As I started to go around the circle to send energy to each person, I got images of different flowers.
For the first person, I had an image of Sweet Peas. My grandmother (an Artisan) used to grow them so they are very special to me.
Next, I had an image of masses of roses all around her. You all know I love roses.
Next, I had an image of Daffodils. They used to come up through the snow when we lived back East and I planted them in my yard in Washington to know when the winter was over and spring was coming.
Next, I got Hibiscus. I have them on several of my favorite blouses that bring me joy when I wear them.
For myself, I got Jonquil, a flower name I did not recognize as something familiar. [It actually is a variety of Daffodil, which I did not know until I read about them.].
I looked up the spiritual meaning of the flowers at https://www.universeofsymbolism.com and https://www.vancouverflorist.com/jonquil.aspx
Sweet Pea flower
The flower symbolism of the Sweet Pea is provocative innocence and innocent flirtation. The Sweet Pea displays her sensuality, yet is so tender and sweet at the same time. This gives meaning to the mystique of the feminine in her most true fashion. Sweet pea flower is in correspondence to the 3rd eye chakra.
The ever beautiful rose is everlasting beauty and love, layers and layers of new beauty and love waiting to be revealed, it represents the special bond of lovers who are in love. There are many roses with as man meanings, usually the color of the rose gives it its special meaning. Rose flower is attuned to the hear chakra.
The joyful Daffodil flower sings the meaning of the glories of poetry in motion, a jubilation of being alive. The Daffodil flower also symbolizes beginning anew, leaving the past behind. Daffodil blends with the sacral and solar plexus chakras. Numerology for the Daffodil is 8.
The flower symbolism for the Hibiscus flower is to be an outward expression of joy and happiness. It is the dream realized in enjoying every step of the way, seeing beauty and finding a reason to celebrate the simplest of joys. Hibiscus also symbolizes an invitation to vacation far, faraway. Hibiscus flower vibrates to the sacral and heart chakras.
The bright yellow or white is beautiful in its own right, but especially since they signal the arrival of spring. Also known as daffodils and a little less so, as narcissus, these flowers can be used to brighten up a home by placing them into a vase or even as a potted window plant. The meaning of this flower is twofold. One meaning is that of desire and another is domestic bliss as well as friendship. There are several additional meanings for the flower. It all depends on which country’s interpretation you like best. With the name narcissus, the implication is pretty clear. Narcissism seems to have its roots in the beauty of this flower. When you want to make someone happy, a big bouquet of jonquils will surely do that.