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Newsletter April 2018

Dealing with anger - White Light Workshop with Ian WhiteAustralian Bush Flower workshops - Special Offer

Dealing with anger

While reflecting on a topic for the April newsletter I of course thought of Spring, and spring cleaning, and essences such as Detox and Purifying, but then my thoughts turned to traditional Chinese medicine where Spring is represented by the wood element. The wood element is composed of the liver and gall bladder meridians (so this follows on the spring cleaning theme) but what caught my attention was the emotion of the wood element - anger.

Some think that anger is a toxic emotion that should be banished at all costs, but it is actually a healthy emotion if handled correctly and not repressed. Anger is a way of responding to stressful situations, venting frustration, or reacting to injustice. It is how we treat our anger that determines whether it is good or bad.

Some people rarely express anger, suppressing it and pretending that everything is always ok. Others express their anger in an explosive manner which can be frightening and even harmful to themselves and others. If you grew up in a family where anger was treated in either of these ways you may consider anger as bad and to be avoided at all costs. Shutting off our feelings of anger, repressing them as a way of feeling safe, can actually be harmful.

We need to accept our anger rather than run from it. By looking at our anger, and the reasons for it, it will begin to dissolve and find productive ways to vent its energy. One interesting thing about anger is that we are rarely angry for the reasons we think. Getting angry at someone or something is often the reflection of our past, including unacknowledged or unhealed wounds from childhood. Anger can be a statement of how we feel about ourselves such as a situation which makes us feel helpless or vulnerable. And of course, anger is intimately linked to forgiveness. Holding on to our anger, frustration, and resentment hurts us more than it does others.

Here are some of the essences that can help you address your anger issues.
Alaskan Essences: Blue Elf Viola, Mountain Wormwood
Australian Bush: Mountain Devil, Dagger Hakea
Crystal Energy Essences: Heart Healing
Deva: Fuchsia, Houx, Mimulus Écarlate
Green Hope Farm: Feverfew, Mary Queen of Scots Rose
Pacific Essences: Mussel, Blue Lupin, Kali, Wood Element
Petaltone: Clear Star, Fire Clear
South African Essences: Bauhinia, Belladonna Lily, Flowering Quince
Spirit-in-Nature: Raspberry
Wild Earth Animal Essences: Badger, Badger cub, Healthy Anger, Inner Child Healing


White Light Workshop with Ian White

.The seven White Light Essences help us to more fully understand our spirituality and fulfil our highest potential. The making of these essences led Ian on a journey to some of the most remote and sacred locations around the world. This two-day workshop will include inner exploration and meditation on the essences as well as case histories, the story of each essence, group discussion and insights on how to best utilise the remedies in your personal or professional practice.

Date: 19 and 20 May 2018
Place: Novotel Charenton le Pont - near to Paris

Contact: Nadia Jacquemin nadiajacquemin@mac.com, tel: 06 08 80 60 32

See the programme on our web site (in French).


Australian Bush Flower workshops

Training for the Australian Bush Flower Essences (in French).

These classes are taught by Nadia Jacquemin, the official Bush Flower Essences teacher for France and francophone countries.

Level I

  • Genève (Suisse) - 5 and 6 May 2018

Level II

  • Paris - 28 and 29 April 2018
  • Geneva (Switzerland) - 16 and 17 June 2018

For more information on these workshops, contact Nadia Jacquemin on 06 08 80 60 32 - nadiajacquemin@mac.com.

Special Offer

During the month of April, take advantage of our special 15% reduction on the 16 DEVA Combination Essences. Good for internet orders only, while stocks last.

These 16 original flower essence combinations are simple to choose and are used during passing difficulties or for longer standing issues. The composition of each combination essence is linked to the qualities of the flowers selected and their synergistic action. Some of the most popular combinations include: Assistance, Etudes et examens (Study and Exams), Nuits paisibles (Insomnia), Protection. Click here to see the whole range of 16 DEVA combination essences.