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Bromeliad Sub-family 1 – Issues with Thought | High Vibration
Tillandsia ( till-and-see-ah ) is the largest genus in the Bromeliad family, making up almost 1/3 of the entire family. Tillandsias are among the most highly evolved plants on the planet. In horticulture they are known as ‘the air plants’, a name given to them because they ‘grow in thin air’ on rocks, trees and even power lines! They are a robust plant group and their habitat ranges from native to the forests, mountains and deserts of Central and South America, the southern United States and the West Indies.
Botanical Archetype – DISSOLUTION ( of Thought, Thought Patterns, Mental Habits ). Deconstruction.
Root Issue – FIXATION, Habituation.
- Habits, addictions and bad habits.
- Vagueness and concentration issues stemming from too much mental activity.
- Lack of awareness, understanding because there is no space in the mind to produce insight.
Primary Emotion – FIXATION / OBSESSION. Tillandsia are for mental focus-based issues.
- + Dissolving Thought Patterns, Dissolution, Brek Habit, Change of Mind, Awareness, Insight.
- – Focus, Think About, Concentrate On, Fixate, Obsess Over, Ruminate, Habituate.
Lesson – The mind is a blank canvas. To be painted upon with thought.
- Tillandsia help to end old thought patterns and break chains-of-thought.
- Tillandsia untangle mental knots caused when ‘new thoughts are piled on top of old thoughts’ in an attempt to make change.
- Tillandsia defuse ‘Active Consciousness’ that is out of sync with present reality.
The Skyflowers: Pro System is the marriage of botanical science & vibrational medicine. Each one of the 21 plant groups ( or ‘botanical archetypes’ ) provide an overview of their effects on the mind / body system. More specific information can be found on the individual flower page.
This is the botanical symbol for genus Tillandsia. 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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