Before I say “Good Day” a quick note

Before I run, I just wanted to drop off another note about ISP Drive. I went back and doubled checked what I said earlier and I was mistaken. We still need $135.00 to keep the WOTC on the net. Being up all night and popping a cougar in the head will sort of leave you tired and sleepy. Please accept my apologizes for the $5.00 boo-boo. I know you will but the server won’t.

The Drive has such great momentum and just think how much we have raised. We still have six days left (if I counted right???) to raise the rest of the money. I know we can do it. We have to do it. So please, if you have thought about donating, please do so. It doesn’t matter how much the amount is, we will appreciate it. Just the thought of knowing people care about you and love you means the world to us at a time like this. So please take a moment to help us stay on the net.

Thank you so much to all those who have already donated, your support means the world to me. I can never begin to thank you enough, all of you!  Remember this is your home, I am just fortunate enough to be the caretaker.


‘THINK on THESE THINGS’ for May 7th

By Joyce Sequichie Hifler

Today I heard the laughter of children at play. Their voices filled the air almost like chimes. And I felt their arms about my neck and their sticky kisses on my face. How blessed I am! Today I heard a mockingbird trilling out every single song it ever heard from its winged friends. I closed my eyes and in the trees I heard all the voices I’ve heard since childhood, and it took me through all the happy, breathless, precious times I loved so much.

Today I heard my mother’s voice calling to me happily. It was a good, strong, healthy voice that has called to me courage, and hope and peace, and shall continue to call down many lanes to me.

Today I heard my child’s voice. I heard her singing, I heard her praying, I heard her laughing and talking. I heard her teasing and moving from place to place in all the activities I love to see her in.

Now, even more than ever I realize how grateful I am that God has given me the excellent faculty of hearing. I shall with all diligence try to hear nothing evil, but only love and peace which is my heritage.


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Elder’s Meditation of the Day May 7

Elder’s Meditation of the Day May 7

“We must all become caretakers of the Earth.”

—- Haida Gwaii Traditional Circle of Elders

Mother Earth is the source of all life. We should not only be concerned about the part of the Earth we live on, but we should be concerned about the parts of the Earth that other people live on. The Earth is one great whole. The trees in Brazil generate the air in the Untied States. If the trees are cut in Brazil, it affects the air that all people breathe. Every person needs to conscientiously think about how they respect the Earth. Do we dump our garbage out of the car? Do we poison the water? Do we poison the air? Am I taking on the responsibility of being a caretaker of the Earth?

Great Spirit, today, I will be aware of the Earth. I will be responsible.

May 7 – Daily Feast

May 7 – Daily Feast

If we ignore everything beautiful and look down the road to some future time, chances are it will be the same. This is the time, the e to a, the now, the present, to see the dearness of other people, the chance to be grateful – to enjoy. Why wait? Perfect times are elusive. They create an atmosphere that life should be lived on some high emotional level instead of experiencing love. Time goes by. The peaks were not what made life worthwhile – but the in-between times that gave us a chance to stand in the quiet of a wooded glen, even if it is just in our hearts, and know that love made it all worthwhile. Love will continue to make each a giant of peace in our souls.

~ I want to tell you if the Great Spirit had chosen anyone to be chief of this country, it is myself. ~


‘A Cherokee Feast of Days’, by Joyce Sequichie Hifler

The Daily Motivator for May 7th – In this very moment

In this very moment

You don’t have to be experiencing an epic adventure to enjoy profound fulfillment. There is much joy to be found in even the most ordinary days.

You don’t have to own an impressive collection of possessions to be rich. Life’s true richness comes from the way you feel, and feeling great requires nothing other than your choice.

There is no need to place conditions on your joy. Simply, and wonderfully, live it, now.

Your life is unique and precious, so treat it as such. Delight in the deep, rich substance of being, not just in the meaningless tokens.

Right here, right now, is everything necessary for great fulfillment. Always within you is the power to experience life at its very best.

Choose to exercise that power now, and find new, original joy in this very moment. Feel the possibilities, and bring them to life with your presence.

— Ralph Marston

The Daily Motivator

The Daily OM for May 7th – Present in the Progression

Present in the Progression
Letting Life Unfold

by Madisyn Taylor

Present time can be hard, but life unfolds as it will and the universe will wait as we make our way into the unknown.

Our lives are guided by natural rhythms that are particular to each of us and cannot be altered by force of will alone. Life itself is a journey made up of processes and events that manifest before us only to be swept away when time marches on. Whether we envision ourselves creating a career, building a family, or developing the self, we instinctively know when the time has come for us to realize our dreams because all that is involved comes together harmoniously. When the time is right, the passage of destiny cannot be blocked. Yet as desperate as we are to touch these beautiful futures we have imagined, we cannot grow if we are not fully present in the evolutionary experience. The present can be challenging, uncomfortable, and tedious, but life unfolds as it will, and the universe will wait patiently as we make our way into the unknown.

The fate that awaits us is not dependent on our pace, which was preordained before we ever appeared in human guise. Therefore there is no reason to rush through life to reach those pinnacles of development associated with the paths we have chosen. Enjoying and fully experiencing the journey of life is as important as achieving goals and reaching milestones. There are lessons we can learn during those moments that seem immaterial or insignificant that we cannot learn at any other time. Appreciating these takes patience, however, because human beings tend to focus on the fulfillment of expectations rather than the simple joys of being.

Like many people, you have no doubt longed for a device that would give you the power to fast forward through certain periods of your existence. Yet haste is by its very nature vastly more stressful than serene fortitude. When you feel yourself growing impatient because the pace of your development is deceptively slow, remember that everything that will occur in your life will occur in its own time. Quelling your urge to rush will enable you to witness yourself learning, changing, and becoming stronger. There is so much to see and do in between the events and processes that we deem definitive. If you are patient enough to take pleasure in your existence’s unfolding, the journey from one pinnacle to the next will seem to take no time at all.

The Daily OM

A to Z Emotional Issues and Imbalances and the Flower Remedies that Help Address Them

A to Z Emotional Issues and Imbalances…

and the flower remedies that help address them


For every emotional upset or energy imbalance there are vibrational flower remedies that can help energize, support, nurture, balance, or give relief. Flower essence therapy is a type of vibrational medicine. Other vibrational therapies include color therapy and crystal therapy.

While there is no medical evidence to support the effectiveness of flower essences, practitioners use different flower essences to treat holistic imbalances. However, people suffering from clinical depression or other mental health issues should contact a licensed mental health professional for treatment.

A. Abandonment to Awarenesss

  • Abandonment Angelica Baby Blue Eyes Bleeding Heart Chicory Evening Primrose Holly Mallow Mariposa Lily Oregon Grape Pink Monkeyflower Sweet Chestnut Sweet Pea
  • Acceptance AgrimonyBeech Impatiens Alpine Lily Baby Blue Eyes Bleeding Heart Buttercup Calla Lily Crab Apple Fairy Lantern Fawn Lily Fuchsia Holly Loves-Lies-Bleeding Pine Pink Monkeyflower Sage Scotch Broom
  • Addiction Crab Apple Gorse Mustard Olive Star of Bethlehem Clematis Chestnut Bud
  • Aggressiveness Impatiens Tiger Lily
  • Aging Beech Centaury Chicory Holly Honeysuckle Heather Gentian Mimulus
  • Alienation Calla Lily Alpine Lily
  • Aloofness Water Violet
  • Anger Impatiens Holly
  • Anxiety Elm Red Chestnut Aspen Rescue Remedy Mimulus Chicory Larch
  • Awareness Aspen Chestnut Bud

B. Balance to Bruising

  • Balance: Scleranthus Fawn Lily Calla Lily
  • Bee Stings / Bug Bites: Rescue Remedy
  • Bitterness Baby Blue Eyes Rescue Remedy
  • Blame: Beech Larch
  • Body Image Fawn Lily Alpine Lily
  • Broken Heart Holly Honeysuckle
  • Bruising Rescue Remedy Comfrey

C. Catalyst to Cynicism

  • Catalyst Indian Paint Brush Cayenne
  • Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Mustard Olive Rock Rose Crab Apple Hornbeam
  • Clarity Star of Bethlehem Clematis Chestnut Bud White Chestnut Bush Fuchsia
  • Cleansing Crab Apple Holly Easter Lily
  • Co-Dependence Centaury Elm Chicory Mariposa Lily
  • Communication Sturt Desert Rose Beech Impatiens Larch
  • Compassion Holly Heather -Mariposa Lily Fawn Lily
  • Concentration Clematis Elm Honeysuckle
  • Confidence Hornbeam Cerato LarchAspenMimulus
  • Confusion White Chestnut Wild Rose Gentian Scleranthus
  • Courage Gentian Aspen Rock Rose Mimulus Larch Fawn Lily
  • Creativity Wild Rose Larch
  • Criticism Beech – Crab Apple
  • Cynicism Beech Holly

D. Daydreamer to Dullness

  • Daydreamer Clematis Honeysuckle Fawn Lily
  • Death and Dying Star of Bethlehem Rock Rose Holly Mariposa Lily
  • Denial Chestnut Bud
  • Depression and Despair Mustard Gentian Elm Gorse Hornbeam
  • Destructiveness Gorse Beech Impatiens Cherry Plum Crab Apple Holly
  • Discouragement Gorse Gentian Larch
  • Disorientation Clematis
  • Doubt Gorse Larch
  • Dreams and Sleep Problems St. John’s Wort Hornbeam
  • Drug Abuse Agrimony
  • Dullness Hornbeam

E. Eating Disorders to Exhaustion

  • Eating Disorder Peppermint Cherry Plum Crab Apple Chestnut Bud Mariposa Lily Fawn Lily
  • Egotism Chicory Holly
  • Embarrassment Kangeroo Paw
  • Emergency Rescue Remedy Cherry Plum Crab Apple
  • Empathy
  • Empty Nest (see Remedies for Empty Nest Syndrome)
  • Envy Holly Honeysuckle Calla Lily
  • Environment Aversion Crab Apple
  • Erratic Behavior Aspen Impatiens
  • Escapism Clematis Chestnut Bud Honeysuckle Gentian Mimulus Fawn Lily
  • Exhaustion Olive Elm Hornbeam

F. Failure to Frustration

  • Failure Gentian Larch
  • Fainting Rescue Remedy
  • Faith Cherry Plum Mimulus
  • Fanaticism Elm
  • Fatigue Olive Impatiens Hornbeam
  • Fear Red Chestnut Aspen Mimulus Gray Spider Flower Cherry Plum Rock Rose Holly Larch
  • Feminininity Lily Wisteria Baby Blue Eyes Black Cohosh Bleeding Heart Buttercup Canyon Dudley Corn Evening Primrose
  • Forgiveness Beech Holly Mariposa Lily
  • Freedom Centaury Chestnut Bud
  • Frustration Wild Oat Impatiens Gentian

G. Gloom to Guilt

  • Gloom Gorse Black Cohosh Baby Blue Eyes Mustard Red Clover Scotch Broom
  • Greed Chrysanthemum Star of Bethlehem Honeysuckle Star Thistle
  • Grief Bleeding Heart Fuchsia Sagebrush Love-Lies-Bleeding Honeysuckle Yerba Santa Dandelion
  • Grinding Teeth Snapdragon Elm Red Chestnut Aspen
  • Guilt Sturt Desert Rose Elm Pink Yarrow Golden Ear Drops Deerbrush

H. Hate to Hysteria

  • Hate Crab Apple Holly
  • Hesitation Mimulus Larch
  • Hopelessness Mustard
  • Hostility Holly Tiger Lily
  • Hyperactivity Cherry Plum Vervain Impatiens
  • Hypersensitivity Beech
  • Hyperventilation Rescue Remedy Elm Aspen
  • Hypochondria Red Chestnut
  • Hysteria Cherry Plum Rock Rose

I. Immune Disorders to Irritability

  • Idealism Beech Centaury Clematis
  • Immune Disorders Beech Crab Apple
  • Impatience Impatiens Calendula
  • Inadequacy Elm Larch
  • Indecision Scleranthus Larch Wild Oat Tansy
  • Inertia Olive Cayenne Blackberry White Chestnut
  • Insomnia White Chestnut Vervain Rock Water Vine Elm Beech Impatiens
  • Intimacy Issues Basil Fawn Lily
  • Irritability Impatiens Beech Crab Apple – Chicory Chestnut Bud

J. Jealousy to Judgemental

  • Jealousy Pretty Face Trillium Holly Goldenrod
  • Joylessness Gentian Mustard Gorse
  • Judgemental Beech Pine

K. Karma

  • Karmic Struggles Angel’s Trumpet Sweet Chestnut Holly Forget-Me-Not Oak Fairy Lantern

L. Lack of Direction to Low Esteem

  • Lack of Direction Sagebrush Walnut Scleranthus Lady’s Slipper California Wild Rose
  • Lack of Motivation Gorse Larch
  • Letting GoCherry Plum Chicory Chestnut Bud Honeysuckle
  • Loneliness Heather Water Violet Elm Honeysuckle
  • Low Self-Esteem Centaury Heather Larch Calla Lily

M. Martydom to Mid-Life Crisis

  • Martyrdom Centaury Elm Chicory Heather
  • Masculine Issues Willow White Chestnut Pine Olive Elm Larch Dandelion Tiger Lily Calla Lily
  • Menopausal Issues Aloe Vera Borage Mustard Walnut Mimulus Beech Crab Apple Tiger Lily Mariposa Lily Alpine Lily Easter Lily
  • Mental Confusion Star of Bethlehem Clematis Chestnut Bud White Chestnut Bush Fuchsia
  • Mid-Life Crisis Honeysuckle Dandelion

N. Nausea to Nostalgia

  • Nausea Rescue Remedy Crab Apple
  • Negativity Sweet Chestnut Agrimony Crab Apple Beech
  • Nervousness Cherry Plum Mimulus
  • Nightmares Aspen Lavender Chaparral Black-Eyed Susan St John’s Wort
  • Nose Bleeds Rescue Remedy
  • Nostalgia Honeysuckle Forget-Me-Not Chrysanthemum

O. Obesity to Overwhelm

  • Obesity Peppermint
  • Obsession Cherry Plum Crab Apple Vervain White Chestnut Heather
  • Overwhelm Cherry Plum Elm Hornbeam

P(Q). Paranoia to Purification

  • Paranoia Gray Spider Flower Aspen
  • Perfectionism Beech Impatiens Elm Crab Apple Gentian Larch Dandelion Fawn Lily Alpine Lily
  • Pessimism Gorse Gentian Larch
  • Phobias Mimulus Aspen Rock Rose Cherry Plum Red Chestnut Rescue Remedy
  • PMS Mustard Scleranthus Crab Apple
  • Possessiveness Chicory
  • Powerlessness Chicory Tiger Lily
  • Prejudice Beech Honeysuckle
  • Prickly Heat Impatiens Rescue Remedy
  • Pride Water Violet Larch
  • Procrastination Clematis Larch Hornbeam
  • Psychic Attack Aspen Yarrow
  • Purification Crab Apple Easter Lily

R. Rejection to Restlessness

  • Rejection Crab Apple Chicory Holly Honeysuckle Gentian Larch Mariposa Lily
  • Rejuvination Olive Mulla Mulla
  • Relationship Issues Chicory Holly Mimulus Tiger Lily
  • Repression Larch Dandelion
  • Resentment Holly
  • Resistance / Rigidity Honeysuckle Impatiens Clematis Chestnut Bud Hornbeam Oak
  • Responsibility Hornbeam Pine Elm Chicory
  • Restlessness Impatiens

S. Scatteredness to Surrender

  • Scatteredness Clematis
  • Self-Acceptance Agrimony Sturt Desert Rose Crab Apple Larch Alpine Lily
  • Selfishness Heather Willow Chicory Holly Fawn Lily
  • Sensitivity Beech Star of Bethlehem Yarrow
  • Sexuality Issues Mimulus Crab Apple Basil Larch Mariposa Lily Calla Lily Alpine Lily Easter Lily
  • Shame Crab Apple Larch Calla Lily Alpine Lily Easter Lily
  • Shyness Kangeroo Paw Mimulus Larch Violet
  • Sleep Problems White Chestnut Rock Rose Aspen Sweet Chestnut Clematis
  • Sluggishness Hornbeam
  • Stress Impatiens Star of Bethlehem >Cherry Plum Elm
  • Stuttering Kangaroo Paw Larch Bush Fuchsia
  • Substance Abuse Agrinomy
  • Surrender Cherry Plum Centaury Rock Rose

T. Tension to Trust Issues

  • Tension Impatiens Dandelion
  • Tolerance Beech Impatiens
  • Toothache Rescue Remedy
  • Trust Issues Cerato Cherry Plum Mariposa Lily

U-V Ungroundedness to Vulnerability

  • Ungroundedness Clematis Honeysuckle Corn Fawn Lily Alpine Lily
  • Unkindness Kangeroo Paw Holly Snapdragon Willow
  • Vomiting Rescue Remedy
  • Vulnerability Centaury Yarrow Saint John’s Wort Red Clover

W. Worthlessness to Worries

  • (Feelings of) Worthlessness Pretty Face Larch Elm Buttercup Mallow Violet
  • Work Burn Out California Wild Rose Centaury Dandelion Elm Hornbeam
  • Worries Filaree Honeysuckle Red Chestnut Chamomile


  • Yin Yang Balancing Hibiscus Lily


Bach Flower Remedies

Bach Flower Remedies


Definition: A brand name of flower essences created by an English physician and homeopath named Edward Bach in the 1930s.

Bach was said to have believed that negative emotions could worsen or lead to physical illness and that flowers had the potential to reduce emotional stress. Bach created 38 individual remedies, each associated with a negative emotional state, and a “rescue remedy,” which is recommended for panic, shock and emergencies.

Bach flower remedies are made by placing the flowers in a bowl of spring water and then leaving them to infuse in natural sunlight or boiling them in spring water. The flowers are then discarded and the liquid is preserved with brandy, diluted and then sold in small vials.

Bach flower remedies are found in many health food stores. They are typically taken by adding two drops of each desired remedy into a glass of water, which is then sipped.

Pronunciation: Bok
Also Known As: Bach flower essences

Flower Essence Therapy

Flower Essence Therapy

Nature Remedies

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What are Flower Essences?

Flower essences are the blossoms of plants prepared from a sun infusion in a bowl of water, then further diluted, potentized, and then preserved with brandy. These preparations embody the distinct imprint, or energetic pattern of each flower species. In holistic healing flower essence therapy is categorized under vibrational medicine. Vibrational medicine incorporates the use of chi energies within living organisms such as plants, gemstones and crystals, water, sunlight, and even the foods we eat.

Flower Essence Therapy Origins

The founder of flower essence therapy was an English surgeon named Dr. Edward Bach. Dr Bach was a pioneer in understanding the connection of our emotional bodies to our physical health. The 38 original flower remedies, known as Bach Healing Herbs were used to treat the underlying emotional causes of diseases.

Ill health (physical imbalances and dis-eases) results when we are in imbalance or when we lose our awareness, are disassociated from others, or disconnected from our life purpose. The living forces of nature collected from the blooms of our flowering plants, prepared, and placed in liquid stock. and dosage bottles are used in healing our physical, etheric, astral, and spiritual bodies.

How Flower Essences Are Applied

Flower essences enjoy a reputation of being highly effective and very safe to use. Flower essences, or flower drops as I like to call them, can be taken directly from the stock bottle. A few drops are typically applied under the tongue. Alternately, three to four drops of stock essences are mixed into a liter of purified water that is sipped throughout the day.

Specialized combinations of essences are commonly prepared in one ounce dosage bottles. A dosage bottle will normally last ten to fourteen days.

The medical community is not convinced that there is enough evidence to support the effectiveness of flower essences. This is fair, admittedly, vibrational energy is very difficult to measure by scientific means. Yet, in the holistic community, flower essences are favored by practitioners to address emotional and spiritual imbalances. People suffering from clinical depression or other mental health issues should contact a licensed mental health professional for treatment.

Intuitively Selecting Flower Essences

Selecting essences can in itself be a process of inner growth and awareness. Through quiet reflection, meditation, self observation, and consulting and conversation with others, it is possible to become aware of issues in our lives that demand our attention. These may be related to any area of our lives, our work, our relationships, or our personal selves. I tend to see the flowers visually with my third eye, yet when I cross reference my visuals in my flower essence resource books. I am always amazed at how accurate intuitive-chosen flowers are. Kinesiology testing is another way that people can use to select the appropriate essences for themselves.

Helpful Tips:

  • Standard dosage for flower essences is four to ten drops under the tongue four times per day.
  • Potency is increased not by taking more drops at one time, but by increasing the frequency.
  • You can benefit greatly by consulting an experienced flower essence practitioner.

Although people occasionally notice immediate shifts when taking flower essences, others may experience difficulty perceiving any changes due to the gradual effects flower essences normally take. Taking flower drops over time will build a stronger and stabilizing influence in our relationships, in our attitudes, in our stresses, and in our overall state of well-being. Flower essences are not cure-alls. Flower essences are intended to be our helpers in aligning our life energy toward healthy growth and development.

An appropriate flower essence to keep near your computer for frequent use is yarrow. Yarrow essence helps relieve feelings of vulnerability and protects us from absorbing environmental influences (especially rampant within office atmospheres). When environmental and social forces threaten to overwhelm us…yarrow helps!


Empath Remedies – Flower Essence Remedies for Easing Empathic Characteristics

Empath Remedies

Flower Essence Remedies for Easing Empathic Characteristics

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Empaths or hypersensitive persons are intune with vibrational frequencies. They are vulnerable to taking on emotional “gunk” belonging to others which can cause them to feel anxious, fatigued, overwhelmed, or hurt. Below is a collection of flower remedies intended to help sensitive people release emotionally-charged energies and also shield themselves from picking up foreign energies in the future. Some of these essences can also help the empath work more effectively with their empathic gift.

Manage Your Empathic Tendencies

Incorporating the use of specific flower essences can help ease feelings of overwhelm or anxiousness associated with empathic natures.

Empath Essences

  • Olive – Revitalizer. Olive is a good remedy for anyone who is feeling the effects of fatigue or struggle. Olive can help the soothe the sensitive person who takes on more than his share of suffering. 
  • Yarrow – Energy Shield. Yarrow is a stablizing remedy. It can help to shield anyone who is extra sensitive or vulnerable from energies that could deplete their personal space. 
  • Beech – Beech remedy can serve as an energetic buffer, protecting sensitives from emotional attacks. Helpful essence remedy for anyone who feels socially vulnerable. 
  • Mountain Pennyroyal – Moutain Pennyroyal remedy is a protective agent that gives clarity of mind and blocks negative energies. It can also assist the empath cleanse and purge energies that have already been picked up. Expels negativity and psychic attachments. 
  • Pink Yarrow – Pink Yarrow remedy helps anyone needing to create emotional boundaries. It allows a person to remain compassionate to the needs of others without taking on their burdens. 
  • Dandelion – Dandelion remedy serves as a laundering service for washing away painful emotions. It allows emotional sludge to move through the body and get tossed away much like how dirt gets removed from clothing when it is laundered. 
  • Borage – Borage is a heart healer. Sensitive persons are often heavily burdened with the emotional hurts of many. This make borage the “go-to” remedy to ease the strain on the heart chakra. Borage lifts any burdens, offering energetic “lightness” and “healing.” 
  • Heather – Heather is normally prescribed for the self-absorbed personality helping him to learn how to step outside of the self and become more feeling of others. For this reason, the suggestion of heather for the empath may seem to be at odds. However, heather can also help an empath sort out his own emotions from adopted emotions that are not his. It helps a person recognize emotional energies in the body that do not belong. 
  • Fawn Lily – Fawn Lily essence helps reintroduce the “reclusive” personality back into the world. This remedy is an excellent aid for the empath who has kept himself locked away from others as a protective mechanism, but who wants to begin to mingle with people on his own terms in a controlled environment. 
  • Mallow – Mallow remedy helps break down self-protective walls an empath has built around himself. The problem with a solidly built energetic shield is that it not only blocks hurtful emotions, but it will block good emotions too, such as love and compassion. Mallow can help the isolated empath release fear and open up his heart so that he can begin feeling again. 
  • Yellow Star Tulip – Yellow Star Tulip is an excellent remedy for the empath who wants to use his empathic talents in the role of a healer. This remedy will help to enhance the empaths natural ability. This can be of great assistance to the healer in helping identify the needs of his clients. Refines inner truth and knowledge. 
  • Manzanita – Manzanita is a remedy for the individual who has over identified with his spiritual nature, choosing to ignore his human side. Empaths sometimes have difficulty embracing their physical bodies because of the emotional-body connection. The spiritual body has a natural detachment from the emotional body. However, earth incarnation requires having a body, and ignoring the body is not healthy. Manzanita essence helps to integrate spiritual and physical, helping the sensitive soul to view the world in a more balanced way. 

Balance is a gift that flower essences offer. They assist us in creating gentle energy shifts, easing any imbalances back into check.