Indications: A general remedy for many causes of stress that contribute to neck, shoulder or lower back tightness and overall nervous tension and stiffness.
Rest , relax, slow down, take a break beacons the fragrant Lilac with its origins in the mountainous regions of Eastern Europe. It arrived in North America with the first European settlers and is now often found growing in huge colonies on the original homestead sites. This Lilac essence was mad on one such site, now near the Sleeping Bear Sand Dunes National Lake Shore Park on the eastern shore of northern Lake Michigan. The flowers were luxuriously hanging in purple full fragrant beauty from bushes as tall as trees on a five acre plot that boasted many hundred such Lilac bushes with baby bushes sprouting prolifically in the sand around each mother.
Walking around the site, I was swallowed into circles of enormous bushes, experiencing a flow of praise and joy and wonder of shinny green leaves of white and purple flowers, of blue sky, of soft sand, of perfumed air and warm radiant Sun.
The Lilac flower essence works with your energy flow as it moves along your central nervous system, relaxing tensions and constrictions along your spine, restoring ease of motion in your body and relaxation of worries and stress from your mind.
This is a general remedy for many causes of stress that contribute to neck, shoulder or lower back tightness, causing restricted flow of cranial fluids along the spine and overall nervous tension and stiffness.
The Lilac essence encourages calm serenity of mind and body, helping you to lighten up, kick back and enjoy life’s many pleasures. Held by the Grace of this lovely bush, you can begin to release the pressure and strain of holding all the details of your busy lives as the essence teaches you to embody and enjoy the blessings given to you in the present.
The flowers were luxuriously hanging in large full fragrant beauty from bushes as tall as trees, on a 5-acre plot that boasted many such Lilac bushes, with baby bushes sprouting in the sand, as many as a hundred to a mother.
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