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Daisy Suncatcher Boho Chic Mandala Sacred Geometry New Age Kaleidoscope Unique Gift For Her Zen Reflections Of A Virtuous Love

Daisy Suncatcher Boho Chic Mandala Sacred Geometry New Age Kaleidoscope Unique Gift For Her Zen Reflections Of A Virtuous Love
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Suncatcher adorned with my white daisy, pansy & purple lilac boho chic mandala new age sacred geometry hippie kaleidoscope design titled Reflections Of A Virtuous Love.

This stunning daisy glass suncatcher illuminates my kaleidoscope design when light shines through it! It is 3 - ½ inches in diameter and has a beveled edge. This daisy suncatcher comes with a ribbon, suction cup and white gift box.

Reflections of the Virtue of Love- The flower symbolism associated with the daisy is purity, innocence, loyal love, beauty, patience and simplicity and new beginnings. Pansy’s symbolize merriment, thoughtfulness, remembrance and love. The pansy is also considered a flower of remembrance, togetherness and union. Pansies help evoke fond memories of our loved ones. It is believed if a pansy is placed over someone’s eyes while sleeping, upon waking that person will fall in love with the first person to appear. Purple lilacs symbolize the first emotions of love. Symmetry is another manifestation of the balance of Yin and Yang, of the unimpeded flow of ch'i

The word daisy comes from the Old English word dægeseage, meaning "day's eye". The daisy was thus named because at night the petals close over the yellow center and during the day they re-open or “awaken”. This is how the fun saying “as fresh as a daisy” was created; it infers that someone had a restful sleep.

There is a Celtic Legend about the death of an infant. God sprinkled daisies all over the world when an infant passed to ease the parents suffering and to cheer them up.

The daisy is the sacred flower of the Norse Goddess of love, beauty and fertility, Freya. The daisy embodies childbirth, motherhood and new beginnings.

The daisy is actually two flowers in one, called a composite flower. The yellow center is called the disc floret and the outer petals are the ray floret. Because they are actually two flower in one, blending it such beautiful harmony the also symbolize true love!
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