Essence Type: Individual Flower Essence
Flower Color: white/yellow center/purple spots
Flower Essence Description
Self-mothering brings joy and freedom, healing separation and alienation. We become receptive to human love.
- joy and freedom through being in touch with a sense of integrated self-mothering
- carrying the mother inside yourself
- opening the channel to the energy of the source
- receptivity to human love
- healing the feeling of separation and alienation
Patterns of Imbalance
- feeling separated from mothering support
- unable to mother yourself
- insecurity resulting from an inability to mother yourself or give yourself comforting, reassuring messages
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Mariposa Lily is related to the following keywords:
• alienation • autonomy • desolation • inability • insecurity • isolation • joy • love • mother • reassurance • security • self-mothering • self-support • support • child • separation anxiety
Mariposa Lily is mentioned in the following core-issue articles:
- The Core Issue: The Inner Child
- feeling insecure and unable to give yourself comforting, reassuring messages
- The Core Issue: Insecurity
- Joy and freedom through being in touch with a sense of integrated self-mothering.
- The Core Issue: Isolation
- feeling separated from mothering support; isolation resulting from an inability to mother yourself or give yourself comforting, reassuring messages
- The Core Issue: Separateness
- feeling separated from mothering support; separation anxiety
Mariposa Lily is part of the following series or practitioner kits:
- Individual Essences Kit
This kit contains our full line of 119 individual flower essences, all of which are described in depth in The Alchemy of the Desert – Fourth Edition.
- Applied Physiology Kit
This kit is a set of 30 selected Desert Alchemy® flower essences that form an integral part of the healing program pioneered by Richard Utt, founder of the original International Institute of Applied Physiology in Tucson, Arizona.