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  • Bach remedy plants: Vine
    others if they could be persuaded to do things as they themselves do or as they are certain is right Even in illness they will direct their attendants They may be of great value in emergency Twelve Healers 1936 Affirmation If we set everybody and everything around us at liberty we find that in return we are richer in love and possessions than ever we were before for that love

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  • Bach remedy plants: Wild Oat
    studies Remedies for animals Wild Oat Bromus ramosus One of Bach s seven helpers Prepared by the sun method Indication Those who have ambitions to do something of prominence in life who wish to have much experience and to enjoy all that which is possible for them to take life to the full Twelve Healers 1936 Affirmation Let us find one thing in life that attracts us most and do it Let that one thing be so part of us that it is as natural as breathing as natural as it is for the bee to collect honey and the tree to shed its old leaves in autumn and bring forth new ones in the spring If we study nature we find that every creature bird tree and flower has its definite part to play its own definite and peculiar work through which it aids and enriches the entire Universe Collected Writings p97 Habitat notes General Wild Oat likes a moist soil and prefers a little shade Look for it where mowers and grazing animals cannot reach on steep banks and among the trees Britain Wild Oat grows throughout the country on hedge banks and along the edge of woodland

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  • Bach remedy plants: Rock Water
    plants Case studies Remedies for animals Rock Water Aqua One of Bach s seven helpers Prepared by the sun method Indication Those who are very strict in their way of living they deny themselves many of the joys and pleasures of life because they consider it might interfere with their work Twelve Healers 1936 Affirmation This remedy brings great peace and understanding broadens the outlook that all people must find perfection in their own individual way and brings the realisation of being and not doing of being in ourselves a reflection of Great Things and not attempting to put forward our own ideas Collected Writings p73 Source Any well or spring which has been known to be a healing centre and which is still left free in its natural state unhampered by the shrines of man may be used Sites where the water has been channelled or controlled should be avoided The source should be protected by natural forces but unfettered by man Chronic condition These people are people of ideals They have very strong opinions about religion or politics or reform Well meaning enough and wishing to see the world different and better they tend to confine their efforts

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  • Bach remedy plants: Aspen
    vague unexplainable fears may haunt by night or day Sufferers are often afraid to tell their trouble to others Twelve Healers 1936 Affirmation The development of Love brings us to the realization of Unity of the truth that one and all of us are of the One Great Creation The cause of all our troubles is self and separateness and this vanishes as soon as Love and the knowledge of

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  • Bach remedy plants: Beech
    to have the ability to see the good growing within So as to be able to be more tolerant lenient and understanding of the different way each individual and all things are working to their own final perfection Twelve Healers 1936 Affirmation That we never criticise nor condemn the thoughts the opinions the ideas of others ever remembering that all humanity are God s children each striving in his own

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  • Bach remedy plants: Cherry Plum
    and impulse to do them Twelve Healers 1936 Affirmation This drives away all wrong ideas and gives the sufferer mental strength and confidence Collected Writings p8 Habitat notes General Cherry Plum originates from Russian Central Asia and Iran through the Caucasus to the Baltic peninsula It is not widely naturalised and is noted as rare in some texts Britain Cherry Plum was originally brought to Britain for its fruit and

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  • Bach remedy plants: Chestnut Bud
    second 19 remedies Prepared by the boiling method Indication For those who do not take full advantage of observation and experience and who take a longer time than others to learn the lessons of daily life Whereas one experience would be enough for some such people find it necessary to have more sometimes several before the lesson is learnt Therefore to their regret they find themselves having to make the same error on separate occasions when once would have been enough or observation of others could have spared them even that one fault Twelve Healers 1936 Affirmation We learn slowly one lesson at a time but we must if we are to be well and happy learn the particular lesson given to us your spiritual self Collected Writings p157 Habitat notes General Chestnut trees originated the Balkan Peninsula This peninsula is in SE Europe bounded by the Adriatic the Aegean and the Black Seas Britain Horse Chestnut trees were brought over in the early seventeenth century and are now found throughout the country requiring plenty of light and space if they are to develop to full size Horse Chestnut trees are less plentiful in Wales than they are in England

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  • Bach remedy plants: Crab Apple
    the remedy of cleansing For those who feel as if they had something not quite clean about themselves Often it is something of apparently little importance in others there may be more serious disease which is almost disregarded compared to the one thing on which they concentrate In both types they are anxious to be free from the one particular thing which is greatest in their minds and which seems so essential to them that it should be cured They become despondent if treatment fails Being a cleanser this remedy purifies wounds if the patient has reason to believe that some poison has entered which must be drawn out Twelve Healers 1936 Affirmation Never for one moment should we become engrossed or over anxious about them our bodies but learn to be as little conscious of their existence as possible using them as a vehicle of our Soul and mind and as servants to do our will Collected Writings p151 Habitat notes General General Crab Apple grows in woods hedgerows and scrub on all except acid soils Britain Crab Apples are regarded as native to Britain since they probably recolonised the land at the end of the ice age They

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