Bach FLower Remedy Consultations
Offered by Professor Patty Wallenberg.
Each private session offers a customized blend of Back Flower Remedies for you. $45 for 45 minutes.
Bach Flower Remedies were introduced in the 1930s by Dr. Edward Bach (1886–1936), a British physician who listed seven groups of emotional states based on a person’s reaction to illness. He listed these types as fear, uncertainty, loneliness, oversensitivity, lack of interest in present circumstances, despondency, and over-concern for others. Dr. Bach believed that negative moods and emotions were responsible for the breakdown that leads to illness and determined that treatment had to address a patient’s emotional and mental states. He came up with 38 wildflower essences, or remedies, for treating these negative moods and emotions.
Bach Flower Remedies are a safe and natural method of healing. They gently restore the balance between mind and body by easing emotions such as fear, worry, hatred, and indecision that interfere with the balance of the body as a whole. They allow peace and happiness to return so that the body is free to heal itself.
Bach Flower Remedies are catalysts for personal growth and inner development. They can assist with working toward emotional and spiritual breakthroughs by cultivating more confidence, a brighter outlook, or overcoming negative feelings. The flower remedies are a safe, effective means for bringing about positive life change.
Each of the 38 remedies hold the positive and balancing energies for a negative emotional state. Dr. Bach found that as negative moods improved, the person would return toward better health. He saw a person as much more than just a physical body that is treated in conventional medicine; he saw that the body is just part of the picture. Illness, he suggested, was a message from our inner self for a change in our way of living and our mental outlook. The primary purpose of the flower essences is to help us to change and bring us back to the genuinely happy experience of life. The remedies have been in use throughout the world in the years since Bach’s death in 1936.
The goal of the treatment is to strip away the layers of negative emotion until the core problem is uncovered and can then be resolved. The remedies’ restorative powers act to resolve the situation by peeling the layers of an onion. As layer after layer is healed, the problems can then be addressed as they become known.