Digital Therapy: Healy Australian Bush Flowers Database – Part 4

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Healy Australian Bush Flowers Database –
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Are you new to the Australian Bush Flowers series? 

In recent posts, we’ve been discussing the individual frequency programs in the Healy’s Australian Bush Flowers Database. These frequency programs are each derived from a specific Australian Bush Flower Essence and each of these bush flower essences, like the Bach Flower Remedies, helps to support or encourage a specific mental or emotional state. 

If you are new to the series, check out the first post here: Digital Therapy: Healy Australian Bush Flowers Database – Introduction to Australian Bush Flower Essences.

Otherwise, let’s continue where we left off with Jacaranda!

Healy Database: Australian Bush Flowers 

Programs 31-40

31. Jacaranda

Also known as:Jacaranda

  • Jacaranda mimosifolia
  • Blue jacaranda
  • Black poui
  • Fern tree

Jacaranda Essence is for people who dither, never completing things because they are constantly changing what they are doing. There is a fine distinction between Sundew and Jacaranda: Sundew deals with dreamers (the ‘space cadet’), whilst Jacaranda is for those who dither, are ‘all over the place’ and are always changing their mind.

Negative Condition:

  • Scattered
  • Changeable
  • Dithering
  • Rushing

Positive Outcome:

  • Decisiveness
  • Centered


32. Kangaroo Paw

Also known as:Kangaroo paw

  • Anigozanthos manglesii
  • The red-and-green kangaroo paw
  • Mangles kangaroo paw
  • Kurulbrang

This Essence is for people who are ‘green’ and socially inept. They do not know how to properly interact with other people. They can be very insensitive because they are so focused on themselves that they miss the cues and needs of other people around them. They can be very self-centered.

Negative Condition:

  • Gauche
  • Unaware
  • Insensitive
  • Inept
  • Clumsy

Positive Outcome:

  • Kindness
  • Sensitivity
  • Savoir faire
  • Enjoyment of people
  • Relaxed


33. Kapok Bush

Also known as:kapok bush

  • Cochlospermum fraseri 
  • Cotton tree
  • Kapok tree

Mount Barnett, an Aboriginal Cattle Station on the rugged Gibb River Road in the Kimberleys, was where Ian made this Essence.

It is for people who have a tendency to give up very easily, who are easily discouraged. It can also give people an overview of a plan or situation and then allow them to work it through sequentially and be able to bring it to fruition. It could even be for someone with a piece of technology or machinery, to assist them to understand how it works.

Negative Condition:

  • Apathy
  • Resignation
  • Discouraged
  • Half-hearted

Positive Outcome:

  • Willingness
  • Application
  • “Give it a go”
  • Persistence
  • Perception


34. Lichen

Lichen helps an individual to be aware of, look for and go to the Light at the moment of physical death. The alternative to the soul going through to the Light is to stay earthbound in the astral plane — what we commonly refer to as ‘a ghost’. There is a great deal of darkness operating on the astral plane and it is certainly a level that the soul would be well advised to move through quickly. A violent or sudden death can also result in the increased likelihood of the Spirit staying earthbound and the spraying of Lichen from an atomiser bottle would be of great benefit for those souls, helping them to see and go to the Light. Even in cases where there is an unexpected sudden death, eg. a car accident, the individual who dies in such an experience is fully aware at the level of their Higher Self, of what is about to happen and that they are going to pass over. Two weeks before such an event the etheric body starts to disengage and unravel from the physical body. Lichen assists the etheric and the physical bodies to separate in preparation for passing over. Lichen is contained in the Transition Essence Combination. The latter can be taken by people who are in the process of passing over or else going through major changes in their life such as changing career, moving house, etc. In these latter circumstances one can rest assured that the Lichen in this Combination would definitely not lead to their etheric body separating from their physical body!

Negative Condition:

  • Not knowing to look for and move into the Light when passing over
  • Earth bound in the astral plane

Positive Outcome:

  • Eases one’s transition into the Light
  • Assists separation between the physical and etheric body
  • Releases earthbound energies


35. Little Flannel Flower

Also known as:Wildflower Actinotus minor

  • Actinotus minor 
  • Lesser flannel flower

This Essence deals with the child aspect in us all. It addresses the expression of playfulness, being carefree and spontaneous joy. It is for people who regard life as a very sombre and serious experience. It is also for children who tend to grow up much too quickly, who take on the troubles of the world and get old before their time. It helps children get in contact with their spirit guides. Its delicate, tiny, white flowers cover the bush with a blanket of colour and white light, yet it is easily overlooked due to its size.

Negative Condition:

  • Denial of the ‘child’ within
  • Seriousness in children
  • Grimness in adults

Positive Outcome:

  • Carefree
  • Playfulness
  • Joyful


36. Macrocarpa

Also known as:macrocarpa

  • Eucalyptus macrocarpa 
  • Mottlecah

Macrocarpa is a Eucalypt that grows in the wheat belt area of South West Western Australia, the stands of which are becoming increasingly rare and very few survive today. This tree has the largest flower of any Eucalypt. Both the tree and the flower have a tremendous power about them and this comes out in its properties. This Essence brings about renewed enthusiasm, endurance and inner strength.

Negative Condition:

  • Drained
  • Jaded

Positive Outcome:

  • Enthusiasm
  • Inner strength



37. Mint Bush

Also known as:Prostanthera_lasianthos_flowers

  • Prostanthera

This Essence, like many others, was made in the Valley of the Winds in the Olgas (or Katajuta) in central Australia. Mint Bush helps one to cope with the dross being burnt off before emerging at a new spiritual level. Just prior to any such initiation there are usually spiritual trials and tribulations that one goes through when one feels they are being tested, often to their limit. At this time there is usually a great deal of confusion and one can have a sense that everything is too difficult and too much to deal with and resolve. These feelings can also arise during intense changes in your life – divorce, bankruptcy, severe illness or accidents, changing religious beliefs or affiliations.

Negative Condition:

  • Perturbation
  • Confusion
  • Spiritual emergence
  • Initial turmoil and void of spiritual initiation

Positive Outcome:

  • Smooth spiritual initiation
  • Clarity
  • Calmness


38. Monga Waratah

Also known as:monga waratah

  • Telopea mongaensis
  • Braidwood waratah

Monga Waratah (also known as Braidwood Waratah), a shrub up to 4 metres, has a very small distribution around the moist forested areas and creeks of the Mongarlowe River near Braidwood in New South Wales. Its flower is the same red colour as the more common Waratah (Telopea speciosissima) although it only seems to have the base of the Waratah’s flower, as if the top cone or diamond has been removed. The Monga Waratah has the appearance of an open hand reaching out, as if wanting or needing more of something. This is a key note in its Doctrine of Signatures.

Like its close relative Waratah and other Essences in the proteaceae family, Monga Waratah has a very powerful energy. This Essence can help a person find their inner strength which enables them to reach out.

It addresses the negative conditions of disempowerment; of being overly needy; of feeling not strong enough; of feeling unable to do things alone; of always needing the strength and support of others; feeling choked or stifled in situations or relationships and feeling not able or strong enough to leave. This Essence is very much addressing co-dependency as well as strengthening one’s will. Monga Waratah gives you the belief and sense that you can break any dependency upon a behaviour, substance or person. This remedy helps one to reclaim their spirit.

Negative Condition:

  • Neediness
  • Co-dependency
  • Inability to do things alone
  • Disempowerment
  • Addictive personality

Positive Outcome:

  • Strengthening of one’s will
  • Reclaiming of one’s spirit
  • Belief that one can break the dependency of any behaviour, substance or person
  • Self empowerment


39. Mountain Devil

Also known as:mountain devil

  • Lambertia formosa

This Essence helps one deal with feelings of hatred, anger, jealousy -all major blocks to expressing love. It is for people who tend to be suspicious of others. Mountain Devil helps to develop unconditional love and acceptance. It helps one express anger in a healthy way and so develop sound boundaries. This may open the way to forgiveness.

Negative Condition:

  • Hostility
  • Keeping anger in
  • Holding grudges
  • Suspiciousness

Positive Outcome:

  • Unconditional love
  • Happiness
  • Healthy boundaries
  • Forgiveness


40. Mulla Mulla

Also known as:mulla mulla

  • Ptilotus atripicifolius

Mulla Mulla is for the personal recovery from the negative emotional experiences of burns, heat or fire. It is for those who feel emotionally uncomfortable with fire or flames (often from a past life). This Essence was made in Palm Valley, one of the hottest parts of the country and where some of the oldest plants in Australia are found.

Negative Condition:

  • Uncomfortable around fire, heat or hot objects
  • Distress associated with exposure to heat and sun

Positive Outcome:

  • Feeling comfortable with fire, sun and heat


Healy Database: Australian Bush Flowers, Programs 41-50

You are officially more than halfway done learning about the individual frequency programs in the Healy’s Australian Bush Flowers Database! Hopefully you’ve bookmarked one of the pages in the series because it can get a little confusing with the different flannel flowers and mulla mullas you’ve come across so far!

But don’t worry about trying to memorize anything, at the end of our Digital Therapy & Homeopathy series, we’re going to make a giant index with a table of contents so you can have all of this information conveniently located in one place.

Don’t forget to check back in a few days for our next post in the series, Healy Australian Bush Flowers Database: Part 5/7


Stay tuned!



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