Flower essences can be a wonderful way to support healing in your children, and they can be a safe and gentle complement to conventional medicine. 

Once again my son is motivated, confident, and feeling good about himself. Not only that, he now has a greater understanding of what’s expected of him, is more calm and relaxed as well as centred, balanced and coherent.

He wasn’t like this several weeks ago, far from it, and so I decided to purchase a combination bottle of flower essences called Confid Essence. This particular combination was taken over a two week period, twice per day, and helped him deal with low self-esteem issues, guilt, and shyness. It’s almost like there’s a new kid in town.

So far there’s never been a time where I haven’t had great results whilst taking these essences. They’re not conventional medicine; rather their healing qualities are vibrational and work on the mind, body, and spirit concept.

With their unique vibrational qualities, flower essences have been used throughout the ages by many cultures for health and healing. They’re used to clear, and resolve emotional states and imbalances found within our system by taking drops under the tongue. I sometimes use them in combination with essential oils (aromatherapy) in my oil burner and sometimes even in the bath water. 

Everything in the known universe vibrates (quantum physics) - even we have a unique vibrational rate, and so do flowers and other plant life.

I love flower essences, because they’re safe to use not only for adults but also for animals and children. Of the many different essences I’ve tried over the years, the Australian Bush Flower Essences have been the most effective for me. I live in Australia and resonate at a very deep level with this country, although my origins lie in Europe.

There are many wonderful and unique essences to choose from around the globe including, but not limited to, the following:

Flower (Bach, Alaskan, Australian Bush Flower, FES), Ancient Rainforest, Animal, Shell, Coral, Gem, Crystal, Angel, Goddess, EarthSpirit.

To locate a practitioner and/or supplier near you simply do an Internet search for any of the words or phrases above and ending with "Essences" (eg.  Flower Essences, Animal Essences, etc).

From personal experience, the more often these essences are used the greater the benefits.  However, if there’s no issue, there’s no reason for taking them. They’ll only work when an issue has presented itself.

Not only does my son take them on occasion, but so has my daughter, particularly when she was entering her teenage years. The drops she was taking at the time were called Adol Essence and helped her deal with issues of insensitivity, rebelliousness, and a "not fair" attitude, among other issues teenagers face as they move into a new phase of life. Adol Essence was a great sanity-saver for her mother!  

How do I or did I know they worked you might ask? 

Because I know the behaviors of my children and their personalities, I’ve been able to monitor any changes, however subtle, when they take these essences. What I notice and become aware of, I write in a journal and compare the before and after.

Taking flower essences doesn’t mean ignoring conventional medicine. I use both where and when appropriate. The two can easily be used to complement each other.

I’m all for health and healing the mind, body, and spirit without the use of drugs, particularly for my children. Flower essences are simply another avenue (of which there are many) along the path of healing.

Want to learn how to use flower essences even when the specific flowers aren't available? Check out our affordable course, Virtual Flower Essences.

Author: 
Michaela Scherr

Michaela is a Transformational Coach, certified practitioner of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), writer, and Metaphysician who is totally committed to helping others create positive and action oriented changes to their lives.

Michaela is the author of several e-books and is also publisher of a monthly newsletter called From My Desk, an engaging, inspirational, and often humorous newsletter which offers "real life" tips aimed towards achieving a more peaceful, spiritual and fulfilled "real" life.

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