Frequently Asked Questions
What's the purpose of the Raindrop technique?
The main purpose is to stimulate every organ, muscle, and bone of the body at a cellular level by using the oils to support the immune system in order to bring the body into a structural/electrical balance, and to help it release toxins or diseases wherever they may be located- including those illness lodged in the emotions and mind.
Will the oils irritate my skin?
Therapeutic grade essential oils (such as those from Young Living) are safe to apply neat to the skin without any unpleasant reactions. Nevertheless, people whose bodies are in an acidic condition or who have high levels of toxins may react to some oils and can develop a light reaction from too rapid a detox following Raindrop.
Importance of water after the Raindrop technique.
The Raindrop technique stimulates detoxification of the body. Therefore it is important for the client to drink plenty of water following a sessions and avoid toxic fluids such as coffee, alcohol or soda. A good rule of thumb is to divide your weight in pounds by two and drink that number of ounces of pure water every day. For example, 120lbs divided by two equals 60 ounces of water or 6 glasses of 10 ounces each.
Does The Raindrop Technique have side effects?
The detoxification process, sometimes, results in bodily soreness, headaches, sinus drainage, coughing or a rash on the skin. While unpleasant, these symptoms are temporary and are a clear indication that the technique is working and, most likely, saving you from a much more serious illness at a later time.
How does The Raindrop Technique affect my emotions?
Sometimes a strong emotional release can take place. Since the oils are inhaled, they go directly to the central brain which coordinates the memory of stored emotions. The oils also go to tissues, muscles and organs in the body where emotions can also be lodged in cellular memory. Essential oils can penetrate cellular membranes and release these forgotten emotions. In rare instances, receivers may have strong emotional responses (such as moaning, crying, writhing, flailing of arms, etc.)