This environmental essence captures moonlight reflected off freshly fallen snow and is the remedy for past life fears.
Shock or trauma becomes crystallised in the subtle anatomy. The deeper the shock the more frozen the blockages become, disrupting the free flow of energy through the energy field. The most profound fears of previous lives are all too often carried through into the present incarnation and can appear in the subtle anatomy as stiff and rigid masses which hinders the flow of energy. These parts of the subtle anatomy can attract similar situations in the present life, thereby perpetuating the karma of fear. By taking the conscious mind to the atrophied sections of the subtle anatomy, Moon Snow awakens the soul to the past life traumas which caused such deep fear to be experienced. Moon Snow can melt these blockages or loosen and unravel the tensions which have become so tightly twisted.
Bowel disorders will respond to this remedy if the dis-ease is rooted in past life fear.
Keywords: past life fear
Extract from our book
The book contains all the detailed descriptions of the Moon Flowers and Environmental Essences, giving their uses in healing the karmic wounds carried through from previous lives.
As well as detailing the current healing use of each remedy the book presents the genesis of the flowers as they were created on the continent of Lemuria and the subsequent way they were employed by the Atlanteans. Two methods are given for taking the remedies.
A 12 page appendix discribes, through each of the lunarised flowers, how the soul works with the karmas of inheritance, transformation and transcenence.
Moon Flowers can awaken deep memories from the past, often blocked or repressed so they can be consciously acknowledged and released. They also work at a gentle and subtle level, easing the karmic knots which have become tightly bound and thereby facilitate past life healing.
The Sun is our celestial Father and the Moon our celestial Mother.
It is to the Mother these flower remedies are dedicated.
A4 format, 50 pages, spiral bound