Different flowers usually have separate meanings – flower symbolism is broadly characterized by two essentially different considerations – essence and shape.. By its nature it speaks of transition – the process or period of changing from one state or condition to another. We anticipate their beauty, we appreciate their fragrance, marvel at their delicate petals and intricate throats, veins and petals. We even share the beauty and pleasure they give with those we love and use them to express our love and feelings. when as Nature does, they fade and pass on, we treasure the time spent, the memory of the moment, and we move on, happy with the shared moment tucked away in our hearts. Yellow in symbolism when it comes to flowers, usually represents the sun/sunshine – it is very yang. (I Ching) Egyptians would put flowers on a table as a reminder of the realities of death, and the joys and pleasures in life. The painter of this picture, used a blue that speaks to me of the heavens. Blue the colour of rarefied atmosphere, clear blue skies.. In symbolism, blue often represents “thinking’ (thoughts)………..
Today’s PL lesson is about becoming a better person. If we are content with the status quo, our progress will stop, we are encouraged to always look for ways to improve and become more in tune with the Universe. To continue our journey in life, moving forward. Praying every day that our journey will bring us closer to a Divine State of Being.… one step at a time, mindful of the present….. let love in…. let love motivate your actions, and your thoughts. Allow love to colour your world today. May the blessings from above rain down like a cleansing and refreshing spring shower to feed your soul….That the flower that is you, will be nourished and grow stronger this day……. so your beauty will shine for all the world to see. Love is to be shared, not squandered ………S M I L E …… Oyashikiri
Photos – Pinterest, bottom photo was taken at Big Sur, CA. by photographer, Creg Clure.