Have You Been Prescribed the Bach Flower Essence Wild Oat?I am happy to share the therapeutic benefits of this flower essence below with you. Flower Essence Therapy is gentle, safe and perfect to help relieve the stressors of the modern world! Would you like to chip away at the negative emotional stress, fears and memories of your mind that may be holding you back from healing? When you take flower essences regularly, they gradually lift the adverse emotional blockers of the past and help you see the world in a brighter, beautiful light.
Flower Essences are Energetically HealingWhen you take Flower Essences the healing of the physical, mental and spiritual body is gently, yet definitively.
PrincipleWild Oat relates to the soul qualities of vocation and purposefulness. Wild Oat helps us find our correct path. It puts us back in touch with our sense of purpose so that the way ahead seems more apparent. A person in the negative Wild Oat state does not know his true vocation and therefore feels unfulfilled and dissatisfied in his heart of hearts.
- Indefinite as to ambitions
- Not sure what career or work to pursue.
- I am disillusioned with one's mission in life.
- Delay in achieving their goals.
Potential Following Transformation
- To recognize and fulfil one's potential in life.
- Acknowledgement of having a wide range of talents
- To follow a higher guideline and always bring things to completion.
- Has bright ideas and ambitions
- They are not allowing oneself to get off track, staying focussed on the end goal.
- Able to do many things well, even successfully do several jobs simultaneously.
- Begin to make life subject to higher, spiritual goals. Ask for spiritual guidance.
- Establish a scale of values for different interests, pursuing some as hobbies and using others professionally.
- Begin to plan only in the mid-term, but bring everything to full completion.
Positive Statements for Practice
- ‘I am following the predestined course of my life.'
- I am accepting inner guidance.'
- ‘I am putting my talents to the service of the greater whole.'