Tag Archives: Bach Flower remedies

Learn your lessons with Chestnut Bud

March 1, 2012

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by Linda Crider — Insanity is often defined as repeating the same negative actions and expecting different results. Some of us learn from experience the first time, while others appear to require numerous courses from the proverbial “school of hard knocks.” For those locked in this continuous cycle, Dr. Edward Bach included the essence of […]

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Bach Flower Essences — they are all about energy

February 25, 2012

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by Linda Crider —  When people are first introduced to flower essence therapy, many confuse it with other botanical healing modalities, such as herbal remedies or aromatherapy. In fact, flower essences can bring you to a more peaceful state of mind in much the same way as meditation and yoga. For those just learning about […]

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Bach Flower Remedies: Agrimony for a positive but realistic outlook

February 24, 2012

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by Linda Crider —  One important quality that distinguished Dr. Edward Bach from other physicians of his day was the attention he paid to human emotions and personality traits. While his contemporaries in the 1920s were busy treating the physical symptoms of disease, Bach spent his time observing human behavior and noting how plant energy […]

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Bach Flower Remedies: Ease anxiety with Aspen

February 24, 2012

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by Linda Crider —  Dr. Edward Bach discovered his natural healing system consisting of 38 individual flower essences more than 80 years ago. As a conventionally trained physician, he was quite ahead of his time in focusing on the importance of personality and emotional health. He once commented, “Science is tending to show that life […]

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Beech: the flower remedy for tolerance

February 24, 2012

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by Linda Crider —  When Dr. Edward Bach was developing his system of natural healing, he did not concern himself entirely with the symptoms presented by those who came to him for medical assistance. Instead, one of the key elements of Bach’s work was the consideration given to his patients’ diverse personalities and fluctuating moods. […]

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Creating healthy boundaries with Centaury

February 23, 2012

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by Linda Crider —  A familiar line from the poetry of Robert Frost reads: “Good fences make good neighbors.” Taken in its figurative context, this quote contains useful advice for emotionally healthy living. The wisdom here is the importance of setting appropriate boundaries. For those well-meaning individuals who find this difficult to do, Dr. Edward […]

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Tap your inner wisdom with Cerato

February 23, 2012

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by Linda Crider —  In these uncertain times, many of us are faced with difficult choices that will have a significant impact for decades to come. Although Dr. Edward Bach lived during what we now consider to be a more stable era by comparison, he recognized how indecisiveness can upset our emotional balance. In fact, […]

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Keep your cool with Cherry Plum

February 23, 2012

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by Linda Crider —  When Dr. Edward Bach created his 38-flower remedy system, he decided to combine five of the remedies into one formula designed to relieve stress and anxiety. This combination is known, worldwide, as Rescue Remedy®. One of the five remedies included in this popular and effective formula is the essence of Cherry […]

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