A 38 Plant and Flower Process for healing the mind, to heal the body.
We all know that when our minds are run down, our body soon follows. Within the past century, Medical scientist and doctors have begun to explore this concept. Once such medical professional was:
Dr. Edward Bach.
Dr Bach studied medicine at Birmingham University, completed his training at University College Hospital in London and qualified as a physician in 1912. One his main interest dealt with immunology, and the correlation between a persons psychological state and physical condition. During is work as a pathologist and bacteriologist at the London Homoeopathic Hospital he was inspired by the work of Samuel Hahnemann (the father of homoeopathy), and his belief that the medical community should concentrate on treating the patient, and not the disease.
After expensive research, Dr. Bach found several vaccines for varying ailments, but he knew his work would not be complete until he found a treatment for the negative moods and emotions that were responsible for the breakdown in health in the first place.
His research continued until he had identified 38 basic negative states of mind and created a plant or flower based remedy for each one.
Dr Bach based his work on a profound philosophy: · life is seen as a learning process · ill health, whether mental or physical, is to help us understand more about ourselves and the purpose of our lives · health is achieved through harmony between our physical and spiritual selves, so the body can be free to begin its own natural healing process · the mind and body will remain in a state of health, if emotional equilibrium can be maintained
How to take the Bach Flower Remedies ·
First consult your family doctor, then if additional instruction needed, and with the approval of your family doctor seek out a licensed/registered Holistic Practitioner. I provide now only basic information. Your practitioner will provide direct instruction for you.
General Instructions – Dilute two drops* of the remedy in a glass of water and sip at intervals (*4 drops for Rescue Remedy) · For multiple use add two drops of each chosen remedy (no more than seven) to a 30 ml bottle, top up with mineral water and take four drops at least four times a day · If necessary the Bach Flower Remedies can be dropped neat onto the tongue, or rubbed onto the lips, behind the ears, or on the temples and wrists · Bach Flower Remedies can be used as often as desired. In a crisis you may need only one dose but for a continuing emotional problem you can take them for as long as needed
How to Storage
Bach Flower Remedies must be stored · Out of sunlight · Away from heats above 25 Celsius · Away from magnetic fields (videos, speakers) · Dust and Water Free
SOURCE GUIDE: Bach Flower Massage by Dr. Lo Rito