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Snow-on-the-Mountain: Inner Union

Snow-on-the-Mountain: Inner Union

Euphorbia marginata; Euphorbiaceae or Spurge Family

Snow-on-the-Mountain supports the reality of union by underscoring the fact that we are spiritual beings living in a earthy body. Useful for perfectionists endlessly striving to better themselves or pessimists constantly seeing life’s frustrations, Snow-on-the-Mountain helps us to appreciate our polished talents and accept our less developed capacities. Through an infusion of love, the essence helps us be at peace with ourselves in any circumstance.

Flower color: white and green;
Musical term: fermata (hold, pause, suspend in time)

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.
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