Dictionary Of The Bach Flower Remedies

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Random House, Jun 30, 2011 - Health & Fitness - 96 pages
The thirty-eight Bach Flower Remedies are made from non-poisonous wild flowers and offer a simple means to establish inner harmony. This book is an essential dictionary listing the positive and negative qualities associated with each natural remedy. Whereas a person categorised by the positive aspect would have little need for the remedy in question, those who share the qualities listed under the negative aspect would benefit from taking it. There is also a separate section on the uses and health benefits of Rescue Remedy.

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Mental torture behind brave face
Vague fears of unknown origin
Weakwilled Subservient
Seeks advice and confirmation from others
Fear of mind giving way
Failure to learn from past mistakes
Possessive Selfish
Deep gloom with no origin Black depression
Despondent but struggles on
Complete exhaustion
Selfreproach Guilt
Anxiety for others
Self repression and denial
Uncertainty Indecision

Dreamers Lack of interest in present
Selfhatred Sense of uncleanliness
Overwhelmed by responsibility
Discouragement Despondency
Hopelessness Despair
Selfcentredness Selfconcern
Hatred Envy Jealousy
Lives in past
Monday morning feeling
Lack of confidence
Fear of known things
Extreme anguish
Tenseness Hyperanxiety
Domineering Inflexible
Protection from change and outside influences
Proud Aloof
Unwanted thoughts Mental arguments
Uncertainty regarding correct path in life
Resignation Apathy
The Rescue Remedy

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About the author (2011)

T W Hyne Jones was an expert in the Bach Flower Remedies and a close colleague of the late Nora Weeks, one of the founder members of the Doctor Edward Bach Centre.

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