Associated Planet: Moon
Notes: First Light Flower Essences of New Zealand® No 49 Miro - Balances, strengthens, protects, energises and clears the third eye chakra -the centre that acts as a link to the intuitive and higher psychic capacities. Facilitates the necessary changes and adjustments at a third eye chakra level to facilitate the increased vibrational resonance of the Aquarian Age. Use to address a lack of or a diminished sense of self-awareness. Helps honour the role of intuition in the life. Assists one to feel comfortable taking time out to imagine, daydream or dream of other options, solutions or possibilities. Use to connect to one’s inner knowing and to set about dynamically acting on it. Helps those who can’t see the obvious or what is right in front of them. For those who have uncertainty or ambivalence about trusting intuitive processes.
- Place 3 drops of stock essence on the tongue or add to a glass of water.
- Repeat 3-4 times daily or as required.
- Add 5ml or a teaspoon of brandy (cider vinegar if preferred) to a 20-25ml glass dropper bottle and fill with pure spring water.
- Add 3 drops of the stock essence. Up to eight flower essences from the First Light Flower Essences of New Zealand® No's 1-84 range can be used to make up a blend. First Light Flower Essences of New Zealand® No 0 Black Orchid can be added to any blend.
- Place 2-4 drops from the flower essence blend bottle on the tongue 3-4 times a day or as required.
- Flower essence blends should be used within 4-6 weeks.
First Light Flower Essences of New Zealand® are made in accordance with ancient protocols and using a proprietary process. They are sustainably made in total cooperation with nature and contain only natural ingredients.
Each flower essence in this set contains an aqueous botanical solution of a specific New Zealand native plant and grape alcohol solution.
- 100% natural
- Animal and plant cruelty free
- Free from fragrances, petrochemicals, parabens and other additives
- Carefully made in New Zealand from New Zealand native plants