Go with the Flow Bush Flower Essence
Do you or your kids have a hard time dealing with change or uncertainty? Go with the Flow flower essence encourages you to stop resisting change and helps you to realise that not everything about the unknown is unwelcome.
When you're in the midst of change, are asked to try something new, or life feels like its out of your control, it's easy to become nervous and put up a wall. An example of this may be a picky eater. They tell you they don’t like it but have never tried it. They are not open to change to try something new.
The ritual of taking flower essences is a great way to focus your attention on the energetic state you like to embody and your intention of consciously creating it. Tribe of the Tree’s Go with the Flow inspires you to face the unknown with a spirit of adventure and openness, so working with this flower essence is the perfect ritual to support yourself with at times when:
- You or your kids have been holding back from something new, but are now ready to take a leap forward in confidence and openness
- Life feels out of control and frantic (perhaps because change is heading your way whether you like it or not), but you’re ready to set an intention of handling it all with ease and grace
- You've been feeling frustrated by trying to force change to occur, and are ready to accept that perhaps the timing isn’t right or there’s something more perfect over the horizon for you
- You're ready to embrace a new home, new school or job or a new environment and want to do so in a spirit of learning, openness and positivity
Directions: To enjoy the ritual of working with Go with the Flow Flower Essence, take 7 drops under the tongue, morning and night. Try holding the flower essence in your mouth for a few seconds before swallowing it, and as you do, spend a moment getting ready to go with the flow and being open to exciting, new opportunities.
Contains purified water, brandy (trace amount as preservative), vibrational essence of Mangrove seed (Avicennia marina var. australasica).