Daisy Symbolisim

The name daisy came from an Old English word “dægeseage” which meant “day’s eye” because the flower would only open their petals during the day and close with the sunset, making this is a strong solar symbol that relates to joy, positivity, life energy, light, honesty, warmth, and eternity.

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Daisies symbolise innocence and purity. This stems from an old Celtic legend. … In Norse mythology, the daisy is Freya’s sacred flower. Freya is the goddess of love, beauty, and fertility, and as such the daisy came by symbolise childbirth, motherhood, and new beginnings..

Meaning of a Daisy

Flowers have a specific meaning and symbolism behind them that is a result of many years of cultural influences from around the world. It is said that these gentle flowers represent true love and soulmates.

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Daisy flowers represent innocence and they are usually linked to children or newborns. These flowers were often used in flower arrangements as gifts for children and their parents. This flower symbolises innocence because it is also a symbol of new beginning and we all know and we all hope for a better future for our children. So f you are looking for a perfect gift for someone who just had a baby, then look no further because anything with daisies in it is going to be the perfect gift.

The daisy flower is a symbol of a new beginning and it is a perfect gift for someone who is on the verge of a breakthrough in his life and is ready to make a big step towards the future. This flower can be a great gift for someone who just moved into a new home.

Daisies represent a new dawn and the start of something amazing and new. They close their petals each night and open them up every morning, which can also be a symbol for a new beginning in life.

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It is impossible to look at a daisy without thinking back to childhood. I am sure we all made daisy chains? and have innocently picked a daisy saying “he loves me, he loves me not” and of course the last petal picked gave you your answer.

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Maybe it is where the inspiration for the song Daisy, Daisy, give me your answer do!” came from? When our little Grandson was a baby for some reason he loved that song singing these words was the only thing that would settle him (think he is an old soul for sure) ….
Daisy Daisy,
Give me your answer do!
I’m half crazy,
All for the love of you!
It won’t be a stylish marriage,
I can’t afford a carriage,
But you’ll look sweet on the seat
Of a bicycle built for two !

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The Colour Meaning of a Daisy

The primary colour of a daisy is white with a bright yellow centre. This is a lovely combination symbolically…the yellow heart of the Daisy’s spirit fills with joy and solar energy. It stimulates thinking and supports honesty and loyalty. Around its yellow core are the Daisy’s white petals which shine with the light of goodness, faith, pureness and clarity. My Mum used to say that Daisies were ‘messengers for angels” and since angels are often depicted in these colours of white with golden haloes, that is maybe how this flower got its connection to the Etheric realms.

Herbal Medicine and Folklore

They were often used in folk medicine. The flower heads were stepped for treating colds and some healers recommend them for kidney problems and arthritis pain. Daisy tea improves the metabolic and digestive system, but it has a diuretic effect so don’t drink it at bedtime!!

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Of course Chamomile is part of the daisy family and has a long history (since ancient Egypt) as a medicinal plant. Chamomile tea is often used for a calming effect encouraging sleep, as an anti-inflammatory, and for stomach problems. It is the flowers (usually dried) that are used. They should be steeped at very close to boiling, covered to prevent escape of volatile oils, and then crushed before straining. German Chamomile, native to Europe and Asia and introduced to North America and Australia, is the species most used for tea.

Farming Lore says Spring does not arrive until you set foot on a dozen daisies!

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Daisies in your dreams represent innocence, beauty, and friendship.

Dreaming of summer daisies is a sign of good fortune, a sign of abundance and prosperity.

Placing them under your pillow would bring dreams of love.

It is said that walking through a field of daisies means your life is full of happiness.

Daisy Crystal Healing Creations

Below are a couple of examples of Mystical Messengers Crystal Healing creations using daisies and crystals designs that are available on our website.

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