Edward Bach (1886-1936), was an English bacteriologist and homeopathic physician. He had the conviction that illness was the result of internal imbalance induced by repressed or mismanaged emotions. He therefore became interested in homeopathy and then, in his English countryside, he began to research plants and more particularly the flowers growing near his home. Thus, in contact with them, he created a new method of natural care based on :
a spiritual vision
a therapeutic objective embodied by the famous "heal thyself
a new form of diagnosis
the choice of plants with a high vibratory rate
a unique method of preparation by solar maceration and decoction
the principle of self-healing
the use by the greatest number of people
a return to the essential
The discovery of Bach flower essences and the classification of the 7 groups
Edward Bach discovered the flowers of the soul in three successive steps. He first developed the "Twelve Healers" and then added the "Four Supporters" before finishing with twenty additional plants among the flowers, trees and shrubs.
Thus, there are 7 groups grouping emotional states.
those who are afraid
those who are subject to doubt and uncertainty
those who lack interest in reality
those who feel isolated
those who are too permeable to interference and ideas from others
those who suffer from discouragement or despair
those who want too much to do good for others
Flower essences, how they work
To understand how Bach flowers work, you have to integrate that it is an energy and informational therapy.
A floral elixir is water (with alcohol added for some) that would have been impregnated by the vibratory signature of a specific flower. To quickly understand how an elixir works, we must remember that in the universe, everything is vibration. Dr Masaru Emoto, known for his work on the memory of water and the effects of thought and emotions (which are vibrations) on it, has indeed understood this. Thus, water would have the capacity to record and retransmit a vibratory imprint.
As each of our emotions has a particular vibrational signature, it changes the crystallization of the water present in our body. You don't radiate the same way when you are at peace or angry, neither do your cells...
The plants chosen in these elixirs also have this particularity. They have a radiation, a vibration that responds to certain states of the soul thus allowing to reharmonize them.
How to take Bach flowers
The Bach flowers are vibrational remes that can be used by all living beings: humans, animals and plants. Thus, the great interest in using these elixirs is that they work on the subtle and are without side effects. Fragile people, convalescents, babies, pregnant women, etc. can benefit fully and without danger. However, if you choose the wrong ones, they will have no effect on you. It is strongly advised to call upon a practitioner to correctly identify the emotions that are going through you.
The dosage is determined according to your emotional and vibrational state. Bach flowers act on the energetic sphere, so they require to be taken in a personalized way.
The Bach flowers are consumed pure or diluted in a glass of water or in a large bottle of water. The quantity of drops is not the most important, because it is the vibratory information of the flower in the water that will act and not its concentration in active principle. Therefore, the regularity of the intake is essential for a lasting effect.
One-time intake or cure: which to choose?
As part of a psychotherapeutic background work, the Bach flowers effectively accompany the transmutation of emotional memories. For this, the 21-day cure will be recommended.
A blow of stress or an emotional shock will be relieved thanks to a punctual catch just before an examination, an oral passage, to take the plane .... or after a traumatism such as a mourning, an abortion...