Want to study flower therapy? Looking for a good teacher who knows their stuff? Like in any field, there are master teachers of flower therapy and then there are ordinary teachers. Before you pay out your hard earned dollars, go through this checklist of 10 things to look for in a natural therapy course.
- Does the instructor regularly spend time in nature, bush walk, garden or other outdoor activities? Yes / No.
- Does the instructor specialize in flower therapy or is it one of their lesser credentials? Yes / No.
- Does the course focus on plant studies and learning their characteristics? Yes / No.
- Are live plants used in the course? Yes / No.
- Do you learn ‘The Doctrine of Signatures’ and how to read plants so you can source your information directly from nature? Bypassing personal belief and second hand sources? Yes / No.
- Do you learn how to prescribe flower remedies using plant knowledge alone? An authentic flower therapist should be able to do this. Yes / No.
- Does the instructor believe that flower therapy is ‘completely safe’ or do they teach you the inherent risks of the therapy? Yes / No.
- Do you learn one flower remedy at a time, in depth? Yes / No.
- Does the instructor help you to find / create your own custom-made set of remedies, based upon your unique personality, energy and love of certain plants? Yes / No.
- Do you learn the process of creating flower remedies, from scratch and how to trial them?