Digital Therapy: Healy Australian Bush Flowers Database – Part 2

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Healy Australian Bush Flowers Database –
Part 2/7

Welcome to the third blog post in the Australian Bush Flowers section of our Digital Therapy & Homeopathy series! In the first two Australian Bush Flowers posts, we introduced the Australian Bush Flower Essences and their creator, Ian White. We also compared the Australian Bush Flower Essences to the other Digital Therapy & Homeopathy Healy Databases we’ve discussed so far and we began to detail some of the individual frequency programs you’ll find within the Healy’s Australian Bush Flowers Database.

This post will be a direct continuation from Healy Australian Bush Flowers Database: Part 2/7, so if you haven’t checked it out yet, or read the introduction, you can view them here: Digital Therapy: Healy Australian Bush Flowers Database – Introduction to Australian Bush Flower Essences; Healy Australian Bush Flowers Database: Part 2/7.

Healy Database: Australian Bush Flowers 

Programs 11-20

11. Bottlebrush

Also known as:bottle brush

  • Callistemon

This Essence helps people move through major life changes and the overwhelm that often goes with those changes, especially retirement, menopause, adolescence or death, etc. Excellent for pregnant women and new mothers. It will assist with the connection between a mother and a child.

Negative Condition:

  • Overwhelmed by major life changes – old age, adolescence, parenthood, pregnancy.

Positive Outcome:

  • Serenity and calm
  • Ability to cope and move on
  • Mother-child bonding


12. Bush Fuchsia

Also known as:

  • Epacris longiflora
  • The fuchsia heath

This Essence assists with problem solving and improves one’s access to intuition – it helps a person to trust their own ‘gut’ feelings. It allows for balance between the logical/rational and the intuitive/creative, i.e. the integration between the male and female aspects. It will give people courage and clarity in public speaking as well as the ability to speak out about their own convictions.

Negative Condition:

  • Switched off
  • Nervousness about public speaking
  • Ignoring ‘gut’ feelings
  • Clumsy

Positive Outcome:

  • Courage to speak out
  • In touch with intuition
  • Integration of information
  • Clarity
  • Integration of male and female aspects


13. Bush Gardenia

Also known as:Gardenia pyriformis

  • Gardenia pyriformis
  • Malara 
  • Native gardenia
  • Turpentine tree

For renewing passion and interest in relationships. It helps draw together those who are moving away from one another, busy in their own world (career, life, etc.). It is as if this Essence helps to turn the individual’s head to reconnect to see what their partner is doing and feeling and to discover what is needed to bring them back together.

It is not only for male/female relationships but also for family relationships. This flower has similar flowers and scent to that of the suburban garden shrub but is a 40 ft. tree, growing in the tropical north, similar in shape to a Eucalypt.

Negative Condition:

  • Stale relationships
  • Self aware
  • Unaware

Positive Outcome:

  • Passion
  • Renews interest in partner
  • Improves communication


14. Bush Iris

Also known as:patersonia-occidentalis

  • Patersonia occidentalis
  • Purple flag 
  • Long purple flag

This was one of the first Essences to be prepared. It is an Essence to open people up to their spirituality and to access the doorway to their higher perceptions. It allows the trinity to flow into a person and is an excellent remedy to give someone who has just started meditation or ‘conscious’ spiritual growth. In the negative mode there will be materialism and/or atheism. There may also be a deep seated fear of death. Excellent where there is uncertainty about life after death.

Negative Condition:

  • Materialism
  • Atheism
  • Physical excess
  • Avarice

Positive Outcome:

  • Awakening of spirituality
  • Acceptance of death as a transition state
  • Clearing blocks in the base chakra and trust centre


15. Christmas Bell

Also known as:christmas bell

  • Blandfordia nobilis
  • Gadigalbudyari

Christmas Bell is an erect perennial herb which is frequently found in the Hawkesbury Sandstone country of NSW (New South Wales) in the low open heaths or swamps.

It grows up to 60cm high with a crowd of yellow tipped, red fused, tubed flowers at the top. Christmas Bell’s flowering time is from late December — hence its name — up until February. Christmas is the time of year associated with the joy of giving and receiving, not only of love, but also from the realm of the material too. This remedy assists one with mastery of the physical plane and with stewardship of one’s possessions. It also helps one to manifest their desired outcomes and is extremely beneficial for anyone experiencing a sense of lack.

Christmas Bell, operating at a deep spiritual level, helps one to also realize that the most important things in life are not of the physical and not to be distracted by having their time and energy consumed in the pursuit of these worldly things. We are spiritual beings and by mastering the physical we can more readily focus on and achieve our life purpose and create loving relationships.

Negative Condition:

  • Lack of abundance
  • Sense of lack
  • Poor stewardship of one’s possessions

Positive Outcome:

  • Helps one to manifest their desired outcome
  • Assists one with mastery of the physical plane


16. Crowea

Also known as:Crowea

  • Waxflowers

Crowea is for people who are feeling ‘not quite right’ with themselves and are just a little out of balance. It is an excellent Essence for people not sure of what it is they are feeling. This purple flower has five petals with a prominent raised centre. Five in numerology relates to the emotional centre and the integration of emotions.

Negative Condition:

  • A sense of being “not quite right”

Positive Outcome:

  • Peace and calm
  • Balances and centres the individual
  • Clarity of one’s feelings


17. Dagger Hakea

Also known as:Hakea-teretifolia

  • Hakea teretifolia

For people who feel resentment and bitterness and hold grudges against those with whom they have been very close e.g. family members and old lovers. This resentment is often not openly displayed. The plant gets its name from the needle-like barb that grows on its leaves.

Negative Condition:

  • Resentment
  • Bitterness towards close family, friends, lovers

Positive Outcome:

  • Forgiveness
  • Open expression of feelings


18. Dog Rose

Also known as:Dog Rose

  • Bauera rubioides
  • Madder-leaved bauera

The striking feature of Dog Rose is that the flowers hang down and appear to have dropped and rounded shoulders, like a defeated person. Dog Rose is the Essence for an increase in the flow of the vital force, quality of life, courage and self esteem. It is also for shy, insecure, timid, nervous people.

Negative Condition:

  • Shy
  • Insecure

Positive Outcome:

  • Confidence
  • Belief in self
  • Courage
  • Ability to embrace life more fully


19. Dog Rose of the Wild Forces

Also known as:Bauera sessiliflora

  • Bauera sessiliflora
  • Grampians bauera

Found only in Victoria, this Essence was made up from a plant quivering and leaning over the surging white water just below Mackenzie Falls, in Gariwerd, (previously known as The Grampians). This plant is commonly found growing close to the water. It can be taken when a person is going through intense perturbation. On a higher level it helps to teach the necessity of gaining control over the emotions so that emotional intensity will not distort one’s natural energies.

Negative Condition:

  • Perturbation

Positive Outcome:

  • Calm and centred
  • Emotional balance


20. Five Corners

Also known as:Styphelia tubiflora

  • Styphelia tubiflora
  • Red five-corner

Five Corners Essence resolves low self-esteem, lack of confidence and diminished self-love. This tall, proud shrub gets its name from its fruit which has five corners – and this corresponds with the anatomical position of a body with arms and legs spread, and the fifth point being the head. This Essence allows the life force to flow through to these five centres. When this happens a person feels good and strong in themselves, and they feel their own love and beauty. In the negative mode, the person will appear crushed and ‘held in’.

Negative Condition:

  • Lack of confidence
  • Low self esteem
  • Dislike of self
  • Crushed, held-in personality
  • Clothing drab and colourless

Positive Outcome:

  • Love and acceptance of self
  • Celebration of own beauty
  • Joyousness


Healy Database: Australian Bush Flowers, Programs 21-30

From joyousness to serenity, the Australian Bush Flowers can help to support a variety of emotional states. In Healy Australian Bush Flowers Database: Part 3/7, we’ll cover the next 10 individual frequency programs that you’ll find in the Healy’s Australian Bush Flowers Database. Check back soon!


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