Flower Essence Therapy works at profound levels of soul consciousness. Often it is our dreams that show us the next healing step, or how the essences we are taking are truly speaking within the soul realm. Therefore it is important that one’s dream life be illumined and fully activated.
While our dreams speak to us throughout the year, it is especially during the winter season, with its long nights and deepening darkness, that we have a potent opportunity to delve into the soul’s dreamscape. And further, within the whole of the winter season, the numinous Twelve Holy Nights – December 25-January 6 - are an extraordinary yearly opportunity to experience the healing sequence of all twelve dream cards and essences.
The Dream Deep Set™ features twelve archetypal essences for progressive soul opening, along with twelve affirmations designed particularly for dream work. A full color booklet written by Patricia Kaminski reviews the qualities of each flower as it pertains to dream consciousness, and outlines targeted techniques for visualization, topical application and dream incubation. Even if you already have the flower essences, it is important that you have a separate set for dream activation. These will be kept in your sleep sanctuary along with the cards, and used in a precise manner from the stock bottles, exclusively dedicated to dream activity.
"I purchased the Dream Deep set of flower essences to use during the Twelve Holy Nights of Epiphany. I started out by building a base of Alpine Aster, Angelica, Forget-Me-Not and Star Tulip. Once I added Black-Eyed Susan, I started to have very vivid dreams about not completing tasks. I journaled my dream and after several evenings of this recurring dream, I decided I might be planning to over-extend myself if I took on all the volunteer projects that I wanted to be involved in during the new year. After I decided to limit some of my volunteer activities, the dream went away. I think that part of my psyche was telling me that I need to slow down and give more time for my personal reflections." — Teri Jeffrey, Hillsdale, MI
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