Keep your perspective and don’t feel overwhelmed. Handle hectic days with self-assurance, and take the time to look after your own needs. The positive potential of Elm is a return to efficiency and keeping perspective.
Don’t allow challenges and difficulties to get you down. Cope with setbacks, put mistakes into context, and realise you’re doing your best. The positive potential of Gentian is the conviction that difficulties can be overcome.
Don’t over share; engage in conversations with others without appearing needy. The positive potential of Heather is someone who is able to enter into genuine two-way conversations with others, without driving people away.
The past is what makes us who we are; however, we can have regrets. The positive potential of Honeysuckle is the ability to live in the present, using your past experiences as lessons to move forward in life.
We can all be irritable and impatient sometimes, wanting everything done instantly and getting frustrated when things don’t go to plan. The positive potential of Impatiens is to think and act less hastily, and deal easily and diplomatically with all problems.
When you find yourself feeling overly concerned for the health and well-being of others, and forget about yourself. The positive potential of Red Chestnut is to care for others without impacting your relationships.
Deal with the after effects of a shocking experience, either immediately or when delayed effects manifest. The positive potential of Star of Bethlehem is being strong in mind and body, and learning to accept the inevitable.
Accept that life is full of change and don’t be held back or sidetracked. The positive potential of Walnut is the ability to adapt and move forward, making changes in your life with a sense of constancy.
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