Sunday, 30 November 2014


I am pleased to  announce that as  a certified Flower essences therapist  I do provide Flower Essences Therapy  for both  animals and their guardians.

Flower Essences for Animals

Animals love  Flower Essences and readily embrace their gifts. Because animals experience the world through an energetic filter, they read and respond to the energies of every person, animal, place, or circumstance they encounter. As animals read the unique energies and electrical patterns of everything in their world, they are affected by these energies.
"Animals recognize the good energies of Flower Essences and know exactly how to use them to improve their health and energetic balance."
Negative energies such as anxiety, anger, or the electrical dissonance of the modern world have electrical patterns that can leave animals feeling anxious, out of balance, or ill. In contrast, the positive electrical patterns of our Flower Essences help animals to improve their health and emotional well-being.
They do this by replicating the positive electrical patterns of the Flower Essences in their own electrical systems. This tuning process comes as naturally to animals as eating or sleeping.

What Are Flower Essences?

The Bach Flower Remedies is a natural method of healing discovered by Dr. Edward Bach in the 1920-30th. The Bach Flower Remedies helps people as well as animals recover from emotional imbalances by restoring them with positive emotions.
The most commonly used remedy for pets is called Rescue Remedy has been used successfully on animals who have experienced trauma, have fear of thunder and firework, dislike visits to the Vet and Groomer. Dog owners have experienced success when using Rescue Remedy on their dogs with seizures.
In addition the Rescue Remedy there are a total of 38 Bach Flower Remedies that in combination can help all emotional imbalances ranging from fears, hyperactivity, jealousy, over-protective, possessive, overly-needy, lack self-confidence, inability to learn and anything in between.
It may at first be hard to decide which remedy to choose for your pets behavior, but as you get to know your pets and animals you understand how they feel, you can see the change of attitude if you introduce a new family member to the family and the pet may feel jealous, and therefore need Holly. Or your cat may be very needy for our attention and therefore require Chicory. Some animals dislike anything to do with the car, vet and grooming and may need either Mimulus and or Rescue Remedy. A barking dog may be fearful and lack confidence and may need Mimulis and Larch.
By looking at our pet’s environment and the personality we can determine which of the 38 Bach Flower Remedies our pet needs.

Directions on how to give the Bach Remedies to animals:
Rescue Remedy can be rubbed on the animals gum, ears or paws as needed or you can add 2 drops to the drinking water.
To make a treatment bottle you get a 30ml/1oz mixing bottle and add 2 drops of each Remedy. You can combine up to 6 or 7 Remedies in a treatment bottle.
As preservative (optional) you can add 1 tsp of vegetable glycerin. Then you fill the bottle with water.
From this mixture you give your pet 4 drops, 4 times a day until it feels better. You can also add 1 drop from each remedy to your pets drinking bowl, or rub a little on their paws or ears 4 times a day.

Rescue Remedy Pets

Pet – Rescue Remedy 10 and 20 ml – Alcohol Free
Bach for PetsWorks wonders for animals that are impatient, fearful, have been through a traumatic situation, have fear of thunder and fireworks or do not feel themselves.
Add 2 drops in their drinking water and you’ll see how quickly they return to normal.
Inactive Ingredients: 80% Vegetable Glycerin, 20% water
The original Bach Flower Remedies has been used on humans and animals for more than 80 years.Take a look at the chart below and you will be able to find the correct remedy for your pet's situation.

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