Bach Flower Divination Cards
Bach Flower Divination Cards Pack
Beautifully designed cards with illustrations for all 38 Bach Flowers. Each with associated information, botanical drawings, photos, folklore, proverbs, inspirational quotes or positive affirmations.
40 cards - 76 Different designs - front and back.
Sit quietly and lay out all the cards. Choose one card, or a selection, that you are most attracted to at that moment. The cards can be used as an illustrated reference to the 38 Flowers ... to inform, inspire or comfort.
Each order comes with a colour leaflet explaining the uses of each Bach Flower Essence.
Size: 6.2 x 8.8cm, standard playing-card size, easy to cary - PLEASE SEE ALL 6 PICTURES FOR SIZE AND SCALE! Each card is protected with a textured lamination, this helps keep the cards strong (please zoom-in to see the texture).
Bach Flower Divination Cards Features
How to use
The Bach Flower Divination Cards can be used in two ways:
This pack of cards comes with a leaflet explaining the uses of each of the 38 Bach Flower Essences.
for Bach Flower Divination Cards
"These gorgeous cards are the perfect gift for anyone interested in alternative therapies; flowers, trees and plants; nature-related quotes and proverbs; or the famous Bach Flower Remedies. Love them."
T O'Rourke, Norfolk
"What a joy to find some really beautiful, clear, sensitive and accurate Bach Flower Remedy Cards. They provide a perfect and uncanny suplement to my own choices of which Remedies to use. The supplier was a delight and service very prompt. Well done!"
E Godsman, Australia
"Simply excellent - I recommend them, thank you very much!"
Y Moro, Spain
Excellent the missus loves them great thanks *****
G Machin, UK
"These cards came beautifully packaged, and felt very special before I'd even opened the pack to look at them. I am very pleased with them and know that they will speed me on my way to learning all of the Bach remedies by heart. Thank you." A C, Wales
Lovely cards and received even more quickly than expected. Thank you
C Lester, Caernarfon
"My girlfriend loves them!"
A Layton, Nottinghamshire, UK
"The combination of the cards and remedies has been a bridge for me through a difficult transition in my life and I am forever thankful for the blessings of both. I find the pictures on the bottles and cards to be a valuable aid in finding the right remedy and the sayings on the back of the cards to be a great companion to the whole experience. I highly recommend both products."
S Hooton, Canada
"Amazing service, Fast delivery. And just fantastic. Thank you so much A+++++++++"
K Kohlhagen, Australia
"I work as a healer & psychic & I am using these cards for both. I love flower remedies & am enjoying using these cards." A Calderon
"My friend is very happy with them thank you!"
E Lovell, Australia
"Very nice cards. Beautiful pictures"
C Serena, Italy
Nice cards, useful to help learn the indications for the flower remedies.
Sheila C, Hornchurch
"Very beautiful, I really like them"
B Eaves, Australia
The history of our Bach Flower Divination Cards
Our Bach Flower Divination Cards were created 9 years ago, in 2008, by artist Alice Digby. For many years she had wanted to design some cards for the Flower Essences that not only depicted the beauty of the flowers and provided information, but that also had comforting or inspirational words to read. Therefore, her whole concept for the design of the Bach Flower Divination Cards was unique.
Since the 1st edition Alice has re-designed and enhanced the images as each new edition is published. In 2017 we published our 4th Edition.
Over the past 9 years our cards have become a world-wide best seller for us.
Please read our Feedback above.
Made from the heart
"Back in 2008, after a deep emotional trauma, I would look to poems, affirmations and 'sayings' to help comfort myself. I used these words to help lift me. I felt that - if someone in history had said an inspirational thing (which became a renowned quote) - this meant that that person too must have suffered in a similar way to me. It meant that I wasn't alone. I found this a comfort.
This experience is what inspired me create some cards that included positive affirmations in the form of 'sayings'. Something that people could turn-to when they needed a little reassurance.
I wanted to create cards that would not only help inform on the Essences, and assist people in which Essence to choose to take, but cards that provided a few words of comfort and inspiration too.
Being in a profound emotional state, at the time, I felt particularly able to tune-in to each of the 38 different emotions of Bach's Flowers (whether I wanted to or not!). I went through the gamut of emotions, from terror to depression, to lacking confidence and feeling overwhelmed. So when I was in, say, the Sweet Chestnut frame of mind, I could really emathise with what kind of 'saying' would comfort me a little.
It took me over a year to create all the cards and it was a sometimes uplifting experinece and often a harrowing one but, one by one, Essence by Essence, I was able to find quotes and sayings that were, I felt, pertinent to helping heal each emotional condition - even if in only a small way...
a little encouragement for the soul!
Creating the cards helped aid my eventual recovery and, nine years on, I am so heartened to hear how my cards have also helped many more people like me."
Alice Digby (2017)
Creator of the Bach Flower Divination Cards and Bach Flower Posters.
Agrimony: 2. Guillaume Apollinaire, (accessed 2011), goodreads.com. Beech 2. Henry Ward Beecher, (accessed 2011), brainyquote.com. Centaury 2. Alice Digby 2016. Cerato 2. Juvenal, (accessed 2011), goodreads.com. 3. Buddha, (accessed 2011), thinksim- plenow.com. Cherry Plum 2. Matthew Henry, (accessed 2016) brainyquote.com. 3. Ma- havira, (accessed 2016), brainy quote.com. Chestnut Bud 2. Niccolò Machiavelli, (accessed 2011), philosblog.com. Chicory 2. William Shakespeare, (accessed 2011), philosblog.com. Clematis 2. Gotthold Ephraim Lessing, (accessed 2016), brainyquote.com. 3 Alice Digby, 2016. Crab Apple 2. Edith Wharton, (accessed 2016), azquotes.com. 3. Mark Victor Hansen, (accessed 2011), entheos.com. Elm 2. Unknown author. 3. Author unknown, Chinese proverb. Gentian 2. Emily Dickinson, (accessed 2016), prepforum.com. Gorse 2. Alice Digby, 2016. Heather 2. Alice Digby, 2016. Holly 2. Ralph Waldo Emerson, (accessed 2011), brainyquote.com. 3. Josh Billings, (accessed 2016), brainyquote.com. Honeysuckle 2. Buddha, (accessed 2011), brainyquote.com. Hornbeam 2. Gotthold Ephraim Lessing, (accessed 2011), brainyquote.com. Impatiens 2. Saint Augustine, (ac- cessed 2011), brainyquote.com. Larch 2. Ralph Waldo Emerson, (accessed 2016), inc.com. Mimulus 2. Napoléon Bonaparte, (accessed 2016) quotefancy.com. 3. Aristotle, (accessed 2016) quotesgram.com. Mustard 2. William Blake, Laughing Song, (accessed 2011), poetryloverspage.com. 3. Buddha, (accessed 2011), rishikajain.com. Oak 2. George Herbert, (accessed 2011), brainyquote.com. Pine 2. Robert Blair, (accessed 2016), brainy quote.com. 3. St Augustine, (accessed 2016), brainyquote.com. 4. Alice Digby, 2106. Red Chestnut 2. George MacDonald, (accessed 2016), brainyquote.com. Rock Rose 2. Author unknown. 3. The Bible, Romans 8:18, (accessed 2016) biblegateway.com. Rock Water 2. Lao Tzu, (accessed 2016), quotesgram.com. 3. David Hume, (accessed 2016), status- mind.com. Scleranthus 2. Alice Digby 2016. 3. William James (accessed 2011), tinybud- dha.com. Star of Bethlehem 2. Alice Digby, 2016. 3. Louis James Block (accessed 2011), www.poetryexplorer.net. Sweet Chestnut 2. G K Chesterton, The Rolling English Road, Waseley Hills Press, 1990. 3. H B Stowe (accessed 2011), www.poetryexplorer.net. Ver- vain 2. William James, (accessed 2016) brainyquote.com. Vine 2. Jalāl ad-Dīn Muhammad Rūmī, (accessed 2016), brainyquote.com. Walnut 2. Attrib. C Darwin, On the Origin of Species, accessed 2011), quoteinvestigator.com. Water Violet 2. Joseph Addison, (ac- cessed 2016), brainyquote.com. 3. Washington Irving, (accessed 2016), brainyquote.com. White Chestnut 2. D H Lawrence, The Letters of D H Lawrence p.130, Boulton and Vasey, Cambridge University Press, 2002. Wild Oat 2. Carl von Clausewitz, (accessed 2016) brainyquote.com. Michel de Montaigne, (accessed 2016), brainquote.com. Wild Rose 2. Clement of Alexandria, (accessed 2011), beliefnet.com. 3. Isaac D’Israeli, (accessed 2011), azquotes.com. Willow 2. Oscar Wilde, (accessed 2011), goodreads.com. 3. Alice Digby, 2016.
Images first created for web by Alice Digby / Riverhaze 2008.
Bach Flower Divination Cards: revised 4th Edition.
© Copyright 2017 Alice Digby / Riverhaze in association with Creature Comforters® - The English Flower Essence Company.
Note: Different species of the same plant are used in some of the illustrations.