How Joe Pye Weed Flower Essence Helps You:
Use Joe Pye Weed Flower Essence when you feel resistant, rebellious, burned out or disheartened by all that you have seen and experienced in life, Joe Pye Weed Flower Essence will be a welcome ally.
Joe Pye Weed Flower Essence brings a vibrant, uplifting energy to reorient you to joy and trusting all is well, even if it doesn’t seem that way. It invites you to trust in the sweetness and goodness of life. This is not a Pollyanna orientation to life. It is looking at everything from a higher spiritual perspective where heart and mind are completely aligned with Higher Love, God/Goddess, Universe, All.
How Joe Pye Weed Flower Essence Was Made:
Joe Pye Weed 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, drusy quartz, greenheulandite, icosahedron cut quartz, kunzite, morganite, Pecos diamond cluster, Peruvian pink opal, pink sapphire, quartz points, and watermelon tourmaline crystals were placed among the plants with the mother bottles. 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. Drusy quartz crystals help to energize and stabilize your subtle bodies. Green Heulandite strengthens the physical heart and the body’s electromagnetic fields. It soothes the emotional body and supports emotional healing from trauma. Fosters compassionate, loving, joyful and blissful state of consciousness. 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. Kunzite opens your heart to self-love and love for everyone and everything. Encourages you to listen and follow the silent intuitions and urgings of your heart. Releases stress and supports the parasympathetic nervous system. Morganite opens your heart to the level of Cosmic Love that is all around us. It strengthens the heart’s energy field and teaches protection through love instead of fear. Pecos diamond cluster works through the chakras to quietly and gently bring a sense of calmness and peace of mind. It helps you to change negative thought patterns by making a conscious choice to focus on compassion for yourself. Peruvian pink opal clears and calms the heart and brings a sense of peace and tranquility. Pink sapphire opens your heart to the joy of interacting with kindness, forgiveness and love. Encourages vulnerability with appropriate boundaries. Quartz points open and clear all chakras and energy pathways, and clear and expand the energy fields. Quartz points and drusy quartz crystals defined the boundary of the energy field for making the Joe Pye Weed Flower Essence. 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.The actions of the crystals inform the way this flower essence seats into the body/mind.
While the Joe Pye Weed Flower Essence was being made the sound of rattle, and spirit songcoming through Diana’s voice were infused into the essence.
Joe Pye Weed Flower Essence Summary:
Joe Pye Weed (Eupatorium purpureum) - When you are resistant to life because you’ve become disheartened and burned out, helps you to gently reorient to joy and confidence that all is well.
As The Essence Says of Itself:
I AM joy and confidence that all is well.
Herbal, Food & Wildlife Qualities
Joe Pye Weed, also called gravel root, trumpet weed or purple boneset, is a valuable medicinal with a wide variety of uses. Joe Pye weed is named after a legendary Indian healer who used a decoction of the plant to cure typhus fever in colonial America. Historically Joe Pye weed has been used as a healing tonic for relieving constipation, treating urinary infections, gallstones and rheumatism, and to prevent infection by washing wounds with a strong tea made from the root. It prefers to grow in moist meadows and woods at low elevations. Readily self-seeds. Bees and butterflies feed on the pink umbel flowers.