Monday, July 8, 2013

Seasonal Flower Essences

As I was researching flower essences recently, I wondered whether there is any correlation between the seasons and flower essences. Given that flower essences are an energetic link to nature, it wasn't surprising to find that certain flower essences are associated with certain seasons. There are no hard and fast rules as to which flower essences you should take during a specific season; rather, there seems to be a pattern or correlation between what types of issues surface during different parts of the year. For example, during the winter, especially where the climate is harsher and sunlight is infrequent, one may turn to a flower essence such as St. John's Wort for help from anxiety or depression. To learn more about Winter/Spring remedies, click here.

Flower essences can also be used proactively instead of in reaction to how one feels at a certain time of year. For example, one may choose to use Christchurch Flower Essences' summer flower essences to deepen spiritual growth. This article details specific flower essences including Canterbury Bells and Dogwood which can be used to deepen one's spiritual practice.

Have you used a particular flower essence or flower essence blend through a season? Do you tend to reach for certain flower essences in the summer and other flower essences during the winter? Leave us a comment in the Comments section by clicking on the title of this post.

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