Is it more difficult to choose flower essences for animals? How can we tune into the emotions of animals when they cannot talk to us?

December 17, 2000

Rather than look for a flower essence for a particular physical condition, we need to ask what is the emotional condition of the animal, and the environment in which the animal lives? What are the attitudes and beliefs of the caretakers? What is the medical history of the animal? What are the biographical features (i.e. moved recently, etc.)? What is the coloring of the animal, the basic gestures, or "soul essence" this being imparts to others? What is the basic response to life, etc. These kinds of details provide the information needed to help make suggestions — though an in-person interview with the animal and caretaker is always preferred for the best insight.
Patricia Kaminski

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