Blackberry - See the whole picture

Blackberry - Brombeere - Rubus fruticosus

1 - 2 m high member of the Rubus genus in the Rosaceae family; arching or trailing, prickly stems; palmately divided leaves; five-petalled white to pale pink flowers; frequent occurrence along forest edges, trails.
Distribution: Europe, America
Flowering time: June to August


Keywords: From vision to understanding
Brief description: Helps with poor concentration, forgetfulness and mental confusion, to regain a clear view; lets one see the basic pattern.
Chakra: Brow Chakra


The essence

Blackberry brings the thoughts back in order, if they are confused. E.G. when the short-term memory decreases, you can not remember what you actually wanted in the room that you just entered, or if the name of that person right in front of you ... eh ... what did you say?

The essence supports learns and helps to understand the underlying principles of what you are busy with. How entangled the paths of truth may be, Blackberry will help recognize the basics. It does not only sharpen the sense of sight, it also helps in assembling and understanding of visual information. This affects the spatial vision, as well as the identification of solutions and / or a way out. You do not have to struggle any more, but recognize the natural ways and solutions. That will help to save a lot of energy and stress.

Different stages of maturity at the same time

This flower coordinates front and rear as well as right brain and left brain, which means it fosters a holistic understanding. Finally, this flower enables to notice the inner rhythm and adapt to it, it helps to live in harmony with yourself. To combine vision, analysis and intuition to compose a new kind of visual comprehension, that is the quality of Blackberry.

©Dirk Albrodt

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