What Is Bach Flower Therapy?
Bach Flower Therapy was developed in the 1920s and 30s by the British doctor, Edward Bach. His therapies are based on the properties of 38 different flowers. The properties are then combined according to formulae laid down by Dr Bach.
Like other healing modalities, this treatment seeks to create balance in areas of emotional and then physical disruption.
How Does It Work?
Bach Flower Treatment specifically addresses the emotional body of the energy system and its purpose is to restore emotional harmony. Bach wrote in his book, The Twelve Healers and Other Remedies:
In treating cases with these remedies, no notice is taken of the nature of disease. The individual is treated and as he becomes well the disease goes, having been cast off by the increase in health. The mind being the most delicate and sensitive part of the body, shows the onset and the course of disease much more definitely than the body, so that the outlook of the mind is chosen as the guide as to which remedy or remedies are necessary.
Bach Flowers can be used in conjunction with any other form of treatment and will not clash or interfere with it.