Pink Echinacea, also known as coneflower, represents inner strength during trying times. Plant it around your home to invite in prosperity and provide protection to your property. This herb was used extensively by Native American tribes, especially the Plains Indians.
This original photographic art piece by nature spirit photographer Atala Toy is pigment on paper – available as a 5×7 card with envelope.
Flower spirits are part of the Green Kingdom, which is also home to devas, fairies, brownies, gnomes, elves, and other beings. They serve many functions – some spirits help with fragrance, others help them grow. Flower elves and gnomes help to create the color of the flowers, while field faeries and elves help the devas tend to their flower homes.
For every one flower, there is a flower spirit which embodies the essence of that flower. When you learn to connect to the flower spirit being, you begin to unlock not only the energies of the flower, but also the beings who live in the same dimension as the flower.
The fragrance, color, and the energy of the flower spirits energize any space that they occupy. They speak to us often, but often we do not hear them because we are not talk they can communicate. How can you attune to their energy? Learn more about the flower itself – the color, the shape it takes, what time of year it blooms, all of these things help you to get more in tune with the flower and the Green Kingdom helpers.