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Learn to be patient with Bach Flowers

Apprendre à être patient avec les Fleurs de Bach

As the saying goes: “Patience is the mother of all virtues”. It would be considered essential to achieving wisdom. However, certain situations make us particularly impatient, such as waiting in a waiting room, experiencing delays or when we do not learn quickly enough. Rather than ruminating, why not try Bach Flowers? They can be very effective in this type of situation, find out how in this article.

What is impatience?

Impatience is “the state of someone who does not know or cannot wait, wait calmly”. Impatient people tend to get angry, frustrated and this only makes the situation worse. All these tensions will be felt in your body but also in your mind. By learning to be patient, you will take care of yourself. But before that, let's find out where impatience comes from.

Where does our impatience come from?

Impatience can have several sources, it is the result of waiting for something. This expectation can be linked to our environment, to others, to a skill or even to our thoughts. We tend to want everything to go quickly and today's society doesn't help us. In this case, we are in control and waiting for things to change. However, this is not possible. But how do you manage to be patient? This is what we will discover in the rest of this article.

How to learn to be patient?

The most important thing is not the ability to wait but to maintain a positive attitude while waiting. In addition, you will be able to make better decisions, without having to rush, and your relationships with others will be improved.

Observe yourself

The first step above all else is to observe yourself. Identify any situations where you feel impatient. Also observe how your body reacts, where the tensions are. You will see that being impatient is bad for your body because it creates a lot of unnecessary tension. Accepting it will help you recognize your impatience and transform your mental state. Impatience is nothing other than an automatic response when we don't get what we want right away. You have no control over the situation, over the people, but you can change your reaction and your feelings.


Breathing can change your reaction as well as how you feel. Indeed, breathing has a relaxing effect on our entire body as well as our mind. Try full breathing, it's very simple:

  • Breathe slowly through your nose for a count of 4;
  • Hold your breath for a count of 4;
  • Exhale slowly through your nose for a count of 4;
  • Hold your breath for a count of 4.

Repeat the exercise 2 to 4 times.

If you can, close your eyes during this exercise. At the end, you will be more relaxed, the feeling of impatience will be dissipated and your thoughts will be more positive.

Accept the situation

Accepting the situation does not mean that we agree but rather that we accept things as they are. We must understand that we cannot control everything, even less people and our environment. So rather than trying to change things, accept them. Don't get angry if certain behaviors irritate you, but embrace your emotions. The more you accept things, the less impatience you will feel.

Balancing your emotions with Bach Flowers

Doctor Bach selected 38 flowers which have a higher vibrational state than other plants or flowers that man usually uses to heal his body. These flowers are now famous and bear his name: Bach Flowers.

Bach Flower No. 18 - Impatiens / Impatience

The Bach Flower Impatiens/Impatience helps in case of difficulty in supporting constraints, in case of lack of patience. You are easily irritable. You tend to manage everything, moving forward alone to do things at your own pace. Impatiens allows you to regain calm, patience and tolerance. You take your time to enjoy a normal rhythm of life. You are more forgiving towards others and listen to them more easily.

Becoming patient takes time, so be kind to yourself. By following our advice, you will be able to feel better in your body and it will thank you for it.


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Flowers of Bach 18 Impatiens - Impatience - Bio

20 ml - Organic

Strengthens tolerance, indulgence and understanding towards others.

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