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Quince Tree (Pear Tree): Trusting Men

Quince Tree (Pear Tree): Trusting Men

Crataegus Mordensis loba; Rosaceae

Quince helps us trust the natural sweetness and strength of masculine energy often hidden behind cultural masks. Fortifying quiet inner strength, Quince encourages us to re-approach men after negative experiences have left a residue of fearful mistrust. The essence helps us appreciate true masculine qualities in others and to integrate them within ourselves. For super-women locked in overdrive, young boys without fathers, and men seeking to open their hearts, Quince supports the emergence of balanced masculine energy.

Flower color: pale pink;
Musical term
: a flute solo, outdoors

Zinnia elegans; Compositae. Youth and ageZinnia encourages the adult spontaneity needed for a mature creative expression. It inspires the playfully focused
Malva sylvestris ‚zebrina‘: MalvaceaeStimulating the spin of the chakras, Zebra Mallow quickens our life force. Strongly spinning chakras increase
Achillea filipendulina; CompositaeYellow Yarrow supports us during times of vulnerability when we reach a new plateau and are trembling with uncertainty.
Asiatic Lily ‚Yellow Brushmark‘; LiliaceaeYellow Lily supports appropriate ruthlessness, helping us cut away what is no longer necessary while
Eranthis; RanunculaceaeWinter Aconite supports our emergence with a powerful, dedicated simplicity. It fosters joy by exciting a sense of inner sunshine.
Written by Andrea Mathieson Created: Saturday, 03 September 2016 05:57