Sweet Chestnut - Deal with the unimaginable

Sweet Chestnut - Castanea sativa

up to 30 m tall tree with a trunk circumference of 10 meters at times; furrowed bark; leaves oblong-lanceolate, boldly toothed, 16–28 cm long and 5–9 cm broad; male flowers as white-yellow catkins, female flowers green.
Distribution: Europe, Asia
Flowering time: July

Sweet Chestnut

Keywords: courage, hope, perseverance
Brief description: Helps with total despair and feelings of hopelessness; helps to overstep one‘s boundaries
Energy: Yang energy
Chakra: Basis Chakra
Acupuncture Meridians: Directing Vessel, Governing Vessel

Sweet Chestnut

The essence

When the night is the darkest, despair the deepest and the abyss in front of you the most threatening, giving up is for most people only a question of time. But who gives up himself, can not be rescued by others. The flower essence of Sweet Chestnut can be the straw that is too weak to save you, but its existence can give you as much courage and strength as you need to rescue yourself.

Sweet Chestnut

What situations could that be, that make you suffer so much that it seems more than you believe to be able to bear? Think of the worst: the death of your child, the diagnostis AIDS, etc. It is not unusual to despair in the face of such circumstances. Unusually it is to deal with them. So you will need an unusual essence. Like Sweet Chestnut.

©Dirk Albrodt

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