Beloved Flower Lover,
A stressed out woman who has to lead her family, her children, and herself has no time to relax, get calm and ‘smell the roses. She finds herself increasingly unbalanced either blaming others or herself. Making them the villain or herself. An essentially disempowering herself.
A man who has been looking after a brother who does not pay rent, suddenly becomes ill and cannot cover the bills anymore. The brother gets very angry and wants to get into a fight with him. What could be the antidote?
Reginald Martin puts it well he says that ” the world outside of you is a reflection of your inner beliefs and emotions. Don’t hope and wait for the storm to subside so that you may find peace. Find peace and the storm will become quiet.”
This is in fact a process of self care and self love which is in fact teaching us to move away from the limited thinking.
Self care is also about releasing the limited thinking. Giving self opportunities to grow. Opposition is not a punishment. Its opportunities to master and balance natural laws. This approach to using flowers is about gaining wisdom within our hearts. Information that stays in our hearts from life experiences becomes wisdom. That beautiful inner contemplation of information becomes wisdom.
The way we see it is this. In both the above situations there is a ‘wanting to follow rules’, of obligation. We would suggest that is really about fear. We ask ourselves is that about how sometimes we feel powerless and want our lives ordered. So we like rules. But rules allow you to not have to take responsibility for your actions. You can say, well, that’s the way it is. When you follow rules that others have set you don’t have to think anymore. What we do here is untethering yourself from the matrix so to speak. You take responsibility for your life and not try to change everyone else. We see that you are the creator of your reality when you understand these concepts. You can recognize that you can make mistakes. They are a gift because they are a learning opportunity, not the end of the world.
You are to be you and not live in someone else’s box.
We would add, remember your inner garden. The beautiful space is your true nature. That is who you actually are, not all this other overlaid stuff.
Wonder what you think?
The London Flower Lover