Diana Mossop is a scholar of Complementary medicine and the acclaimed creator and guardian of Phytobiophysics®. She is the author of seven Practitioner Text books and has created the remarkable and unique mobilisation therapy called Podo-Rhacidian as well as researching the astounding healing properties of flower and plant essences to create her ranges of Flower Formulas.®
Complete Harmony is a range of 20 Flower Formulas which follow the principles of Vibrational medicine, Chinese acupuncture, the Chakra system, colour and the philosophy of emotional trauma. These Phytobiophysics® Flower Formulas have the capacity to stabilise and harmonise the deep trauma, which occur in modern society on all levels of consciousness.
Her more advanced research has led to the creation of the Superfit range, these are powerful Tree Formulas which support on a deep spiritual level and enable healing and recovery on a deep level.
Bk1 A. Island Flower Essences
It is my belief that all disease stems from a sickness of the soul.
Flower and Plant Essences are made from the light energy emitted by the plant, captured in pure water. They are vibrational and contain no toxic substance. They never do harm and support us on the highest spiritual level, enlightening our hearts and souls. It is therefore no wonder that they offer such spectacular healing.
Writing this book has been a joy for me, as it has taken me back to the exquisite memories of my childhood.
I remember the fascination of country walks that I was taken on by my Grandmother in Shropshire. She would go down on her hands and knees and point out the beautiful flowers. Her special favourite was a tiny little star in the hedgerow.
“This, Diana, is God’s special little flower, it is called Shepherds Purse. Just look at the little purse. God has filled it with treasures for the fairies.“
There is no doubt that the treasure that this tiny Shepherd’s Purse flower offers, is its healing powers for our immune system disorders that occur whenever we are hurt and vulnerable.
We never forget those special moments with our Grandparents. I have always tried to follow her example and offer that same sacred and magical gift to all the many children that I care for and especially, but not only, my own grandchildren.
I hope that you will find this journey through my book equally inspiring. I also hope that it will give you a new insight into the extraordinary power and bounty of our beautiful countryside.
The Power of Plants (Updated 2014): 100 Hedgerow Elementals - Energy Harmonisers
Diana Mossop’s inspirational childhood led her to research the healing powers of plants and wild flowers. ‘The Power of Plants’ is a comprehensive guide to the holistic healing properties of wild flower essences. Diana studied the wild flowers collected from the Jersey hedgerows over many years and has carefully researched their healing capabilities and continues this research today.
Unlike many of the other informative books about flower essences ‘The Power of Plants’ gives information about the physical healing properties of wild flowers and the relationship between emotional tragedies and the physical repercussions. This book is for anyone who loves wild flowers and is also a ‘standalone’ holistic healing tool for people interested in the healing power of plants. It can also be used in the wider concepts of healthcare practitioners of natural alternative or complementary medical solutions.
Diana was born ‘nowhere’ in Africa. Her passport simply states Country of Birth: Zomba, since Nyasaland no longer exists. Her parents were pioneer farmers and converted hundreds of square miles of virgin bush land into a farm. The nearest hospital was 100 miles away and her Mother had a handbook called ‘Medicine for the Intrepid Tropical Traveller’. Diana still has the book and although written in the 1920’s it is full of good advice that helped her family survive many harsh situations in the wilds of the Africa bush.
When she was 4 years old her mother brought her home to the beautiful, rural post occupation island of Jersey, located in the English Channel and near to France. Her Mother’s family the, Labey, is one of the oldest in Jersey, owning land for hundreds of years, that remains in the family, uncontaminated by pesticides or chemicals.
Her family Doctor, Dr John Lewis, chose to remain in Jersey during the occupation and wrote an inspirational book called ‘A Doctors Occupation’. He inspired Diana’s childhood understanding of medicine enabling her to follow his principles today, whilst his book also demonstrated loving care and an in-depth knowledge of the family circumstances. This fundamental principle of healthcare forms the basis of the Mossop Philosophy; supporting people on all levels of consciousness: spiritual emotional and physical.
During the war the Jersey people used the hedgerow for food and medicine and Diana’s great love of nature was also inspired, not only by her Mother but also her Grannies and relatives who had experienced life in occupied Jersey and who had developed such a respect for the healing properties of the hedgerow. Her extraordinary childhood led her to forming the building blocks for the Institute of Phytobiophysics and the Mossop Philosophy.