The Magic Of Flowers

Get a free psychic reading right now at PsychicAccess.comLike all living things, flowers and plants have unique personalities, wants and needs. Because they don’t speak, it is easy to overlook them. They have auras and have been shown to possess memories.

Anyone thinking of practicing magic should become familiar with a variety of plants and flowers. It is also a good idea to have a few favorites around the house.

Flowers speak to us. There is a good reason celebrations from birth to death, and everything in between, are synonymous with flowers. If you don’t know a Daisy from a Dogwood, here’s a look at some of the more familiar blooms and what they magically  represent:

Every flower is a soul blossoming in nature ~ Gerard de Nerval

Apple Blossom: Long life, fairy magic

Aster: Stars and the heavens, the sign of Virgo

Bluebell: The fairy realm, the battlefield, truth

Cactus Flower: Manifestation of dreams, overcoming adversity

Carnation: Ceremony, capricious love

Cherry Blossom: Feminine mystery, fallen heroes

Chrysanthemum: Protection, symbol of the royal house of Japan

Daffodil: Youthful beauty, rebirth

Daisy: Babies and toddlers, innocence, good luck

Dandelion: Nature’s oracle, perseverance

Gardenia: Peacefulness, friendship

Honeysuckle: Attracting wealth, intuitive powers

Iris: Communication skills, wisdom

Jasmine: Love, psychic powers, prosperity

Lavender: Transformation, healing and soothing

Lilac: Seeing past lives, warding off evil

Flowers have spoken to me more than I can tell in written words.  They are the hieroglyphics of angels, loved by all men for the beauty of their character, though few can decipher even fragments of their meaning ~ Lydia M. Child

Lily: Purity, life and death

Marigold: Prophetic dreams, virgin goddesses

Morning Glory: Banishing unwanted attention

Peach Blossom: Finding true love, fertility

Peony: Protection from evil, mental clarity

Poinsettia: Winter magic

Poppy: The realm of sleep, funerals, moon magic

Primrose: Revelation of truths, used against dishonesty

Rose: Romantic love and passion, the goddess Venus

Sunflower: Sun gods, adoration

Thistle: Protection, recovery from injury or illness

As always, it’s a good idea to consult a well-written book or experienced practitioner if you are just starting out.

Also, if you are venerating particular deities, get to know their sacred plants. However, if you are ingesting any part of the plant as part of your practice, absolutely be sure it is not toxic!

About The Author: Mystic Shelley is a Psychic Medium. She has been reading for over 15 years helping and guiding people. She uses my 8 spirit Guides during her readings. She reads in the area of love, relationships, career, money and all matters of love. She will give you only honest and direct answers. Get a reading with Mystic Shelley now at PsychicAccess.com

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