Chestnut Bud - Free yourself from old patterns

Chestnut Bud - Aesculus hippocastanum

Handsome tree, up to 25 m high, with thick trunk and large crown; the winter buds are large, dark brown and shiny, full of resin and sticky; when opening they are used for the extraction of the essence.
Distribution: Europe, Asia, America
Opening of the buds: April

Chestnut Bud

Keywords: learning ability, maturity, understanding
Brief Description: for the ones, who do not learn from their experiences and repeat them again and again.
Energy: Yang energy
Chakra: Brow

Chestnut Bud

The essence

Chestnut Bud - a bud essence, no flower essence
Helps with recurrent patterns when you apparently have moved in a vicious circle, that brings you again and again right back where you already stumbled earlier - and you stumble again.

If you do not recognize the lessons, just do not realize what life wants to tell you, then you should try Chestnut Bud Essence. It supports the learning, makes the pattern transparent, teaches, how it works, what it means and how you can protect yourself from having to repeat it. Finally you get into a position to draw conclusions from your bad luck and change it. The essence enables you to break with old, annoying habits, so that you engage in situations no longer where you have nothing to gain, and consciously decide how to proceed there.

©Dirk Albrodt

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