Metaphysical Properties of Jasmine Flower
Official Name: Jasminum grandiflorum
Also Known As: Jessamin, Moonlight on the Grove, Peot's Jessamine, Anbar, Yasmin
Metaphysical Powers: Love, Money, Prophetic Dreams
Folklore and Magickal Uses of Jasmine Flower
- Dried Jasmine flowers are used in sachets and love mixtures
- Jasmine flower attracts spiritual (rather than physical) love.
- When you carry, burn or wear Jasmine flowers, it may attract wealth and money.
- When the Jasmine flower is burned at bedtime in your room, you may have prophetic dreams.
The Jasmine flower is associated with love. Jasmine represents beauty and sensuality. In some cultures, Jasmine represents appreciation and good luck. In religious ceremonies, Jasmine symbolizes purity. Jasmine's meanings depend on the culture and setting.
Jasmine is used to honoring gods and the dead. Jasmine can purify an individual into different life stages, as it is symbolic of hope and spirituality.
Jasmine is a symbol of affection, eternal love, and sensuality across the world. It is an ideal gift for a loved one, especially a partner. The beautiful and delicious smell makes a beautiful gift choice. Jasmine is used in Reiki, an alternative medicine, as a way of sharing love and knowledge.
While Jasmine Flower is known for love, some teachings have taken the use of Jasmine Flower a little farther: Lust. The use of lust comes from the teachings where Jasmine Flower is an aphrodisiac. The rituals and spells for using Jasmine Flower for lust effects are generally performed in a bedroom. Some teachings even say to sprinkle the petals of Jasmine Flower under a lover's pillow to induce an effect of lust.
Jasmine Flower is also used to attract luck and prosperity to a person. The teachings in which Jasmine Flower is used for luck say that carrying a sachet with Jasmine Flower or wearing a charm contianing Jasmine Flower will attract wealth to a person.