Friday, January 29, 2010

Articles: flower

Articles: flower essences

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Aquarius Flower Oils
by Simon France

Flower oils bridge the gap between orally taken flower remedies, such as the Bach Flower Remedies, and essential oils. Whereas flower remedies are made by floating flowers in water in direct sunlight, flower oils use oil as the medium.

Bach Flower 'Maintenance' Remedy - Astrologically Derived 'Personal Elixir'(tm)
by William Wilson

The author tells us that information has recently come to light that Dr. Edward Bach, in addition to his ‘reactive’ Rescue Remedy, had also developed a ‘pro-active’™ remedy, a preventative, or ‘Maintenance Remedy’™, unique to each individual.

Bach Flower - Case Studies
by Barbara Stanhope-Williamson

I will not repeat the history and background of the Bach Flower Remedies which was so well documented in the last Issue of Positive Health, except to say that the Remedies are added to a 30ml bottle containing spring water (not carbonated) and a teaspoonful of brandy as a preservative. Up to six Remedies can be used in one bottle. Dr Bach himself used eight Remedies on a few occasions, but rarely more than six are needed. The brandy is omitted for alcoholics and children, and these bottles should be kept in a refrigerator.

Bach Flower Remedies: Correspondences with the Chakras
by Anna Jeoffroy

It was in the early 1990s that I first came across the Dr Bach's Flower remedies. I was introducing a speaker from the Bach Centre to an Association of Reflexologists Meeting.

Case Study: Bach Flower Remedies for Pain Relief
by Manuela Malaguti Boyle

In this Case Study, the author discusses the findings of the possible therapeutic and psychological value of Bach Flower Remedies in pain relief as conducted at the Bach Centre in the UK, some years ago. The cases included 398 studies of which 384 were allowed to be examined.

Church Farm Rose Essences
by Val Boulting

The therapeutic qualities of the rose are esoteric, in the same way its esoteric qualities are therapeutic. Any explanation contains an undeniable mystery, as much as the mystery of – what is ill health? Ultimately the whole matter can only be resolved by intuition, trust and faith. One shouldn’t be distracted by any seeming paradox.

Dr Arthur Bailey Flower Essences
by Sue Ainley

This column focuses on Dr Arthur Bailey and his flower essence remedies, alongside those of the well-known Dr Bach and his remedies.

First Light Flower Essences of New Zealand
by Franchelle Ofsoske-Wyber and Anthony Wyber

The native flora of New Zealand has many extraordinary and unique characteristics, due to its protracted isolation and an absence of human habitation. First Light Flower Essences are made from ancient species of trees, such as the Rimu and the Kauri, and New Zealand ferns, which are particularly effective at releasing deep and extensive trauma. The flower essences embody the emerging Aquarian Age, with its fundamental essence in the quality of co-operation and non-competition – this is also reflected in the nature of New Zealand's plant life and eco-system, as the authors explain.

Flower Essence Therapy = Beauty + Science
by Sheila Balgobin

This article presents research data on the effectiveness of flower and vibrational essences therapy as a healing modality.

Flower Essences for Evolutionary Healing and Spiritual Growth
by Elizabeth Chandler

Elizabeth Chandler looks at flower essences and their therapeutic effects which can influence us on many levels. Flower essences can be used for many conditions including physical, neurological, emotional, realignment of subtle anatomy, improvement of psychic development and softening the response to anti-cancer treatment. Chandler reminds us that flowers have been used for healing for thousands of years.

Flower Essences for Personal Transformation
by Debbie Sellwood

The author points out that we are living ‘through a period of deep transition’, and that we are buffeted by an accelerating pace of life, and intensifying energies; the breakdown of traditions, and the changing face of many economic, political and social elements.

Flower Essences in General Practice
by Dr Andrew Tressider

To have a practitioner of Complementary Medicine (CM) as one's partner in General Practice has positive benefits for the entire practice by providing an opportunity for individuals to seek alternatives to standard pharmacological approaches to ailments of either mind or body.

Flower Remedies - How They Can Help in Arthritis
by Dr Rupa A Shah

Dr Shah was trained in allopathic medicine, but 16 years ago became interested in homeopathy and from there started to research and produce Indian flower remedies. In this article, she presents a case example of a 33-year-old woman severely crippled with rheumatoid arthritis who made a dramatic recovery following flower therapy.

Flowers - the Essence of Consciousness
by Peter Tadd

This article gives a detailed insight into the world of flower essences. The author is a clairvoyant healer and teacher who runs training courses on the chakra system and the auric fields, and also a new method of tactile healing that combines the Chinese five element theory, qi gong and numerous intra-meridial acupuncture points.

Flowers and Colour as a Healing Tool
by Suzy Chiazzari

Flowers have been used throughout history for their healing powers and today we still use them in many forms. As more people become disillusioned with the side-effects caused by many modern drugs, a return to the purer and simpler healing methods used in herbalism, aromatherapy, homoeopathy and flower essences is gaining in popularity.

Healing from the Heart
by Judy Griffin, Ph.D.

In many ancient cultures there are remedies to heal the body and cures to heal the heart. They balance and express our deepest feelings and desires, the part of us that no one else owns or can heal. Flowers are very sensitive instruments for measuring and expressing emotions.

Health Applications of Flower Essences
by Clare G Harvey

The author looks at the ancient and modern art and application of flower remedies which can be traced back to the Egyptian civilisation (who possessed knowledge of the therapeutic qualities and curative powers of flowers), the aboriginal people (who also developed a unique system of medicine and Swiss Alchemist Paracelcus who collected morning dew from blossoms to treat emotional imbalances.

Icelandic Flower Essences - Raising our Awareness
by Kristbjorg E Kristmundsdottir

This author shares the power of the flower essences found in Iceland's unique unpolluted and unspoiled nature.

Moon Flowers: Accessing the Past
by Simon France

This article focuses on Moon Flowers made under moonlight and explains the differences between the qualities that radiate from the Sun and the Moon. It also looks at why the absorption of moonlight into flower remedies allows their healing to reach down into our souls, helping us to release deeply held dysfunctional energetic patterns we have carried with us for many years.

Pacific Essences - Gifts from the Sea
by Sabina Pettitt

The greens and golds and persimmon of the Arbutus trees and the blue of the Pacific Ocean called us to this island in 1981. This jewel in the Pacific is the home and birthplace of Pacific Essences®. It feels like Avalon – a sacred and magical place.

Phytobiophysics - A New Philosophy
by Diana Mossop

Phytobiophysics is a new and relevant scientific approach to the problems of mankind that incorporates modern knowledge, traditional therapies and ancient wisdom. Above all it is a means of accurately assessing causal factors of disease.

Self-Mastery Through Flower Essences
by Lila Devi

If you want to improve your life physically, mentally, emotionally, or spiritually, consider flower essences: an extraordinary healing method both time-tested and dynamic.

The Healing Power of the Flower Essences
by Rosemary Williams

Rosemary ... sees the Flower Essences as a wonderful network that aims to bring the world together healing through nature.

The Healing Properties of Rosewater and Rose Oil
by Teresa Scarman

The value of rose has been recognized for centuries and today there are four main centres in Bulgaria, Turkey, Iran and France where roses are grown for the production of rosewater and rose oil. In Iran, rosewater is used for a wide range of ailments, and it is often drunk every morning to boost the system.

The Many Uses Of Flower Essences
by Cynthia Alves

The author, a certified essence practitioner, explains the history and meaning of flower essences and describes some of the myriad ways in which they can be used for physical, mental, emotional and spiritual health and well-being.

The Science of Flower Essence Therapy
by Richard Katz

Richard Katz, founder and associate director of the Flower Essence Society in California, explains how flower essence therapy works, based on the Society's research findings, the many reports the Society has collected from around the world over the last 20 years and case study evidence.

Understanding Flower Essences
by Cynthia Alves

This article takes both a scientific and more spiritual look at the use of flower essences, which are neither essential oils extracted from the plants nor homeopathic, but rather vibrational essences.

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