Have you been procrastinating, feeling overwhelmed and powerless, or stuck in a rut? Dragon Slayer™ flower essence encourages you to replace feelings of powerlessness with resourcefulness and determination, so you can get on with making the changes you've been wishing for.
When you’ve fallen into a pattern in which you feel powerless to make changes to your life, Tribe of the Tree’s Dragon Slayer™ inspires you to dig deep and tap into your inner strength.
The ritual of taking flower essences is a great way to focus your attention on the energetic state you'd like to embody, and your intention of consciously creating it, so working with this flower essence is the perfect ritual to support yourself with at times when:
- You realise that you’ve been telling yourself stories that hold you back (usually about how you’re not disciplined / strong / brave enough to do whatever it is that needs to be done) and are now ready to let go of those limiting beliefs and create new, more constructive attitudes
- You've noticed that your previous attempts to make changes are sometimes inhibited by self-sabotage, but are now ready to take responsibility for yourself and your future by developing healthier habits and thought patterns
- You've been procrastinating over taking action and now need a push to get out of your own way and get on with it. (For example, you may have been procrastinating about starting or finishing an important project at school, work or home, or making excuses for all the reasons why you haven’t yet made a change in some aspect of your life)
Directions – Dragon Slayer™ Flower Essence: To enjoy the ritual of working with Dragon Slayer™ Flower Essence, take 7 drops under the tongue, morning and night. Try holding the flower essence in your mouth for a few seconds before swallowing it, and as you do, get ready to courageously and confidently embrace new outlooks and behaviours.
Ingredients - Dragon Slayer ™ Flower Essence: Purified water 66.7%, brandy 33.3% (12.5% alcohol), vibrational essence of Red Hot Poker (Kniphofia uvaria).