Bach flowers in case of uncertainty
Which Bach flowers are possible?
The following Bach flowers can be used for people who suffer from insecurity:
- Cerato (leadwort)
- Scleranthus (Annual Ball)
- Gentian (autumn gentian)
- Gorse (gorse)
- Hornbeam (hornbeam)
- Wild Oat (forest brespe, oat grass)
- You have too little trust in your own opinion
- There is a lack of trust in the inner voice and intuition and to stand by oneself
- The rational mind does not allow an intuitive solution
- People who Cerato need put excessive emphasis on the opinion of other people (how would you do that for me?)
- You talk a lot, ask a lot in between
- A decision recognized as correct is doubted again in the next moment
- One can be misguided against one's own conviction and to one's own disadvantage
- Cerato types hoarding information like in a savings account and knowing a great deal without even realizing it
- You don't apply your knowledge.
Positive development opportunities: Accepting inner guidance and intuition
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Scleranthus (Annual Ball)
- One is indecisive and erratic, internally unbalanced, opinion and mood change from one moment to the next
- There is a lack of inner balance
- Of the Scleranthus type don't ask other people for advice on how Cerato!
- Comparable to a grasshopper, which is induced to hop around aimlessly in large leaps by a small movement in the environment
- Not able to decide between two things, erratic gestures, switching between cheering as high as the sky and saddened to death
- As a result, loss of strength, despair, tears flow, severe suffering. Changing complaints ("Well, where does it hurt today"?)
- fluctuating blood pressure
- travel sickness.
Positive development opportunities: Decision-making power, balance, inner stability.
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Gentian (autumn gentian)
- One is fundamentally skeptical
- reports his doubts in every situation
- is easily discouraged and disappointed
- Gentian types do not approach the task
- It's not worth the effort
- one expects nothing more from life
- One often develops one depression and knows the reason for it
- School difficulties often arise in children through the refusal to participate and failure discourages and creates fear.
Positive development opportunities: Positive expectations, inner confidence.
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- One has given up hope and has given up ("it is no longer useful")
- Having grown tired, there is no strength to start again
- You wait for a miracle and something to happen from outside.
Positive development opportunities: Hope and new courage in new life situations.
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- You think you are too weak to cope with your daily duties, but you manage to do it
- Mental exhaustion and tiredness due to overwork and lack of balance
- One-sided way of life
- Tired eyes
- Fatigue disappears with a change, you are torn from the rut!
- Hornbeam acts like an energetic shower.
Positive development opportunities: Mental resilience, mental freshness and energy, enterprising spirit, turning away from luxury foods.
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Wild Oat (forest brespe, oat grass)
- You are unclear in your goals, internally dissatisfied because you cannot find your life's task
- Wild Oat types are multi-talented, do not need to make an effort, are ambitious, want to achieve something special
- You often have several jobs because a certain task becomes uninteresting after a while
- You are fickle and tend to start over all the time
- One is volatile and usually has no steady relationship or family
- Depression can arise
- You have to learn to live more in depth than in breadth!
Positive development opportunities: Inner clarity and precise goal setting
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