Characteristic key symptoms of BFR – ” Metchthild Scheffer “

Metchthild Scheffer in her book “Keys to the Soul, A workbook for self-diagnosis using the Bach Flowers” (page 79) describes the Bach Flowers as follows:

1. Agrimony – the honesty flower.
2. Aspen – the psychic flower.
3. Beech – the tolerance flower.
4. Centaury – the service flower.
5. Cerato – the intuition flower.
6. Cherry Plum – the openness flower.
7. Chestnut Bud – the learning flower.
8. Chicory – the motherliness flower.
9. Clematis – the reality flower.
10. Crab Apple – the cleansing flower.
11. Elm – the responsibility flower.
12. Gentian – the belief flower.
13. Gorse – the hope flower.
14. Heather – the identity flower.
15. Holly – the heart opening flower.
16. Honeysuckle – the past flower.
17. Hornbeam – the vitality flower.
18. Impatiens – the time flower.
19. Larch – the self-trust flower.
20. Mimulus – the bravery flower.
21. Mustard – the light flower.
22. Oak – the endurance flower.
23. Olive – the regeneration flower.
24. Pine – the self-acceptance flower.
25. Red Chestnut – the cutting free flower.
26. Rock Rose -the liberation flower.
27. Rock Water – the flexibility flower.
28. Scleranthus – the balance flower.
29. Star of Bethlehem – the comfort flower.
30 Sweet Chestnut – the deliverance flower.
31. Vervain – the enthusiasm flower.
32. Vine – the authority flower.
33. Walnut – the midwife flower.
34. Water Violet – the communication flower.
35. White Chestnut – the thought flower.
36. Wild Oat – the vocational calling flower.
37. Wild Rose – the zest for life flower.
38. Willow – the destiny flower..

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