I got given a gift of Blue Iris bulbs on Easter Sunday and when I got home I quickly looked up Iris in my Flower Therapy book by Doreen Virtue to see what its about. I have planted these bulbs and it will be wonderful to see them grow and flower !!! This flower is connected to the Greek Goddess Iris and the Rainbow !!! In my Mythic Tarot Deck I have had for years and years this is the Temperance Card with the Iris flower a rainbow and Iris the Greek Goddess.. So looking up this cards meaning is also part of this message for you in your life right now.....
I trusted if I got given this flower then it was a healing gift for me now and connected to my working with the Flower Therapy book and card deck recently. And the first thing I read is another name for it is Fleur~de~lys ...... which is a ho'oponopono cleaning tool !!!! Amazingly some other ho'oponopono cleaning buddies had Blue Iris pop up for them too so it wasn't just for me and I got inspired to share this experience online also and I realise its for us all who resonate with this healing flower !!!
Iris is beneficial for detoxing physically from addictions and from old emotions and negativity. It helps to recharge and vitalize your whole body. Iris can help to release aches and pains no matter how long you've had them. It brings comfort and support while you gently detox and let go of foods habits addictions that no longer serve you. Afterwards you will feel full of energy vitality and a new lease on life. You may find you can do things that you haven't done for a while.
You can connect to Iris via a photo of this flower or by having the flower or plant around your home..Sit with it and drink in its essence each day.
The message I have in my Flower Prophesy Book by Patricia a Clairvoyant in Melbourne is:
Seek new ways and new paths to accomplish your long term dreams. You will rise above any difficult conditions which surround you now. There will be many friends and deep long lasting relationships when you draw the flower card Iris, and this often indicates widespread recogniton of your work.
Iris - Keeper of the Rainbow
Throughout the ages, the rainbow has been the symbol of hope, a promise of better things to come. The ancient Greeks personified the rainbow as the goddess Iris, the favourite handmaiden and messenger of Hera, the queen of the heavenly court of Olympus. Carried by her shimmering wings, Iris travels so swiftly that mortals can see only the trail of her rainbow-coloured passage across the sky.