Honeysuckle - love the past - live the present

Honeysuckle - Lonicera caprifolium

perennial, up to 6 m long vine, creeping over hedges and small trees; old garden plant; fragrant, cream-coloured flowers, tinged with pink at the end of the stem
Distribution: Europe, America
Flowering time: June to August


Keywords: letting go of the past, realism
Brief description: Helps with mental escape into the past; enables to be here and now enjoying the present
Chakra: Brow Chakra


The essence

Honeysuckle is for old-fashioned people who glorify the past and yearn back to the good old days. Each current event is compared to the golden age - and of course cuts off lousy. However there is only one time you can live in: the present, even if you find it stressfull, difficult and hard to cope with. Once you thought you had everything under control and now you need a smartphone to use the central station‘s bathroom (speaking over control).


Unfortunately rejecting the obvious is no real option when you want to live a happy life. Honeysuckle is an essence that whets the appetite for the present. It makes curious of what transition and change may bring. The beautiful memories of the past will not fade away - we get the opportunity to add a few new ones.

Growth and change can be easier appreciated, when you accept the help of Honeysuckle. The idea is to concentrate more on what is and still comes instead of experience you made long ago. Lessons from the past: Yes - Remain stuck in it: no. The essence makes it as simple as that.

©Dirk Albrodt

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