31 Aug

Bach Flowers

Lissa Coffey

Lissa Coffey

Lissa Coffey

Bach Flowers are named for the late Edward Bach of England, a homeopathic doctor who discovered the thirty-eight flower remedies and their method of treatment.  Dr. Bach believed that in this life we have two purposes: to work on our Divine Purpose (to grow spiritually) and to serve our fellow human beings.  His theory was that if you are not doing both of these things, then disease can set in.

This system of healing is based on shifting the emotional energy of an individual through the vibrations found in specific flowers.  The essence of these flowers has been potentized into drops that can be administered in a variety of ways.  By shifting the vibratory energy connected with our emotions, our physical condition has been found to respond accordingly.

Rather than focus on the disease, Bach Flowers looks at the emotional state that is the root cause of disease.  Under stress from a negative emotional state, the body loses its natural resistance to disease and gets sick much more easily.  By correcting the emotional state, the disease will have nowhere to flourish and will naturally go away.  In Dr. Bach’s own words: “There is no true healing unless there is a change in outlook, peace of mind, and inner happiness.

This is an excerpt from “The Healthy Family Handbook” e-book available in the coffeyshop.

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