issues dealing with toxic, parasitic relationships respond to the essential oil, Melaleuca. People needing protection respond to On Guard or Terra Shield ( doTerra brands). People having issues with negative body issues respond to Grapefruit.

I incorporate essential oils by putting them on specific acupuncture points on the head and then combine it with Color Therapy, Acupressure and Rapid Eye Therapy. The results never cease to amaze me. I would have never thought essential oils could be so powerful. My initial perception of essential oils were, “Oh boy, essential oils, put them on your body and you smell so good, aromatherapy, whoop-de-do!” Boy was I ever wrong.

Love, Light , & Laughter

Dr. Corey

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