June 26, 2021
The Taiwanese Wild Lily dissolves the habit of being too tight and rigid. When we hold on too tightly and repress emotions, we run the risk of becoming physically ill. Alternatively, we can learn to loosen up and release our tension. We can be like water and roll with the punches. Being fluid and flexible helps us experience more ease in everyday life.
Sacred Body harmonizes the subtle energetic bodies in such a way that it benefits the physical body as well. Infused with 9 special flower elixirs to stabilize the complex spectrum of your electromagnetic field, giving your beautiful, sacred body the support it needs.
If you’re attracted to the Taiwanese Wild Lily, you may be repressing certain emotions. If big or intense emotions arise, your inner military general or bossy girl may clamp down on these emotions, leading to a propensity to get stuck. You may be holding on too tightly, which prevents your emotions from being processed and converted into energy. You may have felt verklempt and unable to let it out.
If this habit of repression is sustained over time, ultimately we break down. We begin to ride the edge of insanity and can end up lashing out or crumbling into grief.
Physically, this pattern of stagnant energy can manifest itself in the body as constipation or a clogged lymphatic system. It can also present as stiff or rigid joints, or tension in your muscles or fascia.
When we get too rigid, we break. When we hold on too tightly, things fall out of our control. Taiwanese Wild Lily (Crotalaria Pallida) helps us loosen up and let it all hang out. We’re able to release the tension around whatever emotions or challenging situations are arising.
We can be like a river that flows around the bends. We’re more able to roll with the punches, amplifying our resiliency. We can quiet down the military general/bossy girl and experience difficulties or intense emotions with more gentleness and fluidity.
Physically, this stimulates the waters of our body to lubricate our joints, intestines and muscles/fascia. Our bodies are more able to move with ease and gentleness. We sleep better and experience a more generous sense of daily well being.
Also known as the wild soybean, this tall yellow wildflower is found in the grassy fields of Yilan, Taiwan.
This same flower is eaten as a vegetable in Cambodia, and its seeds are made into a sort of coffee drink. In Vietnam, the roots are chewed together with betel nuts.
Herbally, the roots have been used to reduce inflammation in swollen joints and its leaf extract expels worms from the digestive tract.
MAGNIFIES: Fluidity; Loosening; Resiliency
DISSOLVES: Rigidity; Emotional repression; Holding too tightly
Along with being one of the flowers featured in the Sacred Body Collection, Taiwanese Lily is also available as a single elixir.
Because each flower has its own unique specialty, single flower elixirs can target very specific patterns. The effects of single flower elixirs are often more subtle, yet they go deeper, hitting the bullseye. While it may take longer to discern the shifts taking place, the effects can be profound.
Love + flower petals,