Joyce Ardis - Energy Medicine

Energy Medicine
The Healing Wisdom of Nature


Harmonic Resonance

Peacock Butterfly on Buddleia

Plants emit a sound resonance which they use to attract those insects necessary for pollination. In most cases humans are not able to hear these sounds but will be attracted to the plant by its perfume or colour. This Harmonic Resonance is captured in a homoeopathic remedy or flower essence and utilised to stimulate or correct the notes which are out of tune in the Orchestra of the Human Body ... assisting the move into perfect harmony.

Notice the colourings of the Buddleia flower and the distinct similarities in the delicate wings of the Peacock Butterfly busily collecting nectar. This bush usually attracts up to eight different species and often fifty butterflies can be seen hovering around it.

Geometric Structure

Day Lillies

Whilst this photograph illustrates 'Day Lilies' it is an excellent example of the geometric structure which exists within all living organisms. Its Latin name, Hemerocallis means 'beautiful day'.

The six-point star symbolises how the energy from the earth (matter) and the energy from the heavens (spirit) meets together in the heart of every human. Three petals growing on top of three petals forming two triangles. How beauty-full are they ... each head flowering for only one day.

  • "Consider the lilies of the field, how they grow; they toil not, neither do they spin: yet I say unto you, that even King Solomon, in all his glory, was not arrayed as one of these" Matthew 6:v25-34



Hypericum is a first aid Homoeopathic remedy helpful for nerves, bones and teeth. The bright yellow flowers of the Hypericum attract honey bees in profusion. This one appears to be bathing in the sunlight of the flower head.

Bees sometimes collect nectar from very specific flowers such as Clover or Aloe which will influence the flavour of the finished product. They line the beehive with Propolis to ensure an hygienic environment which is safer than an operating theatre. Some Aloe products contain Propolis to influence specific skin conditions and internal disorders which may be fungal in nature.

Propolis is anti septic and anti fungal. Bee Propolis, royal jelly, carob and almond are formulated in tablets which help to support the immune system. Bee Pollen is a super food, one of the most natural and complete foods available which includes B complex vitamins, Vitamin C D E K, beta carotene, trace minerals, enzymes, fatty acids, carbohydrates and amino acids. It assists in maintaining healthy circulatory, digestive, immune and nervous systems.

Bee Aware ...

Bee Hive

Did you know that bees gradually learn the direction of flight to collect nectar from the best locations. As they begin to grow and leave the hive they start by flying very short distances and return fairly quickly. Gradually they travel further and further away along learned flight paths.

You can help the bees by observing this. If a bee comes close to you and you begin to panic ... remember that you are in its space, you are in its flight path. Your presence causes it to become confused. Instead of trying to destroy it, all you have to do is move away and then it can resume its labours and continue on its way.

Bees are very necessary to pollinate plant life and each of us can easily help in this way to ensure future harvest of crops and honey for our nourishment.

Hayfever sufferers are advised to use local honey which will have been collected from the wealth of plants growing in your specific area. The honey will give back to your body an element of that which is creating the hayfever problem.

Sound Resonance

Beehive attached along the Monastery roof above the entrance doors.

The natural beehive in the photograph is attached to the roof of a Monastery in India. The Monks never interfere in this natural process and leave the bees to come and go.

Approximately ten natural hives are attached along the Monastery roof above the entrance doors. Bees and Monks co-existing in Harmonic Resonance.

His Holiness the Dalai Lama teaches that the sound 'Om' when chanted is the sound of a thousand bees humming. This sound resonates in the heart and helps us to be compassionate to ourselves and others. 'Om' is referred to as the seed sound..