The Encyclopedia of Bach Flower Therapy by Mechthild Scheffer
Mechthild Scheffer has written a very comprehensive paperback book entitled The Encyclopedia of Bach Flower Therapy which Inner Traditions published. While Bach Flower Therapy concepts have been around a long time, this book adds tons of new information as well as including the basic concepts.
Don’t fall into thinking that Bach Flower Therapy is just some sort of homeopathic or herbal remedies you may have tried before with poor results. This is a completely different concept, offering a unique approach to methods of self-healing. It uses flower essences which are created by exposing the flowers to sun light or boiling them with alcohol. So far, you may be unclear, thinking that this sounds a lot like herbal remedies. But read on and you will see it is much different.
We know that many medications used in traditional medicine are created from plants, blossoms of plants, so realizing that flowers have healing power is not a hard reach if you read this information with an open mind and heart. What traditional medicine misses in most cases, however, is the spiritual nature of humans.
So what is Bach Flower Therapy? It is really energy therapy which can be complimented with counseling or self-exploration, to offer alternatives to traditional medication. The therapy can reduce stress, stabilize moods, and reduce fears and anxiety. Really all negative emotions can be treated with Bach Flower therapy from despair to grief, from sadness and hopelessness to pain when no medical cause can be found by traditional medicine.
Bach Flower Therapy was created in the 1930s by Dr. Edward Bach who found that mixing the essence of certain flowers with a cup of water and taking this four times per day offered a means of balancing energy and solving energy disruptions which are thought to be the cause of negative emotions. The restoration of the body’s energy balance allows the body to heal itself.
There are natural healers who are certified Bach Flower Practitioners, indicating not only that this therapy modality works but that it is accepted in the world of natural healing. That alone should make you want to read The Encyclopedia of Bach Flower Therapy.
Scheffer has filled her encyclopedia with color photographs, body maps, tips for healing the body and spirit, and so much more. This is the best reference book available for learning about Bach Flower Therapy. If you are experiencing any form of negative emotion or having unexplained pain, this book may offer some very viable solutions. It could truly change your life in a very positive way.
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