Kapha derives from the elements of Earth and Water. It is the bioenergy of building and lubrication that provides the body with physical form, structure, and the smooth functioning of all its parts. Kapha can be considered as the cement and the glue of body and mind. A balanced Kapha will manifest as love, the capacity to forgive, mothering qualities, patience and empathy. The well proportionated body of athlete, a beautiful skin, shiny and beautiful hair all that can be Kapha.
The qualities of Kapha are moist, cold, heavy, dull, soft, sticky, and static. Sweet, heavy and acid food, cold and humid climates, inactivity, laziness, passive attitude will aggravate Kapha and cause troubles as: greed, attachment, mental inertia, possessiveness, stubbornness, apathetic emotional state, depression, obesity, sinus congestion, anything related to mucous, diabetes, high cholesterol level, hypothyroide.
The fragrance of the Kapha synergy is aromatic, stimulating, sweet, spicy, amber and warm. It was created to balance and prevent the inconveniences of this bioenergy, to stimulate and activate the body and mind, to get out of inertia, to invigorate and energize action, to facilitate courage and the desire to move and step up. It awakens motivation and ambition, attracts the positive and purifies the atmosphere of negative and heavy energies.
Depression, lack of motivation, inertia, fatigue, slow metabolism:
- Rub the inside of the forearms with a few drops of the synergy.
- Then press Indravasti, the marma point in the middle of the forearms.
- Spread the synergy.
- In the morning upon awakening, at 10.00 am and in the early afternoon: Smell the bottle with your consciousness at heart level by taking deep breaths and with your eyes closed.
- Add 3 drops to the shampoo or shower gel.
Lack of courage, difficulty in coping with challenges or obstacles
To stay focused and overcome obstacles, to develop more optimism, you can do the following meditation daily, until you feel that the energy is flowing better and you have achieved more lightness. This meditation is also recommended for periods of life when you face many obstacles and difficulties and lack courage:
Take a sitting meditation posture:
- Rub the palms of your hands with a few drops of the synergy and place your hands in front of your face. Smell the perfume with your eyes closed, breathing deeply and consciously by placing consciousness at the level of the heart
- Name 108 times Ganesha-mantra OM GAM GANAPATHAYE NAMAHA. You can use a mala (Hindu or Buddhist rosary necklace with 108 wooden or semi-precious stone beads or make 2 times the tour of a Christian mala).
This is the mantra for Ganesh, the Hindu God with an elephant head who knows how to overcome obstacles and who successfully crowns efforts. It symbolizes strength, solidity, perseverance and will. By meditating with this mantra, you activate Ganesh’s energy in you, which means you gain clarity of mind. Your intelligence becomes more creative and you strengthen your ability to let things happen. At the same time, the mantra helps to dissolve sadness, pessimism, depression, judgment and self-judgment. It breaks down the internal and external obstacles that block success.
Cold and humid days, spring fatigue
- Spread the synergy.
- Rub the heart area and inside the arms in the morning.
- Keep the bottle on you and smell it regularly during the day.
- Rub the inside of the arms and smell the bottle if the pump goes off.
- Take a foot bath at the end of the day. Mix 8 drops of the synergy with a handful of sea salt. Add to the bath water.
For therapeutic treatments
- Therapists can let smell the bottle to tired, depressed, introverted people, those who tend to let go.
- Put a few drops of the synergy on the pillow around the person’s head during the treatment.
- Add a few drops to your massage oil to energize and tone the lymphatic system and facilitate detoxification.
- Mix 5 drops of the synergy with 1 tablespoon of carrier oil and massage the heart area and shoulder blades in case of respiratory congestion.
Essential oils: Cinnamon bark (Cinnamomum verum), Cardamom (Eletteria cardamomum), Lemon (Citrus limonum), Copaiba (Copaifera reticulata), Black spruce (Picea mariana), Eucalyptus radiata, Rose geranium (Pelargonium asperum), Ginger (Zingiber officinalis), Laurel (Laurus nobilis), Lavender abrial (Lavandula hybrida), Lemongrass (Cymbopogon flexuosus), Bergamot mint (Mentha citrata), Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris), Black pepper (Piper nigrum), Rosemary borneon (Rosmarinus borneon), Clary sage (Salvia sclarea), Sugandah Kokila, Zantoxylum alatum