How do Flower Essences work?
One model for healing is based on the premise that our world is a physical one in which physical substances interact with one another causing physical or chemical change.
Einstein’s theory of relativity demonstrated that the world is also an energetic one. This means a model of healing based on the idea of different energies interacting with other energies is an equally valid model. This energetic model is what the world of Flower Essences is all about.
Flower Essences are energetic tools. They offer us information of an energetic nature. We experience them energetically and use them in our energetic systems, something I also refer to as our electrical systems.
Because Flower Essences offer their immense healing gifts energetically, there are none of the drawbacks of chemical medicine, yet the same healing information as chemicals can be conveyed. How exactly does this energetic transfer process work and why are flowers a good source of helpful healing information?
First, let’s talk about why flowers have anything to offer us. To continue to live and prosper, each flower in creation must solve the specific problems it confronts in its eco system. For example, a desert flower from the American southwest must overcome the challenges of extremes of temperature and infrequent and sparse precipitation, whereas a flower from Green Hope Farm in northern New Hampshire must tackle the challenges of dramatic seasonal temperature fluctuations and fierce winters. The solutions flowers develop in response to the problems they face become part of the flower’s architecture and growing habits as well as its energetic vibration. This vibration is the unique electrical pattern each flower has.
Flowering plants seek to evolve for other reasons besides survival. They seek to be the most sublime expression of their divinity. Their evolution is an expression of their own return journey to God. Flowers are the highest vibrational expression of a plant and reflect the plant’s efforts to be its unique divinity in a sea of divinity." Excerpt from A Guide to Green Hope Farm book.