for Comprehension and Grasp of Big Events.
Bromeliad Sub-family 3 – Issues with Reality | (S)low Vibration
Encholerium ( En-ko-leer-ree-um ) are highly ornate plants that are native to Brazil. The genus is named after the Greek words ‘enchos’ ( spear ) and ‘leiron’ ( lily ) which is an interesting description as the plants little resemble a lily. Interestingly, the name ‘Tears of the Sun’ came to me while working with this flower and is an analogy to ‘solar flares spewing from the sun’. Perhaps a reference to an ancient memory stored in nature.
Botanical Archetype – COMPREHENSION, Decongestion, Decompression of Mass Consciousness.
Nature of Issue – CONGESTION, Compilation, Compression of Consciousness.
- Unimaginable, unprecedented or massive event.
- Horrific or catastrophic events that are too big to process mentally or emotionally.
- Sum-of-all-Fears – the horrible feelings that result when all of your emotional issues are mixed together.
Primary Emotion / Emotional Symptom – ORDEAL / SUM-OF-ALL-FEARS. ( Sum Total of Consciousness. )
- + Decongestion, Decompression of Mass Consciousness, Decompress, Digest, Grasp, See the Bigger Picture, Comprehend, Make Sense of the Situation.
- – Congestion, Sum-of-all-Fears, Catastrophic, Monumental, Massive, Unfathomable, Incomprehensible, Unimaginable, Incredible, Too Big, Stored Shock.
Lesson – Your spirit lives above all human experiences. There is no human experience that the mind cannot grasp.
- Encholerium help you to decompress large events and break them down into individual pieces so you can relate to them.
- Encholerium help you to remain calm, clear and level headed during massive events.
- Encholerium combine well with Genus Acanthostachys and Neoregelia.
A ‘Botanical Archetype’ provides background information about a plant family and its effects on the mind / body system.
This is the botanical symbol for genus Encholerium. 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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