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The Book of Aromancy contains the information necessary to start your own Aromancy practice: The fundamental knowledge of Oriental Medicine is something an acupuncture student takes two years to learn. I made it compact, focusing on the emotional/energetic aspect most pertinent to working with essential oils. On the chapter on essential oils, they are categorized according to the Five Element theory so that each of them reflects our own body. The Chapter on consultation covers how to conduct the session, the idea behind Aromancy mixology, and most importantly how to connect with your client and honor our intuition as the best teacher. The book is also available in German and Italian. 

The Book of Aromancy (in pdf format) is a recommended reading material for Practitioner's level workshop and included in the course fee.


The Book of Aromancy Table of Contents

Oriental Medicine Concepts

  1. Oriental Medicine: The big picture

  2. Yin and Yang 

  3. Yin - Yang Correspondences 

  4. Yin and Yang in Aromatic compounds 

  5. Yin and Yang & Serenity Prayer 

  6.  Applying Yin and Yang to Aromancy 

  7. Five Element Theory 

  8. Five Element Energetics 

  9. Water Element 

  10. Metal Element 

  11. Earth Element 

  12. Wood Element 

  13. Fire Element 

  14. Meridian Theory 

Essential Oils

  1. Essential Oils

  2. Finding the Meaning 

  3. Essential Oils on Aromancy Board

  4. Essential Oils in Water Element

  5. Essential Oils in Metal Element

  6. Essential Oils in Earth Element

  7. Essential Oils in Wood Element

  8. Essential Oils in Fire Element

  9. Start up collection

  10. The vocabulary of Therapeutic Properties

  11. Aromatic Character / Scent Profile 

  12. List of Oils against Conditions

  13. Essential Oil Chemistry

  14. Oriental Medicine Herbalism

Aromancy Session

  1. Conducting Aromancy Session 

  2. Preparing the Space

  3. Describe How Aromancy Works

  4. Setting the Theme

  5. Applying Aromancy Concept

  6. Exploration

  7. Root Cause, Secondary Issues

  8. Numerology in Oil Selection

  9. Identifying roles of essences.

  10. Blending-Creating Harmony

  11. Mode of Application

  12. Alternative Methods

  13. Aromancy Session Intake Sheet

  14. Case Studies

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Essential oils are highly concentrated aromatic compounds of plant origin that are known to contain various degrees of chemical/medicinal properties. Aromancy is, however, not aromatherapy (French school style in particular) nor is a program to develop an aromatherapist. Essential oils are used only as “scents, or perfume” and used only at the safe level of dilution. Aromancy does not promote unsafe use of essential oils such as internal consumption.

The word “Medicine” or "Medicinal" in all articles of Aromancy publication has no association to “scientific” or “allopathic” medicine governed and practiced by qualified individuals. Aromancy does not claim to cure any medical condition, nor give any medical advice. Aromancy uses the word “medicine” or "medicinal" only in their original meaning, as the Art of Healing.

お断り書き: 精油は高濃度の芳香性化学物質であり、多種多様の薬用成分が含まれています。しかしながらアロマンシーはアロマセラピーではなく、そしてアロマセラピスト養成のプログラムでもありません。アロマンシーは精油の体内摂取をお勧めしません。これらの精油はあくまで香りの原料として、体外仕様で安全なレベルまで希釈して使われます。