The stream flower Agrimony

Description of the flower Agrimony

Small yellow flowers on 30 to 60 cm high plants in fields and fallow land. Each individual flower blooms only 3 days, flowering time between June and August.

State of Mind

One tries to hide worries, tormenting thoughts and inner restlessness behind a facade of happiness and joy.

Peculiarity Children

Children who need Agrimony are easy to care for, always cheerful and polite, always in a good mood. They hide their feelings behind a cheerful façade and the environment doesn’t notice when they feel uncomfortable. They are popular with other children because they always give in to avoid arguments.

They are also conflict shy towards their parents. They love to make others laugh and often give the “class clown”, they don’t like to be alone, always restless and under high tension. The inner tension promotes clinical pictures such as: chronic fatigue, overweight, eating disorders.

Frustration smokers, frustration drinkers and/or frustration eaters always when they are alone. Children chew nails or are bed-wetters. The inner restlessness is also shown externally by constantly twisting their hair, playing on the chain, not being able to sit still etc.

Pronouncement adults

People who need Agrimony are easily influenced, are too sensitive to outside influences. They always present a friendly and cheerful face to their environment, even though they are tormented by fears and anxieties, disappointed or depressed. Like an actor, you turn a good mine into a bad one.

It is nobody’s business what it looks like inside. On the outside, the façade remains friendly and cheerful. One avoids conflicts for the sake of peace, does not like quarrels, needs harmony.

Worries and fears are kept to oneself. Agrimony people are very popular in their environment, are so-called “easy-going-people”, yes-men, adapted and always extremely friendly and kind to their fellow men (in the hope that the others will then be friendly to them as well). Existing problems are not taken into account and in order not to have to think about them, one throws oneself into all kinds of activities. Outwardly relaxed, inwardly tense, one is susceptible to many kinds of drugs and has small, hidden vices.

Aim of the brook blossom Agrimony

Agrimony should lead people to develop more openness, to be able to communicate themselves, to admit their worries and difficulties and not to have to hide behind a friendly, cheerful façade all the time. Agrimony strengthens the willingness to recognise one’s own weaknesses and mistakes and promotes the ability to deal with conflict and honesty towards oneself. Problems are given the right status, inner balance and true happiness are strived for.