In extracts of the video below, the master Omraam Mikhael Aivanhov speaks of how a single rose, or even a petal can lead us on the path of true love- a love that is pure, subtle and luminous. By gazing at a rose we are linked to the Sephira Netzach on the Kabbalistic Tree of Life, a spiritual region of love, tenderness and beauty, associated with the planet Venus.
The video is composed of several Daily Meditations on the theme of roses- This is one of them:
According to one tradition, roses are entities, which come from the planet Venus and have agreed to incarnate on earth to help humans. But who is aware of the mission that roses have? People make use of them to decorate gardens and apartments, to attract a man or seduce a woman, when, in fact, the rose is there to reveal to us the path of true love. That is the rose’s role and message. If the rose is considered the queen of flowers, it is because it teaches us true love, love that does not confine, love that sets free. The day humans understand the sacrifice it has made in coming among them and are willing to receive its message, maybe they will become like it: wherever they go, they will fill the atmosphere with a delightful fragrance.
We see roses everywhere, and we give them as gifts, but what is their true significance? Once they have been placed in a vase, we barely notice them or their fragrance when we pass them. However a rose becomes more alive if we look at it with an enlightened consciousness; a contact is established, and you sense that a splendid being lives in this flower and that it speaks to you.
Some will say that it is not possible, that we only read this kind of thing in fairy tales. They will never hear the voice of flowers. In fact there are different ways of hearing the voice of a flower! And if what I am telling you seems to have come from a fairy tale, know that these tales are not merely beautiful stories invented for children by people of great imagination. What is said in fairy tales has a profound reality which you will finally grasp when you open yourself to exchanges with all of nature.