Juta Stepanovs was the founder of this method that is a response to concerns about the challenges that we face in this new millennium. In light of these times of increasing environmental depletion, Juta wanted to find an improved method to extract the fower essences that was kinder to nature and the plants and would not take anything more away from the environment than was necessary.
In these times of increased emotional stress, conflicts within self, and wars still rampant, she wanted to find a more peaceful way to create remedies that did not unduly stress the plants that gave of their healing energy so generously. In a time when many of us are listless from the struggles of our lives, she felt there had to be way to bring more vitality to flower essences, essences that had "more life" to them.
Many of these concerns arose from the fact that parts of the plant were cut off to make flower essences, and disquiet over the quality of water used to hold the energy frequencies. All these would deeply affect the power and the potency of the essences.
This method was inspired by the Aboriginal´s respect for the plants. When making remedies for emotional healing, Aborigines do not cut the flowers but simply pour water continuously over them and collect it in a bowl. This procedure is repeated a number of times using the same water. The beauty of the Stepanovs Method is that no part of the plant is removed or harmed in making the flower essence. No water is added in the extraction process either. Instead, containers are placed over flowers or other parts of the plant. The plant relies on its own ability to draw water deep from the earth. Once the extraction is completed, the plant continues its life in the wild, wholly intact.
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Juta Stepanovs and Harald W. Tietze under a She Oak Female Tree.