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      • For many who need this Bach Flower Remedy, it is a long term therapy, as the soul conditions inherent in this state are firmly ingrained from birth, or even before. For instance, a baby, crying for hours yet ignored, eventually accepts the fact that he is alone and deserted. He accepts this fate as “the way it is”and begins life without energy or interest. This condition, left untreated, can become the chronic, dominate feature of his personality.
      • In its extreme, the negative Wild Rose state is one of hopelessness, accepted as inevitable. These people know that nothing is going to get any better, feels no joy in life, and makes no effort to bring about positive changes. His sadness is palpable. Sufferers often appear as the walking dead – exhibiting no interest or enthusiasm for life, but accepting their fate with a miserable resignation. They often speak in a flat, lifeless voice and fail to understand why others show interest in life.
      • At the same time, others cannot understand the negative Wild Rose state of mind, because the circumstances surrounding sufferers never appear to be that dire. These people are boring company – uninterested and uninteresting. Their deep depression creates an apathy that casts a pall over every gathering.
      • In a milder, yet still chronic Wild Rose state, people may engage in frantic activity to compensate for their lack of true interest.
      • While generally a chronic state of being, the negative Wild Rose state can sometimes occur as a temporary condition. This might occur after a miscarriage, during psychotherapy, or during a phase of intense work on one’s personality. During these times, this Bach Flower Essence will help the person return to their normal states of energy and enthusiasm.
      • Treatment with this Bach Flower Essence leads gradually to a new interest in life, and the joyful expectation of better things to come. The patient gains a new flexibility and inner freedom and is once again able to let the riches of life flow through him. In essence, he “comes back to life.”