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Bach Flower Essences for Indecision

Chestnut Bud
Stymied or stuck, unable to make progress; repeat same mistakes again and again in relationships and situations. Cannot step aside and observe life to learn from past mistakes… Slow learner in life situations.

The typical Chestnut Bud is found in the woman who marries the same personality type over and over again and each relationship ends up in divorce. They may be able to make a decision but it may not be the one that will bring them their greatest joy.

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Centaury
Easy to serve others . submerge your own identify. Difficult to meet own needs, play, create or express.. meet demands of others. Weak willed, especially with own personal goals.

The centaury personality puts everyone's needs before their own. They are at the bottom of their own list and have a hard time saying no. They become the doormat that other's have an easy time using and abusing.I have found that women who manifest breast cancer have deep imbalances in a centaury personality.

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Cerato
Frequently relying on counsel of others. Regret choices made.. doubting one's ability to make the right choices in life Lack of inner wisdom. The Cerato personality knows what they should do, but need assurances from others in order to make the final decision.Cerato helps us make choices that make the individual happy first thereby helping those around them create happiness in their own lives.

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Honeysuckle
Dwelling and longing for former relationships or living situations. Always looking back. Nostalgic or romantic. Life would be different only if...

Honeysuckle allows us to let go of the past and live in the present moment.

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Scleranthus
Torn between one or more options - unable to make a firm decision. Goes back and forth between people or situations with no commitment or intentions. Constant shifting of emotional states and physical symptoms.. restlessness or confusion.

The Scleranthus personality has a hard time making a decision between two choices - should I pick red or blue? Should I buy this car or that one?

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Wild Oat
Current lifestyle is not your inner destiny or life purpose. Difficult to focus on talents and capabilities and harness your own gifts. Dissatisfied with work with no real commitment or interests.

Wild Oat can be used for those who change jobs often and cannot find satisfaction through their purpose in life; or can be used at a time when there is indecisiveness if it is time to leave a job or not. It can also be useful for those who have many gifts and talents but are not able to use them to create happiness in their own lives.

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3 comments:

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Anonymous said...

Very interesting!
Soooo lucky to find the exact info to address this quality of indecision present in my family member.. Super excited to think it can change the innumerable procrastination and doubts and confusion and reluctance and hesitations to make a decision. Looks like Cerato, Scleranthus, Honeysuckle, Wild Oat and Chestnut-bud will come in useful greatly and relieve so much stress and pain! Thank you Linda and Dr.Bach.
Very happy to see this article on emotions and flower remedies. Thank you.

Linda Wojcik, Nutritional Kinesiologist, Spiritual Intuitive said...

You are very welcome. Flower essences can be very effective. However, putting too many together at once might confuse the issue. My suggestion is to take the two that sounds most like the issue in the forefront at this moment and as they shift the energy, you can add whatever is revealed underneath. It is in this way, we peel the onion and are able to see what we have hidden or buried through the years...