Bach Flower Honey Suckle
Live in past
- Nostalgia, Homesickness.
- Lives in past. Has regrets.
- In looking back, there is fear of what lies ahead; a "State of Lot's wife" a "torn in half" condition.
- Can lose interest in present.
- Slowing down of vital forces.
The Bach flower remedy Honey suckle for memories - Of great help to widows, orphans, people who have failed in business, etc. and especially to the older folk who have to live alone.
People belonging to Bach Flower Honey suckle miss much in life because their minds are occupied with events of the past, whether they be happy or sad.
Bach Flower Honey suckle dwell on memories of their past events, such as thoughts of childhood, thoughts of missed opportunities, homesickness and they spend their time sentimentally reminiscing about "the good old days" wishing things could be as they were or had been different. "If only" is frequently uttered by those who need this remedy. The state of mind in Bach Flower Honeysuckle can soon develop into a loss of interest in the issues and demands of today. The remedy can help those who have suffered a bereavement, when the mind is full of memories surrounding the person they have lost. Bach Flower Honeysuckle helps such people to remember and reflect on past happiness and cherish their memories without losing sight of the importance of their own present existence. After all life must go on.
Sometimes past memories are unpleasant and disturbing and may haunt a person's mind with a vivid recollection of an unhappy or traumatic experience. This may have repercussions during sleep and cause repeated dreams or nightmares. Bach Flower Honeysuckle helps to focus the mind on the present and put the past into perspective, allowing us to draw on it for experience and to recall momentarily some pleasant or loving memory, without it dominating our thoughts.
Courtesy: Bach Flower Remedies for Everyone by Farokh J. Master
Human Indication of Bach Flower Honey suckle
For over-attachment to past memories good or bad, can’t let go of the past, homesickness.