Exploring Bach Flower Remedies

The Bach Flower Remedies were discovered by Dr. Edward Bach between 1928 and 1935, and they are just as effective today as they were then.  

Dr. Bach believed that all physical disease originated first on an emotional and Soul Level. Once the moods and emotions had been brought back into balance,  the physical symptoms often disappeared altogether. There are 38 Bach Flower Remedies, all of which are Mood Remedies and Dr. Bach divided these up into seven different categories: for Those Who Have Fear; for Those Who Suffer Uncertainty; for Insufficient Interest in Current Circumstances; for Loneliness; for Oversensitivity to Influences; for Despondency and Despair and for Overcare Of The Welfare Of Others.  23 of the 38 Remedies have also been identified as Type Remedies which reflects the innate way of being specific to the individual. One can be considered to be a single type or a combination of types.

The Bach Flower Remedies work on an energetic level to enhance the positive qualities and virtues needed. While the Remedies are always chosen based on the negative qualities being experienced, they do not suppress the negative state, but rather allow the positive state to enfold, and as this does, there is no longer any room left for the negative state. The effects of the Remedies are often very subtle, however they can occasionally be quite dramatic. When one is addressing a chronic situation it generally takes longer to bring about balance, but when it is an acute situation it can often be resolved quite quickly.

The Remedies are all about changing our attitudes. When we change our attitudes we are able to change our perceptions of the world and thereby often are able to influence others around us to change as well.

The best results are achieved when the remedies are chosen with knowledge and care.  This workshop will give you the knowledge to understand the nuances of the different remedies so that you can choose the right ones for the situation.   The Bach Flower Remedies have no side effects and are safe for everyone to use from babies to adults to pets and plants.

Course curriculum

    1. Who was Dr. Edward Bach?

    2. Bach Flower Remedies Questions & Answers

    1. Fear Category

    2. Uncertainty Category

    3. Insufficient Interest in Present Circumstances Category

    4. Loneliness Category

    5. Oversensitive to Influences and Ideas Category

    6. Despondency or Despair Category

    7. Overcare for the Welfare of Others Category

    1. The Twelve Travelers

    1. Quick Quiz

About this course

  • $50.00
  • 11 lessons
  • 2.5 hours of video content