Making Green Bean Vibrational Essence: With a little help from my friends

Posted by Candice Covington on

I tend to make what I crave and I have been craving the energy of the humble green bean who it turns out is not so simple after all. 

One of the more fascinating aspects of this slender green vegetable is it teaches natural magic, that allows us to tap into our deepest gifts and dance with them in ecstasy - until what ever that gift is blooms - into the fullest expression of itself.

Take a moment to really sit with this energy - what a gift from nature 

Furthermore this plant fosters creativity and the fulfillment of desire from a source that is pure and cleansing. 

Green bean also teaches perseverance in the face of obstacles and learning the lesson(s) with as much ease as possible. Softening your struggles and helping you see the value while in process. Allowing you to stop and take a breath and face your own fears, especially the vulnerable aspects that are intensely personal.

After taking this essence try meditating on:

. What aspect of your natural magic wishes to bloom?

. What obstacles or struggles are keeping you from your full expression of self?

. Where do you feel most vulnerable in life?  

As this crystalizes in your mind take a deep breath and fully allow the vibration of this plant to permeate your whole-being. Relax into green beans energy and allow her to work her magic and help melt away your struggles and fears, allowing your own personal magic to bubble to the surface and be purified, enjoying the creative expression that follows.

If you would like to invite this energy into your life our essence is on sale. Normally $18. Now $15 


Our vibrational essences are lovingly hand made and are stabilized in elder flower and taste like sunshine, happiness and positive expectations. Try taking a few drops on top of your tongue taking the time to slowly savor the energetic expression.  We invite you to visit us here to see where we make our essences 


1 fl oz 


  • Well thank you! What a nice thing to say

    candice covington on

  • you sweet green bean.

    c. in Lake Oswego on

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