A Bach flower therapy consultation usually helps the client to discern the real problem hidden behind the appearance. The usual areas that you might want to approach are the problems in personal life, career, interpersonal relationships, to find out what is missing in patient’s life and what are his needs that are not met.
Bach flower therapy is a form of alternative medicine that involves the use of flower essences to address emotional and psychological imbalances. It was developed by Dr. Edward Bach, a British physician and homeopath, in the 1930s.
A Bach flower therapy consultation typically begins with a discussion of your current physical and emotional symptoms and concerns. The therapist may also ask about your past medical history and lifestyle. Based on this information, the therapist will select a combination of flower essences that are believed to address your specific needs.
Bach flower essences are made by infusing the flowers of various plants in water and brandy. The resulting liquid is believed to contain the vibrational energy of the flower, which can help to restore balance to the body's energy system.
During a consultation, the therapist will explain the chosen essences and how to use them. Typically, the essences are taken orally, by adding a few drops to a glass of water and sipping it throughout the day.
Bach flower therapy is generally considered safe and has few side effects. However, it is important to remember that it is not a substitute for medical treatment and should be used alongside, rather than in place of, conventional care. If you are considering Bach flower therapy, it is important to consult with a qualified therapist and to disclose any medical conditions or medications you are taking.