Posted by admin on Jun 5, 2011
While Vibration Magazine’s editors take a little break from publishing this week, we are reminding you, our delightful readers, that we love to receive your blog post entries. Your piece can be formal, informal, or something in between. They can be from the point of view of a consumer, a practitioner, a maker, a retailer… heck, we’ve even had a cat author some of our previous pieces; one of our most popular contributors, too. Anything about vibrational and flower essences goes!
One of the many things we love so much about your contributions is that we never know what we’ll receive next in our email. So often, it’s exactly the right thing for the moment. Why not give it a try?
Please read our writers’ guidelines here: http://www.floweressencemagazine.com/blog/?page_id=8
Posted by admin on Aug 28, 2010
One of our readers suggested we ask where folks find good prices on readily-available flower essences. And then she offered the following advice:
Are you aware that you can purchase flower essences at VitaCost: www.vitacost.com. This is my regular vitamin place of choice–great products, great “house brand,” and best bargain I’ve been able to find overall. I checked it out, and on the typical 1/2-ounce bottle of Healing Herbs or FES essences, I save almost a dollar over my practitioner discount. The only catch is that it can take up to 2 weeks, because they don’t keep them in stock.
One thing we noticed which we were delighted about when we checked the VitaCost site is that they also offered the 1-oz size on each of the Healing Herbs single Bach flower essences. Many wholesalers don’t even offer those! They don’t carry empty dropper bottles, though.
Posted by admin on Jun 19, 2010
Editors’ Note: The first part of this article isDon’t feel you need to stay with the Bach remedies — but do include the essence manufacturer’s name as well as the movie where the quote can be found. List additional entries in comments.
©2010 Linda Pride
Hornbeam: “Sometimes I think it’s harder to raise a husband than a baby.” Blondie, 1938, Blondie Bumstead (Blondie, Penny Singleton)
Sweet Chestnut, Crab Apple (photo, at right), Star of Bethlehem: “Why was I not made of stone like thee?” The Hunchback of Notre Dame, 1939, (Quasimodo, Charles Laughton)
Vine (as in Tyrants, power struggles with…): “What we’ve got here is.. .failure to communicate.” Cool Hand Luke, 1967, (The Captain, Strother Martin)
Posted by admin on Apr 3, 2010
©2010 by Pansy Rosebud Pepperplant
Hiiiiiii everyone!!! I just happened to swing by to see what was up. I hadn’t heard from the editors of Vibration for well over a year now. They said they’d contact me for a new article the next time they put out an issue of the ezine, but then they never did.
Come to find out now, THEY CHANGED THEIR FORMAT TO A BLOG over a year ago! They said they just CHERRY PLUM forgot to let me know. Well, I did change my address a lot (and my name a few times, too…) so even if they tried, maybe they woulda never reached me. Well, things are like that a LOT in my life!! Queen of Walnut, they call me! Don’t get me started… Read the rest of this entry »
Posted by admin on Dec 27, 2009
Editors’ Note: Vibration Magazine has always received interesting and thought provoking reader response. This was true when we were an ezine, and it’s ten times more the case now that we’re in blog format! In fact, of late so much of the real teaching and learning has been transpiring in our comments section, that we thought we’d introduce a new category of blog post: readers’ comments.
The way blogs work, early readers of a newly-posted article have no idea that a juicy discussion had unfolded after they finished the piece. And often readers don’t get around to looking at any comments even when they’re present — which means in Vibration’s case, you’re missing half the content! It’s like seeing just the first act of a two-act play. Yes, that act was fine, but what happened after intermission was even better!
Posted by admin on Dec 6, 2009
By Andrea Mathieson, maker of Raven Essences
Editors’ Note: So many of our readers are wonderfully wise. This is one of many excellent comments received about “Rescue Remedy: A Faithful Friend in Crisis”. Read the original article and all the comments related to it here: http://www.floweressencemagazine.com/blog/?p=940
Your story touched on a very important and alchemical potentiality relative to flower essences, one that literally takes us into the realm of quantum physics. Lynn McTaggart, author of The Field and The Intention Experiment: Using your thoughts to change your life and the world, talks about a phenomenon called retro-intention where intentions in the future actually influence our present experience. Read the rest of this entry »