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Over-care for Welfare of Others

ROCK WATER

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Dr Edward Bach’s description for ROCK WATER

Those who are very strict in their way of living; they deny themselves many of the joys and pleasures of life because they consider it might interfere with their work. They are hard masters to themselves. They wish to be well and strong and active, and will do anything which they believe will keep them so. They hope to be examples which will appeal to others who may then follow their ideas and be better as a result.

– The Twelve Healers and Other Remedies

ROCK WATER is grouped in "Overcare for the Welfare of Others"

The Rock Water remedy, as identified by Dr. Edward Bach, is designed for individuals who possess high standards and ideals, often to the point of self-repression and rigidity. Those in need of this remedy may display symptoms such as self-discipline to an extreme degree, a relentless pursuit of perfection, and a tendency to deny themselves simple pleasures. Emotionally, individuals requiring Rock Water may experience inner tension, self-criticism, and a sense of duty that surpasses personal well-being. The mental and emotional burden associated with Rock Water creates a state of inflexibility, hindering the individual's ability to adapt and find a more balanced approach to life.

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Individuals who may benefit from the Rock Water remedy often exhibit symptoms of self-discipline taken to an extreme, a relentless pursuit of perfection, and a tendency to deny themselves basic pleasures. This can manifest as a rigid adherence to high standards and ideals, leading to self-repression. Emotionally, they may experience inner tension, self-criticism, and a sense of duty that surpasses their own well-being. The mental and emotional burden associated with Rock Water creates a state of inflexibility, hindering the individual's ability to adapt and find a more balanced approach to life.

Rock Water is categorized under the group of remedies known as "Over-care for the welfare of others." This group includes remedies such as Vervain, BeechChicory, and Vine. The remedies in this group are specifically designed for emotional states characterized by an excessive focus on the needs and well-being of others to the detriment of one's own needs. Rock Water addresses the specific aspect of over-care related to rigid self-discipline and the denial of personal fulfillment.

Numerous case studies and success stories highlight the effectiveness of the Rock Water remedy in helping individuals release self-imposed rigidity and embrace a more flexible and balanced approach to life. Patients who have incorporated Rock Water into their holistic well-being routines report a shift toward self-acceptance, a greater ability to enjoy life's simple pleasures, and increased adaptability. While individual experiences may vary, these success stories underscore the positive impact of addressing emotional states on overall mental and emotional well-being.

The Rock Water remedy is prepared from the water of natural springs or wells, particularly those associated with granite or rock formations. The essence is derived by exposing the water to sunlight or boiling, following the Bach flower essence preparation method.

Positive Potential:

The positive potential of the Rock Water remedy lies in its ability to help individuals release self-imposed rigidity and perfectionism, allowing for a more flexible and balanced approach to life. Individuals who benefit from Rock Water may experience a shift toward self-acceptance, the ability to enjoy life's simple pleasures, and increased adaptability. This remedy supports individuals in finding a middle ground between maintaining high standards and being flexible enough to embrace the inherent imperfections of life.

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