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30 Articles about Essences and Astrology from Vibration’s Archives

Posted by admin on Mar 13, 2010

©3-12-2010   Donna Cunningham, MSW

Vibration is one of the hosts of a series of special events March 19-21, 2010—the weekend that International Astrology Day is celebrated by astrology groups around the globe. In this case, it is a web-based event called a Blogathon that you can read about here:  The Cardinal T-Square of 2010: Saturn, Uranus, Pluto.

This is far from the first time Vibration has published articles that explore the ways flower essences and astrology can support one another.  Therefore, this week, we want to introduce some articles from our archives.  

Many of the articles on that topic are collected in something we call a Virtual Booklet at Astrology and Essences.  But wait!What I’ve done below is to cherry pick that collection, focusing on articles to help with issues related to Saturn, Uranus, and Pluto and added more. Not all of the articles in this list explicitly talk about astrology, but savvy students of astrology will catch on immediately to how the essences they describe can alleviate common concerns under transits of the planet in question.

Essences for Saturn and Capricorn:

capstarflwr-a2dIssues that arise when Saturn or Capricorn are highlighted in the birth chart or by current transits include: structure, discipline, desire for quality and accomplishment, maturity, age, and the passage of time, authority, perseverance, self-discipline, accountability, realism, learning from experience, ability to face and deal with reality, establishing limits and boundaries, setting the bar higher, standards.

Worldly matters associated with Saturn and Capricorn include professions, career, big business, corporate sector, executives, bosses and our attitudes toward them, status, expectations and attitudes about success, conservative political eras, depressions and eras of contraction, crackdowns, cutbacks, and reality checks. Here are articles about essences that help you deal with Saturn-related concerns:

Oak for Capricorns and Other Driven Individuals Jon Keyes

White Chestnut: A Balm for the Worry Wart Shirley Li-Raun

Gentian and Cerato–Two Bach Remedies for Self-Doubt Gaye Macke

Aquamarine for Stress and Anxiety Kathleen Douglas

Sweet Chestnut and Other Bach Remedies for Discouragement Connie Barrett

Elm Flower Essence — The Last Straw Connie Barrett

Saturn Transits and Essences  Part 1 Kathleen Douglas

Despairing for your Dreams Martin Bulgerin

Century Plant Essence — Staying Focused on Life Goals Rhonda PallasDowney

scorpiostarflwr-a2dEssences for Pluto and Scorpio: Issues that arise when Pluto or Scorpio are highlighted in the birth chart or by current transits include: power and control, trust, the need to discover and analyze what lies beneath the surface and eliminate the undesirable, separateness, holding on to things or feelings, revenge, death and endings, rebirth, healing,  and transformation.

Worldly matters associated with Pluto/Scorpio include sexuality, wealth, uses and abuses of power, corruption and dirty dealing, secrets, exposes, occult, healing, psychology, death and the afterlife, national and personal debt, terrorism, and stocks. Here are articles about a few essences that help you deal with Plutonian concerns:

Healing Old Wounds with Flower Essences Donna Cunningham, MSW

Flower Essences for Survivor Guilt Lila Devi

Massage and Essences: Clearing Frozen Feelings Out of the Body

Living in a Purple Haze Ivory Phoenix

Healing the Illusion of Separation with Flower Essences Annabeth Meister

Holly: Reuniting with our Higher Natures Julian and Martine Barnard

Forgivness: A Key to Inner Peace Annabeth Meister

Essences for the Shadow in Relationships Jannet Unite-Penny

Essences and Sexuality–Putting Life Back into the Bedroom Martin Bulgerin

Essences for Pregnancy Dirk Albrodt

An Essence Formula for Pluto and the Dark Night Moses Sigerar III

Death  Dying  and Essences Theresa Tyagi Kersten

aquariusstarflwr-a2dEssences for Uranus and Aquarius:

Issues that arise when Uranus or Aquarius are highlighted in the birth chart or by current transits include: Individuality, finding your uniqueness and where you fit into groups, friendship, eccentricity, inventiveness, technology, independence, freedom, breaking with the past, becoming your own authority, adolescence.

Worldly matters associated with Uranus and Aquarius include political movements, especially radical and extremist ones, freedom, equality—and elitism, revolution, rebels, counter-culture, splinter groups, sudden social change, divorce, earthquakes, lightning, and electricity, science and technology, pop trends and fads, especially those designed to shock, and computers. Here are articles about a few essences that help you deal with Uranus-related concerns:

Australian Bush Essences for Uranus Transits Steve Jolley

Bridge Essences: Making Transitions Less Traumatic Donna Cunningham,  MSW

Essences to Help with the Stress of Divorce Joel Murphy

Remedies to Ease the Stress of Moving Donna Cunningham, MSW

Honeysuckle and Walnut: Helping Children Adapt to Change Barbara Mazzarella

Working with Teens: How the Remedies Can Help Ouapiti Robintree

Friendship During Challenging Times Ziporah Hildebrandt

Essence Work — Your Intention Determines the Result Cynthia Athina Kemp Scherer

Flower Essences to Nurture Our Sense of Community Martin Bulgerin

Putting Essences on a Map Robina Hearle

This article and the collection of newly-created articles by astrologers at  A Collection of Articles about Combining Essences and Astrology will remain online as a permanent resource for people who want to learn more about the ways astrology and flower essences can enhance one another to catalyze healing.  We’re proud to participate in the Blogathon.

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What an amazing list to keep us busy in the meantime, while we eagerly await with excited anticipation the March 19th date! Excellent organization, with everything in one place for planetary/zodiacal themes :-) It is my hope that more astrologers embrace this amazing tool in their practice, since it is easy to integrate, gentle yet very effective, and the price point is in reach of nearly everyone. And, it is an honor to participate in the International Astrology Day (IAD) 2010 Blogathon! :-)

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