You guys know how much I love Lotus Wei, right? Well, Katie Hess, the dynamo behind all of that flower power, just released a new book, and it simply shouldn’t be missed. So fun and informative – all about flowers and what your personal preferences reveal about you.
Giving me a chance to check it out for myself, the team from Lotus Wei sent me photos of 48 flowers and asked me to choose the image that spoke to me most. The first one that jumped out at me was this beauty.
Yes, a peony. Well, here’s what I learned.
Message: Attract abundance
The Peony Flower grows up as round little buds that secrete a sweet nectar, attracting ants – before they bloom into huge, exquisite blossoms. If you’re drawn to the Peony flower, you may be overextending yourself or overworking. In the process of making big goals happen, sometimes you may push too hard when a softer approach might be more effective.
I received a Peony elixir from the team, which tastes lovely, like honey. The elixir is said to enhance your magnetism, so you attract both people and opportunities. It inspires a feeling of loveliness, abundance, and catalyzes an experience of profound gratitude for the beauty of life. It also dissolves shame, embarrassment, shyness, and the habit of overextending. (Yeah, I need help with that last one.) I’m super interested in checking out some of the other flower elixirs as well!
In Katie’s book, you will learn about the transformative power of flower elixirs: how they remove the everyday static of life created by electronics, lack of nature time, stress + other energy-draining influences that we can’t see.
Flowers can inspire joy and confidence, calm and ground us, and get us moving in the right direction, and Katie’s book is full chock full of reflections, exercises, projects, and general goodness.
Right now, Katie’s offering up the first two chapters as a sneak peek, plus gorgeous digital flower wallpapers so you can experience their visual healing powers on your phone or desktop. You can get the free chapters & floral wallpapers here.
To read more about flower power, including thoughts by my girl Laura, check her post out!