for Clear Thinking & Higher Conduct.

Bromeliad Sub-family 1 – Issues with Thought | High Vibration

Vriesea ( Vree-zee-ah ) are known horticulturally as ‘the flaming swords’ due to their brightly colored flower spikes. While they are a highlight, their leaves are often quite a spectacle with wave-like patterns on their glossy leaves. The genus was named after Willem Hendrik de Vriese, a Dutch botanist and physician. They are found growing all over Mexico, Central America, South America and the West Indies.

Botanical Archetype – CLARIFICATION ( of Thought Patterns).

Root IssueCON(SCIOUS)FUSION, Mixed Thinking.

  • Ill-formed, unclear or emotional thoughts that lead to poor decision making.
  • Con(scious)fusion caused by entertaining two or more conflicting thoughts at the same time.
  • Thought patterns that contain impurities or are laced with emotion.

Primary Emotion / Emotional Symptom – CON(SCIOUS)FUSION.

Key Words

  • + Clear Thinking, Thought Pattern, Wavelength, Mental Clarity, Smart Thinking, Intelligence, Decisiveness, Quick Thinking, Command Decisions, Leadership, Higher Minded, Higher Conduct.
  • – Con(scious)fusion, Unclear, Emotional Thinking, Mixed Emotions, Mixed Signals, Poor Conduct, Small Minded, Low-Grade Conduct.

Lesson – The mind is clear in its natural state. Confusion, anxiety and worry are the product of too much thinking, not enough action.

  • Vriesea clarify thought patterns and ‘weed out’ additives such as emotions and conflicting thoughts that do not belong to the current line of thinking.
  • Vriesea work directly on thought patterns and clarify your real focus.
  • Vriesea are considered ‘yang’ flowers and activate fresh mental processes. Their close cousin, genus Tillandsia are considered ‘yin’ flowers and deactivate / decelerate active mental processes.

Botanical Archetype

A ‘Botanical Archetype’ provides background information about a plant family and its effects on the mind / body system.

Botanical Archetypes_Vriesea

This is the botanical symbol for genus Vriesea. It is found in all of our books, clinical manuals, flower notes and charts.

Simply cross-reference it to gain deeper insight into the *nature ( *genus ) of the issue ( **species )

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