Clinical Flower Therapy focuses on the principle that ‘flower therapy is plant medicine’.
Therefore, this course focuses on two things.
- Clinical Observations.
This means that all foreign health systems, beliefs and spiritual concepts have been removed to maximize learning two principles. As you will find, Clinical Flower Therapy is a whole, complete, stand-alone system. While other health care systems can complement the practice of flower therapy, you will find there is no need to apply those methods!
Part I – Foundations & Fundamentals
This group of modules teaches the fundamentals that you should know before you work with flower remedies in a clinic.
The Principles of Flower Therapy
- An ancient art in a modern world: A look at how modern flower therapy is a shadow of its former self.
- The difference between Clinical Flower Therapy (CFT) and Modern Flower Therapy.
- Something is missing: What happens when you remove plant studies from flower therapy?
- The #1 principle: ‘flower therapy is plant medicine’ and how everything about the practice can be learned by sticking to it.
- Defining ‘natural health’ and ‘natural therapies’.
The Art of Botanical Diagnosis
- The ‘Doctrine of Signatures’ and why this is not just an ‘antique philosophy’.
- Plant characteristics and the 3 key signatures every practitioner needs to pay attention to.
- How to read plants and obtain your clients entire health care program – from ‘issue to aftercare’.
- Case Study: The Oak ( Bach Flower ) and why you shouldn’t rely on 2nd hand information.
- Warning signs and special instructions for the practitioner.
- Emotions & their design.
- Emotional postures.
- ‘The myth of negative emotions’ and why this perspective is harmful to your health.
- The 4 stages of ‘suppressed emotion’.
- Why flower therapy is not just about ’emotional issues’.
The Nature of Consciousness
- Active Consciousness: A new model of the human mind.
- Mental wavelengths and complex thought patterns.
- Why emotion is not the issue and who the real villain is.
- Recording a new thought pattern to replace the old one.
- The concept of ‘karma’ and the problems associated with ongoing consciousness.
- The #1 issue that everyone has that causes all other emotional issues.
- Treating the spirit, not the ego.
- Natural spirituality: What nature has to say about spirituality and the life path.
Part II – Protocols & Procedures.
This group of modules builds upon the fundamental principles and teaches you the correct method of using flower remedies ‘as nature intended’.
The 4 Stages of Treatment
- The 4 stages of treatment and the one stage nearly every practitioner forgets during treatment.
- Protocols and procedures for effective treatment.
- Treatment types and different ways to apply flower remedies.
- Dosage rates and exposure type
Safety Issues & Common Mistakes in Flower Therapy
- Safety issues & ‘inherent risk’ in flower therapy.
- The myth that ‘flower therapy is completely safe’ and why this idea is harmful to your practice.
- Dosage rates and safe exposure limits.
- Treating ‘healing crisis’ and how to avoid causing one.
- 6 bad habits in flower therapy ( that are common practices. )
- The #1 most important thing when choosing remedies to work with.
- Designing combination remedies and the different strategies when doing so.
- Affirmations: The right and wrong way.
- Realistic goal setting and how to measure success.
- Clearing emotional issues vs installing a new thought pattern.
Part III – Professionalism in Practice
The final modules look at codes of conduct and standards in the field of flower therapy.
Professionalism in Practice
The Future Medicine
- The future of medicine.
- The latest research and what it means for plant medicine as a whole.
- Examination and closing discussion.