måndag 12 december 2016
“Love is space and time measured by the heart.” - Marcel Proust
Salt: Lindenflower is cooling internal heat, warm skin, fever. It is good for restlessness, hyperactivity and panic attacks.
It is supporting the respiratory system, good to take for influenza and to expell mucus in the lungs.
Mercury: Linden is soothing to the nerves, comforting to the heart and good for lucid dream work. It is good for anxiety that is felt in the heart, insomnia and stress. It has a sedative effect.
Sulphur: Marcel Proust was the first person to coin the term involuntary memory, in his novel À la Recherche du Temps Perdu (In Search of Lost Time).
Proust viewed involuntary memory as containing the "essence of the past", claiming that it was lacking from voluntary memory. In his novel, he describes an incident where he was eating lindentea soaked cake, and a childhood memory of eating lindentea soaked cake with his aunt was "revealed" to him.From this memory, he then proceeded to be reminded of the childhood home he was in, and even the town itself. This becomes a theme throughout In Search of Lost Time, with sensations reminding Proust of previous experiences. He dubbed these "involuntary memories."
Take 7-14 drops directly on the tongue or in a little tea when in need.
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