The 6 Bach flowers to accompany emotional states of doubt and uncertainty
Cerato the flower of intuition (5)
Cerato is a plant native to the Himalayas with small, pale blue flowers. It is usually picked in August and September.
Cerato is the flower of intuition. It accompanies those who have difficulty trusting their inner voice. Cerato people are often those who always seek the advice of those around them for any kind of question despite the fact that the answer is already within them.
Cerato flower elixir brings tranquility, certainty and avoids being swayed by the arguments of others. Cerato reconnects you to your inner power.
Gorse, the flower of hope (13)
Gorse grows on stony ground in dry meadows. Its flowers are of a bright yellow and bloom from February to June.
Gorse is the flower of hope. It accompanies that state of being when one feels a deep loneliness,when one is resigned and gives up all hope.
Gorse Elixir helps to reach deep within oneself for new hope and resources to move forward. It restores confidence in life and in oneself. Like its bright flowers at the end of winter, thisBach flower brings bursts of hope when everything seems painful and insurmountable.
Gentian, the flower of faith (12)
Gentian grows on cliffs and dunes. Its color is a shade of blue to purple and its flowers bloom from August to October.
Gentian is the flower of faith. Gentian people are those who refuse to be guided by their intuition because they have lost all faith in life. They analyze, intellectualize, cogitate, ruminate and are particularly pessimistic.
Gentian thus helps to cut through this negative state of skepticism and invites the person in the Gentian state to take another look at life, a much more open look.
Hornbeam, the flower of dynamism (17)
Hornbeam is a tree that is commonly found in our regions. The male flowers are hanging and the erect female flowers open in April and May.
Hornbeam is the flower of dynamism. It accompanies people who feel morally tired and who also feel great lassitudebecause they are locked into a routine on autopilot. Pleasure is no longer what drives actions.
By taking the hornbeam elixir, you clear your thoughts, reconnect to your Higher Self and to what really brings you joy.
Scleranthus, the flower of balance (28)
Scleranthus is a bushy plant of maximum 70 cm height. It usually grows in wheat fields. Its flowers open from July to September
Scleranthus is the flower of balance. This flower elixir accompanies people who hesitate between two possibilities. It helps one to take action and truly listen to what is going on within. The Scleranthus person tends to remain frozen by his hesitations because for him, "to choose is to give up".
The scleranthus elixir will help you make a decision at the right time and the right one for you at the moment T because in the end, "choosing is creating".
Wild Oat, the flower of vocation (36)
Wild Oat is a very common grass in our latitudes. It grows wild in gardens, roadsides and in the countryside. Its hermaphroditic flowers are found as fruits in the spikelets.
Wild Oat and the flower of vocation. When we observe the wild oat in its natural environment, we notice that it pitches in the wind. This back and forth reminds us of that state when we have no clear goal and/or are going in all directions. This being mainly due to an unchannelled bubbling creativity.
Wild Oat Elixir helps to find a certain axis, a verticality, a refocusing that allows one to go to the essence and truly anchor oneself to get to the end of things.