Chicory - Bach Flower - What it is and what it is used for


THE FLOWERS OF BACH
or
FLORITHERAPY

CHICORY
(Wild chicory)

The BachChicory flower is indicated for those people who have a tendency to be particularly possessive and meddlesome.

IDENTIFICATION OF THE PLANT

Remedy name Bach flower

: chicory

Common name in Italian

: wild chicory

Scientific name

: Cichorium intybus (FamilyAsteraceae)

WHO IS THIS REMEDY FOR

The Bach flower remedy Chicory it's indicated for those people who are very possessive and who tend to intrude everywhere. They are very demanding, hyperactive and particularly intrusive and oppressive people.

A classic example of a Chicory person is a parent or friend who is always looking for the affection of loved ones even with moral blackmail, pitying himself if it is not reciprocated. He tries in every way to connect other people to himself even in subtle ways.

They are people who tend to over-care for others, who care exaggeratedly and are always rearranging and correcting what they think is wrong, always trying to have those they love close to, almost wanting to possess them. In practice, they are people who always expect a return from what they do, then forcing others to accept their care and concern. Their motto is "this is for your good".

Edward Bach writes: «Those who are attentive to the needs of others. They have a tendency to over-care for children, relatives, friends and always find something wrong to fix. They keep correcting what they think is wrong and take pleasure in doing it. They would always like to have near those they love ». (1)

WHAT HELPS TO SOLVE

The remedy chicory helps to be less possessive and more spontaneous, less calculating in feelings, in practice to have a genuine love that asks for nothing in return, teaching to give it without expecting anything while respecting the freedom and individuality of others.

TYPE OF PREPARATION

If you want to prepare the madrechicory dye of Bach flowers, picking the flowers directly in the countryside, it must be borne in mind that this Bach flower must be prepared with the method of solarization.

FLOWERING PERIOD AND BOTANICAL CHARACTERISTICS

The Chicory remedy blooms starting from the beginning of summer and until late autumn.

Chicory is a plant that grows spontaneously almost everywhere from the plains to the mountains.

It is a herbaceous plant up to one meter high, with a rigid, angular stem, provided with numerous hairs and branches and rich in white and bitter latex. The root is taproot. The lower leaves are deeply engraved while the upper ones are small, elongated and sheathing the stem and also pubescent. The flowers are flower heads surrounded by ligules, of an intense light blue color, almost blue. The fruit is an achene.

Note
(1) Taken from The Twelve Healers and other remedies by E. Bach

Agrimony, all about the Bach flower

Agrimony ( Agrimony eupatoria ), belongs to the Rosaceae family, and is a perennial herbaceous plant, with flowers small and yellow along the terminal conical spikes, stem cylindrical (70 cm), leaves green and greyish serrated edges. The plant, typical of the temperate climate regions of northern and central Europe, is found along the roads, in the escarpments and in the countryside. Indicated for anxiety and depression, it is useful for self-acceptance.

Properties and benefits of Agrimony

It is the fourth medicinal plant that Edward Bach discovered in 1930. Starting from the keyword "mask", an expression of the unwelcome pain or discomfort that can spread to the body through psycho-physical disorders such as headache chronic (in people who disguise suffering out of modesty or after abusing food or alcoholic beverages) nervous tics, states of anxiety, linked to anxiety, up to in some cases closure in solitude with depression, asthma, anorexia and bulimia the type Agrimony plays on the playing down of life, not really expressing their fears.

Here, instead, one has the possibility to bring down the "mask" and become joyful and sociable, to be able to openly communicate one's feelings and accept life as it flows, also composed of less pleasant sides.

Therefore, the benefit that arises is a full and sincere feeling of acceptance of oneself, of harmony, authenticity and consequently of inner calm. Transformed disturbances are seen with new opportunities, with a bright vision, uncovering unexpected diplomatic skills.

• Initial emotions (before taking the flower):

"Look, I smile, I'm happy!".

• Evolutionary emotions (after taking the flower):

“Inside me is true joy, peace and calm. I know and manifest my feelings with joy and security ”.

Dr. Edward Bach reminds us that: "all true knowledge comes only from within ourselves, in silent communication with our soul ...".

Suitable for

Agrimony is very useful to people who often hide fears behind a cheerful and witty attitude, worries, sometimes real deep sufferings, which hide both from themselves and from others.

The person avoids loneliness and covers it with a socially rich life in order to be distracted in the company of others. In this state of mind, the shadow is not integrated, we refuse to see the evidence, the negative aspects of life, we do not seek a comparison with the outside, in fact, restless night sleep can occur up to disturbances insomnia.

The personalities Agrimony may have a tendency to suppress their discomfort and worries through heavy use of alcohol, pills and a unbalanced diet.

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Valuable for

Agrimony it is a precious remedy for those who are hypersensitive to influences and ideas, souls who know no rest, tormented by anxieties, those who want and feel to free their image, no longer reluctant, finally ready to express their true feelings and bring serenity back inside.


Chicory - Bach Flower - What it is and what it is used for

Vitamins of the Soul

"The greatest gift that a man can give to another is to be himself happy and full of Hope, as he will thus heal the other of his prostration". (Edward Bach)

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There Flower therapy was annexed between Alternative Medicines fromWHO from the 1976. It represents an emerging branch of biological medicine, which uses a series of natural essences prepared from wild flowers. The study of the healing properties of flowers, heritage of ancient medical traditions from different parts of the world, was particularly cared for, for the first time in modern and original key, by the Welsh physician Edward Bach, between the years 1926 and 1934. The method of preparation, although recognized by the English homeopathic pharmacopoeia, is different from the classic preparation of homeopathic remedies, because it does not use either the Hahnemannian succussion or the Korsakovian flow dilution. The final infusion has a particular "field information" capable of resonating with our body. What is this information in physical terms in flower therapy? we are still studying it: an electromagnetic field, a coherence domain in water clusters, a force field with nuclear spin orientation? Science has already largely demonstrated how information can be captured by the paramagnetic and piezoelectric structures of the human body, to form "domains of coherence", "chaotic attractors", and certainly the remedies we are talking about are " attractors ”,“ resonators ”able to act on the mind and body.

The great discovery - Bach flowers I'm a series of 38 essences natural (plus a compound, the Rescue Remedy ), which encompass the scale of 38 archetypal and universal negative behavioral patterns of human nature, independent of age, sex and race. They are essences extracted from the wild flowers of Wales that have healing properties. They were discovered between 1926 and 1934 by Dr. Edward Bach, who developed a theory according to which man is considered in a three-dimensional way, an integrated totality of three structural levels: mental, emotional-spiritual, and physical.

All floral concentrates can be combined with each other in any way, depending on individual needs. As a rule, a number from 4 to 7 flowers. Bach, however, came to combine them also 12 in the first cocktail. There are 2,760,681 possibilities for a combination administration including six Bach flowers!

General - These are flowers, bushes and trees that are not cultivated, non-toxic, not used for human consumption and mostly of modest appearance. They are collected in the wild in certain places not contaminated by man, otherwise they lose all healing properties. Thanks to the ability to release "energies", they have the ability to act directly on our energy system with a natural process, favoring communication with our spiritual sense, flooding our spirituality with the virtues we need and purifying the character alterations that are at the origin of our sufferings. Their action is directed to the nervous system, to the psyche.

Negative moods - Pride, cruelty, hatred, selfishness, greed, jealousy, envy, suspicion, resentment, fears, restlessness, anxieties, discouragement, uncertainty, distrust, phobia, instability, loneliness, apathy, excessive altruism, and other character defects, hinder our progression towards perfection, spiritual restructuring, purification and conscious development of the personality.

The Organic Disease - According to Bach it would arise from the conflict that can arise when the personality does not live in harmony with one's being and generates an imbalance in the individual's energy field. It should be interpreted as an alarm bell that signals the need to intervene to bring the system back to balance, avoiding the collapse of the organic-emotional system.

The healing - There is no true healing without a balance in the way of life, without inner peace and joy. With Flower Therapy, negative moods are flooded with higher harmonic energetic "vibrations", restoring the conflict between the aspirations of the soul and the desires of the personality. Healing thus develops through seven steps, in ascending order: peace, hope, joy, faith, certainty, wisdom, love. To heal the body, therefore, it is necessary to heal the mind. "Healthy body in healthy mind".

Prevention - At this point it can be deduced that infirmity can also be prevented, and it is our duty to do so, by choosing to cultivate constructive moods.

They split up in typological remedies, that is, proper to the personality of the subject, and in help or complementary remedies, to be used according to momentary situations. Some flower remedies are 'typological', that is, they apply to the constitution and specific temperament of the person. Others, on the other hand, are prescribed in situations of temporary discomfort, depending on the changes in mood and emotions of a given moment. It is therefore necessary to be attentive to the elasticity of moods that can change frequently, to learn to delicately dig through the folds of one's feelings. However, one must avoid falling into the temptation to self-medicate when one is not fully aware of oneself. The wrong choice of flower remedies can lead to disappointing results and erroneous and unjust judgments about the therapy itself. Finally, remember that those who lie to themselves in a certain sense deny healing and chronicize their negative character tendencies. The diagnosis therefore, since Bach's remedies are aimed at the mental stages, is rather fine, it requires interviews of over an hour by the therapist who, on a medical-clinical and psychological basis, armed with sensitivity, openness and technical ability in 'going beyond words will lead the patient to know himself in an authentic way, to make his defects more aware, to search for what creates discomfort and tension in his intimate life and in his behavior towards his fellow men and towards himself. The expert, working with all possible dedication, will offer the patient an atmosphere of absolute trust and involve him in the diagnostic process, helping him to interpret instincts, emotions and thoughts, identifying the negative emotions and mental conditions that lie behind the organic disorders and that they open the door to infirmity, helping him to recognize his state or his illness as a legitimate part of the personality, to understand its meaning and to take responsibility for it internally, without condemning. It will also accompany the crisis of awareness.

Change - One must consciously aspire to change and know that a positive transformation will occur in us. The changes are subtle and gradual and consist first of all in a change of mood up to a complete well-being (it is necessary to consider that the conditions that have been created in the organism over the years cannot be abolished overnight) . We must wait for the process of purification and clarification with interest and love, only then will it be accelerated. In time, the personality will refine more and more with an underlying positive attitude.
With Bach Flowers Nature itself is allowed to act, and over time there is a gradual harmonization and development of the personality. Healing in chronic diseases can begin with astonishing speed. Individuals who are open and interested in the immaterial world react to flowers more quickly than those who reject such thoughts on principle, or who unconsciously want to silence the voice of their Higher Self, perhaps because they tend to repress their problems. The elderly, especially if they suffer from chronic diseases, usually react a little more slowly to the flowers.

Duration of treatment - The flower essences must be taken while the state of suffering or imbalance lasts, the disturbances cease when the remedy has acted, and therefore it is no longer necessary. Therefore the complete absence of addiction risk is guaranteed. They do not interfere with traditional or homeopathic medicines, and do not cause unwanted effects. Children, the elderly, adolescents, pregnant women, can use them safely. They are even successfully administered to plants and animals. What can sometimes occur is a first reaction of intensification of symptoms, especially when a painful and repressed thought for years, suddenly enters the fullness of consciousness.

Bach flowers and psychotherapy - This fruitful combination sometimes represents the decisive turning point, so that the root causes of the disease become internally accessible to the patient .

Purpose of floral therapy: the purpose it is not change, but it is development of personality. The method is inspired by the message: "be yourself, become who you are". The goal is to overcome the spiritual blocks to re-establish communication with the word soul, otherwise known as the SUPERIOR I, divine spark or inner doctor, through: the re-harmonization of negative behavior patterns, for example by passing from irritability to patience, to aim to obtain the reactivation of the psychic and physical self-healing capacities, according to the principle "heal yourself".

The therapeutic indications of the Floral Remedies they are certainly and in the first instance, indications aimed at correcting emotional distress. The Remedies are highly recommended for anxiety crises, for mild to moderate depression, for some forms of phobia, for insomnia and psychosomatic disorders. But also very interesting are the rebalancing effects that Flower Remedies express on emotional distress and reactive feelings to important organic problems such as: heart attack, cancer, AIDS, etc. Lately, many applications of a strictly and primarily physical nature are being discovered in the context of the use of Floral Remedies: treatment of pain, inflammation, allergic reactions, itching and so on. In addition to acting deeply on the mind, numerous flower remedies have in fact, also interesting physical effects there are flowers and revulsive effect on trauma or inflammation, other remedies that act on allergic eczema or cough, still others on colds or cellulite.

Edward Bach (1886-1936) was an established and respected Welsh-born physician and bacteriologist. In addition, he had the gift of simplicity of mind, attention and love for

everything around him. He thus noticed that people often feel bad as a consequence of disharmonies, of profound imbalances derived from the outside: education

received, the traumas suffered, the individual and social relationships not balanced. And, in the long walks in the countryside, observing the spontaneous vegetation, he also noticed the

behavior of the single species of plants: the determination to live despite hostile environmental conditions, the ability to defend oneself, to overcome various difficulties.

The Impatiens, for example, when touched opens the capsules containing the seeds and splashes them away, to ensure reproduction. It was the thirties of

last century. Doctor Bach identified the "essential character" of some botanical specimens and said to himself: why not pass it on to men to help them when

do they face obstacles of the same kind? Moreover, in nature like cures like, as claimed a century earlier Samuel Hahnemann, founder of homeopathy,

that Bach followed. Perhaps, we and the flowers (the most energetic part of the plant, because it assimilates the light and the solar vitality more) are on the same wavelength.

In the universe, we know today, everything is vibration, on different frequencies. Why exclude that certain particularly high frequencies - those of flowers, such as those of colors,

applied in chromotherapy - can they interact with the electromagnetic fields of the human body? Doctor Bach who guessed or assumed it. To capture the vibration

emotional aspect of the flower and transfer it to our organism, which is mainly made up of water, he thought precisely of water. There they are immersed the wild flowers are exposed to the sun,

then there is the dilution in water and brandy so that they do not alter. In this way the preparations known as "Bach Flowers'" are obtained.

Conclusions

Experience with Bach Flowers will help you discover ways to access your deepest resources of creative inspiration, and open avenues for full potential for self-expression. It is a journey of self-knowledge and -eventual- artistic expression, combining body work, voice work, meditation, guided visualizations, work with dreams, you can open and free unknown dimensions of your being and access great sources of creative inspiration, orientation, healing and full self-expression. The approach takes two main directions: Inward to find deep access to soul consciousness. The internal work calms the rational mind and allows access to a deeper intelligence, creativity and self-awareness, which makes learning towards Change possible. Outward, to free the expression of the imaginary, wisdom, desires, yearnings, etc. By practicing to release restrictions, tensions, and emotional energy stuck in the body and mind, we can begin to release the power and authenticity of our most expressive being.

Floritherapy today is increasingly a useful tool for the integration of academic medicine, above all for the absolute lack of side effects and for the easy integration with chemically synthesized drugs and with traditional methods, in which for some cases are an indispensable complement. However, it is a harbinger of interesting results even if practiced alone and as a method of first use. More and more people I know no able to understand and accept the simplicity and grandeur of Edward Bach's thought. Flower therapy is a simple and natural method of treatment, a beneficial aid to gain joy, peace of mind, courage, trust, love, understanding, calm, enthusiasm, inner serenity, authenticity and better character. In recent years it has acquired a greater number of supporters. The testimony of those who personally experienced it was decisive. Many who take care of flowers are enthusiastic about them and recommend them to loved ones.


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