I want to make sure you know about flower essences. Every flower on the planet has it’s own unique vibration and its own unique signature to heal our physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual challenges. Flower essences are 100% safe, easy to use and available to all. I have used them personally since 1998, and I incorporate them into my practice regularly. They have assisted me — and the majority of my clients — through various life challenges and changes.
Now, flower essences are not the same as essential oils (or aromatherapy). Instead, they are energetic tinctures, created by the vibratory imprint of the flower petals, and usually taken orally. They work well for humans of all ages as well as animals, plants and the energies in your home and office.
The most common flower essences are the 38 Bach remedies. As stated in an article I wrote in August of 2009, Let Flower Essences Work for You, Edward Bach discovered 38 different flower essences. Dr. Bach was a psychic sensitive, and discovered the effects of each flower through observation and their affects on him. He could touch the morning dew from a flower or its petal to his lips and he would experience the potential therapeutic effects of the plant. In fact, he was so sensitive that when he was exposed to a particular flower, he would experience all the physical symptoms and emotional states to which the flower was an antidote. This, in conjunction with feedback from his patients, created his definitions of the Bach Flower Remedies.
I tend to notice common “themes” in my practice every few months. Lately, I have seen many clients going through challenges in family and personal relationships. These are a few essences that may create a greater sense of ease during those struggles:
Hardhack: Hardhack releases ties that bind, while honoring ties that connect. It opens the heart, releasing grasping tendencies, infantile needs aimed at others; and/or co-dependence. Hardhack helps us release the need to cling to intimates and family members as our individual growth creates differing stages of interaction.
Hibiscus: Red Hibiscus offers much healing support to those who have been through experiences of abuse, particularly sexual abuse. It helps to cleanse the etheric body where we hold memories of abuse so that we release the trauma of these memories and also works to heal the emotional body where we store the emotions linked to the abuse.
Maltese Cross: When events tear our lives apart, Maltese Cross pulls us back into our center and imbues us with faith that an unconditionally loving creator is present in even the most divisive looking situation. Maltese Cross knows that experiences that seem to shatter us into pieces actually break us open so we can know our wholeness, holiness and the unity of all things.
Walnut: For those overly influenced by the social expectations or values of family or community, or for whom past experiences or beliefs inhibit the soul’s evolution. Walnut frees us from limiting influences, allowing us to make healthy transitions in life, and to find the inner strength to follow our own path and destiny.
Wintergreen: Wintergreen helps us express ourselves fully and unapologetically. It helps us shed shame based self editing or any behaviors chosen to hide our light under a bushel. It helps us be comfortable in our own skins so we can toss all sorts of false responsibilities and false personas and get on with the vital task of being our true selves.
Feel free to contact me if you would like help identifying flower essences for yourself, your child or your pets. Or Google “flower essences” to find hundreds of companies who lovingly create and sell these subtle, yet powerful, vibratory remedies.