I’ve always loved being aware of how the Universe of Love supports us.
One way that is magical and mystical is the phenomenon of SYNCHRONICITY.
Synchronicity partly works on the Law of Attraction and partly on the principle of Divine Mystery.
Our Angels, Guides and High Selves love to surprise us with the joy of SERENDIPITY, SYNERGY, SYNCHRONICITY, sacred SPIRAL and Sunflowers.
When I saw the Sunflowers and bees and heard the Meadow Larks in the short video above I felt the joy, and bridge of love light, that I wanted to share with you.
There are at least 60 varieties of sunflowers. They are a wildflower but do really well being cultivated.
THE SERENDIPITY happened when I was looking for a book on Amazon the same day I saw the video and the amazing book below, Basilius Besler’s Florilegium: The Book of Plants: The Book of Plants – the Complete Plates, showed up with a drawing of a sunflower. The book is now on my wish list. It’s from the 1600s about an amazing garden in Germany that no longer exists, but the beautiful rendered drawings document it.
I then thought, “Wow, I wonder what the Sunflower essence would help us with,” and looked it up in A Guide to Green Hope Farm Flower Essences. This account below tells of their 2001 Venus Garden. My favorite.
My friend Deborah and I had just this week been talking about the idea that spiritual growth is a sacred spiral and this Sunflower Essence helps us with that.
“Sunflower, the one to have when you need to live like a super hero; a personal reminder of our divinity. Also, Sunflower Spiral (the way they were planted in the Venus Garden) Helps us feel grounded in our Divine light. Helps us to know who is there to support us and know whom we are there to support.
“Renews and encourages us when the going gets tough.”
The SYNERGY comes in when we eat them.
Sunflower seeds are filled with nutrition, vitamins, minerals and healthy fats. Birds love them, and the sunflower seeds in commercial bird feeds fall to the ground and often result in a surprise flower.
The chart below shows the nutrients that we often don’t find in our usual diet.
These little seeds are often forgotten on my grocery list, though now they will be at the top of it.
4 thoughts on “Sunflowers”
Happy shining faces of the sunflowers and they are a child’s dream of summer
Dear Janette, Wonderful. I’m always happy with your positive comments that add to the “conversation”. Thank you. Blessings, Nina
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Love has Won Flowers always make me happy
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