Three Bach flowers to accompany the emotional states of all those who feel isolated and/or lonely.
Water Violet, the flower of openness (34)
Water violet is a plant that grows in slow or stagnant streams, marshes and ditches.
Water violet is the flower of communication. The Water Violet Bach Elixir is primarily for those who might be described as cold, distant, untouchable people.
Indeed, people with Water Violet vibrancy feel different, not quite fitting in and as a result gradually withdraw from the world and lock themselves away in an ivory tower. The fortress erected around them makes them seem unreachable. But at the same time, it must be admitted that being apart suits them... Paradoxically, this deep feeling of rejection is amplified by the fear of actually being rejected. It's a vicious circle.
Water Violet personalities have been put on a pedestal by others and sometimes have a hard time coming down and making themselves available.
There's really this notion of me and others in people with the Water Violet vibration.
Water Violet in its negative state ends up being proud, superior, enclosed in their shell. However, with Bach's Elixir, difference becomes an asset and communication with the outside world takes place. No more worldliness, only simplicity and inclusion.
Impatience, Bach's elixir for the impatient (18)
Impatiens is a plant that can reach 180 cm in height and grows along rivers, on banks and in wetlands.
Impatience is the flower of the notion of time. As its name suggests, Impatiens is the Bach Flower related to emotional states of impatienceand sometimes intolerance. Impatiens type people often feel inner frustration when the world around them does not move fast enough. The pace of others is often deemed too slow or at least not fast enough. Impatiens are not the type of people who think before they act. They act and then think...
By taking the Impatiens elixir, you gain diplomacy and tolerance, you respect everyone's pace, as well as your own. Because very often, this impatience is an escape from reality, from the present, a lack of anchoring and all amplified by a need for control. This Bach Flower is also useful for people who feel an inner sense of urgency to live, as if death could come at any moment. By extension, Impatiens effectively accompanies people with death anxiety with all that this implies: over-activity, needing to fill in the blanks, difficulty falling asleep, doing nothing, doesn't get to the end of a process or botches it to string together a new project...
Impatiens puts you back in the present, in your body, in the space-time of the here & now. The Bach flower Impatiens is a great help to become aware of the natural rhythms of each person and that of Nature, your greatest Master.
Heather, the Bach Flower of individuation (14)
Heather. Be careful not to confuse it with the red flowered heather. Heather's mauve-pink flowers bloom between July and September on heaths, former swamps and acidic ground.
Heather is the flower of identity. She accompanies people who are dependent, who live only through the eyes of others and who are in constant need of reassurance. She participates in the individuation process by helping the person concerned to forge a unique identity within a group.
People with a bad Heather aspect can be people who talk a lot, who take up a lot of space, who are in demand. They don't realize that they are monopolizing the speaking time. They have an immense need to exchange, to share, to interact. They also need others to feel important, useful, to feel they exist.
By taking heather elixir, the person becomes an independent, listening adult is open to the world. This Bach flower acts as a catalyst. It helps to gain confidence, grow, mature and become independent.