Sep 27, 2016
By Mark D'Aquila | Comments Off on Flower Essences for Focus
Focus can be a tricky thing in this information saturated world ww live in. I have always had a Mercurial mind which makes focus even more challenging. I have also found flower essences to be a great aid for when I need to focus. The word focus is defined as the center of interest or activity, an act of concentrating interest or activity on something. Are there times when you need help with focus? If so you will deeply enjoy this formula.
The flower essences for focus formula will help you concentrate, complete tasks, stay centered and not get overwhelmed . This formula is perfect for students, writers, actors or anyone needing help with focus. Children and adults with attention disorders would enjoy this formula. Use this formula to help with study, focus, and comprehension.
The Flower Essences for Focus Formula
Clematis: This essence keeps the mind focused preventing it from drifting away. It acts like an anchor to keep us present with the task at hand.
Lemon: This essence impacts the mind in a fresh and positive way. It strengthens our left brain the logical and analytical side. A strong left brain helps us grasp mathematical concepts and computer skills with more ease. It also helps the mind stay open and flexible.
Margarite: This flower essence helps us to synthesize information and give us a cohesive understanding of large concepts. It helps to bring information into a focus for deeper understanding and integration.
Rabbitbrush: This flower essence helps us to hold a center of focus while maintaining awareness of the periphery. It helps us to manage diverse aspects of project or topic and not be overwhelmed. Rabbitbrush is the flower for multi task support.
Speedwell: This flower essence brings a clarity to the mind and supports better interface with the upper chakras. This allows higher inspiration to be infused into learning and studying.
Purchase the Flower Essences for Focus Formula
This formula comes in a 15ml stock bottle. It is suitable for dilution to the dosage level.
Dec 21, 2015
By Mark D'Aquila | Comments Off on The Wisdom of Winter
“In a way winter is the real spring, the time when the inner things happen, the resurge of nature.” –Edna O.Brien
Today is the winter solstice. The longest night of the year and the first official day of winter. Winter traditionally is an introspective season a time when mammals and plants hibernate. It is a time of dormancy when we remain inactive or indoors for extended periods.
Winter is the season of rest and the rhythm of nature supports this. While the pace and duties of daily life may not slow down you may notice you’re craving more sleep and quiet. Honoring your craving for rest and quiet serves long term well being. In fact rest is crucial to replenishing our vital forces.
Winter Workshops to Support Inner Development
More and more people are turning to plants and flowers essences for support. Flower essences are a perfect healing tool for the inner landscape. And, by healing our inner wounds, limiting beliefs, traumas, and negative imprints, our outer world shifts. This January I will be presenting 3 workshops exploring inner healing and how to use flower essences to support inner growth. Sign up here: Seeding Conscious Intentions for 2016.
Practices to Support Winter Rejuvenation
Winter is a good time for getting back in touch with oneself. The slowing down of outer activity supports deeper listening to our own heart, soul and higher self. This can be a time of coming back to what’s important to living a healthy balanced life. Remembering we can find productivity in slowing down, glean wisdom from silence and energy from rest. Attuning with nature can help us make sense of the larger patterns of life. It also puts us in touch with the simplicity and connectedness of all life.
The cold and dark of winter invariably means we spend more time indoors. The general quiet of the season favors meditation and inner reflection. If you’ve been thinking of taking up a spiritual practice now is a good time. Some recommendations include restorative yoga, yin yoga or Tai Chi. These practices tune the body, putting you in touch with its deeper needs. This is a great time to find he joy in quite and simplicity. In our modern fast paced technologically driven world it is easy to lose touch with the rhythms of nature and simplicity of life.