Clematis - Prelude and Fugue in e flat minor CLUJ-03
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Clematis: Remedy from the set of the Twelve Healers
About this music
Performed with flute, saxophone piano bass and drums. Also has been performed with clarinet and trumpet.
Slow Latin feel in 4/4 time. Long notes in melody. Dreamy mood. Improvised and more agitated middle section, around chord sequence.
Lyrics for Clematis
Clematis is an instrumental piece.
About Clematis, the Bach Flower Remedy
The antithesis of Impatiens. Bach’s discovery of Clematis points to his genius in being able to imagine something so radically different from what he had just discovered.
The Clematis type Bach described as having little desire for life, requiring many hours of sleep, having little ambition to survive, a severe type of sleepy sickness. The Clematis plant that he found was a plant which could bring people back down to earth and thus back into life.
On each Clematis seed head are about 20 black seeds each with a 40mm tail which is designed to carry the seed away on the wind. Hairs on the seed help to drive it into the soil once it has landed; it is designed to dive downwards to take root.
Clematis lacks the upright strength or backbone to make its own movement in a vertical direction. It is like a tree without a trunk. It climbs up over and through other plants to gain height and get to the light. This flowers later than the trees which support it. Clematis types are characterised by a lack of involvement – this is what represents the Clematis soul lesson.
Clematis is a remedy for unconsciousness when we are losing close connection with our physical body. As a remedy, Clematis helps to bring us back to physical reality.
Clematis roots are hard to find – often hidden through the undergrowth. There is no focussed structure to the plant – indicative of the diffused mentality of the Clematis type.
Clematis draws out the consciousness from the physical to the metaphysical. Bach found it as he began to investigate aspects of the subtle invisible world. It would have helped him to stay grounded and to find the other Remedies. It helps the visionary to bring out a new idea or intuition into the world at large.
This account of this Bach Flower Remedy is based on the book Bach Flower Remedies : Form and Function by Julian Barnard.
For full information see HealingHerbs.co.uk→.