Friday, June 29, 2012

Give Your Bach Flower Remedies Some Assistance

All of us who use Bach Flower Remedies know the good they can do working alone. But it can't help to give them a little assistance.


By using your body. 

Human bodies weren't meant to sit still for hour after hour after hour. But that's just what many of us force them to do. We sit at a desk for 8 hours or more every day, often staring at a computer screen, while our bodies are crying out for movement. Then we go home exhausted and sit some more.

Instead of circulating, our energies become stagnant while our muscles grow weak.

So give your body a break and give your Bach Flower Remedies some help. Get up and get those energies circulating!

If you have a lunch break, get outside and go for a brisk walk. Even ten minutes will help you become energized. If the weather or the location of your work prohibits that, then do this simple 2 minute exercise 2 or 3 times during the day:

Stand where you have 3 feet or so of space on either side of you. Let your arms hang down at your sides. Then begin swinging them (both arms together) from side to side. Turn your head as you swing to follow your arms. This will loosen those tight neck and shoulder muscles, while it causes your energy to cross over both sides of your body.

When you get home, instead of sitting down, turn on some music and dance! Even moving around the room to one song will re-charge your energy and lift your spirits. Slow music is good - but a fast beat is even better, especially if you've had a depressing day.

Then, when the week-end rolls around, instead of going out to a concert or a movie, go dancing!

Thursday, June 14, 2012

Are you sorry?

Years ago, I knew a young boy who was sorry all the time.

He said "I'm sorry" so often that most adults wanted to send him outside, or maybe put a tape across his mouth. There was no use telling him he didn't need to be sorry. He'd just apologize for saying he was sorry!

You see, he was sorry when there was nothing to be sorry for. At the time I wondered if he was just being sorry in advance, because he was constantly getting into trouble for something.

Now that I know about the negative Pine state, I think he was constantly sorry. He felt that he had to apologize for his very existence, along with apologizing for a multitude of situations and events that had nothing to do with him.

For instance: If someone said "It sure is hot out today." He'd say "I'm sorry."

That poor annoying child was really suffering. I wish I'd known about Bach Flower Remedies then. I could have helped him, and his poor Mom. She had to feel a little wild after hearing it all day every day.

 If you or someone you love is always sorry, visit the Bach Flower remedies guide to learn about the negative Pine state. Then get a bottle and start treatment so you don't have to continue being sorry for the rest of your life.

Monday, June 04, 2012

Avoid the summertime frazzle - keep your patience with Impatiens

The kids will soon be out of school - and after the first week, all that freedom they longed for may become boring. So, what do kids do when they're bored? They whine, and they squabble with each other!

That 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 yell at the kids. It just happens sometimes when the pressure gets to be "too much" and patience flies out the window.

The good news is, Bach Flower Essences has a remedy. The Bach flower "Impatiens" is just the thing - for both the kids and the frazzled parent. A couple of drops under the tongue for each of you, and you'll soon find your nerves, and your patience, returning to normal.

As the name suggests, Impatiens is the essence of patience. It allows you to take a deep breath, slow down, and handle the situation without exploding.

Let yourself enjoy having the kids out of school... with a little help from Impatiens.

Congratulations to Shari Hunt

The Feel Bach story contest has ended, and a winner has been chosen!

Congratulations to Shari Hunt for her sad tale with a happy ending. It starts with her dogs being shot, goes on to tell how Feel5ive helped them through that trauma, and how now… But no, I'm not going to give away the story.

Come on over to our Facebook page and read it. While you're there, read the other sad, glad, heartwarming and uplifting stories.