Flower Remedies

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Each flower vibrates at its own frequency & has its own energetic signature, which enhances our well being by aligning with our energetic fields. This helps us recognize, resolve, &/or release old patterns to bring vital energy in. Flower essences help bring a shift in consciousness for healing on deep levels. Flower essences are made by floating the flower in water in the sunlight, which helps the water molecules absorb the energy/essence of the flower. They are taken as drops or sprays. Flower essences work on the emotional body.
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Bach flower remedies were developed by a doctor, Dr Edward Bach after a serious illness led him to give up work as a surgeon and with only 3 months to live, to develop his research work at London Homeopathic Hospital where he developed the theory of `less is more’ in other words that the smallest possible amount of the remedy could be more effective and avoid the unpleasant side effects often associated with conventional medicine. During the following 19 years, he developed 38 remedies covering every mental and emotional state, and cured himself, evidence of the power of emotional states over physical symptoms.

Often in choosing a remedy I get a picture of the flower in my third eye, or alternatively use a pendulum to check what is the correct remedy at this time.

I suggest that Centuary to help those who want to end a violent relationship and Vine for the perpetrators. This may be help for one of the major issues of our time – domestic violence.

The use of flowers for healing was an Aboriginal pleasurable rite. The essence in the form of dew made potent by the sun, was consumed as the whole flower and often the plant as well. If the flower was inedible they sat on a clump of flowers and absorbed the healing vibration. They knew of many flowers that could be used for specific emotional imbalances.

Ian White, seen in the uTube clip above, talking about the waratah has further developed the Australian Bush Flower essences into an expanded healing modality. He was guided along the way to find which plants and where to make up the flower essences. The Essences, all 50 and now probably more, are powerful catalysts for helping people heal themselves. Illness disease and emotional problems and imbalances are an indication that we have strayed off our individual path. The Essences, as well as helping us return to that path, can assist in helping us work through our problems and imbalances. You can make your own flower essences.

Waratah is chosen for addictions, dark night of the soul, an inability to respond to crises. With the earth changes expected, many people will benefit from waratah, it will give them the power and strength to move on. Its also useful in AIDS treatment.

Illawarra Flame Tree, that splash of red in the rainforest, if they were the sole survivors of a cataclysm, they would feel rejected because everyone was taken but them. This will give them the strength to carry on. They know what they want to do, but feel overwhelmed by the responsibility of doing it.

Grey Spider Flower a common shrub in Sydney And the Blue Mountains and its for Primordial Fear, extreme terror, paralysed by fear. It works quickly bringing about calmness and courage.

Flower essences will play a major role in the times to come as we go into a new Golden Age.
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White, I, (1991), Australian Bush Flower Essences. Bantam Books
http://www.floweressencemagazine.com/nov08/traumaremedies.html
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Aromatherapy

Aromatherapy is the use of essential oils which are extracted from plants and can be used in massage oil, in the bath in in a room oil burner. Plants have natural and original pharmacological properties and are the basis of modern medicine.

We are familiar with some of them which are used in cooking such as sage, mint and rosemary. Others have been used by Aborigines to cleanse the air such as Eucalyptus.

I have an interesting book which links the essential oils with human temperaments. This approach has similarities with Hahnermann when he established the bases of homeopathy (which I intend to cover next week). It has parellels in Chinese medicine and Indian Ayurvedic tradition and in Paracelsus’s theory of signatures and based on energetic resonances of Sheldrake. What it suggests is the patient accept the origin of pathological imbalances in their condition and use the essences to change the condition.

“When I used to walk through the big Eucalyptus forests, I had trouble preventing myself from leaving my body”, said Bashistya Shivananta. The journey of Eucalyptus is an inner one, representing a meditating sage, whose aura one contemplates while breathing. Breath control being the secret to controlling the mind. A very useful essence for recentering a scattered person suffering respiratory spasms, symptoms of no longer being in balance with the world around. It can be used with Cupressus and Rosemary.

“He who has found within himself inner joy, being blissful and lit from within, this yogi, on his way to becoming a Brahman, attains the supreme peace of a Brahman”.

Lavender is characterised as a nature lover, a staunch ecologist, eating natural food and leading a healthful life. Intelligent, often scruffy, reacting to taboo subjects, a campaigner, out of sync with the world and his time.

Lavender is calming, useful in lung complaints, good at fighting fungal infections a very useful essence particularly in blending with Rosemary and Mentha (mint) (teeth), and Cupressus (ulcers).

Sage is used in smudging, cleansing the aura and is useful for this firstly. Sage (Salvia) is characterised as the huntress Artemis, the lunar Goddess and eternal virgin, protector of women, children, wild animals and births.

Salvia is the saving herb used in women’s gynaecological problems, not recommended for pregnant women, or lactating women, unless they desire to stop the milk. It helps with respiratory and gynaecological problems, hot flushes sweating, painful periods.

Peppermint (Mentha piperita) a character very much in his mind and without scruples – to the very nature of the intellect. The essential male aspect is sterile unless connected with its feminine counterpart. It symbolises sexual sublimation by the Goddess as it was was used in the rites of Eleusis.

Mint has been used in funeral rites. It is a general stimulant and nerve tonic in convalesce and an excellent blood purifier blended with Citrus and rosemary fighting debility caused by prolonged allopathic treatments. Mint stimulates digestive function with Thymus. It has many other uses.

Rosa damascena is the rose from which the essential oil is mainly distilled. Symbol of Mary and of the Holy Grail, the rose symolises the wounds of Christ and the transmutation of his blood. The rose symbolises life, death and resurrection.

Rose refines our sensitivities, taking us to another world, dispering worries, anxieties and sorrows. Rose leads to respect for the feminine principle symbolised in Aphrodite and as such is another ascension tool, raising the spiritual vibrations.

Mailhebiau, Philippe,(1995), Portraits in Oils, the Personality of Aromatherapy Oils and their link with Human Temperaments. C.W. Daniel Co Ltd

Worwood, V.A.,(1990) The Fragrant Pharmacy. Bantam Books

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