Using Flower Essences to Enhance Writing Projects

Posted by GreaterWellbeing on Apr 25, 2009

© 2007 by Donna Cunningham

Note: the following is an excerpt from materials for Donna’s teleseminars on writing for metaphysical markets and websites. Her next course, “Blogs R Us,” begins June 16, and her teleseminar, “Astrological Clues to Writing Success,” is on May 3rd. Read about them at http://skywriter.wordpress.com .

Flower essences, also known as remedies, are an excellent catalyst for writing and other forms of creativity, especially when you’re feeling stuck.  A number of essences have well-deserved reputations as enhancers of creativity,  especially when you’re stuck in a rut.

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Flower Essences & Homeopathy (Part 2 of 2)

Posted by GreaterWellbeing on Apr 18, 2009

By Peggy Malnati, Donna Cunningham, MSW and Deborah Bier, PhD

Editors’ Note: As part of our theme “The Wide, Weird, Wonderful Web,” we offer a second and final part of this three-way email conversation below (see the first part here). The authors were in Massachusetts, Oregon and Minnesotta and communicated entirely by email within a day’s time. Read the rest of this entry »


Successful Trademark Challenge to “Bach Flower Remedies”

Posted by admin on Apr 11, 2009

7704226thbEditors’ Note: Continuing on our theme of “The Wide, Weird, Wonderful Web,” we are bringing news we got word of via the Internet.

Many of us were taught never to write the term “Bach Flower Remedies” on a dosage bottle because it would be a violation of someone’s trademark to do so. Well, this may not actually be the case.

Julian Barnard of Healing Herbs, maker of the absolutely lovely Bach Flower Remedies put out under that label’s name, has been challenging Nelson Bach’s trademark to the term “Bach Flower Remedies” for a couple of decades now. Late last year we found out both via email and by Googling around for additional information that Julian prevailed in his challenge in both the United Kingdom and the European Union Courts. Read the rest of this entry »


Flower Essences & Homeopathy (Part 1 of 2)

Posted by GreaterWellbeing on Apr 6, 2009

By Peggy Malnati, Donna Cunningham, MSW and Deborah Bier, PhD

Editors’ Note: As part of our theme “The Wide, Weird, Wonderful Web,” we offer this three-way email conversation below. The authors were in Massachusetts, Oregon and Minnesota and communicated entirely by email within a day’s time. Read the rest of this entry »


Found on the Web: Essences in Ice Cream

Posted by GreaterWellbeing on Apr 5, 2009

By Deborah Bier, PhD

What could make premium commercial ice cream even better? Hot fudge sauce, you suggest? Sliced strawberries? Chopped nuts? Whipped cream?

Well, how about FLOWER ESSENCES added to ice cream? This was what Mackie’s of Scotland did, and crowed about in a press release we found while crawling around on the ‘net some time back. Read the rest of this entry »


The Wide, Weird, Wonderful Web and Vibrational Essences

Posted by GreaterWellbeing on Apr 3, 2009

25620135thb2By Deborah Bier, PhD, publisher and co-editor of Vibration Magazine & Blog

As  my co-editor, Donna Cunningham, has noted elsewhere, we first met about 12 years ago, and we carried out our relationship exclusively for quite some time over the internet. We founded Vibration Magazine and published it for at least a year before we ever even spoke on the phone!

This is how rich and deep the internet can take us, and it’s also how rich and deep our connection with vibrational and flower essences can become through the same medium.

This month’s blog theme will revolve around the internet and some of the wonderful — and usual — connections it can help us make to essences.  However, we will not be simply listing essence company links; this is something that readers can find through searches, and they’d not be nearly weird and wonderful enough! Join us on this strange and splendid journey.

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