Basically, you know what you want … but you seek confirmation from others. Bach flower #5 Cerato helps to gain confidence in your own judgment without systematically seeking the approval of others. It helps to listen to your instincts and to have self-confidence. Plumbago helps people who are self-doubtful to speak up.
Difference between Cerato and Scleranthus
Scleranthus doesn’t know what she wants. There are so many options! Whether it’s small decisions (ketchup or mustard?) Or big ones (marry Joe or Bob?), Scleranthus hesitates in any case. On the other hand Cerato knows what he wants, he simply does not know how to express it, hesitates to show confidence in his choices. Also be careful not to confuse with Wild Oat: when it comes to determining your mission in life, at a deeper level that affects your whole person. Knowing how to find your way, your way, it takes Wild Oat if you can’t. In the case of Wild Oat it is the goal that is to be determined, and for Scleranthus it is the way to get there. Cerato knows what to do, how to get there ect. but does not have the courage of his opinions.
In the words of Dr. Bach
Problems arise after the decision is made. Doubts creep in and they no longer know if what they have decided is right.
They go everywhere to seek the advice and guidance of others, and end up being confused or doing something that they know in their hearts is not right.
Cerato helps us to be more confident in our judgment so that we can listen to our inner voice and trust our intuition.
Conclusion on Cerato
Those who don’t have enough self-confidence to make their own decisions. They constantly seek advice from others and are often misguided.
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