Beloved Flower Lover,
Looking at pumpkins, dry leaves, dead people, ancestors, fixing our designs with sometimes unsustainable glues and more got us talking about about exposing old errors and breaking down limiting beliefs linked to October 31st.
Our designs comes from our awareness of art and what we are communicating and perhaps today it is a time for us to re consider more deeply why it is important to examine our different floral concepts and designs. What are we out picturing? What is the image that we set outside into the world and where does that image stem from? Especially, the ones you may not expect to see because they seem to be in opposition with happy images. Lets us share our thoughts on why it is worth considering.
Anything that overcomes obstacles to unification is what we tend to focus on as good. Yet we are always reminded about that what separates us, and at least in your geographic space as nature changes, we notice opposites. The opposite of that which to some we would be deemed positive. Or if negative, the opposite of it. This is clearly a relative topic, so we are exploring it at its heart, and we can see that it is about separating that which was whole.
This leads us to think about opposition. We think about an adversary, who is, or which is an opponent, or something or someone in conflict. As you know opposition can only be relative to something. Therefore, oneness is unity and the adversarial, oppositional, principle, or that what causes division, duality, or separation is also something to be fully aware of rather than to fear.
We think about, fixation as opposed to freedom, separation, as opposed to unity concreteness as opposed to abstract or intangible. And when we add emotions to it, then it becomes a motivator. Fear, or Love which one? Sometimes fear is attached to natural things like opposition. Even though the nights are getting longer, it is not necessarily a time to become more fearful. In fact, this time of year, we can be reminded of anything which departs from the aim of unification is simply opposition but does not need to be feared. Simply understood. Yes, we say that good is that which realizes unification or overcomes obstacles to unification and we may want to say no, to anything that is about the principle of negation, concreteness (physicality), fixation, separation (duality), and opposition because separation is an end of unity. Yet if we focus on negating the negation, we become something that we do not want.
We invite you to think deeply about what we are sharing here, even be in gratitude to opposites and how they help us to learn how to harness our lives and then see how you approach what is coming up. No flower can grow without the decay process. No garden can grow without weeds. Our role is to be aware of opposites, duality, and to flow as we adapt, adjust and make changes to each changing season, recognising what is in opposition with each and how to allocate our resources to manage and direct. We trust you find this deeper approach to consider nature, flowers, useful and practical. We have so much more to share.
All that is inside of us is being projected outside of us to symbolize who we are being at our vibrational essence. With this in mind, we invite you to think about the beauty of flowers, especially if you are going though challenges. This may help especially if some of us have never had a need to accept responsibility for our lives e.g. in in relationships, we could blame. Imagine, that the universe may be a friendly place and that it works in our favour. Imagine how we will empower ourselves and allow ourselves to live free of the constant anxiety. It is not to say that we will not ever have any fears. That is part of living within duality in the universe. But we do not have to fear opposition. Its normal.
Our hope is that you, we can be live with this awareness and knowledge and that this will begin to help you, we, us to change the outlook to one that facilitates happiness and living from a positive perspective. We invite you to use flowers in your life as symbol of that growing awareness and change.
The London Flower Lover