Flower essences and flower essence mists are some of my favourite correction techniques in Kinesiology. Before I discovered Kinesiology, I came across Naughty Naturopath Mum flower essences. I used them on myself and my kids and had some amazing results. Particularly with being an empath, I found the “Peace” and “Protect” flower essences really helped to protect my heart and my energy. When I decided to study Kinesiology and discovered flower essences were a correction technique, I knew I was on the right path!
During a Kinesiology balance, we identify the appropriate flower essence or mist to use via a frequency match of the vibrational pattern of the client's condition to the vibrational pattern of the flower essence, indicated by a change in muscle response. So what are flower essences? Flower essences can be considered homeopathics for the emotions and spirit. In the preparation of flower essences, the water is potentized with vibrational qualities from the sun and the flower or devic kingdom. These vibrational patterns affect the higher vibrational energies of the astral, mental and spiritual bodies of the human aura. Introducing the flower essence vibrations into the body creates a resonance that reinforces the vibrational pattern of particular positive emotions, thoughts and spiritual attitudes. Flower essences work at the highest vibrational levels of emotions (astral body), thoughts (mental body) and attitude (spiritual body). As stated in Richard Gerber's book Vibrational Medicine, 'Healing from the highest vibrational state is the most powerful type of healing, as the higher vibrational energies are capable of changing the vibrational pattern of energies at any lower state.’
If a particular flower essence shows up a couple of times during a balance, I may recommend you purchase one to take home and continue with the healing. I can also muscle test using the indicator muscle to work out exactly which flower essence you need. I stock a small range of Naughty Naturopath Mum flower essences in my clinic.
Ref: C Krebs & T O’Neill McGowan 2014, Energetic Kinesiology