Search

Who is online

We have 21 guests and no members online

Latest Blogs

Latest Comments

  • some guy said More
    Can we learn how it does what it does? Friday, 08 May 2015
  • Anonymous said More
    You may try it here:... Friday, 27 December 2013
  • Anonymous said More
    Anyone know where I can find this... Sunday, 22 December 2013
  • Findhornflowers said More
    It's great to see flower essences... Tuesday, 22 May 2012
  • Findhornflowers said More
    A wonderful story and all the more... Monday, 21 May 2012

Eye of the Tiger - Scaphosepalum anchoriferum

Eye of the Tiger - Scaphosepalum anchoriferum

Strongly energising and yang, this essence is likely to be experienced in one of two ways. It will either bring strength and almost fierce focus to the solar plexus and heart chakras, as well as the ajana centre; or will be experienced as bringing joy and optimism. In either case it brings a strength of heart and a renewal of purpose to one’s day.

Eye of the Tiger motivates one to confront hidden issues of the central body chakras, as well as confronting the same challenges externally. Its action then moves into the higher chakra domain.

Shadow Descent may be regarded as a cousin to Shadow Warrior (which botanically it is). Shadow Warrior is one of the most important essences in our line,
Has little response in the lower chakras, with its anchor point in the Heart Chakra, but it then rises to the 14th, 19th, 20th, 22nd Chakras. Amongst other
This is a profound and very significant essence to heal and release deeply-held sorrow of the soul. Many people carry a sense of abiding sadness in their
Soul Dancer enables one to see the joy and beauty in Life’s dance. Allows us to release the clown in us, to simply and more fully appreciate the natural
Acts in part as an emotional & energetic spam filter, enabling one to disregard some of the myriad demands on one’s attention, to create a self-protective
Back to Top