Depression seems at almost epidemic proportions today. Thousands are going through life in a state of resigned apathy – while those who want to get over it are taking anti-depressant pharmaceuticals that can cause yet other ailments.
The friends and family of these depressed individuals suffer as well. They do all in their power to cheer up their loved one and try to get him or her interested in life, but to no avail. And, while they may care very deeply for that person, they really don't enjoy being around them, so eventually drift away. Of course, that makes them feel guilty, so it's a vicious circle.
It doesn't have to be that way. Three of Dr. Bach's flower essences can help, especially when used in combination with a desire to feel better.
Wild Rose is the flower essence that combats the mental state of having given up. It is often a long term remedy used to alleviate a long-term energy imbalance – one that may have begun in childhood. It's also used to combat temporary depression following an event such as a miscarriage.
Wild Rose is effective treatment for those who have no hope – for whom life has no promise of better things to come.
Gorse helps the individual who did have hopes, but feels that those hopes must now be buried. The person suffering from a Gorse imbalance hopes for something outside himself to come along and make it better – and refuses to follow his inner voice because he's given up inside. At the same time, he doesn't believe that anything can help.
Chestnut Bud is for those who feel that they are at the limit of their endurance. They haven't yet given up, but aren't sure how much longer they can hold on.
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