The Magic of Flowers
The sun will always shine again. I have been waiting for there to be no clouds in the sky so that I could create bleeding heart flower essences. You need to have clear skies for at least 4 hours and these beauties which are growing wild in my garden are here for me to play!!! On my walk home from the gym I asked for the skies to clear...... and forgot about my request and to my surprise they did! Leo moon Manifesting magic will be present in these elixirs for sure ✨💖☀️
Loving others unconditionally, with an open heart; emotional freedom.
Patterns of imbalance:
Forming relationships based on fear or possessiveness; emotional co-dependence.
Bleeding Heart flower essence is a very powerful heart cleanser and strengthener for those who must learn the deeper spiritual lessons of love and freedom. Those needing this remedy suffer enormous pain and broken-heartedness because their feelings have been poured out so completely into another soul who is no longer present. Perhaps this happens because a loved one has died, or a cherished friend or family member has moved away.
More frequently, such anguish arises in personal relationships which have dissolved, or in relationships that are greatly afflicted. Although love for another may have many genuine aspects, very often the Bleeding Heart type has made the error of living too extensively outside the boundaries of its own Self. This intense desire for connection is often felt by the partner as emotional dependence, causing the partner to fill a need for distance. Such a co-dependent relationship is devoid of real freedom and a balanced exchange of heart energies.
The loss and pain which are constantly felt by those in need of Bleeding Heart are therefore necessary experiences, when viewed from a larger perspective. Through Bleeding Heart flower essence, the soul learns to fill itself from within with strong spiritual forces, so that the capacity to love another is based on the ability to honor and nourish the Self.
- from the 'Flower Essence Repertory', by Patricia Kaminsky and Richard Katz.