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Bach Flower Remedies door Julian Bernard

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The thirty-eight flower remedies discovered by Dr Edward Bach were described by him as bringing courage to the fearful, peace to the anguished and strength to those who are weak. Julian Barnard's Bach Flower Remedies – Form and Function is a book about the way these remedy plants grow and how they relate to human emotional states.

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The thirty-eight flower remedies discovered by Dr Edward Bach were described by him as bringing courage to the fearful, peace to the anguished and strength to those who are weak. Julian Barnard's Bach Flower Remedies – Form and Function is a book about the way these remedy plants grow and how they relate to human emotional states. It has been a long time in the making, representing the summation of over twenty years' work, study and practice. Taking the storyline of Dr Bach's discoveries of the Bach flower remedies it is both a reappraisal and  a strikingly original account of the relationship between plants and mankind. Bach spoke of the Grand Design which is behind the physical world of living things. A Grand Design and a Grand Designer. Here we see aspects of that design at work. Barnard presents the thirty-eight Bach remedies in a straightforward manner so that anyone can make sense of them and appreciate their different qualities. His presentation uses the schema used by Bach himself in the unfolding story of their discovery. It is the system of 12:7:19, the Twelve Healers, the Seven Helpers and the Second Nineteen. The Twelve Healers are the twelve soul types, the type remedies; the particular nature with which we are born. The Seven Helpers are chronic conditions, emotional states which have developed over time, which have become habitual and may mask the true type. The Second Nineteen are reactive emotional and mental conditions which can occur as a response to life traumas. Such conditions may be long lasting and deep-acting but can be traced back to a particular event which triggered the reaction. An understanding of these three kinds of remedy is supported by understanding the difference between the two ways of preparing Bach remedies: the sun method and the boiling method.