Monday, August 18, 2008

Issue of the Week - Aug 18 - Aug 24

Soul Support

Many people are going through major changes such as losing jobs, having to move after years in one place, financial difficulties, deaths, illness and separation. At times like these, one's inner sense of stability can become compromised to the extent that they are at risk of accident or disease. With so much of external reality appearing to fall apart, one may feel there is nothing or no one they can count on.

I have been experiencing this as a problem with my balance and by having many small accidents around the house and garden, such as stubbing my toes constantly. When this happens, I know I am disoriented because the energy around me is so unstable.

This is the time for remembering our connection to God/Goddess/Spirit as well as the angelic realm.

In light of this, today I was called to select the blend from Alaskan Flower Essence Project called Soul Support.

It is formulated from Cattail Pollen, Chalice Well, Cottongrass, Fireweed, Labrador Tea, Malachite, River Beauty, Ruby and White Fireweed essences.

Soul Support brings strength and stability during emergencies, stress, trauma and transformation, while providing support to rejuvenate and restore balance on all levels. This formula is known to be helpful in the following situations:

* Accidents involving injury, shock and trauma
* Emotional catharsis and violent outbursts
* Fear of flying
* Motion sickness
* Before, during and after visits to the dentist
* After receiving "bad" news such as a death in the family
* Divorce, job changes and moving to a new place
* Post traumatic stress
* Before and immediately after surgery and during recovery
* For any transition, challenge, or initiation

The description above was taken from the Alaska Flower Essence Project catalog.
For those who cannot take essences directly, they can be placed on the temples and pulse points. Essences can be put in bath water. They can be sprayed in a room or bed.

There is also a Soul Support Spray which includes the scent of Lavender oil from Kashmir, or you can make your own scented spray using the flower essence, pure water, a few drops of your favorite scent and a little brandy or vodka to blend the oils in the water.

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