The following flower essences are related to self-forgiveness.
Click on the name of the flower essence for more information and to check if it is pertinent to your need.
- Crown of Thorns
For those who believe that they must pay a price for love, or that everything worthwhile is difficult to obtain, this essence helps us to know that abundance is our birthright. It is also excellent for those who are invested in the perspective of good and bad, or positive and negative.
- Embracing Humanness Formula
This combination formula is to help us be more fully human. It facilitates the acceptance of our human emotions, characteristics, and our bodies as the form in which to express our wholeness. It enhances our ability to get along with people and to flow easily in interaction with others and the earth. It helps us use the five senses to gain wisdom and understanding.
- Scorpion Weed
The strength of innocence and direct confrontation overcomes fear and paralysis. Scorpion Weed helps us with many types of fears: of the consequences of our actions; of our past mistakes; of not being forgiven. It is especially useful when we externalize our fears or when we create monsters out of them.
- 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.
- Unconditional Love & Support Formula
Unconditional love and support begin from within us and then radiate out from our center. The flower in this formula supports and encourages us to recognize and feel this natural flow of unconditional energy within and without.
- Helpless Siren Formula
The Helpless Siren Formula inspires awareness of the ways in which we use manipulation or sexual implications to get our needs met. It strengthens our ability to know what our needs are so that we can choose appropriate ways to have them met.