Flower Essence Tip of the Week
It is summer solstice this week and this year it happens to fall on a full moon – a once in a lifetime occurrence! The sun and moon are great symbols of our conscious and unconscious and so having both aspects in their fullness on the same day provides a wonderful opportunity for clarity and insight into our inner-workings. To help support this process we are recommending some essences that also support this kind of clarity. Western Red Cedar Tree lifts your head above the clouds of illusion in the collective human consciousness and supports seeing with discernment. Blackcap Raspberry opens your access to inner knowing and multidimensional Guidance for helpful information about subconscious blocks that are hindering your process. Stinging Nettle provides support for coming out of the fog of living in a way that can’t support our true Being. It aids in making clear choices especially about changing your relationship to toxic situations. And last but certainly not least, our Spiritual Spine Essence Blend supports you to stand in your power and see through the illusion of the collective fear, to sense what feelings are yours and what are not. Then to compassionately and gently release what is not yours. This week, ride the energy of this once-in-a-lifetime astrological occurrence and illuminate your Truth!
Diana Pepper and John Robinson established Tree Frog Farm in 2000. It grew out of our love for this magical land. We handcraft local flower essences and tree essences, most of which are made with native plants of the Pacific Northwest. Our flower essence blends are made in small batches and charged in a crystal matrix. We also make flower essence and aromatherapy misters. Diana prepares custom blends of flower essences and offers energy healing sessions by phone or in person.
We work in partnership with the Fairies and other Nature Beings of this land. Our philosophy is kinship with and respect for all Life. Tree Frog Farm is designated as a Backyard Wildlife Habitat. The abundance of native habitat at Tree Frog Farm provides shelter and food for many native birds and other critters year ‘round. Over 20 species of birds nest on our land during spring and early summer. For more information please see the photo links below or the navigation links at the top of the page.
Thanks for your interest in Tree Frog Farm!
Diana and John