Digital Therapy: Healy Australian Bush Flowers Database – Part 6

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Healy Australian Bush Flowers Database –
Part 6/7

We’re almost at the end of our Australian Bush Flowers series! In this series, we’ve been exploring the negative conditions aided by, and the positive outcomes supported by the Australian Bush Flower Essences. As we’ve discussed previously, these operate much like the Bach Flower Remedies by supporting a specific mental or emotional state. 

If any of this is confusing to you, please check out our first post in the series, Digital Therapy: Healy Australian Bush Flowers Database – Introduction to Australian Bush Flower Essences, where we lay the foundation for what you’ll read next. 

Healy Database: Australian Bush Flowers 

Programs 51-60

51. Rough Bluebell

rough bluebellAlso known as:

  • Trichodesma zeylanicum
  • Camel bush
  • Cattle bush

This Essence was made in the spiritual centre of Australia in the Olgas also known as Kata Tjuta by the Aborigines. This is an Essence to help people fully express the love vibration innate within them. Rough Bluebell is for people who are very manipulative and for those who are deliberately malicious and use people, either subtly or openly. It is different from Kangaroo Paw which is for those who hurt or ignore the needs of others in an unconscious way. This Essence can be for those who play the role of the martyr and like to have others obligated to them. They are aware of the needs of others but want love and affection for themselves and are not concerned about or unable to give it back.

Negative Condition:

  • Deliberately hurtful, manipulative, exploitive or malicious

Positive Outcome:

  • Compassion
  • Release of one’s inherent love vibration
  • Sensitivity


52. She Oak

Also known as:she oak

  • Casuarina glauca
  • Swamp she-oak
  • Swamp oak
  • Grey oak
  • River oak

An Essence which is very beneficial in overcoming emotional imbalances and bringing about a sense of wellbeing in females. It will benefit women who feel uncomfortable about infertility. It can also be used in conjunction with Flannel Flower which will help remove karmic patterns hindering conception. The fruit of this tree is very similar in size to a woman’s ovary. This Essence was made from the female tree of the species.

Negative Condition:

  • Female emotional imbalance

Positive Outcome:

  • Emotionally open to conceive
  • Female emotional balance


53. Silver Princess

Also known as:silver princess

  • Eucalyptus caesia
  • Caesia
  • Gungurru

This is another rare Eucalypt. Although widely cultivated there is only one remaining natural stand of this beautiful tree on a granite outcrop known as Boyagin Rock in the south west of Western Australia. Of all the Eucalypts, there is none more attractive than the Silver Princess. This Essence brings about an awareness of one’s life direction. Though it may not always reveal to a person their full life plan, it will aid people who are at crossroads, helping to show them what their next step is. It helps give them an understanding of that direction. This Essence is also excellent when one has reached an important goal and yet one is left feeling very flat, thinking ‘is this all there is’. In this case, it gives one a glimpse or a sense of what is next and allows one to enjoy the journey whilst striving for the goal.

Negative Condition:

  • Aimless
  • Feeling flat
  • Lack of direction

Positive Outcome:

  • Motivation
  • Direction
  • Life purpose


54. Slender Rice Flower

Also known as:slender rice flower

  • Pimelea linifolia

Slender Rice Flower is for people who are racist, narrow minded and lack humility. Humanity has, through its many wars, seen the grim ramifications of these attitudes. This Essence can be used for group harmony and conflict resolution when individual egos get in the way. It allows for greater co-operation between people for the common good. This Essence has the ability to make an individual aware of the common divinity in all people and that no-one is superior to anyone else.

Negative Condition:

  • Prejudice
  • Racism
  • Narrow-mindedness
  • Comparison with others

Positive Outcome:

  • Humility
  • Group harmony
  • Co-operation
  • Perception of beauty in others


55. Southern Cross

Also known as:southern cross

  • Xanthosia rotundifolia

This is another Essence made in the Stirling Ranges of Western Australia. It is for those people who have a tendency to feel that they are a victim, that life has been hard on them or that they have been hard done by. This Essence helps people to understand that they create all the situations that happen to them in life and that they can change their situation by changing their thoughts.

Negative Condition:

  • Victim mentality
  • Complaining
  • Bitter
  • Martyrs
  • Poverty consciousness

Positive Outcome:

  • Personal power
  • Taking responsibility
  • Positiveness


56. Spinifex

Also known as:spinifex

  • Triodia

Spinifex is a native grass which prefers the arid and semi-arid areas of inland Australia. This was the first Essence made from a grass species. It is for those who have a sense of being a victim to and having no control over illnesses, especially those with persistent and recurring symptoms.

Negative Condition:

  • Sense of being a victim to illness

Positive Outcome:

  • Empowers one through emotional understanding of illness


57. Sturt Desert Pea

Also known as:sturt desert pea

  • Swainsona formosa
  • Clianthus formosus
  • Sturt’s desert pea

Sturt Desert Pea is the floral emblem of South Australia. It is for sorrows. I have come across at least three Aboriginal legends connecting this flower to grief and sadness. This is one of the most powerful of all the Essences and, like so many of the Bush Essences, it can help the person bring about amazing changes in their life.

Negative Condition:

  • Sorrows

Positive Outcome:

  • Letting go
  • Triggers healthy grieving


58. Sturt Desert Rose

Also known as:sturt desert rose

  • Gossypium sturtianum

This Essence is for guilt, including sexual guilt, which can be an emotional trigger for many problems. It is also for following your own inner convictions and morality, helping you to follow through with what you know you have to do. If one is not true to themselves then there can often arise, as a consequence, feelings of regret or remorse. It can restore self esteem that has been damaged by past actions you may have regrets about.

Negative Condition:

  • Guilt
  • Regret and remorse
  • Low self-esteem
  • Easily led

Positive Outcome:

  • Courage
  • Conviction
  • True to self
  • Integrity


59. Sundew

Also known as:sundew

  • Drosera spatulata
  • Spoon-leaved sundew

This Essence is for people who are vague and indecisive and do not pay attention to detail. For those who tend to ‘split off’ easily, especially when there is work to be done. This Essence will keep them focused in the present and reduces procrastination. It is for those who tend to be vague, dreamy or drawn to drugs. This carnivorous plant is found in damp, boggy areas and has a crimson, ‘earth-hugging’ base. It sends up a tall stem to which delicate little flowers are attached.

Negative Condition:

  • Vagueness
  • Disconnectedness
  • Split
  • Indecisive
  • Lack of focus
  • Daydreaming

Positive Outcome:

  • Grounded
  • Focused
  • Living in the present


60. Sunshine Wattle

Also known as:sunshine wattle

  • Acacia terminalis

For people who have had a difficult time in the past and who are stuck there. They bring their negative experiences of the past into the present. Life is seen as being grim and full of struggle. When they look at life they only see bleakness, hard times and disappointment continuing into the future. In the positive mode these people will see the beauty, joy and excitement in the present and optimistically anticipate the future.

Negative Condition:

  • Stuck in the past
  • Expectation of a grim future
  • Struggle

Positive Outcome:

  • Optimism
  • Acceptance of the beauty and joy in the present
  • Open to a bright future


Healy Database: Australian Bush Flowers, Programs 61-68

One more post to go! We hope this has been a learning experience for you so far! Like we mentioned in the last post, there’s no need to memorize everything you’re reading. Once we’ve wrapped up the remaining Healy Digital Therapy & Homeopathy databases, we’ll create a giant page with all of the different Digital Therapy & Homeopathy individual frequency programs, so you have a place you can go to quickly search for more information.

Stay tuned for our last post in the series, Healy Australian Bush Flowers Database: Part 7/7


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