Deep healing can occur when we face our fears, vulnerability, and losses honestly, thereby allowing us to grieve peacefully and then move on. This gentle process of re-opening offers us fresh optimism and the vision of a brighter future. We experience ourselves less and less as the wounded ego, discovering more of the innate beauty and joy of our inner spirit which is alive and well.
Contains the following flower essences and the qualities they evoke:
Alpine Heather: peaceful grieving, then moving on
Columbine: joyfully holding the vision of one’s spiritual emancipation
Cyclamen: deep inner healing, accepting nurturing
Pussy Willow: fresh optimism to heal residual fears, vulnerability, and over-sensitivity
Sweet Woodruff: gentle re-opening after trauma
Thistle: penetrating the defenses of the wounded ego to reveal the inner essence and beauty
Flowers and herbs have been used worldwide for centuries to heal a variety of conditions. Their therapeutic and medicinal qualities (phytochemicals) can be uniquely distilled to create tinctures, essential oils, and flower essences.
FLOWER ESSENCES work primarily on the mental and emotional level. Users also report that the effects are often physical and spiritual.
Flower essences are ingested by placing drops under the tongue, or diffused with water to be sipped. Flower essences are not perfumes, essential oils or tinctures.
Flower essences are not a panacea promising instant healing, although their effects may begin to be felt almost immediately. Many people (and pets) respond rapidly to a flower essence.
- Keep out of reach of children.