BACH REMEDIES FOR LACK OF INTEREST

Some people have the feeling of insufficient interest in the present circumstances. To overcome this feeling you can go for Bach remedies.

CLEMATIS

Is for people whose minds drift away from the present into fantasies of the future or alternative versions of the present. Often their dreams are of great future success, creative endeavour and achievement, but the danger for people in this state is that their dreams will remain fantasies because the Clematis person is not sufficiently anchored in reality to make them happen. Clematis people prefer to live in the mind or the spirit, rather than deal with contemporary issues and the mundane functions of everyday life. The remedy helps to bring these people back to earth and back to themselves so that they can build castles in life instead of in the air. It helps people to be awake and grounded in the body and the present.

HONEYSUCKLE

Is for people who live in the past instead of the present. They feel that their best days are behind them and that there is little to look forward to, and as a consequence, they prefer to dwell on past happiness. The past seems rosy and familiar, the future seems dark, bleak, forbidding, and unknown. The remedy helps the person in this state to learn from the past without needing to relieve it, so that the person can progress on into the present and take joy from today and tomorrow.

WILD ROSE

Is for people who have accepted all that life throws at them and have given up the struggle for fulfilment. The remedy is given to reawaken interest in life. The positive wild rose person will still be a happy-go-lucky type, but instead of apathy will feel a sense of purpose that will bring increased happiness and enjoyment.

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With gratitude~

Jose Heavena Fernando

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