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States of Mind

Each Bach flower remedy has a corresponding state of mind.

Rock Rose Terror
Mimulus Fear of known things
Cherry Plum Fear of mind giving away
Aspen Fears, worries of unknown origin
Red Chestnut Fear or over-concern for others
Insufficient Interest in Present Circumstances
Clematis Dreaminess, lack of interest in present
Honeysuckle Lives in the past
Wild Rose Resignation, apathy
Olive Lack of energy
White Chestnut Unwanted thoughts, mental arguments
Mustard Deep gloom with no origin
Chestnut Bud Failure to learn from past mistakes
Cerato Seeks advice and confirmation from others
Scleranthus Indecision
Genetian Discouragement, despondency
Gorse Hopelessness and despair
Hornbeam “Monday morning” feeling
Wild Oat Uncertainty as to the correct path in life
Water Violet Proud, aloof
Impatiens Impatience
Heather Self-centeredness, self-concerned
Over-Care for the Welfare of Others
Chicory Selfishly possessive
Vervain Over-enthusiasm
Vine Domineering, inflexible
Beech Intolerable
Rock Water Self-repression, self-denial
Despondency or Despair
Larch Lack of confidence
Pine Self-reproach, guilt
Elm Overwhelmed by responsibility
Sweet Chestnut Extreme mental anguish
Star of Bethlehem After-effects of shock
Willow Resentment
Oak Exhausted but struggles on
Crab Apple Self-hatred, sense of uncleanliness
Over-Sensitivity to Influences and Ideas
Agrimony Mental torment behind a brave face
Centaury Weak-willed and subservient
Walnut Protection from change and outside influences
Holly Hatred, envy, jealousy

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