The answer to that lies in your own personality, and how comfortable you are with sharing your feelings.
A Bach practitioner is trained to help you get to the root cause of an unpleasant emotion. For instance, you may think you're feeling anger at someone who won't cooperate. That may lead you to think that you're too demanding or controlling.
In fact, your feelings may stem from something you've "hidden" from yourself, such as hurt feelings over something that person said or dead - perhaps years ago. By talking through those feelings with the Bach practitioner, you may find a solution that lets you uncover - and release - a long standing hurt.
On the other hand, if you're such a private person that you couldn't possibly explore your feelings with someone else, you'll do better by studying the descriptions of the 38 Bach Flower Remedies found in the Feel Bach! brochure, digging deep into your own feelings, and filling out the questionnaire. The questions are designed to help you get to the root of things, and re-balance the energies that are causing your distress.
With the holidays fast approaching, many of us are feeling the stirrings of apprehension that come from knowing we'll be seeing people who always make us uncomfortable. Now is the time to figure out why certain people have that effect on us, and to do something about it!
Make this year the one that truly brings you Happy Holidays! Bach flower essences will help.
Here's to joy!
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