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Beech (Fagus sylvatica) Beech. Intolerant, critical attitude.
Dr. Bach: "For those who feel the need to be able to see more of the good and beautiful in their surroundings and need to develop the ability to see the budding good in the seemingly negative things and events. In this way, they develop a tolerance, an indulgence and a greater understanding of the different way each individual and things use to reach their own final perfection. "
Examples of symptoms: Intolerance. Trying not understand or allow other people's shortcomings. Critical, lacks humility and sympathy. Has the ability to see the negative in a person or situation and complain constantly over others. Feel chagrin of other small habits and idiosyncrasies. Because of its critical approach, this type of individual often isolated. Prone to suffer from both internal and external rigidity and tension.
Positive change: Developing a true tolerance to others. Increased respect for other people's opinions and values. Can see the positive in people and situations. Good resources for emotionally "disabled" people since the dissolution of these blocks have the ability to open the heart and compassion.