What are Flower Essences?

 

What are Flower Essences?

They are liquid herbal remedies, made of flowers. During the essence making process the life force of the flowers becomes suspended in water, which is then preserved in brandy. Flower essences are put under the heading of  vibrational medicine, which also includes crystal and environmental essences. It is thought that they work by setting up a resonance/or vibration within the system, which seems to activate a positive energetic response in the individual.

Here is a definition of a flower essence:

A catalyst that initiates positive change, helping us to come into balance, harmonising emotions and relieving negative feelings...

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Doctor Bach and his Flower Remedies

Doctor Bach and his Flower Remedies

The flower essences as we know and use them today were discovered in the 1930’s by a Harley street doctor and homeopath called Doctor Edward Bach. Born in 1886, he had a very great love of nature and also a burning desire to find a simple way to cure people.

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How Flower Essences improve your life

 

How Flower Essences can improve
your life

Do they really work?

There are lots of ways of explaining how flower essences can help you. Flower essences are designed to relieve stress, for example. They work on the more subtle levels of the system i.e. our feeling levels, not on the physical levels. Consider this way of looking at it. They can turn you away from your negativity and towards the positive side of your nature. You have everything already inside you – you’ve just lost touch with it. Flower essences can be seen as a bridge that puts you back in touch with that part of yourself. The essences support you while you get used to working with that part of yourself again. Once the link is firmly re-established, you have no need of the remedy…

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Flower Essences - Questions & Answers

 

Questions and Answers

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