🌹 FLOWER OF THE DAY
Today, a Flower of the Night!
Chinese Star Jasmine (Trachelospermum jasminoides) will indicate that you may need to review your intentions in order to realise any new opportunities or way of thinking in order to move forward at this time.
Be additionally mindful of the intentions of others around you at the moment.
Magickally, this flower can be used to focus intentions as well as reveal those of other people. Chinese Star Jasmine can also assist those who may not realise the value of their talents and skills or be using them to their best.
bunches of blessings,
Cheralyn xx 🌻
Chinese Star Jasmine is accompanied by the Pygmy Slow Loris from Flowers of the Night Oracle
This is one of the new Rockpool Publishing edition cards.
A herb favoured for the qualities which it's common name indicates (reducer of fevers), Feverfew has been used for various issues, usually of the head and is a modern herbal remedy for migraine. Magickally, carrying the plant on your person is a guard against accidents and viral illnesses.
To give to another indicates a pledge of protection.
bunches of blessings,
IMAGE: Flora Flower, Cheralyn Darcey (2017)
Feverfew: Flore médicale, vol. 4: t. 227, Chaumeton, F.P., (1830)
*information for educational purposes only.
Never take or use any botanical material topically unless under the direct supervision of a registered professional.
Although Jonquil are one of the traditional 'bringers of spring', they actually mean desire and power and also endings, both wanted and otherwise. They assist with the passage of change and are lovely way to indicate that you return the desires of another. Perhaps so you may make way for a little change. ;)
Flora Flower, Cheralyn Darcey
The Florist, A. Heckle (1757)
Select a flower you feel particularly drawn to find guidance and insight into your week ahead by clicking on the link next to that Flower.
You may wish to select a different Flower each morning or just one for the week.
How does Florasphere FlowerScope Work?
I carefully select the Flowers each Sunday evening which I feel connect with the energies of the coming week using the Language of Flowers.
This is based on Traditional Flower Reading and the energies of Nature.
Your selection will indicate which of these energies particularly relate to you and give you support and assistance in navigating the week ahead.
How Can I Connect with My Flower?
There are many ways to connect with your Flowerscope Flower simply thinking about the flower, meditating on it, drawing it, downloading an image to keep beside you, growing it and creating flower essences and botanical products to use as well. Hold your flower close all week to tap into the Natural Energies and gets of support and insight.
bunches of love,
Cheralyn ❀ xx
FLOWER OF THE DAY
Will Assist You In:
Deeper understanding and mastery of energies connected with intuition. Have a gut feeling about something but often feel unsure? Sea Moonflower brings clarity through it's balancing of emotion and thought.
Language of Flowers Oracle:
Listen to your dreams, messages and visions. Sea Moonflower will often come up when we are ignoring or misinterpreting what we know at a base level to be true.
Also know as Morning Glory, they grow just about anywhere and pref a full sun position and access to lots of water. They can be choking weed to our waterways and native plants so please plant (if at all) with extreme care.
bunches of blessings,
Cheralyn xx 🌹
PS, you are always welcome to download/share online my flowers
card from the soon to be released Flowers of the Night Oracle , written and illustrated by Cheralyn Darcey, Botanical Author, Artist & Flower Reader 'Sea Moonflower ~ Clarity'
artwork: ' Sea Moonflower and Deathshead Moth' linoprint and watercolour on paper 2016 Cheralyn Darcey
Will Assist You In ~
Remaining optimistic, obtaining a victory, in being successful in a hard or long drawn out issue of conflict and most importantly will offer you ways to increase your personal vitality.
The Language of Flowers Oracle ~
Success is indicated as it a boost in resources. You are being warned to watch over your personal energy because although there is almost an abundance of it, you could waste it or let others zap too much from you.
Gardening Notes ~
Oh so easy to grow and can actually take over if you are not careful. they will self~seed everywhere! Most types are edible and make a very yummy peppery addition especially in summer salads when they are at their peek.
My photo here shows Nasturtium growing wild along the shore of the Lake near my home last night. I would not advise eating any found like this as councils do spray with pesticides.
They don't like frost or very cold areas but will tolerant shade exceptionally well. Best results are in well draining sunny positions.
Botanical History & Traditions ~
Originating in Peru, the Incas referred to Nasturtium as 'Golden Nuggets' due to their role in an almost Indiana Jones style legend of stolen gold, mountain chases, a vengeful God and a good man protecting what was right. Along the way Nature stepped in and disguised hidden gold as bright yellow Nasturtiums so it wouldn't be taken by Spanish Conquistadors and so it was eventually returned to the Incas.
The name 'nasturtium' translates from Latin as 'twisted nose' referring to it's rather strong and perhaps not so nice scent.
Now this is one tradition I personally practice ~ plant three red nasturtiums (some traditions call for black) to ensure protection unwanted visitors do not set foot in your home. I once lived in an apartment without a garden and had three small hanging baskets of bright red nasturtiums at my doorway, perfect!