Keys to the Soul

Keys to the Soul

By: Mechthild Scheffer (author), Stephen Plumb (translator)Paperback

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Mechthild Scheffer is an internationally ren owned expert on Bach flower therapy, and her work has helped to make Bach flower therapy more suitable for doctors, ther apists and lay use alike. '

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Part 1 A word about the specific aims of this book: how this book can help you. Part 2 The philosophy behind Bach flower therapy - excerpts from Edward Bach's writings: terms used in Bach flower therapy. Part 3 The higher self and the personality: my feeling self and my thinking self; the feeling self, the thinking self and the higher self; the optimum form of communication between the feeling self, the thinking self and the higher self. Part 4 Communication betweeh the feeling self and the thinking self: how does perception occur?; how do my feeling self and thinking self experience themselves?; how my thinking self talks to my feeling self; how poor communication between the thinking self and the feeling self leads to negative behaviour patterns. Part 5 The effect of the Bach flowers - and how the mind can help: the Bach flowers as catalysts for growth; how the mind can intensify the Bach flowers' effect. Part 6 Introduction to working with the 38 Bach flower principles: in preparation...; how do I establish a link with my higher self?; guide to the exercises section; the Bach flowers journal; supplementary notes and experiences with the Bach flower exercises. Part 7 The 38 Bach flower principles and the experiential programme: agrimony - the honesty flower; aspen - the psychic flower; beech - the tolerance flower; centaury - the service flower; cerato - the intuition flower; cherry plum - the openness flower; chestnut bud - the learning flower; chicory - the motherliness flower; clematis - the reality flower; crab apple - the cleansing flower; elm - the responsibility flower; gentian - the belief flower; gorse - the hope flower; heather - the identity flower; holly - the heart opening flower; honeysuckle - the past flower; hornbeam - the vitality flower; impatiens - the time flower; larch - the self-trust flower; mimulus - the bravery flower; mustard - the light flower; oak - the endurance flower; olive - the regeneration flower; pine - the self-acceptance flower; red chestnut - the cutting free flower; rock rose - the liberation flower; rock water - the flexibility flower; scleranthus - the balance flower; star of Bethlehem - the comfort flower; sweet chestnut - the deliverance flower; vervain - the enthusiasm flower; vine - the authority flower; walnut - the midwife flower; water violet - the communication flower; white chestnut - the thought flower; wild oat - the vocational calling flower; wild rose - the zest for life flower; willow - the destiny flower. Part 8 What have you achieved by performing these exercises?: the Bach flower profile; what you can recognize from the Bach flower profile; summary of the most important discoveries from your Bach flowers journal; further observations on self-diagnosis. Part 9 Ways of taking this work further: keep a regular record of your progress; get involved in a research project.

Product Details

  • publication date: 01/03/1998
  • ISBN13: 9780852073094
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 256
  • ID: 9780852073094
  • weight: 650
  • ISBN10: 0852073097
  • translations: German

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