Valentine Rose flower essence - the illusion of emotional attachment masquerading as love
   The illusion of emotional attachment.

A “new energy” essence, to help heal a “broken heart” where a person perceives that they have been hurt by love or by loving.

To help such a person to see through the illusion of what passes for “love” but is in reality emotional attachment to the person or thing that is perceived to be the cause of the pain.

“We release the illusion of fairy-tale “love”, and in so doing we allow room in our hearts for true love.”

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While looking at photo of flower.....

Breath slowly and deeply, and imagine the old stale energy leaving your body on each out-breath, and new, healing energy coming in with every in-breath. Connect with the energy of the flower.... sense its vibrancy, its life-force. Allow this vibrant and healing energy to enter your body, and to penetrate every cell and every atom of your body. Repeat the affirmation several times, while still also focussed on the flower. (The affirmation is in green, above.) Just allow the healing process to occur.... and stay with this flower for as long as it feels appropriate.

When finished, ask for the healing energies to continue to be “sent” to you on an ongoing basis for as long as needed. It is fine to do as many flowers, one after the other, as you feel drawn to do, in the one session. Come back as often as feels “right” for you, and repeat the process, either with the same flowers, or with different ones.

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NOTE: Not a substitute for medical diagnosis or medical treatment.
This system of energy healing has not been evaluated, tested, or approved by any medical regulatory authority. Anyone with a medical condition is advised to seek help from the appropriate health-care professional.