The symbolism of Spring (and corresponding Bach Flower Remedy suggestion)
Whenever spring comes around I am instantly reminded why I love this season so much (actually, I love every season – they each have their unique role in balancing body and world).
I mean, what’s not to love about shedding the heavy layers of wintertime and smelling the blooms that magically appear overnight?
Spring’s symbolism is that of rebirth, renewal and rejuvenation.
It is also a time of fertility and promised future abundance; a moment where you can expect seeds planted now to bear fruit later.
On an emotional level, spring is a powerful time to stop thinking about what we want to manifest and start acting on it… to clear away the weeds and start sowing the seeds (to continue with the flora-themed metaphor).
The energy within our hemisphere pulses with the seasonal vibration of renewal and rebirth.
All the cooperative components to help manifest your intentions are lined up and ready – but nothing is going to happen unless you act.
I’ve brought together three Bach Flower Remedies to help with emotional/energetic spring cleaning and the manifesting of brighter, more harmonious conditions.
- Chestnut Bud - to help accept that certain conditions longer serve you
- Wild Oat - to help gain clarity on your soul-chosen (not ego driven) direction in life.
- Centaury to build self-determination and momentum towards this new direction.
If you are interested in exploring this theme with my Bach Flower Remedy suggestions for springtime, I've packaged it together in a 3-piece bundle. And it's 20% off the usual retail prices for the duration of our Australian spring time.
Save 20% with Springtime Bach Flower Remedy Bundle
Wishing you all the joys of the spring