It’s that time of year again! The cold air is descending upon us and many in the US experienced their first snow of the season this weekend. The daylight hours are quickly getting shorter. Darkness is beginning to reign supreme from now through the Winter Solstice, the most Yin time of year. Energetically, we, too, are shifting just as nature is. As we are moving toward a more Yin/Inner state it is not uncommon to experience a sense of feeling out of balance or what some folks call “the seasonal blues”.
During times of seasonal changes, and particularly in the colder, darker winter months, it is important to honor our own natural rhythms, to take extra time for self-care and get plenty of rest. It’s also good to find tools that support an experience of balance and well-being. Last year around this time, I shared a post on How To Beat The Seasonal Blues With The Bach Flower Remedies. The Bach Flower Remedies are one of the resources in my holistic toolbox that I have utilized both personally and professionally for over 15 years. I find them an incredible support for adjusting to seasonal changes and “the blues” that may come this time of year or anytime.
Last February, I offered a free teleseminar on this topic, which offers an introduction to the Bach Flower Remedies and explores the information shared in the post. I’ve just added that to Soundcloud for you to explore as we move into this winter season. As always, I’d love to hear your experiences with the Bach Flower Remedies and feel free to ask any questions related to the post or the teleseminar in the comments below. Enjoy!
Beth Terrence is a BFRP (Bach Flower Registered Practitioner) through The Bach Centre in the UK. She began using the remedies during her holistic recovery from Fibromyalgia. After experiencing such amazing healing support personally in her recovery from Fibromyalgia and Trauma, she became a practitioner of Bach Flower Remedies in 1998. She continues to utilize this powerful tool in her work with individual clients as well as a community educator and retail trainer for Nelsons, the international distributor of the Bach Flower Remedies. Beth is available for individual Bach Flower Remedy consultations in person in the MD/DC area and via Phone/Skype. Learn more about Beth’s work with the Bach Flower Remedies and Integrative Holistic Healing Programs at www.bethterrence.com.