More Than Charms Flowers


"The earth laughs in flowers." - Ralph Waldo Emerson.

Vibrant blooms, diverse colors, and captivating fragrances come together to embody the Earth's laughter, creating a poetic tapestry of life in the language of flowers.


  • Mindful Interaction: Engage in mindful interactions with flowers by gently touching their petals, inhaling their fragrance, and noticing their colors and textures.
  • Create a Flower Garden: Cultivate a flower garden or grow potted flowers at home to establish a deeper connection with these natural beauties.
  • Offerings and Rituals: Use flowers as offerings in rituals or ceremonies to honor spiritual entities, express gratitude, or set intentions.
  • Medicinal and Aromatic Uses: Explore the medicinal and aromatic properties of flowers by incorporating them into teas, baths, or aromatherapy practices for healing and relaxation.
  • Flower Essences: Work with flower essences, which are infusions made from the energetic imprint of flowers, to support emotional healing, spiritual growth, and vibrational alignment.
  • Artistic Expression: Express your connection with flowers through artistic endeavors such as painting, drawing, or photography, allowing creativity to flow freely.
  • Symbolic Meaning: Learn about the symbolic meanings associated with different types of flowers across cultures and traditions to deepen your understanding and connection.
  • Nature Walks: Take nature walks in areas abundant with flowers to immerse yourself in their presence and connect with their energy in a natural setting.
  • Intentional Communication: Practice intentional communication with flowers through meditation, visualization, or intuitive listening, allowing for a deeper exchange of energy and insight.


  • Green Aventurine: Linked to the heart chakra, promotes harmony with nature.
  • Rose Quartz: Known as the "stone of love," fosters a deeper connection with the beauty of flowers.
  • Clear Quartz: Amplifies energy and intention, enhancing a connection with flower energy.
  • Fluorite: Associated with clarity and balance, may help attune to nature's energies.
  • Moss Agate: Enhances a connection with the plant kingdom, promotes grounding.
  • Citrine: Uplifting energy, fosters a connection with the vibrant energy of flowers.

Essential Oils

  • Flower essential oils are concentrated extracts from plant flowers.
  • Examples include lavender (stress relief), rose (romance, skincare), chamomile (relaxation), jasmine (mood enhancement), and ylang-ylang (relaxation, aphrodisiac).
  • Other options: geranium (balance), neroli (calming), clary sage (hormonal balance, relaxation).
  • Uses include aromatherapy, skincare, and emotional well-being.
  • Caution: Dilute properly, perform patch tests, and seek professional advice when necessary.

Top 10 Plants, Flowers and Essences

  • Rose: Symbolizes love and passion, representing spiritual, romantic, and divine love.
  • Lily: Associated with purity and virtue, symbolizing the transience of life and the divine feminine.
  • Lotus: Signifies purity and enlightenment, representing spiritual awakening and growth.
  • Daisy: Symbolizes innocence and purity, representing simplicity and new beginnings.
  • Sunflower: Represents adoration and loyalty, symbolizing spiritual faith and growth.
  • Tulip: Associated with perfect love, symbolizing elegance, grace, and spiritual awareness.
  • Orchid: Represents beauty, strength, and love, symbolizing refinement and spiritual growth.
  • Jasmine: Symbolizes purity and grace, representing spirituality, love, and sensuality.
  • Cherry Blossom: Represents the transient nature of life, symbolizing beauty, renewal, and the fleeting nature of time.
  • Carnation: Represents love and fascination, with different colors conveying various spiritual meanings (e.g., red for love, white for purity).

Spiritual Icons

  • Altar Arrangement: Create a dedicated altar space adorned with fresh flowers to honor their spiritual significance and invite their energy into your sacred space.
  • Flower Mandala: Arrange flowers in a mandala pattern, symbolizing unity, balance, and interconnectedness with the natural world, for meditation and reflection.
  • Flower Oracle Cards: Work with oracle cards featuring images of flowers to receive guidance, inspiration, and messages from the spiritual realm connected to the energy of flowers.
  • Flower Essence Bottles: Display bottles of flower essences on your altar or sacred space, serving as reminders of the healing and transformative properties of flowers on a vibrational level.
  • Floral Deities or Spirits: Create artwork or sculptures depicting floral deities or spirits from various cultural traditions, honoring their sacred presence and wisdom within the realm of flowers.
  • Flower Spirit Medicine Wheel: Construct a medicine wheel using different types of flowers to represent the four cardinal directions, seasons, elements, and aspects of spiritual growth and healing.
  • Flower Spirit Guide Imagery: Visualize or work with imagery of flower spirit guides during meditation or shamanic journeying to receive wisdom, guidance, and support from the spirit realm.
  • Flower Devotional Offerings: Offer prayers, chants, or rituals to honor and connect with the spirits of flowers, expressing gratitude for their beauty, fragrance, and healing properties.
  • Flower Essences in Rituals: Incorporate flower essences into rituals, ceremonies, or energy work to amplify intentions, cleanse energetic spaces, and enhance spiritual connection with the natural world.
  • Floral Mandalas in Nature: Create temporary floral mandalas in natural settings such as forests, meadows, or gardens, as offerings to nature spirits and expressions of reverence for the earth's beauty and abundance.