The following flower essences are related to superficial.
Click on the name of the flower essence for more information and to check if it is pertinent to your need.
- Bisbee Beehive Cactus
Bisbee Beehive helps take us to the core of an issue and feel grace and healing energy at a cellular level. It is very often indicated for recovery of sexual or physical abuse.
- 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.
- Mala Mujer
Mala Mujer helps the positive expression of feminine qualities, releasing emotional tensions and bringing a lighter, more honest quality to our overall self-expression. It is for when we are bitchy, venomous, shrewish, or grouchy. (Guys! This means you too!)
If we have a false persona, Mariola restores the congruence of our inner experience and outer expression, provoking our essential honesty and enthusiasm.
- Palmer Amaranth
For those who focus on inessential things rather than getting to the root of the matter, Palmer Amaranth enhances insights as we awaken to a deeper perception of our being. This essence helps us to nourish our roots so we can flower and fruit.
- Unlocking Sexual Grace Formula
This formula helps us in accessing and releasing deep level psychic, physical, emotional and mental shock and trauma that blocks deep awareness of our own sexuality and body consciousness. It brings us in touch with our own purity and innocent sensual and sexual aliveness. It is an essence of choice for sexual abuse issues.
- 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.