Flower Remedies

Total classroom hours: 15

Description:  The difference between flower remedies and herbal remedies is that flower remedies have had the physical chemistry of each flower diluted out. What’s left is the mental/emotion make up of the flower. Each flower has it’s own mental emotional profile which helps us through our mental and emotional issues that match the profile of the flower being used. We may be aware that we have buried thoughts and feelings in order to go on with our everyday life, and in some cases even continue to survive, but we are probably not aware of the mechanics that it took physiologically to suppress those traumas. These remedies are considered true Healers in that they have the potency to access stored traumas in ways that we as humans cannot do intellectually. Very often low back pain, or pain in general, is the result of the physical structure being saturated and weakened by the suppression of our mental and emotional history. Massage and bodywork coupled with flower remedies are a great way to get at pain from both ends.

We present two systems of flowers remedies: the original by Dr. Edward Bach, as well as another by Dr. Robert Stevens.

Listen in: Dr. Robert Stevens describes flower remedies and his experiences with them—

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Listen in: How do we teach flower essences? By keeping the system simple and the uses very practical. Dr. Robert Stevens explains—

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Listen in: How are flower essences made? How do they work? Dr. Robert Stevens
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