" Happiness is not a matter of intensity but of Balance, Order, Rhythm and Harmony" ~THOMAS MERTON
About Dr. Bach
A surgeon, a bacteriologist, pathologist, also known as the second Hahnemann in homeopathic circles, left his lucrative and comfortable practice in modern medicine, to look for a healing system that could help humanity avoid emotional suffering.
According to www.drbach.co.uk, ‘Dr. Bach knew that the human being is more than a physical body. The human being incorporates a body of life energy, a body of sensitivity and feelings, and a spiritual body. Flower essences are energetic imprints of the life force of plants. Dr. Bach believed that the flower essences interact with the subtle bodies and so can help people with physical illness by addressing the emotional responses to their illness.’
According to Dr. Bach, “ The remedies to be described are beneficent in action, and cause no aggravation nor reaction, for their effect is to uplift.”
What are Bach Flower Remedies?
Bach flower remedies are made from flowers that have unique healing properties. These remedies correlate with emotional and personality traits, thereby, when prescribed, have a balancing effect by removing any negative aspect. They subtly help restore any emotional imbalance that is preventing, plaguing or disrupting your ability to move forward.
Bach Flower Remedies are an alternative medium of healing which offer a natural effective system to alter negative states - from within our body, mind and emotions.
Who needs them?
If you are feeling depressed or dejected or lonely, if you have been a victim of trauma, are grieving, if you suffer from known or unknown fears or uncertainties, can’t seem to make decisions, are in a constant state of daydreaming, lack confidence, have a lack of interest toward your job or life, Bach Flower remedies are the answer for you.The most popular of the Bach family is Rescue Remedy, used extensively for emergencies, shocks and accidents.
"I don't want to be at the mercy of my emotions. I want to use them, to enjoy them, and to dominate them" ~OSCAR WILDE
Masking mental agony with cheer
Harbouring unknown fears
Being critical of others
Easily getting imposed upon
Constantly seeking approval
Fear of losing mental control
Failing to learn from the past
Being possessive and selfish
Lacking interest in the present
Feeling of self-hatred
Feeling of hopelessness
Over-concerned about self
Envious, jealous and aggressive
Living in the past
Procrastinating, mental lethargy
Harbouring known fears
Feeling depressed and gloomy
Plodding on inspite of exhaustion
Feeling extremely weary
Fearing for others
Experiencing extreme panic or terror
Being in self-denial and rigid
Uncertainty and indecision
Star of Bethlehem
Being in shock
Being in extreme anguish and despair
Tenseness, perfectionism, hyper-anxiety
Domineering and inflexible
Protection from change
Quiet self reliance leading to isolation
Unwanted thoughts, mental arguments
Lacking direction in life
Drifting, apathetic, resigned
Feeling resentful and bitter