A friend gave me Dr. Bach's Twelve Healers and Heal
Thyself in 1976 in California, and I cried all the
way through as they connected me in such a deep and
profound way with levels of feelings and emotions I
always knew existed but never had a language for.
Within a few months, I was living in Cambridge,
England, and my first trip was a day journey to
in Sotwell, near Oxford.
Nora Weeks greeted us when we arrived about 10 in the
morning after a beautiful spring drive from
Cambridge. She offered us tea and talked about Dr.
Bach for a couple of hours: how he discovered
remedies, how he suffered mental and emotional and
physical states while he searched for remedies. She
showed us the furniture he made and his clocks and
then after a small lunch, took us around the most
What an afternoon of bliss and happy company as we visited each remedy in the garden while Nora talked about them and give personal instruction and insights. As we traveled through the garden and the remedies, we collected cuttings for our own garden in Cambridge. At the end of the day I felt like I received a treasure that has stayed with me for over thirty years.
One important piece of advice rarely seen in books: stay with one remedy if you can find the most important one and take it very often until a shift happens, it tastes different or it is all gone.
When I arrived home I wrote a paper with all the positive aspects of the remedies that I had told Nora needed to be more emphasized. She died shortly afterward and later on the ones who carried on the Centre produced a book that included more of the positive aspects. Farida Sharan, School of Natural Medicine, Boulder, Colorado
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