Natural Jasmine Flower
Jasmine is a popular flower associated with love and romance. Its showy white blooms and heavenly fragrance are ideal for moon gardens where lovers spend time whispering sweet nothings under the stars. As a cut flower, it fills the home with a relaxing scent perfect for drifting off to sleep. Some gardeners prefer to plant jasmine outside the bedroom window to allow its fragrance to drift in on the night air.
- The jasmine flower is associated with love.
- Jasmine also symbolizes beauty and sensuality.
- In some cultures, Jasmine represents appreciation and good luck.
- When used in religious ceremonies jasmine represents purity.
- Jasmine’s meanings varies depending on the culture and setting.
Jasmine is considered one of the most powerful flowers used in spell work and magic. The word Jasmine comes from the Persian word ‘yasmin’, meaning gift from God. The national flower of Pakistan, this fragrant blossom is known for its bright white petals. The sensuous scent of the Jasmine flower is highly recognizable and very popular among perfumers. There are many ways to incorporate Jasmine into your rituals and spells.Jasmine is also used by conjure practitioners to charge their crystals. The ambient energy that is intrinsic to all crystals can be amplified through charging.
The jasmine flower’s message is mysteriously complex and means different things in different settings. Its pristine beauty and heady fragrance speaks of love and evokes positive feelings. Whether you choose to grow jasmine in the garden, or prefer a long bath infused with the fragrance of jasmine, its scent will renew the spirit and leave you feeling warm and sensual.