Renata Bicalho


     Os 5 Princípios do Reiki



  •  Apenas por hoje, não se preocupe
  • Apenas por hoje, não se irrite ou critique
  • Apenas por hoje, agradeça suas bençãos e seja humilde
  • Apenas por hoje, ganhe a vida honestamente
  • Apenas por hoje, seja gentil e amável com todos os seres vivos



Bach Flowers


Dr. Edward Bach wrote ‘Disease of the body itself is nothing but the result of the disharmony between soul and mind. Remove the disharmony, and we regain harmony between soul and mind, and the body is once more perfect in all its parts.’

The cause of all our troubles is self and separateness and this vanishes as soon as Love and the great knowledge of Unity become part of our natures.  -Dr. Edward Bach


Dr. Bach separated the 38 Bach Flower Remedies into 7 emotional groups.

The 7 Bach Flower groups makes it easier for us to separate the Bach Flower Remedies into feelings, such as  fear, despair, loneliness, uncertainty etc.
When we ask ourselves, how do I feel? Do I feel fear, what kind of fear? Do I feel despair, what kind of despair? Then the groups can aid us and determine which of the Bach Flower Remedies will help us get our emotional balance restored.

The Bach Flower Remedies are so simple to use that no science, no knowledge is necessary apart from the simple method described above.

For Those Who Have Fear.

Rock Rose: Helps when you experience fears, such as terror or fright that makes you feel frozen and unable to move or think clearly. 

Mimulus: Helps when you feel fear, the type of fear that you can put a name on such as fear of dogs, spiders, being alone, losing a job, illness etc. Also, fear of speaking freely of it to others or shyness. 

Cherry Plum: For those who fear losing control of their thoughts and actions and doing things they know are bad for them or which they consider wrong. Teaches trust in one’s spontaneous wisdom and the courage to follow one’s path. 

Aspen: Helps when you feel fearful without knowing why. The fear is vague and unexplainable and may haunt you day or night. 

Red Chestnut: Helps when you find it difficult not to be anxious for other people, you are afraid that some unfortunate things may happen to your loved ones.

For Those Who Suffer Uncertainty

Cerato: Helps trust your own judgment in decision-making.

Scleranthus: Helps when you have a hard time choosing between two things, such as Mexican or Chinese food, you simply can not decide which restaurant to go to.

Gentian: Helps when you get discouraged and depressed when things go wrong or when you are faced with even small delays or difficulty.

Gorse: Helps when you feel great hopelessness, and have given up belief that more can be done.

Hornbeam: Helps when you feel that you do not  have a sufficient amount of strength mentally or physically to carry the burden that life has placed on you.

Wild Oat: Helps when you are at a crossroads in life and are uncertain as to which direction to choose.

Insufficient interest in present circumstances.

Clematis: For those who find their lives unhappy and withdraw into fantasy worlds. They are ungrounded and indifferent to the details of everyday life. Teaches one to establish a bridge between the physical world and the world of ideas and may foster great creativity. Is also used to bring clarity and alertness to the present moment. 

Honeysuckle: Helps you to let go of past experiences or events. Your thoughts are in the past rather in the present.

Wild Rose: Helps you to take responsibility for your own life and take a lively interest in life, work and the world in general.

Olive: Helps you regain energy, vitality and interest in life.

White Chestnut: Helps when your mind is cluttered with thoughts usually arguments, ideas, thoughts which you do not wish to have in your mind.

Mustard: Helps when you feel suddenly depressed without any reason. It feels like a cold dark cloud that destroys normal happiness and cheerfulness.

Chestnut Bud: Helps when you from making the same mistake over and over again. You do not take full advantage of observation and experiences and therefore it takes longer for you to learn a lesson.


Water Violet: Helps you get a warmer relationship with other people. You love being alone but often find yourself lonely.

Impatiens: For those who act and think quickly, and have no patience for what they see as the slowness of others. They often prefer to work alone. Teaches empathy and understanding of and patience with others. It is found to be fast-acting in alleviating an impatient attitude and lowering stress.

Heather: Helps when you are unhappy being alone for any length of time, you are always seeking the companionship and find it necessary to discuss your affairs with others, no matter who it may be.

Over-sensitivity to influences and ideas.

Agrimony: Helps you to communicate your real feelings and worries. You are the cheerful, humorous type that gets distressed by argument or quarrel. You often hide your feelings behind humor and you use alcohol or drugs in excess to stimulate yourself.

Centaury: Helps when you find it hard to say no, and therefore easily get imposed on. You often find yourself serving others, neglecting your own particulate mission in life.

Walnut: Helps you break free from old ties and at times of major life changes. It helps you move forward and make the necessary changes in order to be happy. Walnut gives consistency and protection from outside influences.

Holly: Helps when you suffer from angry thoughts such as jealousy, envy, revenge and/or suspicion.

Despondency or despair.

Larch: Helps you to regain self-esteem and confidence in yourself.

Pine: Helps when you feel guilt and self-reproach, often for other people’s mistakes or just anything that goes wrong. You are never content with your effort and results.

Elm: Helps when your responsibilities overwhelm you. You feel depressed and exhausted and may lose self-esteem.

Sweet Chestnut: Helps you at moments when the anguish is too great and seem to be unbearable. Your mind or body feels as if it has tolerated the uttermost limit of its endurance. It feels as there is nothing but destruction and annihilation left to face.

Star of Bethlehem: Helps when you experience trauma, serious news, loss of someone dear, the fright following an accident etc. The distress and unhappiness feel unbearable.

Willow: Helps when you have suffered adversity or misfortune and find it difficult to accept. You feel sorry for yourself and are grumble and sulky.

Oak: Helps when your inner strength wanes, usually because you are an over-achiever and will overwork and ignore your tiredness.

Crab Apple: Helps when you feel that there is something not quite clean about yourself. You may need to wash hands often, find things dirty without any reason, you may find yourself ugly although others find you very attractive. This is the cleansing Essence.

Over-care for welfare of others.

Chicory: Helps you to be less critical, opinionated and argumentative. You always find something about others that you believe should be put right.

Vervain: For strong-willed people who hold strong views. They put unnecessary effort into everything they undertake, your mind race ahead of events, you may suffer from lack of sleep due to an overactive mind.

Vine: Helps you respect other people’s views and ideas, you tend to try to persuade other people to do things your way.

Beech: Helps you be less critical toward other people and accept them as they are.

Rock Water: Helps when you expect too much of yourself.



You are a gardener


“You are a gardener, and you are planting seeds (thoughts) in your subconscious mind all day long, based on your habitual thinking. As you sow in your subconscious mind, so shall you reap in your body and environment.

Begin now to sow thoughts of peace, happiness, right action, good will, and prosperity. Think quietly and with interest on these qualities and accept them fully in your conscious reasoning mind. Continue to plant these wonderful seeds (thoughts) in the garden of your mind, and you will reap a glorious harvest.”

The Power of the Subconscious Mind – by Joseph Murphy


Chakras e os ciclos de 7 anos

Ensinamentos do yoga mostram uma relação entre os chakras e os ciclos de 7 anos em nossas vidas. 

O primeiro ciclo, que começa no nascimento, estaria ligado ao primeiro chakra, e os ciclos seguintes se ligariam aos próximos chakras, em ordem.

Desta forma, teríamos 49 anos, 7 x 7, de experiências únicas, cada ciclo influenciado pela energia sutil do seu correlato chakra.

De forma resumida, do nascimento aos 7 anos, e depois dos 50 aos 56, seriam as temporadas do chakra base, o primeiro, Muladhara, ligado à energia da força da vida, à conexão com a Terra, ao mundo material, à estabilidade, às raizes, e aos novos começos. 

Dos 8 aos 14 anos, e depois dos 57 aos 63, seriam os ciclos influenciados pelo segundo chakra, Svadisthana, relacionado à sexualidade, à criatividade, ao entusiasmo, ao teste de limites.

Dos 15 aos 21 e depois dos 64 aos 70 anos de idade, seriam os períodos influenciados pelo terceiro chakra, do plexo solar, Manipura, relacionado ao desenvolvimento da personalidade e dos sentimentos, à sabedoria, à expansão e a possibilidades ilimitadas. 

Dos 22 aos 28 anos, e depois dos 71 aos 77, seriam os ciclos do quarto chakra, do coração, Anahata, quando o amor, a compaixão, o desenvolvimento de capacidades de cura de si mesmo e dos outros e a vontade de ajudar na cura do planeta estão despertos em nós.

Dos 29 aos 35 e depois dos 78 aos 84 anos de idade, seriam os períodos influenciados pelo quinto chakra, o da garganta, Vishuddha, ligado à comunicação, à expressão individual, à inspiração, à independência, à abertura a um desenvolvimento superior em busca da sabedoria.

Dos 36 aos 42, e dos 85 aos 91 anos, seriam os momentos influenciados pelo sexto chakra, Ajna, relacionado ao reconhecimento dos sentidos mais sutis, como a clarividência, a intuição, a vivência de experiências profundas de vida e a responsabilidade.

Por fim, dos 43 aos 49, e dos 92 aos 98 anos de vida, seriam as temporadas influenciadas pelo sétimo chakra, Sahasrara, tempos de trabalho interior, unidade, iluminação, transição espiritual interior, contemplação, meditação.

A relação de influencia entre esses ciclos de 7 em 7 anos e a energia sutil dos respectivos chakras correlatos pode nos ajudar a entender nosso desenvolvimento pessoal, e nos apontar caminhos para equilibrar ou até estimular nossos chakras.

Fonte: The Chakra Bible, by Patricia Mercier

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