Long spears of Buddleia
Flower Essences can help ease our Emotions
As discussed in my last two post about Flower Essences, the gentle energy of flowers can help our emotions.
When talking to devoted gardeners, over and over again they will tell you that they feel so much better when working in the garden.
Do you know people that love the bush and just love to go bushwalking regularly? An entire part of the tourism industry has developed just to get these people into pristine bushlands and forests.
We cannot always get into our garden or go visit a park or have a walk in the bush when we are distressed. The next best thing is to be able to bottle this energy. Yes, it can still help us. Nature is wonderful.
Flowers and their energy
Grief is an emotion that many of us carry, hidden within ourselves as we go about our normal daily life. To relieve this burden Nature has given us some plants to help us. Let's look at some of them.
Buddleia is a small tree of about three metres high. It has elegant an arrowhead bunch of small flowerets that hold the energy to ease depression. Depression is a form of grief. It helps people who wish to be on their own and withdraw from society.
Echium, a brilliant blue flower helps to ease a feeling of hopelessness and despair.
Bleeding Heart helps to strengthen the heart especially in times of brokenheartedness.
Borage relieves the weight of deep grief in the heart.
Gorse helps repair a deep form of depression.
Sweet chestnut eases a deep depression where the person thinks there is no way out.
Mustard is for the person with unhappiness and depression for no reason.
If you have difficulty finding these essences contact me and I may be able to help you.
I am a trained Natural Therapist, Teacher, published Author and Artist who lives on the south eastern coast of Australia.
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