Tag Archives: love

When you get scared about COVID-19 think about what is worth living for and send flowers

Beloved Flower Lover, Focus on what is worth living for. Dr Christiane Northrup explains why.

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A Heart Based approach to flowers is at the core of what we do here and now we can share with you from the famous HeartMath organisation a resource which was given to us to share with you-enjoy it freely

Beloved Flower Lover We just received an email from Heart Math it goes like this.Basically its an invitation to access their paid Heartmath resources for free for a few months. Working with flowers, focusing on appreciation, care and compassion is … Continue reading

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Life needs you and maybe delivering flowers to that funeral may remind you of how something as simple as flowers transmits the power of love for our community

Beloved Flower Lover, London is experiencing more and more murders and delivering flowers to the next one always makes us think about life. It needs us! What to do ? That question will mean different things to different  people. for … Continue reading

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Delivering flowers to a Dead Yard in London has become more common- what do you think we can do to change this?

Beloved Flower Lover, ‘Dead yard’ is a Jamaica term used to describe the house of a deceased. We are finding that we are delivering more and more flowers to the homes of young people who have been killed. Deaths are … Continue reading

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Kristin Neff teaches us to be more self compassionate, we add flowers to remind you to be more open hearted with yourself-especially when things go wrong or you make mistakes!

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Self-compassion entails three basic components: 1) extending kindness and understanding to oneself rather than harsh self-criticism and judgment; 2) seeing one’s experiences as part of the larger human experience rather than as separating and isolating; and 3) holding one’s painful thoughts and feelings in balanced awareness rather than over-identifying with them. (Neff, 2003) Continue reading

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