The following flower essences are related to separateness.
Click on the name of the flower essence for more information and to check if it is pertinent to your need.
- Celebration of Abundance Formula
This is a formula to facilitate opening to, and living, our natural state of abundance. It is an impetus to keep us moving to the next level without becoming frozen or stuck in limitations.
- Desert Christmas Cholla Cactus
This cholla cactus helps us communicate our limits with humor and ease, especially if we get caught up in other people’s needs or expectations. It is wonderful support when we have too many demands upon us and feel overextended.
- Desert Holly
Desert Holly helps us live in a heart-centered state, opening easily to love rather than working at it. It is excellent for those who feel stifled by smothering love or for those who live from their heads rather than from their hearts.
- Desert Sumac
Desert Sumac helps us transform the pain of loneliness and separation by seeing beyond the superficial differences in people. It is for those who feel they are on the outside looking in in social relationships.
- Evening Star
Evening Star is wonderful for problems of intimacy in relationships due to doubt about our emerging identity. It encourages us in shifting from outer dependence to self-reliance with confidence and quiet surety.
- Hedgehog Cactus
Hedgehog Cactus helps us sort out the difference between self-nurturance and overindulgence. It intensifies empathetic perceptions, bringing us closer to nature.
For the overly sensitive individual who finds it hard to cope with the mundane, Jojoba brings a sense of ease and security. This grounding essence helps us to participate in daily life and relationships.
Opening ourselves to abundance and pleasure, Mesquite amplifies compassion and warmth. This is a great essence for loners and for those who feel an inner barrenness.
- 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.