Jill Mattson
from: Jill Mattson
Category: Sound Healing

Emotional Healing from Flower Sounds

Plants have always been theprimary source of healing substances for mankind.  The ancient day Shaman inherited a wealth ofknowledge about plants and their medicinal uses from his fore fathers.  Plants growing in the wild offered abundantvariety and powerful tonics for early man’s use in healing.  Modern Pharmaceutical Companiessystematically study and test plants for new drug development programs.  To this day, plants are responsible for more farmore beneficial drugs than manmade synthetic routes.  The race is on to find rare new plants in thejungles of the Amazon for  pharmaceuticaluses before they are lost forever through extinction.


Plants clearly have a uniquephysical nature, which we (and other living beings) depend upon: for food andnourishment, for important material and chemical components (for building andclothing needs) and for powerful medicinal properties and healing powers.  Beyond these obvious applications a deeperappreciation of the power of plants is arising. As we increase our understanding of the holistic, irreducible nature of theuniverse and all living systems, it is indisputable that plant life functionson many sophisticated and subtle levels.


Plants are sentient beings.  Plants demonstrate consciousness; they feeland move; they constantly respond to the surrounding environment. Sensitiveexperiments dating from the 1920’s showed that plants possess a nervoussystem.  Polygraphs have demonstratedthat plants respond to human thought and speech.  These “simpler” forms posses a life force andthis has important implications for us. Plants and people share in the divinity of the grand design of nature.


One of the most famous andrespected names associated with the unique use of plants in healing is Dr.Edward Bach of England (1886 - 1936).  Edward Bach discovered that certain floweringplants are able to alleviate human emotional and physical problems.  Bach learned to extract the essence or vibratory imprint fromparticular flowers and to transfer this energy imprint into pure water -which is then ingested orally or placed sublingually.  These nonmaterial essences function asvibrational medicine - healing energy. The flower essences work on the multidimensional mind-body-spiritbeing.  Each healing flower offers uniquebenefits to an individual.  Eventually,Bach identified and prepared 38 healing flower remedies.  (See Table I).  Long before Bach, Ancient Tribes in SouthAmerica similarly found native flowers useful for soothing physical, emotionaland psychological illnesses.


The flower essences work tobalance, unblock and harmonize the various subtle and fine energy systems ofthe body-mind-spirit being.  They aregentle but effective in helping a willing person bring about change and healhimself.


An exciting new development has surfacedin recent years that allows the direct application of the flower essencesthrough sound frequencies - bypassing the physical flower altogether.  In this novel approach, the same marvelousbenefits that many have long enjoyed via the traditional water borne floweressences, can be quickly and effectively bestowed through sound.


Pioneers such as Sharry Edwardsand Dr. Royal Rife spent their lives studying, measuring and derivingvibrational energies  for healing.  Eventually, Sound Healers were able to identifyexact wavelengths of sound to address specific ailments.  The precise mechanisms are not totallyunderstood, but as with other vibrational healing it appears the effect workson a holistic basis providing benefit to the spirit and the mind of the personhelping one heal himself.  There areemotional benefits that are inseparable from the overall healing process.  At the deepest level everything (andeveryone) is energy and energy heals most directly!


A revealing example of the natureof sound in healing is reported by Sharry Edwards. Niacin is a vitamin that is necessaryfor life.  If a person is deficient inniacin they can take supplements.  Aflushing of the skin often occurs with the use of niacin supplements.  Edwards found that she can administer thefrequency equivalent of niacin (using only sound waves) to a person and thesame nutritional benefit is achieved; astonishingly the skin flushing will alsooccur.


As reported above, the benefits ofthe flower remedies can be passed directly through the use of sound.  The author's work has endeavored to extendthe  benefits of the flower essences bycomposing complete "Healing Flower Music" (Symphonies) that employthe sound frequency equivalent of the associated soul flower.  The characteristic flower frequency isembedded in a complex musical composition. The listener receives the flower essence energy from this frequency andmuch more. The frequency need not be loud or isolated. The body is adept atincorporating subtle frequencies.  Inthese Flower Symphonies the multidimensional musical composition begins byfirst expressing the negative emotion that the flower energy addresses.  Listening to the negative aspect offers asense of catharsis to loosen and clear emotional blockages. People can be sooverwhelmed by negative energies that they cannot receive positive energiesuntil the clear emotional baggage is cleared.


The symphony then plunges into thepositive  emotional transformation.  This positive movement uplifts the listenerand together with the accompanying flower frequency provides intense emotionaltransformation and healing.  Theexperience offered by the combination of the healing flower essence togetherwith the musical encounter present in the symphony can produce a powerful,healing state impacting physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual energies.


For those who live in a dreamy,not-fully-awake and alert state, the Clematis flower is the remedy.  The Clematis is the reality floweressence.  The Clematis symphony continuallybeats out the flower's frequency.  On topof this track, the overarching music begins with a rhythmic breath.  The breath becomes the percussion beat,combining with pleasing, diffuse tones to create a state of dreaminess.  Foggy tones and echoes muffle clarity.  As the song continues, the warmth of the sunbeckons the soul to awaken, to see more clearly and to dance in the glory ofthe fully awakened light with clear melodic tones.


For those who suffer from anxietyor excessive worry the Mimulus is known as the "Bravery Flower". TheMimulus helps  those with fears ofillness, pain, accidents, poverty, loneliness and misfortunes.  People struggling to master their fears oftenquietly bear their dread; this flower offers relief.  The Mimulus symphony begins with creepy,fearful music and a scary hiss.  Themusic gradually transforms after catharsis occurs and trust is built by creatinga rhythmic frame work, based on the sound of a reassuring heart beat; thissound has been with us our entire lives. Ultimately, a strong, confident song sings out washing over the listenerand dissolving their fears.


In closing, the benefits of theHealing Flower Essences have been widely utilized by people since ancient timesto gain a gentle emotional lift or helpful resolution.  There now exists a total vibrational energypath to the same blessings - listening to the frequency equivalent of thedesired Flower.  Further, by addingspecially designed music to the experience even greater advances arepossible.  Certain people have reportedextraordinary results when they simultaneously listened to the FlowerSymphonies and took the Flower essences sublingually in the traditional manner.  


The transformation of sentientplant energy to pure vibrational energy (both available for uplifting the humanspirit) is yet another manifestation that all living entities and all energiesare one in the grand design.  For ourpart we need to care for and preserve nature; enjoy the bounty of a simplewildflower to help fill your deepest emotional needs.




























































Negative emotions… Flower… Remedy….
  Fears of everyday life, dread, feelings of misfortune, darkness   Mimulus: The Bravery Flower     Takes us from Fear of the World to Trust in the World
  Needy, clinging, fear being alone     Heather: The Identity Flower   Takes us from Needy Child to Understanding Adult
  Hopelessness, giving up, despair     Gorse: The Hope Flower   Takes us from Giving Up to Going Forth
  Jealousy, envy, revenge, suspicion     Holly: The Heart-Opening Flower   Takes us from Hard-Heartedness to Generosity
  Misguided, lacking confidence, indecisive   Cerato: The Intuition Flower   Takes us from Indecisiveness to Inner Certainty
  False cheerfulness, worry, restlessness     Agrimony: The Honesty Flower   Takes us from Pretended Harmony to Inner Peace
  Possessive, overly cautious for children & loved ones, cloying, continually correcting   Chicory: The Motherliness Flower     Takes us from Demanding Love to Giving Love Freely
  Drowsy, dreamy, lacking interest in life, not happy with the present-ever looking forward   Clematis: The Reality Flower     Takes us from escaping Reality to Living in reality
  Hasty, impatient, always rushing, pushing to get things done   Impatiens: The Time Flower     Takes us from Impatience to Patience
  Lacking strength & vitality, feeling life is a burden     Hornbeam: The Vitality Flower     Takes us from Listlessness to Mental Freshness

References


Barnard,Julian. Bach Flower Remedies: Form and Function, Lindisfarne Books: GreatBarrington, MA, 2002.


Mattson,Jill. Ancient Sounds ~ Modern Healing, Wings of Light: Oil City, PA.,2008.


Scheffer,Mechthild. Encyclopedia of Bach Flower Therapy, Healing Arts Press:Rochester, Vermont, 2001.







[1]Scheffer. Mechthild. Encyclopedia of Bach FlowerTherapy, Healing Arts Press: Rochester, Vermont, 2001.

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