The following flower essences are related to giving.
Click on the name of the flower essence for more information and to check if it is pertinent to your need.
- Canyon Grapevine
For issues of autonomy, Canyon Grapevine brings appreciation of others as interdependent rather than competing. This essence helps us find a balance between dominance and dependency and encourages us to see obstacles as opportunities.
- Giving & Receiving Support Formula
This formula works with harmonizing both sides of the energy circle. To be guaranteed of receiving support you have to ask for it. This formula is excellent for helping us to give freely without strings attached and receive without feeling obligation.
- New Mother’s Formula
This is for supporting a harmonious transition to motherhood, whether we have “given birth” to new parts of ourselves or given birth to a baby. It easily opens instinctual and intuitive senses to know our (inner or outer) child’s needs and how to nurture them. We learn surrender to universal energy as the source for all our functions. It helps us to softly but powerfully be the center. It supports inner peace and outer giving, nurturing and empathy.
- Nice Guy Formula
This composite formula is for those who want to be nice at any price. It helps us have appropriate and straightforward relationships based upon respecting and empowering others, rather than rescuing them.
Pomegranate embodies the primal urge to produce, create, procreate and care for. It is excellent for difficulty in giving or receiving maternal support due to a lack of childhood nurturance. It helps when we try hard but get nowhere because our commitment isn’t total or right.
- Single Mother’s Formula
The Single Mother’s Formula offers excellent support for issues resulting from single mothering such as: overwhelm associated with trying to play too many different roles; feeling that there is never enough time or resources for healthy child rearing; guilty feelings of doing too much or not enough for our children. It helps us to move the focus to our needs so that we can then be available in the best way possible.
- Theresa Cactus
For those who hide behind serving others, this cactus fosters a deep sense of self-care. It helps us change conditional giving into unconditional service.