DIY Flower Essences Course: Part Three
Potentization - Bottling, storing & dispensing vibrational remedies
“We are literally beings of light and energy assembled in a way that is fundamentally hidden from our limited physical senses. While our physical body is nurtured by nutrients and oxygen, it is also fed by the subtle energy of chi or prana, which is absorbed through the meridian and chakra networks. These subtle energetic forms of nutrition were understood by the ancients of China and India to be just as important as food and water to sustaining life.”
Richard Gerber MD. Vibrational Medicine: New Choices for Healing Ourselves
Welcome to part three of our DIY flower essences course!
In today’s post I’ll walk you through:
How to prepare the Mother Essence to make stock bottles and medicine water
How to bottle, safely store, and dispense your preparations
A selection of different ways to administer the essences
How to combine the essences to make a prescription blend
A brief recap:
We’re constantly exposed to many varied energies in our environment - mobile phone signals, radio waves, changes in atmospheric pressure, the emotions of the people and places we interact with. Although these vibrations, frequencies and electrical charges can’t be seen, they can certainly be felt, and they have an impact on our sense of emotional and physical wellbeing.
Flower essences vibrate at different frequencies. Although the mechanism isn’t fully understood, we can harness and transfer this energy to attune ourselves to the same vibrational pitch. In short, flower essences have the ability to change our resonance so we can return back to balance, and achieve a more harmonious state of being.
Check out these amazing music experiments to see an incredible demonstration of the effect of cymatic frequencies (vibrational phenomena) on matter.
DIY Flower Essences is a four-part, practical remedy making course, which includes detailed instructions for creating your own library of energetic medicines. If you’re a free subscriber and want to access the course (along with a growing archive of herbal medicine making tutorials) you can upgrade here for a fiver.
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