Columbine flower essence helps you express your inner beauty. This elegant woodland plant has a 5 pointed red and yellow flower that resembles a rocket. It favors sunny hillsides and grows across the United States. The columbine flower essence is a remedy for self love, self appreciation and self esteem.
The Role of Columbine Flower Essence
We live in a society steeped in the trappings of outer beauty that feeds us messages that tell us we are inadequate and something about us is unacceptable. These messages can erode ones self esteem and lead one to disregard their inner beauty and uniqueness. Columbine flower essence counteracts these messages and enhances self appreciation. It helps us to acknowledge and express our inner truths, enhances our self esteem, and helps us express our unique talents. Columbine flower essence is excellent for those who’ve conformed and betrayed their artistic self to please others.
Because it helps with deeper self acceptance columbine flower essence is useful during many life stages. Teenagers, those charged with leadership roles and those at certain mid life stages of re-evaluation would benefit greatly from this essence. Columbine flower essence helps us integrate the beauty and truth we possess. Columbine can help us find that singularity of self that is lost when we seek validation from others.
Healing the Wounds of Trauma
Use this flower essence to helps mend wounds that have caused feelings of unworthiness and low self esteem. The impact of this is felt more deeply in those with a sensitive/artistic nature. The trauma which columbine helps with is good for those who feel shy, self conscious and unable to value themselves. would feel self-love, self-appreciation.
Columbine flower essence combines well with Money Plant, Explorer’s Gentian, Confederate Violet, Bigelowe’s Monkeyflower, and Western Mimulus to name a few. This is a key essence in the Trauma Kit. To purchase Columbine please visit this link to the Trauma kit page.Categories: Essence Alchemy Flower Essences, Flower Essence Blog