PODCAST ~ Flowers and Divination


Hello Wildflowers! 

 


 



On one of my Bike Rides a few weeks ago, I show how to listen to what the flowers have to say by really looking at the wntire moment and place..... 

 


Flower Scrying is probably my favourite form of Flower Divination. 
This hand made clay bowl I have, sits at the entrance of my home now and is used for only this purpose. You can also read flowers by casting them on any body of water, a lake, river edge, even the sea! 

 



 


 


RESOURCES: 

These online dictionaries are a fantastic resource to start your exploration and development of your
own Flower Casting 

*DIVINATION TEA LEAVES SYMBOL ONLINE DICTIONARY 



*TASSEOGRAPHY (COFFEE READING) SYMBOL ONLINE DICTIONARY 



FLOWER DIVINATION TEA
a tea for you and your client to drink before and during a divination session
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*ensure that your ingredient source 
assurses you that these are safe for consumption

1 teaspoon black tea ~ grounding & protection 
2 teaspoons lemon balm ~ for healing and to lift and sad or dark vibration 
1 teaspoon eyebright ~ focuses mental & psychic powers
1 teaspoon mugwort ~  protection and to promote visions
1 teaspoon rose hips ~ to enhance connection with elementals and the divine 

I use a pot, a spoon and a cup ONLY for magical tea creation. 
Steep for 5 minutes. 




SO what happens when you find something and need to steer the course and promote change? 
A SPELL!! A Wildflower Spell....
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I Wish you the most Amazing 2014 my Wildflowers! 

Cheralyn xx 

bunches of love, Cheralyn 🌻
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