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The British Flower & Vibrational Essence Association (BFVEA) publishes the quarterly Essence. The latest edition has just come out and contains among other interesting stuff an article written by Dirk Albrodt about "Changing Learned Behaviours with Flower Essences".
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The Lime tree has been a holy tree since ancient times. For the Germans of the stoneage this tree was dedicated to Freya, Goddess of love and happiness. In many towns and villages throughout Europe Lime trees form the center. It marks the place where the people gather and party as well.
This gives us the key to the effects of Lime essence. Lime brings us the feeling of being at home, she makes us feel safe and secure and well-balanced inside. Home plays a very important if not to say main role in the life of humans and animals as well. Cats are known as connected to places, dogs love their hamper where they return to and even chicken enter their stall without much ado when the night comes. When you find similar attitudes and behaviour in the humans as well as in the animal kingdom, we can consider them to be archetypal. It should not be too difficult to find similarities in the plant kingdom.Write comment (0 Comments)
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“I release what no longer serves to reveal my sweetness.”
Botanical Name: Blighia sapida
Link to Chakra: Sacral & Thymus Chakras
Origin: Native to tropical West Africa. Cultivated sporadically throughout the tropics, commercially in Jamaica.
Traditional herbal uses: The aril (edible fruit) is eaten cooked, but must be mature, fresh, and harvested when the fruit opens naturally. Unripe fruits are toxic and can be fatal. Ackee and saltfish is highly esteemed in Jamaica, where it is the national dish.
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Wednesday, 28 September 2016, at 07:30 pm Dirk Albrodt with Sara Jane:
Flowers essences can work backwards in time, they influence past experiences that created beliefs which dictate our experiences, health and behaviours
- The new concept of flower essence use is based on the fact that the idea that our genes rule our lives is outdated - it is our neurology. Everything is determined by what we learn right from the beginning (meaning conception).