Bach Flower Therapy

 

The therapy

Bach Flower Remedies are Nature’s gift to mankind. They were “discovered” by Dr. Edward Bach, a British bacteriologist, physician and researcher who was divinely inspired to find a simple yet effective way to help people heal. He found that it is not germs, disease or pathology alone that determines how a person recovers. Rather, it is the emotional and mental outlook of the person which is the best guide to find a cure.

Gradually, Dr. Bach began to abandon the scientific method and its reliance on laboratories and oversimplification sought by reductionist theories. He fell back instead on his natural gifts as a healer, and more and more allowed his intuition to guide him to the right plants.

After years of trial and error, which involved experimenting with thousands of plants, he found one by one, each of the 38 remedies he wanted. Each was aimed at a particular mental state or emotion. He found that when he treated the personalities and feelings of his patients their unhappiness and physical distress would be alleviated naturally. This would raise the healing potential in their bodies and would recover to a state of health.

The Remedies

HottoniaPalustrisInflorescenceThe 38 flower remedies seek to balance negative emotions and develop our individual strengths. The remedies are effective and safe for people, animals and pets and even plants. They are being increasingly used by complementary therapy practitioners worldwide. There is a growing body of evidence that points to the efficacy of Bach Flower Remedies.

The practitioner

As a Bach Foundation Registered Practitioner, Ashok RajGuru will guide you to select the remedies most suited for your state. Unlike other methodologies, a Bach Flower practitioner never “prescribes”, but helps and guides you through a process that reveal the remedies you need at the moment.

Note

Ashok RajGuru is not a licensed medical practitioner. Bach Flower Remedies act effectively in conjunction with all other medical or therapeutic techniques. These remedies are not meant to replace or substitute any form of medical treatment.