Depression. A Sudden Darkness.
Even though Mental Health is in the news frequently these days, depression is still often recognised or acknowledged. And it seems to me that a lot of different emotions are bundled together and labelled Depression.
Bach Flower Remedies is a brilliant and highly successful way of treating depression (of any kind), but first you must select the remedy that suits you best. This can be tricky, so I have 2 FREE guides to help you choose.
There’s one depression that seems to affect so many. And there are two key characterises of this depression. And if they describe your depression, then this remedy is for you.
There was something wrong but Molly couldn’t put her finger on what it was. She felt tried. No. She was more than tired – she was weary. To use her gran’ma’s words (although old fashioned they explain just how Molly felt) she was filled with melancholy and was in a deep gloom. And the most annoying thing (but Molly didn’t really have the energy to be annoyed) she didn’t know why or where this terrible feeling had come from.
Where did this feeling come from? She was fine and then suddenly, out of the blue, her world turn black and dark – into what everyone called, ‘depressed’. How Molly hated that word. It sounded so ‘dark’ and final. But she couldn’t find a reason for being so low. There was no logical reason for this terrible gloom that had beset her.
Molly really didn’t feel like doing anything. She couldn’t even be bothered to watch junk on the TV. But the sofa seem to have a magnetic attraction. Time passed slowly and she seem to lie there for ages, sometimes dozing and sometimes not.
But it didn’t help how she felt. She dreaded her friends calling as she didn’t have the energy to listen or talk to them – and anyway, she knew she’d end up crying she they asked her how she was! It seemed she cried about everything and had no control over it!
Molly was heavy with the weight of these feelings and she was unable to pull herself out of it. She usually could change her emotional state by changing her thoughts – but not this time.
She was at the mercy of this feeling that seemed to have a life of it’s own – it was out of her control.
Molly needed Mustard. Winston Churchill referred to his depression as a ‘black dog’. If you’re in need of Mustard, you feel as if a black cloud suddenly descends on you and you live in this heavy fog of what is called depression. Apart from not knowing why it came, you have no idea if it’ll ever go away.
But then, one day – it lifts – as suddenly as it came.
If you can related to any three of the above feelings, then Mustard will lift the cloud and let the light of joy return to your life.
Although Mustard is one of the most commonly bought remedies, there are 38 remedies and all have the same powerful ability to change your feelings and so change your life. Click here to get your FREE guides to the Bach Flower Remedies.
Over to you.
As always I love to hear from you, so please leave a comment with your thoughts about this remedy or other remedies.
Great information and beautifully written. So many people seem to feel like that now.
So good to know that the remedies clear those heavy feelings. Julian Barnard writes to beautifully and with great soul. Thank you Rose. Jen
Hello Jen. Thank you for leaving a comment. I’m always pleased to receive them.
Thank you for your kind words. The remedies are wonderful and can help heal every one of emotions.
As you can tell, I just love them!
I agree, Julian Barnard’s knowledge, understand and writings are a tremendous help to anyone who wants to know more about the Bach Flower Therapy.
Thank you Jen.
When is your next course ?
Hello Meena. Both my courses are on linem so you can start them when ever you’re ready. And you can work at your own pace. All the information you need is on the website. Enjpy your Bach studies. Rose
I am really enjoying learning about all of these remedies, through your blog and through the course. Thank you so much for the above post. It really is very helpful and insightful.
Thank you for leaving a comment. I’m really glad you enjoy the blogs and find them helpful – particularly as your working on the Bach On-Line course at the moment. The blog, as well as being a way to ‘spread the word’ to help others heal their pain and fears, is a great support to the Course, as is the Bach Flower Facebook Group.
I’m really glad you find them helpful. Thank you for writing.