The following flower essences are related to group.
Click on the name of the flower essence for more information and to check if it is pertinent to your need.
- Ancestral Patterns Formula
This is a combination of essences that facilitates: the awareness of specific patterning and conditioning from our ancestors or other societal groupings; deciding if we want to keep or rid ourselves of them; and then releasing or integrating them appropriately.
Bloodroot is for those who exclude themselves, or feel ostracized, from a group or community, usually because of deep feelings of unworthiness. It helps heal the wounds of rejection and free us from the bonds of unworthiness.
- 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.
- Community Spirit Formula
This formula enhances our ability to sensitively and firmly express our personal needs in relationship to a group and to contribute inspiration to the community. It sparks an appreciation of our place in the greater global community and a sense of responsibility for the earth.
- Sow Thistle
Sow Thistle helps us deal appropriately with obnoxious behavior, whether our own or that of others. It helps us deal with feeling intimidated by dominating personalities. It is also excellent if we find ourselves wanting a relationship so badly that we don’t give the other person the space they need.
- Wild Buckwheat
This is the essence to use when you compare yourself to others and set yourself apart from them. When we focus on the differences between us in relationships we isolate ourselves. Wild Buckwheat helps us find and focus on what we have in common, and helps us blend and harmonize with others.