There I was on a wild forest walk, realizing that a simple gust of wind changes everything. As I inhaled the perfume, Jacaranda Magick came.
The Jacaranda is the Queen Of Summer
Jacaranda represents wisdom, rebirth, wealth and good luck. Legend says if the flower falls on your head, it means good fortune for you.
The Legend of Jacaranda
According to an Amazon legend, a beautiful bird called Mitu landed atop a Jacaranda tree, bringing a beautiful indigenous priestess with it. The priestess, called Daughter of the Moon, descended from the tree and lived among the villagers. She shared with them her knowledge, wisdom and ethics, showing them the difference between good and evil. After she fulfilled her mission, she returned back to the tree adorned in Jacaranda blooms and ascended to the heavens where she united with her promised one, the Son of the Sun, who had fulfilled a similar mission in another part of the jungle.
For 6 Magic Weeks, Purple Reigns
Jacaranda season is like walking through an impressionist painting.
* Completion of projects
* Focus and Concentration
Like the scattered clusters of flowers on the tree, the Jacaranda essence is for people whose energies are scattered. They are generally creative people who have many ideas that they wish to bring to fruition and tend to have many unfinished projects underway at one time. They begin new projects with great enthusiasm, only to lose interest along the way.
On an inner level there is a tendency to be mistrusting of their ability to produce something to their personal satisfaction. They have an inner agenda of “not good enough”, fearing that their finished products won’t be up to their own standard of satisfaction, let alone that of others.
The Jacaranda essence is for bringing a person to be more centred and trusting of their ability to create something that is to their personal standard of satisfaction. It assists them in holding their attention long enough to complete what they started, to feel confident and more comfortable with whom they are.
Many flowers have their own special meaning and symbolism around the world, so does jacaranda flower. The jacaranda flowers symbolize different things in different cultures, but often represents peace, profoundness, rebirth, wealth and luck. It also has a meaning of melancholy for some, particularly waiting for love in despair and feeling proud even in defeat.