Flower Essences are vibrational medicine and were introduced originally by Dr. Edward Bach in the 1930’s in Great Britain. They have been used widely since then, but remain a mystery to many. In our over-medicated society, a reconnection with Nature and what is possible when we work co-creatively with Nature, is part of our human healing and the healing and sustainability of the earth. Nature has much to teach us, if we will but listen and learn. Flower Essences and other vibrational remedies illustrate the principle that “small is beautiful”. They are part of an emerging field of non-invasive, life-enhancing subtle therapies whose time for wider use and deeper understanding has surely come.
Each flower in nature holds an energetic Divine pattern, a pattern which can, through the Law of Resonance, call forth that Divine pattern in a human being and thus correct imbalance and disharmony in the energy body. This will then manifest through the bodies, physical, emotional and mental and bring forth a greater connection to the Soul. We are, through the use of these essences, brought back to our wholeness. The flower essences are amazing tools to assist us to cleanse our conditioning, our stories and woundology, to support transition and awakening, so that we may live more whole and radiant lives.
Please use these resources to learn more:
Flower Essence Repertory by Patricia Kaminski and Richard Katz
Flowers that Heal by Patricia Kaminski
Flower Essences: Reordering Our Understanding and Approach to Illness and Health by Machaelle Small Wright
The Bach Flower Remedies by Edward Bach, M.D. and F.J. Wheeler, M.D.
Collected Writings of Edward Bach by Edward Bach, M.D. and Julian Barnard
The Healing Herbs of Edward Bach, An Illustrated Guide to the Flower Remedies by Julian and Martine Barnard
New Bach Flower Therapies, Healing the Emotional and Spiritual Causes of Illness by Dietmar Kramer
Flower Essences and Vibrational Healing by Gurudas
Flower Power by Anne McIntyre
Vibrational Medicine, New Choices for Healing Ourselves by Richard Gerber, M.D.