The BFVEA Official magazine ESSENCE was recently published. From this issue I have highlighted the article written by Sabina Pettitt entitled The Essence of Success. To read the full article go to

BFVEA International Essence Awareness Week

The BFVEA IEAW started on 9th September and will run for 1 week.  There is a photo challenge that everyone interested in flower essences can take part in - for more details head on over to the BFVEA website.


Day 3 of the BFVEA IEAW. Today I am sharing the video/interview of Jan Stewart and Sam Cremnitz speaking about how flower & vibrational essences can support men. This video was produced at this years BFVEA Annual Gathering

Day 2 of the BFVEA International Essence Awareness week. Today I am sharing a video/interview of Sara Turner and Erik Pelham on how flower essences can help teenagers and children. #ieaw2018 #essences2018 #floweressences #vibrationalessences

Do you want to know a little more about flower essences. During the International Essence Awareness week I will be sharing interviews that were made during the BFVEA Annual Gathering 2018. The first one is an interview between Jenny Howarth of Yorkshire Essences and Chris Bailey of Bailey Essences. #ieam2018 #essences2018 #floweressences #vibrationalessences

BFVEA International Essence Awareness Week

International Essence Awareness Week is now OPEN.   we would love you to help us raise awareness of Flower and Vibrational Essences by liking, commenting on and sharing our posts. We would also LOVE you to join in by taking part in our Photo Challenge. Each day for the next 7 days please share an essence as described below on your personal or business Facebook page, on Instagram, Twitter, Linked In etc.
Here is how you can join in:
- on each of the days below, find a photo following the prompts below and share it on your Facebook page, sharing personally (or professionally) why you are choosing this essence or particular prompt. If you can, use the hashtag #ieaw2018 #essences2018 #floweressences #vibrationalessences
Thank you in advance and we look forward to seeing your sharings.

Why train with the BFVEA

BFVEA Practitioner Members Jan Stewart and Sally Arthurs talking about the importance of receiving training in essences from an accredited body. Sally chose to train as a Practitioner in Flower and Vibrational Medicine with a BFVEA accredited course and shares the benefits of her course - such as a focus on multiple ranges and the support she received. Sally is also now a Practitioner Member of the BFVEA and talks about the benefits of becoming a Member now that she is a Practitioner herself. To find out more about training courses that are accredited with the British Flower and Vibrational Essence Association, please visit this link

Special Offer for 2018



You don't have to be a Practitioner Member of the BFVEA to get these quarterly magazines. For more information go to or email

If you would like to read past issues go to


Choosing and using Flower Essences with Dr. Andrew

How to make a flower essence