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    Cerato Cerato Cerato Cherry Plum Cherry Plum Cherry Plum Cherry Plum Cherry Plum Chestnut bud Chestnut Bud Chicory Chicory Chicory Chicory Chicory Chicory Clematis Clematis Clematis Clematis Clematis Clematis Clematis Cows Crab Apple Crab Apple Crab Apple Crab Apple Crab Apple Cromer church Cromer church Cromer fishermen Cromer fishing tackle Cromer fishingboat Cromer fishingboat Cromer from pier Cromer pier Cromer pier Cromer pier Cromer pier Cromer pier Edward Bach Edward Bach gravestone Elm Elm Gentian Gentian Gorse Gorse Gorse Gorse Gorse Gorse Heather Heather Hills Hills Holly Holly Holly Holly Honeysuckle Honeysuckle Honeysuckle Honeysuckle Honeysuckle Honeysuckle Hornbeam Hornbeam Hornbeam Hornbeam Hornbeam Hornbeam Impatiens Impatiens Impatiens Impatiens Larch Larch Larch Larch Larch Larch Larch Lifeboat house Cromer Lifeboat House Cromer Making stock Mimulus Mimulus Mimulus Mimulus Mimulus Mustard Mustard Mustard Mustard Mustard Mustard North Bay Cromer Oak Oak Oak Oak Oak Olive Olive Olive Olive Olive Pine Pine Pine Pine Pine Red Chestnut Red Chestnut Red Chestnut Red Chestnut Red Chestnut Red Lion Red Lion Rock Rose Rock rose Rock Rose Rock Rose Rock Rose Rock Water Scleranthus Sheep Sheep South Bay Cromer South Bay Cromer Spring water Spring water Star of Bethlehem Star of Bethlehem Star of Bethlehem Star of

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  • Daniel Company Saffron Walden UK 1979 ISBN 0 85207 144 2 Book English Pocket sized account of the Bach remedies Healing Herbs of Edward Bach Barnard Julian and Barnard Martine Bach Educational Programme Hereford UK 1988 ISBN 0 9506610 4 X Book English Practical guide to recognising the plant and making the mother essences Healing Herbs of Edward Bach Barnard Julian and Barnard Martine Ashgrove Bath UK 1995 ISBN 1 85398 086 2 Book English New edition practical guide to recognising the plant and making the mother essences Patterns of Life Force Barnard Julian Bach Educational Programme Hereford UK 1987 ISBN 09506610 1 5 Book English A review of the life and work of Dr Edward Bach and his discovery of the Bach Flower Remedies Who Reigns on Your Parade Bear Jessica Balancing Essentials Press London UK 1990 Book English A self help guide to integrating Bach Flowers to remedy the co dependent incliuding a special chapter on the inner child British Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia British Association of Homoeopathic Manufacturers BAHM Langham UK 1993 ISBN 0 9521708 0 9 Book English Contains the attempt to classify Bach remedies as homoeopathic preparations British Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia British Association of Homoeopathic Manufacturers BAHM Langham UK 1999 ISBN 0 9521708 1 7 Book English Contains a further attempt to classify Bach remedies as homoeopathic preparations Journeyings along the path with Edward Bach Carrington Smith Denise Abbey Books Melbourne Australia 1995 ISBN 0 646 18481 4 Book English From Rock Rose to Rock Water a journey of self discovery Handbook of the Bach Flower Remedies Chancellor Philip M CW Daniel Company Saffron Walden UK 1971 ISBN 0 85207 002 0 Book English Textbook on prescribing and case studies much taken from Bach Remedy Newsletters Flower Remedies Handbook Cunningham Donna Sterling Publishing New Yourk NY USA 1992 ISBN 0 8069 8204 7 Book English Emotional healing and growth with Bach and other essences An Astrological Study of the Bach Flower Remedies Damian Peter Neville Spearman Saffron Walden UK 1986 ISBN 0 85978 048 1 Book English The Twelve Healers linked to 12 astrological types An Introduction to the Benefits of the Bach Flower Remedies Evans Jane CW Daniel Company Saffron Walden UK 1974 ISBN 0 85207 125 6 Book English Booklet with personal account of remedies Bach Flower Remedies for Animals Graham Helen and Vlamis Gregory Findhorn Press Forres UK 1999 ISBN 1 899171 72 X Book English Prescribing for animals listing 38 remedies and applications Flower Power Griffith Moira Abundant Life Products Kilkenny Ireland 1994 ISBN 0 9524178 0 4 Book English A vision for transformation using the Bach Remedies Flower Essences Vibrational Healing Gurudas Brotherhood of Life Albuquerque NM USA 1983 ISBN 0 914732 09 9 Book English Channelled information on flower essences not much about Bach The Bach Flower Remedies Your Plants Guy Rohilah Bioplantinginc Berkley CA USA 1986 Book English Combinations for use with plants Flower Remedy Rhymes Harrison Nora A Cresswell Gloucester UK 1990 Book English Rhymes first published in Bach Remedy Newsletters The Encyclopaedia of Flower Remedies Harvey Clare G and Cochrane Amanda Thorsons Harper Collins London UK 1995 ISBN 0 7225 3096 X Book English Mostly about non Bach essences The Bach Flower Remedies Step by Step Howard Judy CW Daniel Company Saffron Walden UK Book English Pocket sized account of the Bach remedies Bach Flower Remedies for Women Howard Judy CW Daniel Company Saffron Walden UK 1992 ISBN 0 85207 261 9 Book English Emotional aspects of womanhood using Bach remedies Growing up with Bach Flower Remedies Howard Judy CW Daniel Company Saffron Walden UK 1994 ISBN 0 85207 273 2 Book English A guide to the use of the remedies during childhood and adolescence The Story of Mount Vernon Howard Judy Bach Centre Wallingford UK 1986 ISBN 0 9512568 1 5 Book English Booklet with colour illustrations of Mount Vernon and the Bach Centre The Original Writings of Edward Bach Howard Judy and Ramsell John CW Daniel Company Saffron Walden UK 1990 ISBN 0 85207 230 9 Book English Compiled from the archives of Dr Edward Bach Healing Trust Mount Vernon Sotwell Illustrations facsimiles and photographs Dictionary of the Bach Flower Remedies Hyne Jones TW CW Daniel Company Saffron Walden UK 1976 ISBN 0 85207 145 0 Book English Positive negative keywords for each essence Flower Essence Repertory Kaminski Patricia and Katz Richard Flower Essence Society Nevada City CA USA 1994 ISBN 0 9631 306 1 7 Book English A comprehensive guide to North American and English Bach Flower Essences for emotional and spiritual well being Flowers that Heal Kaminski Patricia Newleaf Dublin Ireland 1998 ISBN 0 7171 2573 4 Book English Guide with an emphasis on self reliance and methods and tools which encourage self healing The Bach Remedies a Self Help Guide Kaslof Leslie J Keats Publishing New Canaan CT USA 1988 ISBN 0 87983 463 3 Book English Includes questionnaire Flower Essences Homeopathy Katz Richard and Kaminski Patricia Flower Essence Society Nevada City CA USA 1983 Book English An article exploring the relationship between these two allied therapies Flower Essences Homeopathy Katz Richard and Kaminski Patricia Flower Essence Society Nevada City CA USA 1987 Book English Published as article in The Homoeopath Journal of the Society of Homoeopaths Spring 1987 Vol 6 No 3 New Bach Flower Body Maps Kramer Dietmar Healing Arts Press USA Rochester VT USA 1996 ISBN 0 89281 531 0 Book English Translated from German Treatment by topical application with comprehensive body maps indicating treatment zones New Bach Flower Therapies Kramer Dietmar Healing Arts Press Rochester VT USA 1995 ISBN 0 89281 529 9 Book English Translation from German Healing the emotional and spiritual cause of illness an innovative approach The Flowers of Life Kumara Shimara Golden Ray Publications Hoxne UK 1997 ISBN 0 9531533 0 4 Book English Bach and other essences illustrated presecriber Healing with Astrology Lilly Sue Capall Bann Chieveley UK 2002 ISBN 1 86163 184 7 Book English Astrology and Bach remedies Affirmations for the Bach Flower

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  • Bach flower remedies: 38 haiku
    the fields of poetry and art are rooted in the everyday and often characterised by their collaborative participatory and psychogeography related elements He believes that nature including human nature everyday objects and actions can be in themselves poems and art when presented almost as is as are He says Flowers mark our seasons time itself and I m certain of their transformative nature Paul Conneally Dec 2009 The Bach Remedies

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  • Edward Bach The Bach flower research programme
    and almost filled with the purest water obtainable if possible from a spring nearby The blooms of the plant are picked and immediately floated on the surface of the water so as to cover it and then left in the bright sunshine for three or four hours or less time if the blooms begin to show signs of fading The blossoms are then carefully lifted out and the water poured

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  • Edward Bach The Bach flower research programme
    plants growing along the road or at the foot of the mountain they are still striving to complete their own life circle sprouting growing flowering and fruiting They are also the owners of the Earth People should love them and respect their existence This feeling became stronger and stronger in my heart Back in the car I told Julian I want to read your book because I thought these small wild flowers were useless before but now I changed my mind Julian agreed readily Of course there is a book for you At night I read some very impressive writing on Dr Bach s thought and Cerato as a remedy I understood more deeply about the three British men s feeling for Cerato I also admired Dr Bach s profound wisdom and his deep concern for the human living condition I thought of the stress related modern disease in the West that Julian told me about Actually in fast changing China we also have the same problem People are more and more busy to satisfy their want for endless material things and leave far and far behind what they really need for their soul and body Many people still can t feel real happiness and health in their hearts even though they have more and more fortune I have been practising Taoism and maybe what I am doing is also trying to get away from this disease Thank Dr Bach for his incredible intuition He found Cerato as well as the real problem in our life and he also provided us with a simple solution August 21 Hillside north west of Wenchuan Glenn Same kind of limestone outcrop as we saw yesterday above first sighting Steep and dangerous slope above road with loose scree and rock chutes where rain and snow melt has caused landslides This entire hillside is covered with Ceratostigma willmottianum and Ceratostigma minus bushes which appear to thrive in these conditions The stems appear to be regularly trimmed by stone slides removing old growth and allowing for new growth and next year s flowering while keeping the bushes small less than a foot high and compact Very different from the large bushes at least five feet high discovered in lush riverside conditions by the bridge near Mù Pí Xiàn the Wooden Bark Village in the Duó Bù Hé valley see 26 August Crossing the Min river Annie We set out early in high spirits When we just left Wenchuan county town Driver Yang and I both saw a few small clumps of Cerato flash away and then we didn t see any more Near to Peach Ground Qiang People village we saw a well grown cluster of Cerato beside the road the small dark purplish blue flowers were opening lonely in the dry earth A steel chain bridge was in the near front Across the bridge the three men walked downstream along a small trail in the riverbank I am shorter so I climbed up the terraced hillside which is covered with very dried sand There were a lot of Cerato s cousin minus flowers but no willmottianum flowers About 20 minutes later I heard them clap underneath I came down to join them no new finding for them either Then we left disappointedly On the way back to Wenchuan county town Julian analysed the reason In this area there wasn t the rock that Cerato likes and the earth was too dry for Cerato The cluster that we saw beside the road was probably brought there by vehicles or animals It seemed no Cerato in this branch valley When we went back to Wenchuan county town we went on upstream the Min valley towards Maoxian county town Passing by a large signboard with the words Welcome to Radish Village a huge rock cliff appeared before our eyes A clump of purple Cerato stood just at the foot of it Obviously Cerato does like this very special and pure grey rock Glenn said it must be limestone The mountain is very high and there is a steep hillside near the cliff Julian and Glenn with hillside Cerato Julian started to climb immediately It s here it s here He shouted to us happily Glenn Graham and I followed him closely Actually this hillside came into being because of the upper hillside s collapse It s not only steep but also very loose with many small pieces of limestone All the plants there were very short the small clusters of Cerato scattered everywhere always mingling with other bushes The petals were very light blue But at this steep and loose hillside their strong life manifested a special beauty Julian found that these Cerato were a little different from what we saw in other places The stamen was longer It s called di morphism by botanists Actually the stones might fall down anytime if we were not careful I moved up slowly by stepping on the roots of small bushes The sand was too loose We had to come down from this dangerous hillside Glenn Then we return south to the location of yesterday s first sighting JB sees the mouth of a gorge above the east side of the valley road which we resolve to explore later First filming of plant and habitat Glenn records a piece to camera with Graham on sound Annie Along a steep and nearly deserted trail we climbed up eagerly The nearby power station hid away from our sight The end of the trail was a country road zigzagging towards the endless mountains Occasionally a villager bearing his sleeping little girl walked up quietly This is a very large hillside filled with vigorous plants and above its waist the mountain was covered with forests The fresh air was full of grass fragrance mixed with a strong growing scent Over one metre high Cerato plants appeared flourishing all over the hillside The charming small dark purple flowers stood out brightly from the dense foliage We finally found a big family of Cerato Here they must have been living and propagating for thousands of years Three men began to work soon They would make a short film of Glenn who was introducing simply Wilson s expedition in this valley Glenn tried hard to go through the tangled bushes and get to the place with a big clump of Cerato and its favorite rock Soon he began to pat his face and neck frequently he said quickly I m attacked What Graham wanted to know what happened I m a ttac ked by mo squi toes Glenn shouted desperately Good Glenn did neat work finally despite suffering from mosquitoes bites I sat on a flat rock on the roadside and looked over the green valley The clear Min River flowed smoothly a beautiful chain bridge connected with a small village which nested at the foot of the opposite high mountain The dark tile roofs sent forth a quiet and peaceful air and the opposite mountains looked very clear Julian sighed with emotion because this view could be the same as what Wilson encountered long ago Glenn Driving back north to Wenchuan we stop below the entrance to the gorge Immediately we see large Ceratostigma willmottianum bushes growing against the stone walls of raised vegetable beds chiefly growing maize Tomato plants send heavy green fruited vines tumbling over the blue flowers We walk some distance into the serpentine interior of the gorge following the narrow river between towering scrub covered limestone walls up towards its unknown source Cerato bushes are scattered everywhere along the bottoms of these walls sometimes as close as ten feet from the river JB has found a place that sings to his soul and it is hard to extract him as dusk falls On our way back down we meet a farmer and goat herd who has walked up to call his animals which are grazing high on the rocks He tells Annie that he knows the Purple Golden Lotus well as he used to gather its roots and sell them to herbalists That was twenty years ago no one seems to want them now We are told later that an infusion from boiled Cerato roots helped women in labour and we seek corroboration for this We will also be told by the Ten Li Villagers 24 August that Cerato roots are stood in alcohol that is then rubbed on the skin to improve blood circulation remove clots and ease pain and inflammation The farmer tells us how the gorge river flows from a lake behind the highest peak we can see We decide this is a dragon lake and we will return to the Dragon Gorge tomorrow Annie We walked into the mouth of the valley Surprisingly there was a large cluster of Cerato hanging from the border of a vegetable terrace Actually this was an abundant cluster with most Cerato flowers we found thus far Julian and Graham began to record a video joyfully Four little village girls came to us shyly They sat on a big stone and stared at the three High Nose and Blue Eyes curiously who were so interested in these small wild flowers Exploring the valley For a half hour we stepped on the cobbles and jumped into the valley There was little water flowing through the stones and piles of sand I looked ahead what a beautiful canyon It s a bend in the front and the mountains on both sides got much closer and much higher Among the autumn colored big shrubs a trail extends ahead The ground was coated with green grass and scattered with some yellow red or pink flowers It s as beautiful as a colourful plant carpet Underneath the vertical cliff Cerato s favourite rock appears in the bushes How could no Cerato appear in such a place Let me take a look I couldn t accept the result and wanted to try again The further we reached the more we felt fascinated The canyon has been bending continuously and the scenery has been changing continuously too We walked on the stones along a creek at one moment then trailed on the comfortable meadow at another moment Later we squeezed through the dense bushes Julian recognized many plants and some of them were herbs The bright pink wild cotton flowers with very long stalks appeared especially impressive in this silent canyon The three men couldn t help stopping to admire her beauty Julian finally found one flower of Cerato in the grass It was growing between the rocks After several more bends we still didn t see any more Cerato Graham lay on the meadow to take a picture of a small spike of yellow flowers which he said was Agrimony It was getting dark We went on to look for Julian After a big bend we saw him show up at the next bend He exclaimed happily at sight of us I have found some clusters of Cerato and very beautiful they are This canyon is so beautiful I really want to walk along and let your guys go on the way We all laughed We sat down and felt fully this nameless canyon which was alive with lovely flowers shrubs and herbs in the wildest profusion I was so happy that Cerato likes this place But without Julian s persistence we would miss the beautiful meeting with her Cerato in the Dragon Gorge Min Valley At dusk we returned quickly At the mouth of the valley we came across a shepherd in his fifties His black goats were grazing on the cliffs The shepherd smiled at us and asked lightly Have you been over there My intuition told me that he was a canyon lover too We stopped to ask him if he knew Zi Jin Lian and he said yes He was the first person we met who knew Cerato during the two days He said Zi Jin Lian is Chinese herb I dug its roots to sell to the Collection Station several years ago but in recent years they don t want it The local old people call Cerato the Heart of Lotus The shepherd didn t know the origin of the name but in the past people used its root to cure the skin ulcer The shepherd felt very sorry that young villagers had no interest in climbing it He was smiling such a pure and simple smile that we know he is a real mountain villager who loves the mountains in his heart August 22 The gorge Glenn Soon we are spotting these plants at considerable distances Later on the journey our driver Yang Xiansheng proves to have the most developed receptors for this vibration this light wave He senses Cerato flowers a hundred feet above the road while he is actually looking ahead like any good driver Several other Bach Remedy Flowers grow in the gorge including Agrimony Wild Rose and a charlock very similar to the British Wild Mustard We stop here and there to film eat lunch on a river boulder and read aloud a twelve hundred and fifty year old poem by Li Bai known as Li Po in the West which perfectly evokes the gorge and our elation Her i fjellkløftens munn synger jeg Snart slutter stien Folk går ikke videre Jeg pisker oppover skrentene inn i umulige daler og følger bekken opp til dens kilde Opp der hvor skyene fødes over åpent fjell er jeg invitert inn i vildblomsternes virvel Her vil jeg være med stigning ufullført når solen synker vest for de tallløse tinder Translation Glenn Storhaug English nbsp Chinese At the canyon s mouth I m singing Soon the path ends People don t go any higher I scramble up cliffs into impossible valleys and follow the creek back towards its source Up where newborn clouds rise over open rock I am invited into a confusion of wild flowers I m still lingering on my climb unfinished as the sun sinks away west of endless peaks Translated by David Hinton New Directions Anvil Press and adapted by Glenn Storhaug Norsk nbsp Chinese English Norsk We find it hard to leave this place In the early evening we return to the car and drive north past Wenchuan and on to Maoxian August 23 24 Ten Li Village Glenn Ten Li Village We return to the hillside opposite the Qiang village which we now learn is called Ten Li Village presumably indicating its distance from Maoxian A li is about half a kilometre Villagers cross the Min River footbridge to see what we are up to with our cameras and microphone and they are eager to talk about their Purple Golden Lotus They use the stems after flowering as bedding for the pigs And later when the old bedding has rotted down together with pig manure they have a much prized fertilizer for their vegetables especially good for aubergines and pumpkins It appears that they refer to the Cerato stems as star grass A kind lady called Tang Qing Mei brings us a large bunch of Cerato she has picked behind the village She is busy building a new house for her family despite the fact that it is due to disappear underwater in some three years time when a new hydroelectric dam is completed and all the villagers will be relocated Bridge near Ten Li Village Annie Our searching seemed to be finished and we should go to the head of the Min valley Songpan county but Julian still thought about Cerato After breakfast he said to us Let s take a look near the county town Our car left Maoxian county town slowly and soon we saw Cerato hanging from the slope We stopped at a newly built bridge Julian nearly ran to the slope Here Here he exclaimed excitedly I climbed up secondly and couldn t believe that there were so many opening Cerato with its favourite rock slates Graham followed soon and was surprised too We always find her at the last minute he said This place is very close to the county town and the slope is higher than our car so we nearly missed it Julian Graham and I took photos This would be our last meeting with the Min River Cerato We looked carefully and slowly at each cluster we passed Graham even found a cluster with both types of flowers Half an hour later a group of villagers of all ages came to us from the opposite village Most of them were women and teenagers They were very enthusiastic and out going We joined them They inquired about the three foreigners very curiously When the villagers heard about Cerato s story and the reason why we came here they looked too surprised to believe it but quickly they felt happy and proud of it In the afternoon we visited Professor Yin who was very busy Prof Yin in his fifties is not only a botanist but also a Wilson fan Speaking of the plants Julian and Prof Yin were very excited My translation could hardly catch up with their talking Glenn The full day is devoted to hiking up through the twists of the gorge that open before us like a dramatic Yüan Dynasty landscape scroll There are mountains hidden in mountains Brilliant splashes of large pink white and mauve cotton flower anemones between which flutter swallowtail butterflies the size of small birds We start to tune in to the piercing blue of Ceratostigma willmottianum flowers no Ceratostigma minus here which seems to vibrate from the rock and scrub walls directly into the centre of our nervous systems Filming for Searching for Cerato Annie Young people tried to have the floor before others to answer Julian s questions Some young women giggled happily they must have found some interesting things about these three unusual foreigners Their village is called Ten

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  • Edward Bach The Bach flower research programme
    commentaries Legal judgements Choosing remedies Remedy plants Case studies Remedies for animals Therapy Remedy plants Choosing remedies Remedy plants Case studies Remedies for animals Boiling method The specimens as about to be described were boiled for half an hour in clean pure water The fluid strained off poured into bottles until half filled and then when cold brandy added as before to fill up and preserve Chestnut Bud For this

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  • Bach flower remedies: 38 haiku
    bud chicory clematis crab apple elm gentian gorse heather holly honeysuckle hornbeam impatiens larch mimulus mustard oak olive pine red chestnut rock rose rock water scleranthus star of bethlehem sweet chestnut vervain vine walnut water violet white chestnut wild oat

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