Posted by admin on May 23, 2009
©2009 by Diana Pepper, Tree Frog Farm Flower and Tree Essence
Note: This article was first printed in the Tree Frog Farm E-newsletter, April, 2009, and is reprinted here with their permission.
According to the Chinese Five-Element view of life, spring is related to the liver and gallbladder systems that, in part, govern planning and taking action. During these rapidly changing transformational times, in the midst of major body/mind/emotional shifts, we still need to function in our daily lives. Three of Tree Frog Farm’s essences that were created in the spring are welcome allies during this continuing process. The flower essences of this set work together to help you organize your thinking, projects and daily life in the context of your larger spiritual process, then confidently step into grounded practical action. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted by admin on May 16, 2009
©Simon King, Registered Homeopath
Note: The following is drawn from Simon King’s vast collection of online information about Bach flower remedies, homeopathy and other alternative sources of help and is reprinted with his permission.
Bach classified a series of his remedies as belonging to the group of Not Sufficient Interest in Present Circumstances. The remedies of this group are Clematis, Honeysuckle, Wild Rose, Olive, White Chestnut, Mustard, and Chestnut Bud. These remedies are for those not fully engaged in the here and now and consequently not living to the fullest. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted by admin on May 10, 2009
©2009 by Connie Barrett
Note: Connie is one of Vibration’s longest and most cherished contributors because of her clear and original observations of the flower remedies. This article is reprinted with permission from Rainbow Reflections: An Email Newsletter From Beyond the Rainbow, which you can subscribe to at http://www.rainbowcrystal.com/subscribe.html. This article illustrates the time-tested principle that when you take a remedy, events follow that are related to the remedy’s healing issues.
One day, I was working in my office when the doorbell rang. A voice said to me, “Don’t answer it.” I couldn’t figure out what this voice was talking about. After many years of living in New York City, I’ve found that one nice thing about country life is that you don’t have to assume a criminal is standing outside your door. Most likely the bell-ringer is a Girl Scout, someone trying to sell fifty pounds of meat for a ridiculously low price, or a neighbor looking for a runaway dog. I ignored the voice, and that’s when all the trouble began. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted by admin on May 3, 2009
©2009 by Sheryl Karas, Maker of Mama Love Products
Certainly, you’ve heard the expression “to sow your wild oats.” Similar to the expression “to play the field,” it means to have your fun, try a lot of things (different relationships, different occupations), before it’s time to get serious and settle down. Wild oats grow everywhere! In good soil, sandy soil, clay soil. In dry or moist conditions. In shade or semi-shade. The only place it’s rare to find it is in bright sun at the top of a hill where it wouldn’t be at least partly shaded by the surrounding scene. Read the rest of this entry »