Release® Essential Oil – Let it Go!

Let Go of Whatever is Holding You Back!

Release Essential oil Blend is very powerful at helping you to shift your vibrational frequency and “release” any emotions or blockages you have been carrying with you.
All essential oils magnify your intention, but I’ve found when using Release its important to be careful what you wish for. It really helps your body to transform and clear out so an open ended intention can shift you into a space of emotional turmoil.
I’ve found it the most effective when it is a very clear and focused intention.


Ylang ylang, Olive oil, Lavandin, Geranium, Royal Hawaiian™ sandalwood, Grapefruit, Tangerine, Spearmint, Lemon, Blue cypress, Davana, Kaffir lime, Ocotea, Jasmine*, Matricaria, Blue tansy, and Rose
Warning: this is a powerful oil and many people have reported a wide range of emotional reactions including crying, anger, moodiness, and criticism. Please make sure you have adequate time to process these emotions! 


How I apply Release Essential oil:

  • 1-3 drops in my palm and then rub on the liver (In Chinese Medicine, we are told that the liver becomes a storage place for anger, resentment, jealousy and a host of negative emotions). I like to hold my hand over my liver and then breathe and feel/visualise the oil as it works its way into my cells. 

Affirmation Suggestion:“I release all negativity from my body” or “I replace all negative feelings with love and joy”.

Imagine the negative emotion as black goo inside your body. Place your hands over your body and imagine pulling the black goo out and throwing it in a trash can. If you feel any emptiness from removing so much black goo, then imagine feeling it with white light or clean energy.

 Deal with your Anger 

Kundalini Yoga has many wonderful kriyas and meditations to help us deal with our anger. I find it very supporting  to apply essential oils to my body with a gentle massage just before the practice. Then I bring my hands  to the nose and breath deeply. Smelling the beautiful aroma  allows the essential oil molecules to penetrate into my limbic brain, I take that moment to set my intention and I open up to go through whatever it merges…

Anger is quite a powerful emotion. Out of all the emotions it seems to be the loudest one. Unfortunately for many of us living in today’s world, fear and anger are the only two emotions we allow ourselves to feel. When you are disconnected from yourself, there is nothing like anger to make you feel alive. There is nothing like a good drama or conflict to get the blood pumping. Some people will seek out a reason to get angry even when there isn’t anything to get angry about.

Many times our reactions are not equal to the current situation we are facing. More often than not we are reacting from unresolved past events. Say for example as a child your parents made you feel that you are ‘not good enough’ and that made you angry; now any situations that you perceive that you are ‘not feel good enough,’ you will react with that same intense anger from the past.

Anger in its natural state isn’t a bad thing. Anger is around for protection and to make sure that our basic rights as a living being are not being violated. It is not an offensive emotion, but rather a defensive one. In the animal kingdom, if you attempt to take food away from a lion while he is eating, he will attack you. The lion is trying to defend its right to live and by taking his food, you are threatening its life. That is natural anger. It is a short and temporary survival tool. Every situation in life doesn’t need to be a threat against your own personal survival.

In the today’s world anger is so much more than just a survival tool. We have glorified anger. It is all around us with movies and songs all built around anger. We get addicted to the feeling we get from it.

Anger is often missinterpreted for power. When you perceive someone is angry with you the natural reaction is to try to be nice to them, so they are not angry with you anymore. When you are angry all the time you can force the people around you into this subservient role. Anger is also used as a manipulation tool. The next time someone kindly disagrees with you, get really angry and the other will usually person concede their point just to not be in a confrontation. Watch if this is your reaction to an opposing view-point rather than engaging in a conscious debate.

The emotion of anger is a lot like that scene in The Wizard of Oz when the group meets the Wizard. Oz is this great big scary green face with fire and smoke. Dorothy, Tin Man Scarecrow and Lion are scared until they discover that Oz is just a frail old man behind a curtain pushing buttons to create an illusion. When you boil it down, anger is just hot air. Of course we have made anger so personal that it is so much more.

The worst is when we are not responsible for our own anger. Imagine that you had a bad day at work because your boss yelled at you. You come home and get mad at your significant other. This is when we are not dealing with a problem directly, but rather putting the responsibility of our emotions onto another person. This is called an emotional transfer and it is real! We can walk away from these confrontations feeling better while our significant other now all of the sudden feels horrible. They are left holding the bag. Ever been on either side of this exchange?

Kundalini Yoga and Meditation to Release the Anger

According to Chinese Medicine, anger comes from the liver. The liver is referred to as, “The sea of emotions,” and it is considered the organ closest to God. What emotion do you think separates us from God the most? You guessed it, anger! It is the wedge between you and yourself, or you and God. In this physical world, anger is the wall that separates us from everyone else.

The liver has to do with the third chakra which is the chakra that contributes to your own personal power. When this chakra is unbalanced, anger can rule your bife either actively or passively. Working with anger is a long process and can take many years to work out no matter what practice you do. In the end, anger is very exhausting and when coming from this place you are missing out on the highest vibrating emotion of all, love.

Relieve Inner Anger” is one of my favourites Kundalini Yoga Kriyas to let go of. It is very powerfull, especial when practicing together with the use of essential oils. Allow yourself to feel whatever it comes out, cry if you need to, and give yourself the time and space to process those emotions.

If anything of what  you’ve read here resonates with you in any way, would you wish to give essential oils a try, or maybe you’re thinking about starting a kundalini yoga practice, I’ll be glad to answer to all your questions.

Please, feel free to contact me and share your process, doubts or impressions with me, together we’ll grow. 

Blessings and Love,


This is my obligatory disclaimer: The information on this website is based upon my research and personal use of Young Living Essential Oils. I am not a doctor. Products and techniques mentioned are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease and they have not been evaluated by the FDA. My blog may contain some affiliate links to help support the continued education from this blog. Read the full disclosure/disclaimer here


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