Bach Flower Essences in the news ... check out this latest article in Vogue magazine -
Are Flower Essences the New Prozac? Inside Fashion’s Far-Out Healing Craze
Seeing a Bach Foundation Registered Practitioner (BFRP) can help you decide on which of the 38 flower essences can help you today. Fiona's aim as a BFRP, is to teach you about the essences, so that you are not only able to help yourself today, but also in the future as needs arise, for yourself and your family - pets included!
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Dr. Bach, an English physician, was one of the first to see the connection between mind and body in the field of medicine. After years of studying how to treat diseases, he changed his focus and starting treating the patient; in doing so, he found that when the negative thoughts had been overcome, the body would also respond. Understanding now that the body was a mirror reflecting the thoughts in the mind, Dr. Bach went on to develop his system known as the 38 Bach Flower Remedies.
Standing the test of time, these 38 flower essences have now been used worldwide to address our emotional outlook. In the past 80 years, times have certainly changed - with a faster pace of life, "modern" diseases and a changing environment - but human nature does not change; the essences used by Dr. Bach remain just as relevant, and just as effective today.
Emotions ... we all have them ... they are what makes our world so interesting, but ... when they get out of balance, our physical lives will start to show the effects of a negative mental state.
"Health is our heritage, our right. It is the complete and full union between soul, mind and body; and this no difficult far-away ideal to attain, but one so easy and natural that many of us have overlooked it."
Dr. Edward Bach, 1930