Sacred Circle Tincture

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Sacred Circle

Family, Community & Classroom

Sacred Circle™ aids individuals in connecting to others in a heartfelt, committed way. It provides harmonizing support for groups on a common path, such as families, classrooms or work communities.

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Flower Essence Combination:

(in tinctures and sprays)
  • Chicory - redirects needy, self-first disruptive behavior to finding recognition & fulfillment through community service.
  • Echinacea - helps heal bitter, attacking, parasitical dispositions... establishes roots that connect one to this Earth & link one to the whole.
  • Bloodroot - helps us open to & heal Karmic relationships within our families & communities... opens willingness to transform beliefs, feelings & responses.
  • Lily of the Valley - works for harmony of voice & vision among the many... helps each individual voice be heard & held as a sacred dynamic of the group.
  • White Lilac - helps those with a quiet, sensitive nature feel socially confident.
  • Lake Superior Rock - supports one when rubbing shoulders with the many... helps one confidently reorient to movement & change within the group.
  • November Phlox - helps to strengthen communication networks within the group & to the spiritual beings that support the group & its efforts.
  • Cleavers - for alienation & feelings of separation... supports attachment & appropriate bonding to others & the whole.
  • Yellow Dock - promotes a strong sense of self while instilling an ability to stand tall & comfortably in situations of competition or non-support.
  • Cedar - helps heal relationships through phases of growth & change... helps one move beyond charged emotions & unhealed wounds of the past, promoting forgiveness, objectivity, reconciliation & peace.
  • Badlands Storm - supports truth in negotiations & the honoring of our commitments.
  • Council Cottonwood - supports commitment to involvement, negotiation & democratic process... the sacred council tree of the Ute peoples where Chief Ouray & his wife Chipeta negotiated peace agreements with pioneer settlers.



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