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Mock-Orange - Light in the heart

Mock-Orange - Pfeifenstrauch - Philadelphus coronarius

1 to 6 m high, deciduous, undemanding shrub; leaves ovate, opposite, simple, with serrated margins, 6-9 cm long; 5 to 11 white four-petalled flowers in clusters, 3 - 4 cm in diameter, fragrant
Distribution: native to North America, Central America, Asia and (locally) in southeast Europe
Flowering time: May, June


The essence

Keywords: clarity, purity, flexibility
Brief description: helps all who can not  perceive anything other than right angles and hate curves, opens the mind and the thinking
Chakra: Brow Chakra


Mock Orange demonstrates the chaos in the order, its petals are arranged geometrically, as if they have been officially aligned with the protractor, and yet the flower cluster acts as a whole and lively and exudes a vibrant sensual fragrance.

The essence stands for flexibility, clarity and sensuality. This flower is a bringer of light and therefore of great use to all those who are in darkness, and let suffering and grieving clouds their minds.


Mock Orange fosters the self-esteem and strengthens the heart. It supports lightworkers, helps with meditation and self-cleansing, brings light into underserved regions of the body, which leads to a better blood supply, and stimulates the self-healing forces. In addition, this essence serves as a harmonizer of apparently disharmonious flower combinations (eg for the dictatorial coward, who needs Vine and Centaury at the same time) and as a general enhancer of each mixture.

©Dirk Albrodt

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