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Green Pepper (Capsicum annum)

For the overly fastidious, for those whose productivity and effectiveness is undermined by their inability to see the overall picture, who get lost in the mire of mundane affairs, who become compulsive about detail and whose energy is sapped by their obsessive involvement with detail. These people have difficulty delegating and believe that, if something is to be done properly, they must do it themselves. They also tend to make mountains out of molehills.

Green Pepper

This essence allows one to step back and attain a broader perspective. It facilitates the development of skills in delegating and brings the subtle bodies into alignment, thereby enabling one to attain excellence, to be highly tuned and focused but not over-involved.

© Jannet Unite-Penny, 2012

This essence assists the individual who is over-serious, heavy or grim, with a repressed inner child. It brings carefreeness, ebullience and the ability
For over-striving. This essence has a softening impact on those who strive too hard in whatever they do, are inflexible in their approach, who have
For victimhood and self-pity. Feelings of victimhood often originate in childhood when circumstances are beyond one's control. The patterns are set and
This essence is for the leader. It allows the emergence of the positive qualities of leadership - the directedness and focus, the enthusiasm, the ability
For those who fear the loss of control in their lives. Such people may keep a tight rein on themselves, as well as seeking to control others or circumstances.
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