Field Scabious - All Flower Essences - Mamboya
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    Field Scabious

    Reinvent yourself

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    Field Scabious - Knautia arvensis

    Reinvent yourself

    Field Scabious essence is rarely used. This is because the events that force us to repent and renew occur less often in life. We are more used to modifying the course here and there if something does not go as desired. Sometimes, however, fate strikes in a way that makes it impossible for us to just carry on as we are used to. If we have always viewed ourselves as part of a relationship and maybe even defined ourselves as such and this relationship is now breaking up, then a world seems to collapse for us. If our primary responsibility was to care for someone who then dies, that leaves a void in life. If we saw ourselves in a function that we can no longer exercise, e.g. because we are no longer physically able to do so or a force of nature destroys all our property or our home.

    The denominator “loss” is common to all of them. We lose something that gave us support. We grieve, we resent, we despair. And then?

    We need to find a new purpose in life, a new activity, a new self-image. With the help of the field scabious we can see that the previous conceptual limitation to a single possible version of ourselves was perhaps not the whole truth after all. There is always more to us than we think. We’re just too used to being what we think we are.

    There’s always another way of living even if we are not (yet) aware of it. We can reinvent ourselves from scratch, do and experience things that we didn’t think were possible. That is the strength of the field scabious. It does not let us sink into despair, but catches us and directs our attention to new opportunities.

    And who knows, maybe it will be better now than it ever was.


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