The MUST HAVE with you
Saying “I do” or being in front of 20, 30 or even 100 people irrespective of the type of ceremony you’re having can bring on all sorts of feelings and emotions. Everything from nerves to being anxious, to tears, to ecstatic joy, to sweaty palms, to upset stomachs and even to fainting.
What to do about all these emotions? How you can prepare yourself and even help others at your wedding?
Have either of these with you and prepare yourself before, during and after the ceremony. I’ve personally educated myself over 20 years in a range of Holistic Modalities. I’ve studied qualified and practiced Aromatherapy, Flower Essences, Naturopathy, Reiki, Homeopathy, Herbs, Tissue Salt Therapy, Holistic Healing as well as many others and still to this day use all of these skills when required. Being a Celebrant I often encounter all sorts of mixed emotions for all sorts of reasons when it comes to ceremony work.
My two number one top picks are RESCUE REMEDY or EMERGENCY ESSENCE. Each is a flower essence that can be used in times of stress, be it the emotional kind or the physical kind. Flower Remedies have been used by many cultures for thousands of years.
Rescue Remedy was created by Dr. Bach a British Doctor, Homeopath, Bacteriologist and Spiritual Writer, to deal with emergencies and crises. It’s been available for 60 years and works its wonderful healing power via a blend of five different Bach Flowers all carefully selected to bring about an almost instant result.
Emergency Essence – has been developed and researched by Naturopath, Ian White, a fifth generation Australian herbalist. The Bush Flower Remedies is a system of healing that anyone can use for themselves or prescribe for others. Emergency Essence is excellent for any emotional upset and has a calming effect during a crisis. The remedy is made up of Angelsword, Crowea, Dog Rose of the Wild Forces, Fringed Violet, Grey Spider Flower, Sundew, and Waratah, all of which are Australian grown flowers.
Both of these flower essences can be purchased online and can be found in pharmacies. So don’t wait until your ceremony day, although if I am your Celebrant then I will have either of these remedies on hand on the day, along with a few other items.