Chinese Medicine-based Flower Essence Therapy

“Both psychology and Chinese Medicine [and Bach Flower Therapy] regard a symptom as a signal of unattended, underlying issues […]. Symptoms are opportunities to examine one’s life, to reconsider one’s values and habits, to re-evaluate one’s personality and relationships, to expand awareness, and to change.” —
“Chi Po, minister to Huang Di, the Yellow Emperor, states that “in order to make all acupuncture thorough, one must first cure the spirit.” — Leon Hammer, Dragon Rises, Red Bird Flies: Psychology and Chinese Medicine.

Pablo Noriega says in Bach Flower Essences and Chinese Medicine, that flower essences help to regulate spirit, and not doing so can lay many treatments out cold. Loey Colebeck translated his book to English and uses this view and approach in highly personalized treatments to unwind presenting disorders and help to establish physical and emotional equilibrium.