Cassia - Cassia corymbosa



Healing Challenges

  • For feeling lost or incomplete.
  • For feeling alienated from oneself.
  • For soul depression.
  • For a victim mentality.
  • For feeling trapped in old patterns of behaviour.
  • For feeling dull and uninspired and lacking ideas.
  • For addictions to a substance, relationship, cause or life situation.
  • Energetically assists with constipation, diarrhoea, diverticulitis, polyps, twisted bowel and colon cancer.
  • For inability to ‘see’.


Healing Outcomes

  • For self- empowerment and confidence.
  • Strengthens the will.
  • Restores faith in oneself.
  • For optimism.
  • Brings clarity and new vision.
  • Assists in creating healing visualisations.
  • Strengthens the digestive system, works powerfully on the Liver, Gallbladder, Colon and Kidney.
  • The ‚Wounded Healer’ remedy.
  • Eases ‘Saturn Return’ time in one’s life.
  • Energetically aids vision


Description

Fast-growing shrubs from the old and new world, this particular variety is known as the Buttercup Tree and is characterised by butter- yellow clusters of 3.8 cm. (1.5 inches) flowers.

It flowers around Easter and is considered a weed in the sense that it grows on the borders of the re-growth frontier in tropical growth areas. It is a native of tropical America; however, there are several native Australian Cassias, more particularly suited to dry districts.
Doctrine of Signatures

The flower has three heart-shaped petals, which form the ‚top‘ of the flower and two cup-like petals completing the circle, making up five petals in all.

From the centre, two yellow anthers looking like arms reach out in a supportive embrace, upholding the heart. Between these two, a single green stigma projects outwards and upwards, calling energy back to the heart.

At the very centre of the flower, a globe-like arrangement (reminiscent of an energy-saving globe) protrudes forward, topped by three miniature heart-shaped clusters that echo the heart-shaped petals directly above them.

The centre is green and the petals are a clear bright yellow.

This genus produces the senna pods of medicine, the properties of which are purgative. They prompt an urgent, complete bowel evacuation.

Your Healing Challenges For fear of childbirth. For loathing of the menstrual cycle. For fear of not being able to conceive naturally. For lack of
Your Healing Challenges For melancholy, despondency and despair. For lack of trust, having no faith in an outcome. For the after-effects of jetlag. For
Your Healing Challenge For despondency at having to ‘go it alone’. For timidity, shyness or inadequacy in connecting with others. For lack of
Your Healing Challenges For tiredness and exhaustion. For feeling weighed down by responsibility. For the urge to escape the every-day drudgery of
Your Healing Challenges For the after-effects of violent anger. For after-shock of arguments, verbal and physical abuse, sexual abuse, domestic violence. For
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