Sunflower - Male Energy

Sunflower - Sonnenblume - Helianthus annuus

up to 3 m tall, annual plant with a thick, rough, hairy stem; flower heads on branches or individually at the upper end of the stem; circular flowerheads consisingt of many individual flowers
Distribution: worldwide
Flowering time: Summer

Sunflower

Keywords: Male Power
Description: helps to develop, enhance and act out male energy; assert yourself, stand tall, stand up for yourself; helps with identity conflicts
Energy: Yang energy
Chakra: Chakra
Acupuncture points: anti-helix of the ear (ear acupuncture)
Acupuncture Meridian: Governor

Sunbflower

The essence

Sunflower stands for a mature individuality, personal power and charisma. The essence strengthens the personality, the forces of the ego and the backbone. It brings the Yang-energy of ssertiveness and acts as a male counterpart of the Yin flower essence Pomegranate. In the first place Sunflowers is suitable for men who have not developed their masculinity in the course of their lives in a way they wanted it themselves. Reason for this may be a lack of male orientation, because the father was missing in the family.

Sunflower

This flower essence promotes the appreciation of masculine energy, which is a prerequisite in the development of one‘s own, and this applies to both men and women. Conflicts with men or masculinity may thus be an indication of an inner potential, which needs a little boost and reacts grateful to Sunflower.

Sunflower essence strengthens the personality, can thus be added to any combination. It teaches to walk upright‚ in the literal and figurative sense, and is therefore one of the most important flower in postural problems and back pain.

©Dirk Albrodt

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