How Lupine Flower Essence Helps You:
Use Lupine Flower Essence when "reflexive" emotions like fear, anxiety and panic take hold, and when sensory inputs like smell, sight, sound, touch or physical location trigger emotionally charged memories. Lupine Flower Essence can be helpful for worry, obsessive thinking, panic attacks, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress disorder. It may work best when used in conjunction with other essences such as Arnica
and Woodland Strawberry
. Many of our body’s alarm circuits are grouped in the amygdala of the brain, which has a primary role in the processing and memory of emotional reactions.
Lupine Flower Essence works through the energy circuits that relate to the amygdala, two almond-shaped masses of neurons in the limbic system of the brain. The amygdala responds within milliseconds to sensory input – sight, sound, smell, touch or physical location -that triggers a sense of fear, danger, anger or rage and it stores memory of these emotional reactions. Lupine Flower Essence strengthens the energetic pathways between the emotional heart, olfactory system, amygdala and other parts of the limbic system, especially the cingulate gyrus, that orient toward peaceful responses. It supports the process of learning to interrupt a reaction before it can take hold and retrains the neural pathways toward peace and gratitude as an initial response.
How Lupine Flower Essence Was Made:
Lupine Flower Essence was made with the “no-pick” method of bringing the frequency of the plant spirit directly into the mother/storage bottles as they are sitting with the plant. During this process, crystals of amber, amethyst, charoite, drusy quartz, icosahedron cut quartz, larimar, lepidolite, purple (lithium) quartz, watermelon tourmaline and white and red stilbite were placed among the plants. Amber aligns the subtle bodies with the physical body, transmutes negative energy into positive energy, emits a sunny and soothing energy that calms and enlivens the disposition, and helps you to understand the consequences of your choices. Amethyst is the stone of spirituality and contentment. It enhances the cooperation between your mental, physical and emotional bodies. Charoite assists with integrating heart chakra and higher mental energies while transmuting what we perceive as lower negative energy. Drusy quartz crystals help to energize and stabilize your subtle bodies. Icosahedron cut quartz has 20 (5X4) equilateral sides. It is a bridge between the 5th Dimension - the entry into the unified Spiritual realms - and the 4 cardinal directions (N, S, E, W) on Earth. Larimar powerfully heals phobias, panic attacks, stress, anger and fear. It encourages self-nurturing and self- respect. Lepidolite is a calming stone that helps you have a strong emotional center and be unaffected by the dramas and happenings of your external experience. It encourages you to see beauty and know that suffering comes with resisting, instead of allowing, feelings and experiences. Lithium (Purple) Quartz calms the mind and opens the heart. It facilitates release of worry, stress and anxiety and assists you to move into a sweet heart-centered space. Watermelon Tourmaline strengthens your physical, emotional and spiritual heart and awakens the Higher Heart chakra. It calms the mind and emotions and aligns you with joy and love. White and red stilbitequiets excessive thoughts, helps with focus and making clear choices, facilitates emotional balance and inner peace. The actions of the crystals inform the way this flower essence seats into the body/mind.
While the Lupine Flower Essence was being made, spirit song coming through Diana's voice was imprinted into the essence.
Lupine Flower Essence Summary:
Lupine (Lupinus polyphyllus) - Retrains the energetic pathways that feed fear and anxiety toward responding from personal peace & gratitude.
As The Essence Says Of Itself:
I AM gentle mental ease and personal peace.
Herbal, Food & Wildlife Qualities:
Native large-leaved lupine is found is moist to wet open sites such as meadows, streamsides and seashores. Because they fix nitrogen into the soil, lupines can grow in locations with nutritionally poor soils. The native lupines and other varieties are beautiful naturalized in a field or in a garden and provide valuable food for butterflies. Over the centuries, lupine leaves, stems and roots have been prepared medicinally for a variety of internal and skin issues. However, because they contain bitter-tasting toxic alkaloids, lupines are not a source of food for humans.