Our courses cover the history and philosophy of flower essences, Bach’s original 38 flower essences, North American flower essences that are used and recognized throughout the world, along with Australian flower essences. Familiarity with a wide range of flower remedies will enable you to treat more imbalances.
Flower Essences FAQ
Flower essences can have a profound effect on consenting and open-minded adults, children and even animals. Although the percentage of alcohol, used a preserving agent, is low in flower essence remedies, many are now being preserved in vegetable glycerine to accommodate for those with a sensitivity to alcohol and those who enjoy a sweeter taste.
Yes, flower essences are safe for those who are taking prescribed medication as they work on a vibrational energy and not chemical makeup. In fact, most pharmaceuticals lead to unwanted side effects that sometimes may be countered by flower essences.
Yes! A key component to using flower essences successfully is to be able to accurately diagnosis the issue or issues at hand. While self-awareness and inner examination plays an important role, often times this process can be aided by a dialogue or observations of another. A flower essence practitioner can provide insight into underlying causes … Continued
There are several vibrational techniques that can be used to select flower essences for yourself and others including kinesiology, use of a pendulum, diagnostic cards, inner examination of imbalance, and direct sensing with intuition. You will learn these various techniques in our Flower Essence Course.
Dr Bach is a British physician who understood the potency of flowers and the profound effect they have in healing emotional/mental and spiritual issues. He developed the first 38 flower remedies and made them readily available for others to use in natural therapies.
Every type of plant has a specific energy pattern and life force, which can be harnessed through a sun infusion of its flowers in a bowl of water. It is then diluted and preserved to capture the potency and vibration of the flower. Flower essences, when ingested or applied topically, have energetic properties that are … Continued