Puya species ~ Issues of Stability & Core Strength.
- Lesson of the Puya plant group – You cannot ‘create’ good health nor ‘make’ the perfect life, for they come naturally. You can, however, disturb them in so many different ways.
- Attachment – Your ego clings to the way things are and is impacted / upset / disturbed when things change. I.e. “I” = Ego, local identity.
- Non-Attachment – Your spirit is not impacted by life, as it is one with life. I.e. “Self” = Spirit of life.
Positive – Recover, Recuperate.
- Finding your feet. Establishing a life for yourself.
- Standing your ground during times of upheaval.
- Shock absorption – Absorbing the impact of shock or distress.
- Able to rebound quickly after illness, injury or traumatic experience.
- Quick recovery.
Negative – Knocked, Impacted.
- Rocked to your foundations.
- Thrown by events. Thrown into disarray.
- On the rebound. Still reeling from experiences that happened a long time ago.
- ‘Bad luck’ – Unable to regain control of your life after a traumatic experience.
- Never fully recovering.
- Cause of the problem – Dysfunction, Destablization ( of the Ego ).
- The Puya’s relieve issues caused by an outdated ego-statement, an old “I am” that is out-of-sync with reality. Such issues call for grounding in the spirit, not the ego.
- See: Skyflowers: Pro System for more information.
The Doctrine of Signatures
On the surface, this species looks like a silvery, grass-like plant. Like all species of Puya, this plant has a strong Earth-connection and bulbous root ball which translates to core strength and grounding-in-the-spirit.
No medical claims made.