At Healingherbs we believe that self-development and self-knowledge are intrinsically important to using Bach flower essences. That is why we are passionate about providing high quality publications on Dr Bach, his work and using flower essences. Our publications and research are as important to us as the quality of Bach flower essences we make.
Julian Barnard, the founder of Healingherbs, has written and taught extensively about Bach flower essences. We have re-printed all of Dr Edward Bach's writings on the subject as well as sharing Julian Barnard's own research and understanding.
Bach Flower Essences & the patterning of water
Paperback 68 pages Julian Barnard, 2016
Collected Writings of Edward Bach
Paperback 294 pages, edited by Julian Barnard
Paperback 205 pages / written by Julian Barnard
Form and Function
Paperback 300 pages / by Julian Barnard
Guide to the Bach Flower Remedies
Paperback 52 pages / Julian Barnard
Hidden Geometry of Flowers
The geometry of flowers by Keith Critchlow
A complete 40-card set of the Bach flowers.
Bach Flower Identifier
The Twelve Healers
Paperback 36 pages, 1936 facsimile edition
An introduction to essence making based upon the science of observation. Profusely illustrated with not just images of flowers it suggests an investigative approach based upon 30 years of experience. Central to the argument is the role of information and the way that we read it and allow it to affect our lives.
This thoroughly revised edition includes all of Dr Bach's published books, articles, papers and lectures about the Bach flower remedies together with his letters, notes and many detailed case histories.
The discovery and development of the Flower Remedies are clearly charted.
Richly photographed and designed to be used to recognise and find the plants and learn of their healing properties. An essential companion guide to any Bach Flower field trip.
Form and Function by Julian Barnard begins the process of explaining why and how the remedies are so effective. It describes how Bach made his discoveries and examines the living qualities of the plants and how the remedies are made.
The result is remarkable. Julian Barnard recounts his observations so that readers can explore the complex way in which the remedy plants grow - their gesture and qualities, ecology, botany and behaviour. It is a 'trumpet call' to attend to nature in a new way.
Gives practical guidance in everyday language on how the remedies work, the states of mind that they are prescribed for, and how to diagnose.
Useful in the field to help identify plants and as memory cards for remedy and plant study.
They are also used by practitioners in situations where language skills are limited, say when dealing with children. They have also been used extensively in countries where the plants do not naturally grow and cannot be found nor experienced.
The unique opportunity to own a perfect, hand-finished, facsimile of the first book published after Dr Bach completed his discovery of the 38 Bach remedies in 1935.
Often said to be the only book necessary to understand the Bach flower remedies. A collector's edition, as originally written by the man whose vision introduced flower essences to the world. Includes Bach's account of the sun and boiling methods of preparation.