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- Category: Spirit of Makasutu
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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- The new concept of flower essence use is based on the fact that the idea that our genes rule our lives is outdated - it is our neurology.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).
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As far as I know Touch-Me-Not Balsam essence was first prepared in Germany sometime in the 80s and researched by the „Blüten Arbeitskreis“ directed by Hildegard Kräftner and Peter Ekl. The German Name „echtes Springkraut“ (real balsam) refers to the belief that it is of German or at least European origin, while in fact it is as invasive als Bach’s Impatiens and also comes from the Himalaya - only 100 years earlier. Another member of his plant family has been prepared as flower essence, Small Balsam (Impatiens parviflora), which originates from Tajikistan hence has made a similarly long journey.
The name refers to the property of the seed pods. They kind of explode up to several meters far when being touched. In some places the plant called „old wives fury“, another term for n Carnival Thursday, the day on which the women take over the regiment.
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Imagine the engine is working quite well and our ship is on course. Out of a sudden we hear the boy shouting from the look-out: „Iceberg ahead!“. The captain gives the order: „Turn around!“ - the steersman however replies: „Sorry, captain, there cannot be an iceberg since there never has been one. We stay on course.“
What else could happen besides a crash and the sinking of our ship, it is as simple as that. And the steersman sinks with us. Getting angry with him would not make any sense since he is as dead as we are.
Principled until the end
Unimaginable? Nothing less than that. Things like that happen every day – only on a different level. Try to imagine an analogy: our mind plays the role of the captain, our emotions and needs the one of the steersman. Now our mind may say: „I have heard about smoking being not very supportive to my health, I better quit. So, steersman, cease fire!“. But the steersman replies: „I don‘t care!“ and lights another cigarette. Unfortunately although you would love to fire the idiot, he is the only one capable to keep our ship on track. Kind of inner conflict...
Our steersman plays the role of an autopilot. Once programmed he does what he has to do and never accepts any deviation. That is pretty smart, since it allows our captain to take a nap without having to fear any negative consequences. The engine goes on working well - like our breath when we sleep. We do not die when letting our awareness take a rest. Our steersman works thoroughly, carefully and reliably. How wonderful for us! Although ... sometimes we like to try an alternative direction and that is when the trouble begins. He tries to get the ship back to the former direction and he does it by using our senses. We sense some kind of pain or feel there is something wrong or whatever...Write comment (0 Comments)