Gorse - Self-conquest

Gorse - Ulex europaeus

1 to 1.5 m tall, evergreen shrub near paths and forest margins, prefers soil that is deficient in lime, needle-like leaves, flowers are golden yellow in the leaf axils of upper leaves
Distribution: Europe
Flowering time: May to June

Gorse

Keywords: hope, optimism, integration of negative experiences
Brief description: Helps with self-sacrifice; when you look at life as a vale of tears, with which you must come to terms with
Energy: Yang energy
Chakra: Throat Chakra

Gorse

The essence

Gorse is an essence for people who can be so overwhelmed by despair that they let go of their hope. Although family and friends may try to talk about new efforts, they are convinced of failure. They are people who seem to hold fast to their illness or their dire situation - perhaps because they fear it could get worse, since after all they have got to be used to their present state at last.

Gorse

Gorse brings the opportunity to be healthy and be successful into consciousness. The essence makes the unimaginable imaginable. You can recognize the meaning of suffering, learn from it and begin to grow again.

©Dirk Albrodt

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