FES Members' E-mail Bulletin Spring 2002
you'll enjoy this first issue of the Flower Essence Society E-Bulletin.
We'll be sending these out periodically to update you on FES news
and on-line content.
we will continue to enhance our Flower Essence Society website with
special members-only services, as well as information for the general
join us for our 2002 Classes
Education for Professionals Now Available!
As an expression of our commitment to bringing flower essence
therapy to health professionals, the Flower Essence Society is
now pleased to offer credits for continuing education.
FES Flower Essence Practitioner Training has been approved for
57 contact hours by the American
Holistic Nurses' Association, which is accredited as
an approver of continuing education in nursing by the American
Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation.
examining our application made the following comments:
"Extremely well prepared. They are to be commended!"
are also pending for California nursing credits and credits for
counselors and social workers. Please call our office or check
our web site for the latest information on continuing education
approvals for our programs.
Executive Lodge at the Granlibakken Conference Center, site of the FES
Practitioner Training Program.
5 - 12
FES Practitioner Training Program
here to review
full details of this year's program schedule and activities at
Granlibakken Center at beautiful Lake Tahoe, California.
In addition to case profiles and numerous therapeutic topics involving
flower essences, the FES Training Program provides the opportunity to
view many wildflowers first hand, including a guided study in plant
perception. Many students have found this work to be a new opening to
the world of subtle plant qualities. Click here
to read a plant study of Showy Aster by
Jack Braunstein, of Gibson, Pennsylvania, accompanied by an essay
exploring how this process led to a quickening of important soul events
in Jack's life. A plant study by Jyothi Rundel of Kamuela, Hawai'i
details many extraordinary qualities in the Monkshood,
an emerging research flower essence.
featured is the latest botanical and clinical information for over 40
research essences: click here
for more information.
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Practitioner Referral Network
this is an optional service exclusively for FES members. The network
is currently on-line and available to the public. Network users need
to register so we can guard against commercial use of the listings.
visit the Referral
Network and experience its powerful search features. The on-line
Referral Network will provide an even greater opportunity to let potential
clients learn of your services.
to the FES
Baby Blue Eyes
Star of Bethlehem
for Emotional Detoxification"
with Patricia Kaminski
Chapter 8 from
The Healthy Living Space;
"70 Practical Ways to Detoxify the Body and Home" by Richard
Empathy: an asset not a liability
Based on a conversation with Dr. Kyra Mesich
featuring the research of Dr. Mesich of Plymouth, Minnesota on using
the Yarrow remedies for sensitivity
with a Holistic Practitioner
Gayle Eversole: Sharing a Lifetime of Learning
by Rosanna Vieira of Campinas, Brazil
Developing Soul Relationships
Through Dreams and Memory
Baby Blue Eyes:
Healing the Father Archetype in the Soul
Our Four-Legged Friends with Flowers:
Report from Christina Blume
case stories and practical tips from Christina's therapeutic work
SAFER Way of Helping Animals and Their Caretakers
featuring Martin Scott and Gael Mariani, flower essence practitioners
and teachers living in Wales, United Kingdom, who have launched the
Society for Animal Flower Essence Research, whose goal is to explore
animal treatment using the entire international range of flower essences
Research Your Participation is Vital!
essence therapy grows as each one of us contributes to our network of
professional insight and wisdom. We hope that you will become involved
so that we may continue to learn from and support each other. Please
join the Flower Essence Society in its ongoing research by filling out
for examples of recent submissions. Or, if you'd like, we can arrange
to interview you via telephone (see contact information below) and document
your work. Every report we receive is vital to the ongoing research.
are very pleased to report that the premier edition of Calix; International
Journal for the Advancement of Flower Essence Therapy, is in preparation
and will soon be sent to all members. This edition will feature over 11
different articles including case reports, research results, botanical
and clinical profiles, interviews with practitioners, and a feature article
by Patricia Kaminski entitled "Extending the Legacy of Dr. Edward
Bach: The Vision of the Flower Essence Society for the Twenty-First Century".
Essence Therapy in the Treatment of Major Depression: Preliminary Findings"
by Jeffrey R. Cram,
appears in a volume
of The International Journal of Healing and Caring.
Talk Radio Show Interviews
Listen to archived
interviews with practitioners who utilize flower essences:
February 23rd, 2002
Psychic and Emotional Sensitivity
with Dr. Kyra Mesich
November 24th, 2001
Emotional Healing with Flower Essences
learn how flower essences are being used in the New York City
relief effort and how they help people move through trauma and crisis;
featuring Dr. John Gosling, a medical doctor and Jungian therapist in
Manhattan, New York
November 17th, 2001
with Dr. Rudolph Ballentine of the Olive Leaf Wholeness Center,
New York City, discussing healing for the planet; he compares the allopathic
treatment of cancer to the allopathic treatment of the terrorist attacks,
and discusses a holistic approach with both
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