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Practical workshop: use of the BACH FLOWERS + aperitif offered

Hosted by the Consul of the Rome Language & Culture Exchange Group
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Sun 14 Jan 16:00 - 19:00

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hi friends!

I am happy to let you know this wonderful and powerful natural method to heal yourself.
Stop using so many medicines that intoxicate our body and let's try a natural path!

Dr Anthony passari, naturopathic, will lead the workshop, introducing us to the beautiful way of bach flowers, extracted from flowers, used to heal all kinds of psychic and physical disorder and to rebalancing a particular mood in a natural way.
after a theoretical introduction, Dr passari will lead us in making some interactive "games" to learn how to find the flowers suitable for us:
using the bach flower cards, with the pendulum

-Who is Edward Bach
-The theory of "signatura" of the flowers
-The flowers and their meanings in relation to moods and emotions
-How to choose the flower remedies

the workshop has a practical approach and, at the end of the afternoon, Dr Passari will suggest a list of flowers for each person.

at the end of the workshop: a little aperitif will be offered to get together and share the experience

the afternoon cost is 10,00 euros for the membership card that lasts one year and it is valid for other events organized by the association
+Euro 10.00 for dr passari

(who wants can buy the bottle with the bach flowers remedy made for her/him Euro 10,00)


Bach flower remedies (BFRs) are solutions of brandy and water—the water containing extreme dilutions of flower material developed by Edward Bach, an English homeopath, in the Protected content . Bach claimed that dew found on flower petals retain imagined healing properties of that plant.[1] Systematic reviews of clinical trials of Bach flower solutions have found no efficacy beyond a placebo effect.[2][3]
The solutions, which contain a 50:50 mix of water and brandy, are called mother tincture.[4] Stock remedies—the solutions sold in shops—are dilutions of mother tincture into other liquid. Most often the liquid used is alcohol, so that the alcohol level by volume in most stock Bach remedies is between 25 and 40%[5] Protected content 80 proof). The solutions do not have a characteristic scent or taste of the plant because of dilution. The dilution process results in the statistical likelihood that little more than a single molecule may remain; it is claimed that the remedies contain energetic or vibrational nature of the flower and that this can be transmitted to the user.[2] The solutions are described by some as vibrational medicines,[6] which implies they rely on the pseudoscientific concept of water memory. They are often labeled as homeopathic because they are extremely diluted in water, but are not homeopathy as they do not follow other homeopathic ideas such as the law of similars.