Magnolia - Meditation and inner peace

Magnolia - Magnolie - Magnolia soulangeana

3-6 m tall tree, the most common one of the Magnolia genus; leaves 10-15 cm long, obovate; solitary flowers in various shades of white, pink, and purple, petals more than 6cm wide and about 10cm long.
Distribution: Europe, North America
Flowering time: April, May

Magnolia

Keywords: insight, peace, meditation
Brief description: meditation help, when you want to become quiet and be open and receptive, understand yourself, your inner voice, intuition; inner cleansing.
Chakras: all the chakras, especially Crown Chakra
Acupoint: Governor 20

Magnolia

The essence

Magnolia essence is used to clarify a situation and / or the symptoms. It‘s about breaking up obsolete structures, which prevent to get to the core of a problem. The essence is used for meditation. It brings insight into your own true nature, reconciliation and inner peace. Obstacles along the way will be cleared. If a consultation does not really indicate what a person is lacking, Magnolia may be given at the beginning of the treatment, possibly in combination with a flower for addiction and / or relaxing essence.

Magnolia

Magnolia is also working on the physical level, it is ideal in combination with Dandelion for relaxation and Sunflower and Sycamorebud for targeted energy transfer in a specific area of the body, where it has come to hardening and deposits. The flower helps you to break through blockages in thinking and knowing. When someone does not see the forest for the trees, cannot recognize the obvious or is afraid to make progres in his personal development.

Unlike other flower essences, which are usually taken 4 drops four times daily, it is advisable to take Magnolia only in the morning first, in the second week in the evening, then like the rest of the flower essences.

©Dirk Albrodt

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