How Red-Osier Dogwood Tree Essence Helps You:
Use Red-Osier Dogwood Flower Essence when your body/mind is overwhelmed and stressed by your spiritual/evolutionary process.
Humans are going through a major evolutionary leap that is as significant as fish developing into amphibians. Some indigenous people say we are becoming Homo luminous (Humans of Light) or Homo pacem (Peaceful Humans). This process may stress your physical body and lead to a variety of symptoms including flu-like body aches, joint aches and headaches; emotional swings; digestive distress; ringing in your ears; difficulty with muscle coordination and muscle spams; being unable to keep a focus and think clearly; a sense of your nervous system “shattering”, of your whole body vibrating, buzzing, coming undone, going through metamorphosis.
The potential is available for human cells to sparkle with the Light of peaceful engagement with Source. Yet how can you feel the Spirit in your body without your cells resonating with the dance of the cosmos? How can your cells sing without hearing the songs? However, transforming your cells from their current state of disconnection from Spirit to resonating with the potential in the current evolutionary process can be challenging. Red-Osier Dogwood Flower Essence helps to relieve the stress of this process by bringing your cells into harmonious resonance with the evolution of Mother Earth and the Milky Way Galaxy and by promoting cellular coherence during this process.
How Red-Osier Dogwood Tree Essence Was Made:
The Red-Osier Dogwood Flower Essence was made by the no-pick method of working directly with the plant spirit. While the essence was being made a matrix of amber, amethyst, blue apatite, drusy quartz, green aventurine, green tourmaline, golden topaz, icosahedron cut quartz, malachite and shattuckite crystals was placed among the plants and bottles. The sun acts as a transformer to step down spiritual energies from higher dimensions. While the essence was being made, Amber acted as a lens to receive and focus sunlight for this purpose. Amber aligns the subtle bodies with the physical bodies, transmutes negative energy into positive energy, and emits a sunny and soothing energy that calms and enlivens the disposition. Amethyst is the stone of spirituality and contentment. It enhances the cooperation between your mental, physical and emotional bodies. Blue apatite stimulates the mind and enhances general mental clarity. It helps you to have a broader perspective on situations without becoming trapped in emotional responses. Drusy quartz crystals help to energize and stabilize your subtle bodies. Green aventurine encourages moving forward with hope, optimism, confidence and physical vitality. It simulates cellular repair, regrowth and general healing. Green tourmaline holds the essence of the plant kingdom and assists with transferring the vibrational frequency of minerals to the vibrational frequency of plants. It can stimulate proper cellular functioning and healing. Golden Topaz teaches you the benefit of emotional boundaries and honoring sacred space, and instills a joyful acceptance and understanding of how Divine Will operates. It regenerates cellular structures. 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. Malachite is a powerful stone of protection. It restores strength and vitality by clearing and stimulating the flow of life force in the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual subtle bodies. Shattuckite stone aids communication of inputs through the prefrontal cortex, the part of the brain that is active during spiritual experience, and other parts of the brain. It clears blockages from intercellular structures. The actions of the crystals inform the way this flower essence seats into the body/mind.
While Red-Osier Dogwood Flower Essence was being made imprint of spirit song coming through Diana’s voice was infused into the essence.
I AM aligned resonance creating coherence during your evolutionary process.
Freely spreading deciduous perennial shrub, 4-16 feet, native to North America. Grows best in moist to wet sites in full to partial sun. The flowers are small, white to greenish in terminal clusters that form in May or June. The fruit is a creamy white or tinged blue small berry in drooping clusters. It is a good source of wild bird food and habitat and a nectar source for butterflies and hummingbirds. The red stems make this an attractive winter native ornamental shrub for erosion control or as a barrier hedge. Indigenous people used the long slim stems for basket weaving, and an extract from the bark and roots containing salicylic acid – aspirin - was used for treating fevers and coughs. Indigenous people and early settlers smoked the inner bark, stem scrapings, and leaves.