The FES Quintessentials were developed to meet the needs of modern consciousness, adding to those identified by Dr. Edward Bach in the 1930’s. The Quintessentials flower essences include remedies for current issues such as interpersonal and family relationships, spiritual unfoldment, career concerns, over-sensitivity, creativity, sexuality, and much more.
Corroborated by over three decades of case studies and practitioner reports from around the world, the FES Quintessentials have developed a solid professional reputation for excellence and efficacy. These remarkable remedies occupy a unique niche in the health care spectrum as they address the emotional and psychological aspects of mind-body wellness.
*Note that some entries address the negative state of mind, some the transformed state that is the goal, and some include both polarities. It is important that we become familiar with the bipolar nature of flower essences: both the state of imbalance and the positive or transformative potential. In selecting appropriate essences we may start with the positive goal, and then uncover the emotional or mental pattern that blocks this purpose. Alternatively, we may start with the client's pattern of imbalance or suffering, and then determine the positive quality that needs to be developed. Therefore, the category listings are a mixture of both positive and negative indications for the essences.
Consider each statement and evaluate whether it is appropriate. If a description seems close, but not totally applicable to the situation, make note of it anyway. You may find another interpretation of the essence's qualities that seems more suitable. As you survey the various categories related to the main soul issues, note any essences that appear in several listings. These may be important ones to consider.