Wednesday, January 25, 2012
Are you so dedicated to a cause that you don't let anything get in your way? This is a trait of the Vervain personality.
Revolutionaries such as our forefathers were Vervain personalities. They risked their lives and gave up their fortunes in pursuit of liberty. Without them, we wouldn't have the U.S.A. However, by the time their goals were accomplished, they were undoubtedly operating in a negative Vervain state. Although their personalities and states of energy would not have allowed them to act differently, we should nonetheless thank them for that sacrifice.
Today many operate in a positive Vervain state. Think of all the dedicated volunteers who work at everything from animal rescue to teaching literacy to adults. However, some do fall into a negative Vervain state – and get so involved that they lose their common sense.
They fail to eat and sleep and thus damage their own health. They refuse to listen to points of view that don't agree with what they believe at the moment. They become fanatics.
In the negative state the Vervain personality cannot begin to consider a different point of view, but once restored to the positive state, he can. And, in the positive state he is much more effective at inspiring others and gaining support for his mission.
If you're dedicated to a cause and feel yourself ignoring your own health in pursuit of righting a wrong or correcting an injustice, you too may be a Vervain
personality, and you may be in the negative state.
If so, visit FeelBach! and let Bach Flower Essences put you back in balance.
Thursday, January 19, 2012
Do you agree to go somewhere or do something, then suddenly decide you need to do something else? Do you place your order in a restaurant, then say "Stop, wait a minute. I think I'll have X instead." Do you agree to see a certain movie, then switch at the last minute?
If so, you're a Scleranthus personality living in your negative state.
When it becomes chronic, you may also exhibit a number of opposite physical and mental ailments. For instance, you may be too warm one minute and too cold the next. You may also exhibit the symptoms of manic-depression – being "up" one day and "down" the next.
For some this is a chronic state. But it can also be caused by life events that throw the physical body or emotional state out of balance.
But you don't have to live with this. The Bach Flower Essence, Scleranthus will help put you back in balance. Once there, you'll be a confident decision maker. And, rather than an irritant, your presence will be soothing to others.
If you can't make up your mind about anything else, make up your mind to feel better. Go straight to www.feelbach.com and order your bottle of Scleranthus – before you change your mind.
Friday, January 13, 2012
The last couple of months have been filled with distractions - something new and different going on all the time.
Now we're back to the January routine. For some it feels good. For others it feels like drudgery. They're back to dreading Monday morning. Often it's office workers who experience this sense of mental exhaustion - primarily because of a one-sided lifestyle.
If you're one whose mental energies are depleted from too much routine mental work, Bach Flower Essences can help.
Hornbeam is the flower essence that can help you regain your mental zest and rediscover the way to alternate between mental and physical activity. It will help you reconnect with your higher self and listen to your own impulses to break with routine.
Interestingly, Hornbeam is also beneficial in treatment of drug addiction, in helping heal varicose veins, and in re-energizing tired house plants.
To learn more about Hornbeam, visit bachflower.org and if you're just not quite sure what's bothering you, come to FeelBach! and take our questionnaire.
Friday, January 06, 2012
Bach Flower Essences can help!
Addiction to tobacco involves both body and emotions, and it's such a common struggle that FeelBach! created a blend just for those who are seeking to quit.
Those who smoke do have a physical addiction, but they also have a strong tie to the very act of smoking. It can be a nervous habit - something to do with their hands or something to do to fill up uncomfortable spaces of time. It can also be a part of a person's self-image.
Just as one might see themselves as a hard worker or a loving parent, some identify themselves as "a smoker."
Obviously, there are both financial and health reasons for quitting. So if you've decided that this is the year that you'll make the break, get over to FeelBach! and get a bottle of Quit Smoking."