flowers. Saturday , September 02nd , 2017 - 00:14:09 AM
❀ Blue rose has been a fragmentation of the wishful, imaginative and free pieces of mind. Its quest has been going on for centuries, and several florists are still on with their endeavor. In some cultures, the blue rose is analogized to the Holy Grail (chalice used by Christ at the Last Supper) thus, is considered as the same in the world of roses.
The meanings of the white rose in myths and legends are aplenty. According to Greek mythology, all roses were originally white in color. It then magically developed in other colors, tones, and hues. When Aphrodite, the Goddess of Love and Beauty, was pricked by its thorn, her blooded dripped on the white petals, turning them red. When a beautiful maid kissed it lovingly, it blushed, and turned pink. Hence, these myths and legends point towards the loss of innocence. As a result, this white variety stands for innocence and purity.
Carefully tip your jar over to an upside down position briefly, before turning it upright again. Place this in a cool, dry area for about 10 days (every 2nd day just shake the contents of the jar), to allow the petals to saturate the essence of the ingredients within the jar. Place these in a nice bowl on your bedside table or on the center table in the living room or even on the dining table. Imagine waking up to the smell of roses - it is quite calming to the senses and can de-stress you through a couple of whiffs.
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