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​Bach Flower Remedies

Milka's blog

An ongoing of series of informational entries

photo by -tobias-tullius-


The Divine Love Flower

December, 2020

"For those who are sometimes attacked by thoughts of such kind as jealousy, envy, revenge, suspicion. For the different forms of vexation.

Within themselves they may suffer much, often when is no real cause for their unhappiness.                                                      -Dr. Edward Bach-

The Holly flower remedy helps us love unconditionally, be understanding, tolerant and express joy in other's success; this remedy help us develop a willingness to share and obtain a kind mind of  giving without a expecting anything in return, not greedy nor possessive.

The Holly flower remedy helps us replace negative emotions of spite, anger, jealousy, suspicion, misunderstanding, bad temper and anger toward others by approaching others with goodwill and a profound understanding of human nature. 



The Homesickness  Flower

December 2020

"those who live much in the past, perhaps a time of great happiness, or memories of a lost friend, or ambitions which have not come true. They do not expect further such they have had.                         -Dr. Edward Bach-


if you are away from your family and feel lonely, Honeysuckle will help you overcome the homesickness and sadness so you can enjoy the present.



 The   Restorative Flower

December, 2020

Those who have suffered much mentally or physically and are so exhausted and weary that they feel have no more strength to make any effort. Daily life is hard for them, without pleasure"                            -Dr. Edward Bach-

If you are feeling tired, weary and exhausted, Olive will help you raise your self-awareness so that you will feel restored and rejuvenated in body and soul.

Keeping Christmas

by Henry Van Dyke

The first Christmas tree

December, 2020

He who observes the day, 

Observes it in honor of the Lord.



The more marking of times and seasons, when all agree to stop work and make merry together, is a wise and wholesome custom. It helps us to feel the supremacy of the common life over the individual life. It reminds us to set our own little watch, now and then, by the great clock of humanity that runs on sun time.

     But there is a better thing than the observance of Christmas day, and that is keeping Christmas.

     Are you willing to forget what you have done for other people, and to remember what other people have done for you; to ignore what the world owes you, and to think what you owe the world; to put your right in the background, and your duties in the middle distance, and your chances to do a little more than your duty in the foreground; to see that your fellows are just as real as you are, and try to look behind their faces to their hearts, hungry for joy; to admit that probably the only good reason for your existence is not what you are going to get out of life, but what you are going to give to life, to close your book of complaints against the management of the universe, and look around you for a place where you can sow a few seeds of happiness- are you willing to do these things even for a day? then you can keep Christmas.  

       Are you willing o stoop down and consider the needs and desires of little children; to remember the weakness and loneliness of people who are growing old; to stop asking how much your friends love you, and ask yourself whether  you love them enough; to bear in mind the things that other people have to bear on their hearts; to try to understand what those who live in the same house with you really want, without waiting for them to tell you; to trim your lamp so that it will give more light and less smoke, and to carry it front so that your shadow will fall behind you; to make a grave for your ugly thoughts, and a garden for your kindly feelings, with the gate open- are you willing to do these things even for a day? Then you can keep Christmas.

      Are you willing to believe that love is the strongest thing in the world- stronger that hate, stronger than evil stronger than death-- and then the blessed

life that began in Bethlehem two thousand years ago is the image and brightness of the Eternal Love? The you can keep Christmas.

And if you keep it for a day, why not always?

But you can never keep it alone.