Orchid Essence Seminars
Our August seminar is about to start in a few days, with people arriving from as far away as Chile. This will be the 33rd seminar on the Living Tree Orchid Essences which I have taught here at Achamore House on the Isle of Gigha. As we still at this point do not have a buyer for the house, we are also scheduling another seminar for early October.
Should anyone think, Oh! I would like to come, last minute, there are still a couple of spaces remaining. Long shot but thought I would mention it.
For the 8-day seminar in October, people will arrive at Glasgow Airport or train station by 12 noon on Wednesday the 9th, and will depart Gigha the morning of Friday the 18th. For further details, please contact us here by phone or email.
Orchid Oral Sprays
Many of our readers may not be aware that we now offer all the 122 essences in our range in both 15ml dropper bottles, as well as 30ml (1 oz) spray bottles. The former are with organic cognac, while the sprays are made with organic vodka. We initially thought of these as Aura sprays, but with changes in the rules from the Royal Mail in the UK relating to "Dangerous Goods", we have re-branded them as Oral sprays. One can feel at times like Alice in Wonderland when dealing with regulations from groups such as the Royal Mail, but in any case our sprays haven't changed a bit, just what is stated on the labels. And the sprays may be sprayed in the mouth as they contain no essential oils, but they may also be sprayed on the body, or in the aura, or in the living space etc. In other words, the 30ml unscented sprays have tremendous flexibility of use. And they are all made at stock strength.
Shown here is one of our newest combinations, which I wrote about in my last newsletter in May. An interesting use though has been found for Coming Home: it can help one to clear the negative emotional impact of cyber-bullying, which sadly is all too common now. Online forums and social networks often attract people who have little courtesy, and think nothing of being nasty to others online. Coming Home can be very helpful if this sort of behaviour is encountered.