A Certified Iridologist, Sclerologist, Light and Colour Therapist, Gudrun maintains a successful clinical practice in Grande Prairie, Alberta, Canada, facilitates workshops and is a featured guest on international radio shows.
In her 30-year-career as a clinical herbal therapist, Gudrun has helped thousands of people to become healthier physically, emotionally, spiritually and mentally. And no matter what combination of therapy she has used—reflexology, herbal medicine, light and color therapy, iridology, sclerology, energy medicine—she has also employed the same Bach Flower remedies developed by iconic British Dr. Edward Bach. Bach, who died 80 years ago, would be 130 on September 24, 2016.
Now Penselin hopes to reach even more people with the release of her new book “Healing Spirituality: A Practical Guide to Understanding and Working with Bach Flowers” (October 2016). A follow-up to “Bach Flowers Unfolding,” a deck of cards for each of the 38 flower essences Bach developed, Penselin wrote the new book with Bach’s spiritual help. She says, “I have created this work under Bach’s spiritual guidance as well as through direct intuitive communication with the spirit of Bach Flowers.”
Gudrun can answer such questions as:
- Why are Bach’s remedies more important than ever?
- What was his controversial relationship with the medical community?
- Under what circumstances are Bach Flowers useful?
- Who can benefit from Bach Flower remedies?
- Which Bach Flower remedy has helped her the most?
- What is Bach’s greatest legacy?