Metaphysical Properties Of Lotus Root
Other Names: Baino, Egyptian Lotus
Metaphysical Uses: Abundance, Wealth, Creativity, Moon Magic, Fertility, Protection
Common Magical Uses of Lotus Root
Anyone who breathes the scent of the lotus will receive its protection.
Considered holy by cultures and religions the world over, the lotus flower signifies protection, wealth, fertility, rebirth, and spiritual beauty. Because the lotus "disappears" each night and blooms again each morning, it is a celebrated sign of the life cycle, reincarnation, and enlightenment. Keeping lotus root in your home and including it in your rituals will draw love, strength, and abundance.
In Hinduism, the lotus is often depicted at the feet of Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth, and Saraswati, the goddess of knowledge, making it ideal for use in spells intended to bring fortune, protection, creativity, and clarity. As the lotus rises from the water, it is also suitable for calling water element energy into your sacred space and for use in rituals connected with feminine energy and the moon.
The lotus root embodies all of the powerful, eloquent qualities of the lotus flower. Still, it is particularly ideal for fertility spells, as the seed pockets can represent the female womb. Incorporating lotus root into your rituals can help you open your root chakra, draw love into your life, call forth abundance, generate a more robust connection to the divine feminine, and overcome obstacles. When you find yourself in need of wisdom and strength, keep a lotus root handy and rise from the dirt to bloom into your beauty. All Conjured Saint Lotus Roots are ritually blessed to bring light and love with them, wherever they go.
Burning some Lotus Root while doing meditation may assist in connection with the higher spiritual energies and Deities. Lotus Root can also be used in a tea before performing any meditation or rituals to Deities of Love.