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  • all interno dell Anima Umana Il processo di trasformazione delle essenze floreali le 4 R Percepire Le Piante Attraverso 12 Finestre Le Essenze Floreali per Il XXI Secolo La Flower Essence SocietyEstende L eredita di Edward Bach Informazioni sulla Flower Essence Society La Flower Essences Society FES è un organizzazione internazionale di terapisti ricercatori studiosi e quanti altri siano interessati ad approfondire la conoscenza della terapia con essenze floreali Fondata nel 1979 da Richard Katz la FES fa parte dal 1982 della organizzazione no profit Earth Spirit Dal 1980 dirigono la FES due coniugi Patricia Kaminski e Richard Katz partner nella vita e nella professione La Society ha quattro obiettivi principali Promuovere la ricerca sulle piante e la ricerca empirica clinica sugli effetti terapeutici delle essenze floreali Effettuare programmi di preparazione e certificazione per operatori attivi nel settore delle essenze floreali e tenere seminari in tutto il mondo Diffondere a livello mondiale le pubblicazioni sulla fitoterapia con essenze floreali tra i terapisti e il pubblico e Fornire una rete di comunicazioni e riferimento per chi insegna fa ricerca o applica la terapia con essenze floreali La Society è in contatto con circa 50mila operatori attivi di almeno 50 Paesi diversi

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  • Español
    Julian Barnard Perfil Botanico del Arbol Joshua Dejar de Fumar Terapia de Esencias Florales Aromaterapia y Cromoterapia Una Síntesis Natural Presentando el Trabajo De Begoña Siegrist El Proceso de Transformacisn en el Trabajo con las Esencias Florales Las Cuatro R Las Doce Ventanas de la Percepción de las Plantas Qué son las Afirmaciones Cómo tratar el insomnio soluciones que van más allá de la dependencia de drogas About FES Online

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  • Português
    Xavier As essências florais no tratamento do Transtorno Obsessivo Compulsivo Melhor É Possível Filaree Uma Flor Para Melvin Udall Planeta Terra minha casa Alcançando o nível meta flora oito no processo terapêutico Reconhecendo e honrando a conexão com a Terra Spreading Phlox x Heather Afinidade x co dependência emocional Estudo de Planta Arrud O Processo de Transformação com as Essências Florais Os Quatro Rs About FES Online Repertory Class Offerings

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    Online Repertory Class Offerings Research Case Studies Interviews and Articles What s New Publications Membership Find a Practitioner Members Pages Home P O Box 459 Nevada City CA 95959 800 736 9222 US Canada tel 530 265 9163 fax 530

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  • products at Terra Flora their 17 acre Biodynamic garden and wildlife sanctuary in the northern Sierra foothills of Nevada City California Richard s early background was in mathematics and physical science He was awarded a scholarship to attend Brown University s mathematics program His considerable questions about the nature of science and scientific research then led him to a deeper study of the human being and he completed a psychology major at California State University at Sonoma in 1974 He went on to study widely in several different apprenticeship programs in the fields of herbology plant science and meditation All of these various strands of knowledge culminated in his research of flower essence therapy as a living science of Nature requiring an accurate understanding of subtle qualities of plants and also of the mental and emotional realms within the human being After working extensively with the original English repertory of Dr Bach Richard went on to pioneer since 1978 the development of flower remedies from North American plants which are now recognized and used throughout the world He specializes in FES botanical studies and photographs many of the FES flowers Patricia s love for plants and animals began during childhood where she was raised on a prairie farm in central Nebraska At the University of Nebraska she helped design and majored in the first Women s Studies Program and helped found a unique counseling center for women students at the University of Nebraska She went on from there to be active in many areas of teaching social service and community organizing Patricia first discovered the remarkable effectiveness of the English flower remedies in helping children with learning problems such as dyslexia and then in a counseling program for juvenile offenders She has studied widely in the fields of teaching healing

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  • Past E-newsletters
    2011 Winter Early Spring 2011 Early Summer 2010 December 2009 April 2009 August 2008 November 2007 May 2007 June 2006 February 2006 Autumn 2005 Spring 2005 Autumn 2004 Spring 2004 Autumn 2003 Spring 2003 Summer 2002 Spring 2002 About FES Online Repertory Class Offerings Research Case Studies Interviews and Articles What s New Publications Membership Find a Practitioner Members Pages Home P O Box 459 Nevada City CA 95959 800

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  • Research Essence Program
    knowledge that regards matter as a mere thing lacking in qualitative properties On the other hand genuine Nature wisdom requires a luminosity of thinking and objective perception and listening This activity is distinguished from psychic claims that are often a personal projection from the unconscious realm of the soul Understanding plant qualities is an active conscious process of perception and relationship with plants as they exist in Nature It requires a true meeting of inner and outer modes of knowing The language of plants is spoken in many ways including the formative gesture of the plant its growth patterns and seasonal affiliations color and aroma signatures botanical classification environmental relationships and use within human culture These windows of investigation for each plant are kaleidoscopic each allowing a glimpse into the plant yet each one shifting and revealing new relationships and insights Therefore these methods of investigation are not static but continuous and dynamic Just as we speak human words that have a context of meaning beyond the individual letters or words so the language of Nature has an inherent wholeness that is reflected in each part yet is greater than any single part The Twelve Windows of Perception comprise a method of investigation that has allowed us to gain new insights into even the most well known of Dr Edward Bach s original flower essences For a fuller discussion of our plant research modalities please see the essay on the Twelve Windows of Plant Perception The Human Soul The second path of knowing examines the realm of the human soul Here again we are challenged by the prevailing paradigms in our modern culture On the one hand some psychological modalities are oriented toward external behavior approaching the human soul through quantitative studies abstract statistics and behavioral programming Most of these modalities attempt to alter or control human experience through biochemistry and neurological mechanisms On the other hand more liberal psychological therapies can be excessively narcissistic involving endless self examination or psychic experimentation with no objective means for facilitating the individual s real relationship to the larger World Soul Thus many psychological modalities change temporary emotional states of consciousness or provide palliative relief for external behavioral symptoms rather than achieving the qualitative changes in human potential and long term moral development that are the primary goals of flower essence therapy Despite the biases of our culture we have found that it is possible to document genuine levels of soul transformation when using flower essences For a brief outline regarding these levels of transformation please see The Four Levels of Flower Essence Response The Four R s Just as we have striven to develop careful listening and perception within the realm of plants so we have used similar methods in studying the phenomenology of flower essence therapy Our primary means is to collect case studies and observations from skilled practitioners While individual cases are not conclusive in themselves these reports taken as a whole can give us valuable corroboration correction and refinement

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  • List of Research Essences with Preliminary Indications
    R of L Glassy Hyacinth R of L Joshua Tree R of L Buttercup Family Ranunculaceae California Peony R of L Monkshood R of L Red Larkspur R of L Columbine R of L Tall Mountain Larkspur R of L Borage Family Boraginaceae Lungwort R of L Mountain Forget Me Not R of L Evening Primrose Family Onagraceae Dune Primrose R of L Fireweed R of L Gentian Family Gentianaceae Explorer s Gentian R of L Green Cross Gentian R of L Heath Family Ericaceae Cassiope R of L Madrone R of L Loasa Familiy Loasaceae Blazing Star R of L Mint Family Lamiaceae Green Bells of Ireland R of L Nightshade Family Solanaceae Green Nicotiana R of L Ocotillo Family Fouquieriaceae Ocotillo R of L Orchid Family Orchidaceae Green Rein Orchid R of L White Rein Orchid Pea Family Fabaceae Lupine R of L Redbud R of L Phlox Family Polemoniaceae Spreading Phlox R of L Primrose Family Primulaceae Sierra Primrose R of L Purslane Family Portulacaceae Lewisia R of L Pussy Paws R of L Redwood Family Taxodiaceae Redwood R of L Snapdragon Family Scrophulariaceae Pedicularis R of L Red Penstemon R of L Sunflower Family Asteraceae Alpine

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