Thursday, May 30, 2013

Do you know someone who knows everything about everything?

Usually, such people are full of hot air. They don't know much about much, and what they do know is discounted because others simply assume that they don't know what they're talking about. Kind of like the little boy who cried wolf. 

I've been thinking about such a person lately, and realizing that the reason for her objectionable behavior is her own low self-esteem and lack of self confidence. She's trying to build herself up in her own mind - and it's not working.

Those of us who know about energy know that Dr. Bach's remedies would help her - but that won't happen because she doesn't believe in natural remedies don't work. In addition, she wouldn't admit to feelings of inferiority. 

The first step toward solving any emotional problem is to admit to yourself that it's a problem.

I feel sorry for her. But I also feel happy to know that you and I and others like us do know about energy - and know what to do about it if we start to experience energy blocks. When we begin to fall prey to unhealthy emotional states, we know that  Dr. Bach's flowers are always there to help us get back on track - and that's a good thing.

If you're not sure which remedies you need to help with an emotional imbalance, visit FeelBach! and take our questionnaire. You'll have the answer in no time at all! 

Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Would Feel5ive make a good gift for a graduate?

Would Feel5ive make a good gift for a graduate? 

Yes, I think so. In fact, the more I think about it, I think it would make a perfect gift for anyone who is about to embark on a new adventure in life. 

Feel5ive helps lessen anxiety, and since venturing into the unknown comes with understandable anxiety, nothing could be more perfect.

Consider a friend who has just landed a dream job - and is terrified about not measuring up - not
making it through some horrible "probationary period" - not hanging on to that job.

Consider the high school graduate who is eager to head off to college in a couple of months – and terrified of being on his or her own for the first time.

Consider a new bride who is anxious to make a good impression on her sweetheart's family – by inviting everyone to dinner. Feel5ive can keep her calm enough to actually get the food on the table.

If you think about it, there are all sorts of positive life situations that can cause us to be filled with fear, anxiety, self-doubt, and apprehension. What could be nicer than to give a friend a gift of "Feeling better?"

I wonder if those aren't just the kinds of situations Dr. Bach was thinking about when he created this blend. We'll never know that, but those of us who know about the power of flower essences know that Feel5ive will help.

Who do you know who needs you to visit FeelBach! and order Feel5ive?

Monday, May 13, 2013

Don't Let Stress Make You Sick

Did you know that illness isn't primarily caused by germs floating in the air or some hereditary disposition , but by stress? A report from Stanford University study states that 95% of all illness was caused by stress.

I'd say, that's a pretty high percentage – especially since we can and do have some control over how
much stress we allow into our lives.

I know – it's tough today. Worry over the economy, worry over world affairs, worry over terrorism – worry, worry, worry. And then on top of that we worry about our families – and of course our own health and finances. 

We have two avenues to reduce the stress in our own lives. One is our own mind power. We can make the conscious choice to think about good things instead of bad things. We can feel gratitude for the people we love, the good work we do, the activities we enjoy, etc. 

But yes, I know. It can be hard to turn your thoughts to the good when you're so worried. Dr. Bach's flower remedies can help get you into a balanced state where you CAN turn your thoughts toward good things.

Normally, I'd think that a generalized stress should be treated with
Feel5ive, because it has helped me through so many difficult situations. But this ongoing climate of stress could trigger an intensification of other energy imbalances. These should be treated before they lead to illness.

For instance, a person in the negative Aspen state already deals with uneasiness and fears that take no concrete shape. The uncertainty in today's world could serve to intensify these fears.

The negative Beech state, in which a person disapproves of and blames everything and everyone around him, has a tendency to cause digestive illness. Now, at a time when even formerly tolerant individuals are pointing fingers at everyone from politicians to corporate executives, this kind of illness could become common.

To ward off stress-induced illness during these unsettling times, I think we should all either
take the FeelBach! questionnaire, or study the qualities of each of the 38 Bach Flower Essences. Then we should take steps to keep ourselves healthy and stress-free.

After all, we can't individually "fix" the world - but we can individually care for ourselves and do all in our power to remain healthy.

Monday, May 06, 2013

Look Forward to School Vacation - With Help from the flower essence Impatins

The kids will soon be out of school - and you may be dreading it. 

The first week or so they'll be thrilled with their new freedom, and then… They'll start the "I'm bored – there's nothing to do" routine. And when they get too bored, they'll start squabbling with each other. 

Trying to find "fun things" for the kids to do and trying to keep them from picking on each other can turn the most patient and loving parent into a jumble of ragged nerves - apt to explode at any time. 

And no parent wants to explode. It just happens sometimes when the pressure gets to be "too much" and patience flies out the window.

The good news is,
Feel Bach! has a remedy to smooth those jagged nerves. Dr. Bach's flower essence  "Impatiens" is just the thing. A couple of drops under the tongue 3 or 4 times a day, and you'll soon find your nerves, and your patience, returning to normal.

As the name suggests, Impatiens is the essence of patience. It is used most for people who are generally impatient - those who are quick-witted and move at a fast pace. These are the folks that, when forced to supervise or work in cooperation with others, generally want to just push the other people out of the way and do the job themselves because they can do it faster and better.

Individuals who have the Impatiens personality should not be forced into working with others who might not keep their pace. Unfortunately, we sometimes have to do tasks that don't fit our personalities, and in that case Impatins comes to the rescue.