Pink Mulla Mulla is an Australian flower remedy made from Ptilotus helipteroides. It gives spiritual relief and confidence, but is also helpful in correcting long-standing physical stiffness. Let’s find out better.
Description of the plant
Ptilotus helipteroides – Annual plant that grows in the arid and rocky outback of Australia, in all states except Tasmania. Each bush is composed of long erect, flowering stems that branch out and reach a height of 50 cm.
At the end of the stem appears a flowered flower head, conical in shape and deep purple-pink in color, which includes densely gathered flowers, with a white tuft at the end.
Each flower consists of five long, narrow and stiff petals that surround very prominent, pink-magenta stamens, and are covered with long, soft hairs.
The small and insubstantial fruit is enclosed in the base of the dead flower. The human figure is evident in the signature of the plant: we can recognize the head, arms, legs and the center of the solar plexus with the prominent stamens that come out of the central core of the plant as cords that connect current life to ancient traumas.
Pink Mulla Mulla acts on those strings helping to disconnect the original traumas and the consequent patterns of sabotage.
Property of Pink Mulla Mulla
- Spiritual relief, trust and openness
- Particularly suitable for ancient and deep wounds of the soul, which leave scars in our being. Wounds still present in the psyche that induce us to carry out sabotage at a deep level, not evident to our conscience.
- It promotes trust and openness in those who close themselves in a hedgehog in defense, tending to isolate themselves, protecting themselves from the possibility of being injured again. Helps to interact freely with others.
- Indicated in the processes of change and carried out for its effectiveness and rapidity of action, especially in the case of resistance to change. ‘Facilitates progress, helping to overcome resistance quickly ‘(Janos Varga, transpersonal psychologist)
- On a physical level, it helps to correct long-standing physical stiffness, often resulting from resistance to making profound changes. According to some authors, it acts on the spleen and liver, also treating hemolytic jaundice.
Preparation and use
In a 30 ml bottle, combine ¾ of natural water and ¼ of brandy to preserve the product; add 7 drops for each chosen flower. 7 drops of this personal blend are taken under the tongue, morning and evening, upon awakening and before bed.
The drops can also be applied locally as well, combined with neutral cream as a carrier, in the bath water or vaporized in the environment to create a harmonious place.
They can also be prepared without brandy, making sure that they do not degrade (if necessary, the preparation is repeated). They can be diluted in a little water or herbal tea, even for children.
The difference with Southern Cross is that the latter is aimed at those who pose as a victim, deeming life unfair towards themselves and shifting the cause of the conditions in which they find themselves to others, rather than taking responsibility for it, while Pink Mulla Mulla protects itself. the possibility of being hurt, abused or exploited.