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Chakra Energy Flow and Flowers

Chakra Energy Flow and Flowers

Chakra is defined as a life force that moves through the body. There are seven chakras in the human body and each one responds to a different color. The flower color you are drawn to will promote good energy flow within your body. If you feel blocked in your emotions, energy, creativity, or health, placing the right color of flowers in a place where you will see them often will help unblock the energy and bring about wholeness and healing. The simplest way to enhance the chakra energy is by using flowers. Discover how to unblock the chakra energy flow in your body with the right floral color. Red Flowers [caption id="attachment_1483" align="alignnone" width="1009"] Processed with VSCO with au1 preset[/caption] Red is the most...

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White Flowers: 11 Types and Meaning

White Flowers

White flowers are among the most versatile flowers and can be used in pretty much any flower arrangement. They are especially useful in flower bouquets as their white color pops against a canvas of lush green scenery. Known for adding touches of tranquillity to your everyday environment, white flowers represent reverence, humility, love, purity, and innocence. For this post, we selected our top 11 white flowers.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Flowers + Flowers Photography (@mylifeinblossom) Jasmine Jasmine is a delicate and fragrant flower. It is used in many perfumes due to its incredibly wonderful smell. Jasmine often symbolizes beauty, love, and sensuality, so it's a perfect flower to give to your sweetie. Megan Markle used Jasmin in her bridal bouquet when she...

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Red Roses: Meaning and Symbolism

Red roses

An iconic flower around the world, the red rose never wains in popularity. Thousands of years ago, it became the universal symbol of love, and today, it still holds that honor. Red, the color of passion, combined with the beauty and fragrance of the blooms, creates the perfect flower to represent all things of the heart. Symbol of Love Red roses appear in many cultures as a symbol of love and devotion. Their intense color, sweet scent, and shocking ability to inflict pain clearly illustrate all matters of the heart. Red roses, just like love, bring joy, bliss, happiness, and all too often, a sharp stinging ache. [embed]https://www.instagram.com/p/CAazqJYlXW2/[/embed]   In Greek and Roman mythology, the goddess of flowers, Chloris, created the rose from the body...

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Red Flowers: 11 Types and What They Mean

Red Flowers

As the number one flower-giving holiday approaches, knowing what different types of red flowers mean will be beneficial when you go to the florist shop. Valentine’s Day is all about love, hearts, and red flowers. But each red flower carries a unique meaning. To convey the right sentiment to the floral recipient on Valentine’s Day or any other flower-giving occasion you will need to know the meaning of red flowers. Read on to discover 11 types of popular red flowers and what they mean. Amaryllis [embed]https://www.instagram.com/p/CJxKtPRDq-Q/[/embed] This red flower was named after a Greek maiden and red amaryllis represents determination, pride, and beauty. Receiving these red flowers convey the message of passion, attraction, and  developing love. Amaryllis are tall and sturdy height so they also...

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Pink Flowers: 12 best flowers + Pictures

Pink is the color of love and compassion and when combined with flowers, it symbolises friendship, affection, harmony and inner piece. When you choose to gift someone pink flowers, you can never go wrong. The meaning of  universal love for oneself or others makes this color the perfect choice for a multitude of situations and life events. The range of hues in nature is varied. From blush pink to magenta, there is a shade for every occasion. Pink flowers are also a very pretty choice for any wedding bouquets. I chose classic pink roses for my wedding day, look how pretty my wedding bouquet was: Pink is a very versatile color which is sometimes considered a neutral color. However, the selection of...

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Purple Flowers: best types of flowering plants with pictures

Purple Flower

Purple and green make an excellent color combination and the color combo reduces stress. Bold and royal shades of purple mixed in with other bloom colors create striking contrast in the flower garden. There are many different purple flowers to choose from with bloom hues that range from pale lilac to deep violet. The sizes also range from a few inches tall to vines that can span 30-feet in length when mature. Check out some of these purple flower varieties and their growing habits so you can select some that are just right for your landscape. Alliums (Allium giganteum) Alliums are also known as blooming onions and make a perfect bridge flower to help keep things blooming with purple color from early spring through...

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Yellow Flowers: 18 types and What They Mean

Yellow Flowers

Many of us have fond memories of the small yellow blooms of dandelions that sprouted on the lawns every spring. Dandelions were probably the first yellow flower we were introduced to as a child and the plant may find a place in our lawns, memories, and kitchen pantry after we became adults. Dandelion is a yellow flower with multiple meanings - like hope, wish for dreams to come true, and a floral gift given to a loved one as a promise of faithfulness. The entire plant is also edible and used for herbal remedies. To say the right thing, all you have to do is give the right flower. Here 18 other yellow flowers and what they mean so you can give...

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Orange Flowers: 19 Types and Pictures

Orange Roses

Vitalizing and visually stimulating, orange flowers bring cheerful energy to the garden. The color palette of orange flowers is diverse, from bright, bold snapdragons to gentle, flushed Frangipani. Orange flowers captivate with their bursts of color. They add depth and allure to the garden landscape, creating focal points, and charisma. These are the most popular orange flowers in gardens today: Snapdragon (Antirrhinum) Snapdragon is a graceful flower that represents growth. This tall flower is the right choice if you need something that stands out. Use snapdragons in events where someone is turning a new page in their life or embarking on anew, exciting journey. [embed]https://www.instagram.com/p/BV7_P15AhWs/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link[/embed] Pot Marigold Pot Marigolds originate from  Northern Mediterranean countries and represent sunshine and fire.  Marigold petals are a delicious and appealing...

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