Erich Bischof

Erich Bischof

Erich Bishop is a certified flower essences therapist and artist. In everything Erich does he wants to act for the benefit of the modern human - while acting with love and humility for nature. In his life Erich has discovered the primal forces of nature and its wonderful healing methods which he wants to pass.

Before he beame a therapist he worked as a chemical technician when his life took an abrupt turn by a separation. During this experience he found new energy in nature and decided to engage intensively with plants and their primal forces.

Erich sees his task as being a link between man and nature. He sincerely believes that all people can be healthy and happy and it is his continuing vision that his Blütenkraft essences will help people back on their original lifepath: „Plants mirror the state of mind of humans. What the people miss, the plant can compensate. „You have a problem? Erich Bishop helps to find a solution.“

Fifteen years ago, Erich began to develop his 54 new Swiss flower essences. The spectrum of the known 38 Bach Flower in his opinion seem to ignore certain topics of the present time, that is why he created these new essences. Erich’s Blütenkraft essences speak to people on an emotional level and can balance every aspect of life and maintain the inner harmony.

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