Crab Apple - Purity

Crab Apple - Holzapfel - Malus sylvestris

Small, up to 10 m tall tree with thornless or sometimes thorny branches; bark brown, cracked and scaly; oval, elliptical leaves; flowers white to pink, 3-4 cm in diameter.
Distribution: Europe, Asia, America
Flowering time: May

Crab Apple

Keywords: self-acceptance, self love, purification
Brief description: Helps with need for excessive cleanliness and self-disgust, helps to accept yourself and your body
Energy: Yin energy
Chakra: Basis Chakra
Ear-Acupoint: Allergy-point in the ear

Crab Apple

The essence

Crab Apple brings those people inner peace, who are always unhappy with themselves, who feel deformed, ugly, dirty or otherwise negatively conspicuous.

Since they feel unclean, cleanliness and order concern these people. The Crab Apple personality immediately feels uncomfortable when his need for cleanliness is not shared by others. Some need to wash abnormally frequently, make-up or clean the apartment, are afraid of filth, germs and infections. They do not feel comfortable in their skin, and sometimes the skin shows this by rashes, eczema or allergic reactions.

Crab Apple

Crab Apple enables relaxation. It teaches to recognize the perfection of the self and the body as it is, to accept the way you are - with you big nose or pimples or boldness, and finally be at peace with yourself.

©Dirk Albrodt

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