Dr. Bach's Flower Remedies: Tapping Into the Positive Emotional Qualities of the Chakras

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North Atlantic Books, 2006 - Health & Fitness - 114 pages
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Although Dr. Bach worked intuitively to discover the flower remedies, the authors' view is that he was placing the remedies into groups related to the chakras. In placing the remedies into seven groups, he then allocated colors, which relate almost exactly to the rainbow colors of the chakras.

This book offers an understanding of Dr. Bach’s flower remedies in relation to the positive emotional qualities of the chakras, and provides a useful learning tool for the well-trained professional practitioner, as well as for the many people interested in Dr. Bach’s flower remedies, who find self-diagnosis a little daunting, especially if there is not an obvious remedy for their particular problem. This technique, along with working toward the positive qualities of the chakra system as opposed to focusing on the negative state, enables us to derive the maximum benefit from these wonderful remedies.

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About the author (2006)

Philip Salmon and Anna Jeoffroy have over 45 years of experience between them practicing and teaching complementary therapies. They began working together in the early 1990s and bring this vast wealth of knowledge and experience to the students in their professional Reflexology and post-graduate courses. (Visit their website at www.energyworks.co.uk.)

With this background to draw on, Salmon and Jeoffroy began researching Dr. Bach’s life and his remedies in the mid 1990s. Their philosophy gave them a profound insight into Dr. Bach's esoteric knowledge and professional background, both of which played a part in the creation of his remedies.

Both authors live in Potters Bar, Middlesex, UK.

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