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- This Bach Flower Essence relates to the soul quality of self-confidence. The negative state usually stems from infancy, or even before birth, when the child takes on its parent’s negative attitude. This child grows up with a belief and a certainty of failure. And, since like attracts like, a vicious circle is set and failure does heap upon failure. This person doesn’t doubt his abilities, he knows that he is inferior and “can’t do it.” As a result, he fails to learn and grow and change through new experiences. The personality becomes impoverished and life becomes mired in feelings of discouragement and an unconscious melancholy.
- While some personalities refuse to recognize their own limits, the Larch personality sees only limits. They are expected and accepted as a condition of life. Larch types may appear to be acting sensibly and realistically when they refuse to take on projects or tasks they feel unable to handle. However, if they had the nerve to try, most would find that they know more and have more talents than they recognize.
- After treatment with Bach Flower Remedies, they are able to assess things objectively, and to do it from a positive point of view. They usually find that they can handle almost any situation that is handed to them. Once the Bach Flowers allow energies to rebalance, they are able to connect with and take guidance from their Higher Selves.
- The negative Larch state is not always a chronic condition stemming from childhood. Individuals can also be temporarily thrown into this state by a setback which shakes their confidence.
- This Bach Flower Essence has shown itself to be useful when an extra dose of self-confidence is needed – as when facing examinations or enduring divorce proceedings. It is indicated for use in children who are afraid to venture on their own, but always want mom or dad or an older sibling to “go first.”
- Larch is used in the treatment of alcoholics who drink to “forget their failures” and in problems with sexual potency which stem from the belief in and expectation of the re-occurrence of the problem.