Being child-less, in spite of various attempts is the greatest anguish, similar to the drought – a totally dry and listless life.
The Rain Mantra – “SWEET CHESTNUT CHESTNUT BUD WILD ROSE ROCK ROSE”- which brings rain, putting an end to the dryness, can put an end to the dry listless life too. Chanting of this mantra will bring transformation and liveliness as rain brings cheers to the people in drought.
Parents losing their child when he was young
They will come to the stage of being totally desolated–“Nirgathi”. At this stage nothing will make sense to them, hopelessly lost in their own worries and despair and finding no motivation to do anything about life.
How does Rain mantra help in this situation?
SWEET CHESTNUT: When you are in extreme anguish, Sweet chestnut is the remedy
WILD ROSE: makes them come out of their lack of motivation to lead a happy life
CHESTNUT BUD: to learn and understand that life has more to offer
ROCK ROSE: somebody would lead them out of their miseries
As those people who suffered loss of either their spouse or child suddenly and unexpectedly mayn’t do anything about their situation, we have to do it for them. Write in a piece of paper using circle technique, the names of the remedies. Chant for them too.
No job in sight for so long
SWEET CHESTNUT: desperate situation needing a divine intervention
CHESTNUT BUD: they would have committed one mistake or other in the previous job(s) or interviews. The Chestnut bud flower will make them learn, so that they will not repeat the same mistake again.
WILD ROSE: A state of apathy and lack of interest in life
ROCK ROSE: determination, fortitude and readiness to face anything in life, will help one succeed in life
You are performing a function. You can complete the function within the specified budget, if you take Bach Flower Remedy Mimulus.
In a typical dance arangetram (debut performance on stage), Mimulus has to be taken –for fear of stage.
Kamala’s teacher told her to get a silver chain to use it in one particular dance. Whatever the dance teacher tells you then you have to buy that. We can’t go against her word – especially during the arangetram, just to make sure everything goes well.
Without trying to concentrate on what the teacher said, immediately Kamala went to a jewellery shop and enquired about the price. It was quite expensive and beyond the budget she had planned. She hesitated to buy and chanted Mimulus.
The shop keeper asked her the reason behind the purchase. He suggested a garland made out of copper coated with silver, which was 10% of the cost of the silver garland and within her budget limits too.
The dance teacher later mentioned that she wanted only a silver coated garland.
Mimulus is a good remedy to handle your expenses within a budget.
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