Friday, February 22, 2013
Each flower radiates unique positive energy, such as trust, patience or sincerity. For example, a rose emulates beauty and the daisy feels cheerful. Feelings are contagious, and we can harness flower energy to personally develop positive feelings. To cure the doldrums, pick daisies. To enhance feelings of beauty, listen to the roses.
The frequency of each flower is an octave of the frequency of an emotion; energy transfers between these two levels. This resonance enables flower energy to entrain our emotional energies.
From ancient times and primitive tribes to modern visionaries such as Dr. Edmund Bach, people have received powerful benefits from ingesting the flower essences. Each flower addresses an important primary positive emotion common to everyone, such as impatience, doubt, demanding love.... Each track of The Healing Flower Symphonies provides the healing potential of the associated flower.
Many believe that physical substances have an energy or frequency counterpart. Listening to the frequency of the item involved, can bestow the same benefits as ingesting the physical substance. For example, if you listen to the frequency of niacin your face will flush, as if you had ingested niacin! Listening to the frequencies of the flowers is a vibrational pathway to the blessings that flowers offer.
In addition to the actual frequencies of twelve flower essences, each track offers powerful, emotionally healing music. The net effect is the wonderful blessing of the flower essences in a vibratory experience coupled with a complex musical composition -- together resolving the emotional challenge involved and strengthening the desirable emotional health of the listener.
Each Healing Flower Symphony supports the transformation from a negative emotion to the mastery of it, like impatience to patience, or panic to courage.
When one is depressed, joyful music is irritating. Likewise, depression needs to be released before one can enjoy upbeat music. Sad music stirs old pain, bringing it to the surface. It enables one to reconnect with feelings that he had long ignored, leading to an emotional catharsis.
The Healing Flower Symphonies creatively take you into the dark side of each emotion (such as impatience versus patience) as a cathartic release -- cleansing emotional baggage. Whatever is repressed has power over us; we have been trained since our earliest years to repress negative emotions. These do not vanish, but show up as an outward negative energy, such as anger or aggression, or an inward force manifesting as depression, insecurity or illness.
The antidote is to feel your pain -- it allows a release. This is why grieving works. This isn't as frightening or as painful as you think. It will not destroy you. Within a surprisingly brief time the pain will dissipate. Simply listen to music and let it help you feel free.
People overwhelmingly report the release of unpleasant emotional baggage, while listening to The Healing Flower Symphonies. Many experienced negative emotions pass out of their energy fields while listening. This is not a pleasant moment. The Healing Flower Symphonies are not for "pansies." Others were not aware of their energy fields, but disliked the cathartic music for a brief time. Repeated listening is like peeling an onion -- layer after layer of negative energy is removed.
To develop a positive attribute, such happiness, it is not enough to maintain the feeling of happiness. It won't habitually stick, unless you first discharge sadness. We need catharsis.
The music of the Healing Flower Symphonies transforms into a virtue, which is a feeling. To make a habit of a virtuous feeling, we must feel it over and over again. What could do that more easily than music? Enjoy!
Göbekli Tepe (Turkish for "Potbelly hill") is a hilltop sanctuary erected on the highest point of an elongated mountain ridge some 15 km northeast of the town of Şanlıurfa (formerly Urfa / Edessa) in southeastern Turkey. Göbekli Tepe is the oldest human-made place of worship yet discovered.[ The site, currently undergoing excavation by German and Turkish archaeologists, was erected by hunter-gatherers in the 12th millennium BC (c. 11,500 years ago), before the advent of sedentism. Together with Nevalı Çori, it has revolutionized understanding of the Eurasian Neolithic.