Digital Therapy: Healy Australian Bush Flowers Database – Part 5

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Healy Australian Bush Flowers Database –
Part 5/7

Ready for more Australian Bush Flowers?

We hope so! This post is a direct continuation from Healy Australian Bush Flowers Database: Part 4/7. In this post, we’ll cover some relatives of plants you may have seen already like Banksia Robur, Mulla Mulla and Flannel Flower.

Another interesting Australian Bush Flower covered in this post is Paw Paw, which is often confused with a different fruit named Paw Paw in America, but in this case, is actually referring to the papaya. As we learned in the Materia Medica, as well as the Bach Flower Remedies, there are seemingly commonplace fruits, vegetables, flowers, herbs, and more that have hidden healing powers. In this post, we’ll discuss a few more of these natural healing flowers that are native to Australia and included in the Healy’s Australian Bush Flowers Database.

Healy Database: Australian Bush Flowers 

Programs 41-50

41. Old Man Banksia

Also known as:old man banksia

  • Banksia serrata
  • Saw banksia
  • Saw-tooth banksia
  • Red honeysuckle
  • Wiriyagan

For people who are sluggish, frustrated and disheartened by setbacks. This Essence helps to bring a spark into those people’s lives who are heavy and slow moving. They tend to be reliable, dependable people who steadily plod on, often hiding their weariness while battling on with unceasing effort. The Old Man Banksia is a gnarled and twisted tree and it seems to be a storehouse of old wisdom. It is one of the first plants discovered by Joseph Banks.

Negative Condition:

  • Feeling sluggish
  • Phlegmatic personalities
  • Disheartened
  • Frustrated

Positive Outcome:

  • Enjoyment of life
  • Renews enthusiasm
  • Interest in life


42. Paw Paw

Also known as:paw paw

  • Carica papaya
  • Papaya

For the assimilation and integration of new ideas and information, especially where there is a tendency to feel overwhelmed by the quality and quantity of that information. A feature of this plant is its very narrow stem which, at the top, branches into a mass of foliage to bear large and ponderous fruits. This Essence should be used when one is unable to solve a problem. It will activate the Higher Self, where we have the answer to all our problems. It will ease the burden of problems as it activates the intuitive processes to provide solutions.

Negative Condition:

  • Overwhelm
  • Unable to resolve problems
  • Burdened by decision

Positive Outcome:

  • Improved access to Higher Self for problem solving
  • Assimilation of new ideas
  • Calmness
  • Clarity


43. Peach-flowered Tea-tree

Also known as:peach flowered tea tree

  • Leptospermum squarrosum
  • Peach blossom tea-tree

Peach-flowered Tea-tree is an Essence for people who are up and down emotionally, hypochondriacal people and especially those who are uncomfortable with getting old. It can also be used for people who get enthusiastic and then, for no apparent reason, lose that enthusiasm. It is for those who do not ‘follow through’ on their goals and convictions. Once the challenge goes, they become bored and lose interest. It will help develop stability, consistency, drive and commitment.

Negative Condition:

  • Lack of commitment to follow through projects
  • Easily bored
  • Hypochondriacs

Positive Outcome:

  • Ability to complete projects
  • Personal stability
  • Take responsibility for one’s health


44. Philotheca

Also known as:philotheca

  • Philotheca salsolifolia

This Essence allows people to accept acknowledgment for their achievements and to ‘let in’ love. They are often good listeners and generous, giving people who often don’t look after their own needs. It allows shy people to speak of their plans and success. In its natural environment, the flower is easily overlooked and often mistaken for other species.

Negative Condition:

  • Inability to accept acknowledgement
  • Excessive generosity

Positive Outcome:

  • Ability to receive love and acknowledgement
  • Ability to let in praise
  • Looking after their own needs


45. Pink Flannel Flower

Also known as:Actinotus forsythii Kanangra

  • Actinotus forsythii
  • Ridge flannel flower

Pink Flannel Flower, a very rare plant belonging to the Apiaceae family, is of the same genus as two other of our Bush Essences, Flannel Flower and Little Flannel Flower. The Pink Flannel Flower is found only in a few isolated locations of the Great Dividing Range and was not seen flowering for over forty years when I first made it.

The daisy-like centre of this flower is made up of a dense cluster of tiny pink flowers surrounded by paler pink sepals – either 11 or 12 in number. In all, the flower is about 1 cm across though there are reports of some being up to 3 cm across. It is approximately 50 –100% bigger in size than Little Flannel Flower. The height of this plant is usually from 30 – 40 cm and spreads out radially from a central base on wiry, hairy branches.

This flower is all about heart energy, which is not surprising when you observe the intensity of its pink centre. It allows one to be in a state of gratitude for all aspects of their life and for what they are experiencing around them. Pink Flannel Flower brings about an appreciation of, and helps one take delight and pleasure in, the details and little things in life; to see and be aware of the blessings in every moment. Otherwise life can easily become dull, flat and one’s “joie de vivre” will be missing.

Masaru Emoto, the ground breaking author of “Messages from Water”, found from his research in photographing the crystalline structure of melting frozen water, that both gratitude and love were equally the highest vibration of any word or feeling. Having gratitude for all that one experiences and sees around them, leads to a very high level of consciousness, joy and bliss in their life together with a lightness of being. It provides a filter to see the world in a totally different light where darkness, frustration and myriad negative emotions are transmuted by a joyous, grateful heart energy. Being in this state allows you to access a high-speed level of intuition and wisdom. It brings about heart intelligence and affords effective solutions for situations and challenges you may be facing.

This Essence has great affinity for young babies whilst both in the womb and in those early years of life. Pink Flannel Flower will help keep their heart chakra open with the high, love vibration that they came in with, as they adjust to the density of our third dimensional earthly reality.

Negative Condition:

  • Feeling and seeing life to be dull, flat and lackluster
  • Unappreciative
  • Unhappy
  • Taking for granted
  • Unmindful

Positive Outcome:

  • Gratitude
  • Open-hearted
  • joie de vivre
  • Appreciative
  • Lightness of being


46. Pink Mulla Mulla

Also known as:pink mulla mulla

  • Ptilotus helipteroides

This annual is found in the stony country of the outback and has a striking, pinky-purple conical flower head. The Pink Mulla Mulla is for those who have suffered a deep spiritual wound long ago, often in their first incarnation, where they felt abandoned by Spirit which has led to a deep scar on the soul and psyche. It works on the outer causal bodies clearing sabotage (and fear of spiritual abandonment once more) that is stopping their spiritual growth. On an emotional level, Pink Mulla Mulla is for those who put out prickles to keep people away. They tend to be quite isolated and unable to resolve a hurt, wrong or injustice which can be felt very deeply. This impinges on their attitude to those around them and can make them suspicious of people’s motives, allowing them no rest. They are often on guard against people hurting them again, they may protect themselves by saying hurtful things to others. What they say to those around them does not always reflect how they really feel. It is merely a way of keeping people at a safe distance.

Negative Condition:

  • Deep ancient wound on the psyche
  • An outer guarded and prickly persona to prevent being hurt
  • Keeps people at a distance

Positive Outcome:

  • Deep spiritual healing
  • Trusting and opening up


47. Red Grevillea

Also known as:red grevillea

  • Grevillea banksii
  • Red silky oak
  • Dwarf silky oak
  • Banks’ grevillea
  • Byfield waratah
  • Kahili flower
  • Kahili tree

This Essence is for people who feel stuck. It acts as a catalyst for those who know what they want to achieve but do not know how to go about it. It is for people who are too reliant on others. It promotes independence and boldness. This Essence is extremely effective though the changes may not be as anticipated. Like the Grey Spider Flower this plant is a member of the Grevillea family and its flowers are a dark red colour, similar in colour to the Waratah.

Negative Condition:

  • Feeling stuck
  • Oversensitive
  • Affected by criticism and unpleasant people
  • Too reliant on others

Positive Outcome:

  • Boldness
  • Strength to leave unpleasant situations
  • Indifference to the judgment of others


48. Red Helmet Orchid

Also known as:red helmet orchid

  • Corybas dilatatus

This Essence was made up under unique circumstances on Toolbrunup Peak, the second highest peak in the Stirling Ranges. Red Helmet Orchid helps a man bond to his child or children. It helps men to be aware to allocate quality family time. Making this Essence required not only sunlight but also moonlight, thereby adding the feminine principle so as to allow bonding. It is also for anyone with unresolved father issues, which can manifest as a recurrent, lifelong rebellious attitude to authority figures – police, headmasters, bosses, etc.

Negative Condition:

  • Rebelliousness
  • Hot-headed
  • Unresolved father issues
  • Selfishness

Positive Outcome:

  • Male bonding
  • Sensitivity
  • Respect
  • Consideration


49. Red Lily

Also known as:red lily

  • Nelumbo nucifera
  • Sacred lotus
  • Indian lotus

Red Lily is the same flower as the Sacred Lotus in the Buddhist tradition. It is for spirituality and connection to God in a grounded and centered way, allowing a person to have a wholeness to their spirituality by also realizing the need to develop and maintain a balanced physical and emotional life. It has similar properties to that of Sundew for feeling scattered, not whole, vague and split, though Sundew applies to daily life whereas Red Lily is in relation to one’s spirituality. I waded thigh deep in mud through a billabong teeming with leeches, turtles and snakes to pick this flower. Such is the joy of discovery.

Negative Condition:

  • Vague
  • Disconnected
  • Split
  • Lack of focus
  • Daydreaming

Positive Outcome:

  • Grounded
  • Focused
  • Living in the present
  • Connection with life and God


50. Red Suva Frangipani

Also known as:red suva frangipani

  • Plumeria rubra
  • Bleeding Heart Frangipani
  • Red paucipan
  • Red-jasmine
  • Temple tree

The Essence of this deep blood red Frangipani was made on the coast near Darwin in the Northern Territory. It is unusual in that it does not have the sweet aromatic quality of other Frangipanis but rather a very heavy, musky odour. Its common name in the Pacific is “Bleeding Heart Frangipani”. This Essence addresses the great emotional intensity, difficulty and hardship that people can go through when a relationship is ending, close to ending or going through a very “rocky” period.

It can also be taken for the enormous initial pain and upset of the loss of a loved one or a relationship ending. Sturt Desert Pea, on the other hand, deals with unresolved sorrows from the past.

Negative Condition:

  • Initial upset and sorrow of either a relationship at rock bottom or of the death of a loved one
  • Emotional upheaval and rawness

Positive Outcome:

  • Feeling calm and nurtured
  • Inner peace and emotional resilience


Healy Database: Australian Bush Flowers, Programs 51-60

We hope you’re enjoying your journey through the Australian bush! Each one of these flowers is so unique in both appearance and purpose. Red Helmet Orchid includes male bonding as a positive outcome, while Philotheca supports your ability to receive love and acknowledgement. 

No matter what you’re looking for, there appears to be an Australian Bush Flower Essence to help support you along the way.

We’ll be back in a few days with our next post in the series, Healy Australian Bush Flowers Database: Part 6/7!


Stay tuned!



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