Honeysuckle Bach Flower Remedy: An In Depth Look

Honeysuckle Bach Flower Remedy: An In Depth Look

Did you know that there is a flower remedy that can help you focus on the present and let go of the past? It's called honeysuckle, and it can be really helpful for people who are struggling to move on from something that happened in their past. Perhaps you have regrets for missed chances or are wistful about good old days? An obsession with the past will mean you’re not able to fully enjoy the present. Learn more about Honeysuckle Bach flower remedy and how it can help you in this blog post.

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Honeysuckle Bach Flower: To let go of the past

Some people find it difficult to move on from the past. They may dwell on past mistakes or regrets, or they may hold onto grudges and resentments. This can prevent them from living fully in the present and enjoying all that life has to offer. People who can't let go of the past may also have difficulty forming new relationships, as they're constantly comparing others to their former partners or friends.

It's easy to dwell on the past and the things we wish we could change. If you find yourself unable to let go of the past, there are a few things you can do to start living in the present.

First, make a list of things you're grateful for in your life. This will help you focus on the positive aspects of your life and appreciate what you have.

Second, take some time each day to do something you enjoy. This can be anything from reading a book to going for a walk. Doing things you enjoy will help you feel good in the present moment and give you something to look forward to.

Lastly, try Honeysuckle Bach flower remedy. Bach flower remedies are natural remedies to help rebalance any negative emotions that may be stopping you from moving forward or being happy. The honeysuckle flower remedy should be taken if your mind is stuck in the past, dwelling on past memories. The positive potential of Honeysuckle is to cherish the past but live for the future.

Honeysuckle Bach Flower in Brief

When you're in a negative state, people who need can feel:

  • You’re stuck in the past & dwell on past memories
  • You have regret for missed chances e.g. failed career or business
  • You are wistful about good old days, reminiscing about your youth or a past love
  • You can’t let go which means you can’t move forward in life or enjoy the present
  • You’re homesick
  • You have little expectations for the future

While in a positive state, Honeysuckle can help you:

  • To cherish the past but live for the future
  • To be present in the current day
  • To take meaning from the past and apply in to the present and future

If this remedy strikes a chord with you, simply click the button below to incorporate it into your personalised blend. You have the flexibility to select up to seven remedies in your Mindful Remedies treatment bottle.

Bach flower honeysuckle let go of the past

Other Bach flowers for insufficient interest in the present

Clematis – for if your mind is in the future, daydreaming about plans with a lack of grounding in the present to make them a reality

Wild Rose – you’re apathetic about life and lack enthusiasm. You’re resigned to your fate and have no motivation to find a different path. This remedy will help provide some vitality.

Chestnut Bud – you fail to learn from your experiences which means you make the same mistakes again and again. You lack the ability to absorb enough from observation and experiences.

Olive – you’re physically, mentally and spiritually exhausted which means aren’t able to enjoy day to day life

White Chestnut – you have an overactive mind which ruminates on the same thoughts or worries over and over again, which means you sometimes lack focus

Mustard – you feel depressed for no specific reason. Dark clouds descend without rhyme or reason.

More about Bach flower remedies

What are Bach Flower Remedies?

Bach flower remedies are a natural and gentle way to support emotional wellness. The remedies are made from flowers and trees that are found in England. Dr Edward Bach, a medical doctor and homeopath, developed the remedies in the 1930s. He believed that emotions play a role in physical health and created the remedies to address different emotional states. There are 38 different Bach flower remedies, each of which is used to treat a specific emotion. For example, Rescue Remedy is a blend of five different remedies that is used to relieve stress, while Impatiens is used to treat impatience. The remedies are usually taken orally but can be added to bathwater or put on the skin. They are safe for adults, children, and animals.

Selecting & Taking Your Remedies

You can include up to seven flower essences in a bottle. You can create your own remedy bottle with up to seven included.

Mindful Remedies offers personalised remedies, based on your specific needs. This is in accordance with the philosophy of Bach and we believe that this results in the best possible outcome for the person involved. Our products allow customers to choose what type or combination they would like so there can be no wrong answer when taking care themselves! You should take a minimum of four drops, four times per day.

If you’d like to create a personalised remedy with Honeysuckle flower remedy or any other combination of flower remedies you can do so on the personalised remedy page.

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about the author

Since 2021, Lucy Edwards, a qualified Bach Flower Practitioner and the driving force behind Mindful Remedies, has connected with clients across the world. Crafting thousands of personalised remedies, Lucy has supported individuals' emotional wellbeing, shipping remedies to far-flung places like the USA, Thailand, and Australia.

Lucy is readily available for conversations, offering personalised advice to guide you on the path to holistic wellness. It's important to note that she's not only qualified but also registered with the Bach Centre, ensuring that every consultation and remedy adheres to Dr Bach’s original guidelines for expert care and efficacy.