Amble Willowrose - Heals the wounds of childhood

Amble Willowrose - Zottiges Weidenröschen - Epilobium hirsutum

Amble Willowrose

up to 1.40 m high, member of the Evening Primrose family, loves clay soil and moisture, hairy stems, flowers in loose clusters, purple petals, 1-2 cm long.
Distribution: Europe, America
Flowering time: May to September

Amble Willowrose

Keywords: alleviation of childhood injuries
Short description: heals injuries of children and the inner child; enables to reject responsibility, if it is too great for one; helps to develop courage and curiosity.
Energy: Yin energy
Chakras: Base, sacral, solar plexus and heart chakra
Acupuncture Meridian: Heart Meridian

Amble Willowrose

The essence:

This flower essence is indicated for healing the injuries of childhood or for children upon who too much responsibility is imposed, for example if one parent is absent and the child is expected to replace it. The reason may ne the death of the husband/wife respectively his or her leaving or maybe just absence caused by regular night shifts. A child however is unable to cope with such a social role, it can not understand what is expected from it. This can be an overwhelming burden and cause harm to the child‘s development.

Amble Willowrose

If a child loses his lightheartedness by a single trauma or repetitive strain, it tends to build a wall on around itself to keep away the additional burden. However they remain powerless, wounded, and develop a victim mentality and a high potential for addiction. The childlikeness, which also means vulnerability, is lost outside of this wall.

Amble Willowrose
Amble Willowrose Seed

Amble Willowrose helps to exceed your limits, to re-open to relationships and be able to relate to others, even sexually.

©Dirk Albrodt

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