Flower Power — 6 Ways This Amazing Flower Could Help Even Your Sex Life
“Flowers always make people better, happier, and more helpful; they are sunshine, food and medicine for the soul.” ~ Luther Burbank
We’re all captivated by the beauty, aroma, intricate workings, sacred geometry, fragility, texture and vast array of colour that flowers provide.
Flowers, like music, can transport us beyond the reach of words. Ergo, they have strong spiritual connotations. Flowers can be seen as natures ever-evolving little prayers, the enlightenment of plants or our instant communion with the divine.
A good friend of mine was drawn recently to the hibiscus and forwarded me some very interesting information about this specific flower that I wanted to share with you all today.
The Comeback of Female Sexual Energy
“Hibiscus is symbolic of femininity, sexuality and warmth, and new creation. It reminds us of the joy, happiness, and overall the blessing of welcoming a new life into this world.” ~
Spiritual Meanings of Flowers: An Alphabetical Guide
The Hibiscus is known to help women to reclaim their sexuality, vitality and authenticity and has aided many women who have been sexually traumatized (through the use of Hibiscus essence).
It also helps women to overcome all that stereotypical, degrading imagery that the media pumps out at us which leads us to feeling a combination of inadequacy, shame, belittlement and a sense of being objectified.
Hibiscus essence also helps to promote a steady flow of loving kindness throughout the body and soul — an important trait of the feminine aspect of sexuality.
“Red Hibiscus, I greet your flame,
Hi’iaka, I call your name,
Teach me your sacred song and dance.
My soul full of passion, you enhance.”
Men, You Can Get Your Groove on Too!
Gents, I haven’t forgotten you — the Hibiscus’s essence can also help you out in the sexual department as it energizes the first and second chakra — meaning that it will ground you, make you feel safe and it will balance your desire towards sex and relationship.
Conjuring Imagery of Penises and Vaginas
Oh, I do love to sensationalize my headlines (naughty, naughty!). I just had to add before I conclude this article, that when I think of the Hibiscus I immediately conjure up both male and female genitals in my mental imagery.
The stamen looks like a penis and the flower petals are symbolic of the vagina — what a perfect balance of the sexes in this amazing flower?!
It reminds me of that highly charged animated scene from Pink Floyd’s ‘The Wall‘ video, when those two flowers are mating. If you haven’t seen it or can’t cast your mind back that far, I have found the clip on YouTube for you to watch (aren’t I a kind aunty?)
The 6 Properties of Hibiscus Essence
The Hibiscus essence, in a nutshell, serves to:
- Energize first and second chakras
- Assist in healing reproductive ailments/infertility
- Helps with frigidity or lack of feeling
- Offer solace for long-held scars of sexual trauma
- Stimulates sexuality and passion
- Helps to release creativity within the internal divine matrix (the womb)
Of course, one can’t discount the sexual appeal of red silk sheets in the bedroom!
“God writes the Gospel not in the Bible alone, but also on trees, and in the flowers and clouds and stars.” ~ Martin Luther
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