Category Archives for "Bach Flower Remedies"

Medicine Man to Mystic. Bach’s Transformational Journey

This is the story of Edward Bach’s transformational journey from Medicine Man to Mystic.  Bach died on 27th November 1936 (85 years ago) so I’d like to dedicate this article to this amazing man, his discoveries and the development of his incredibly powerful healing system – the Bach Flower Remedies. Perhaps ‘Mystic’ is not quite […]

The A Word – Children on the Autistic Spectrum

This is not like my usual blogs but I believe it’s important.  I recently watched a programme about a young boy who was on the Autistic Spectrum.  It was very interesting, but very sad – for the child and the parents. Please don’t click away now.  I know this subject is not relevant to everyone. […]

Bach Blog. Not Learning From Experience

You’ve heard people say “oh, so and so has happened again.  I’m obviously not learning my lesson about this”! Or “I’ve done it again – when will I learn?”  Well that sums up this week’s remedy.    Chestnut Bud – the second ‘non-flower’ flower remedy of the Bach Flower Remedies as it’s made from the […]

The Perfectionist

Let me introduce you to The Perfectionist! If you have a strong will-power, I’m not sure you’d recognise the traits of being Thje Perfectionist, or think that you’re too hard on yourself or having a too rigid view of life, in yourself, but you might recognise them in another.  (It’s easier to recognising things in […]

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 […]

Bach Blog. Through the Darkness Into Light

Depression! Bach Flower Remedies  can help you walk through the darkness into the light of hope Depression is extremely debilitating.  It drags you down into some of the deepest and darkest of your emotions. It can take you down into despair, hopelessness and loneliness.  But no matter what  you’re feeling there is a Bach Flower […]

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