Patterns of imbalance: Over-intellectualization of reality, especially seeing information as bits and pieces rather than parts of a whole.
The thinking part of the soul functions by dividing phenomena into smaller, more easily understood components. However, if the analytical aspect of the mind holds too great a sway, the consciousness can no longer experience greater wholeness and meaning in its understanding of life. This is an especially powerful tendency in our modern culture, where the thinking and intellectual life is given great prominence and emphasis. Shasta Daisy imparts insight into the broader meanings and larger patterns of mental and emotional experience. –Taken from Flower Essence Repertory by P. Kaminski and R. Katz