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Sunflower Emblem

"As the sunflower turns its face 

toward the light of the sun, so to,

let Spiritualism turn the face 

of humanity toward

the light of truth."

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The sunflower is the symbol for the Spiritualism. It represents it pefrectly because the blossom (bright and bountiful)

is always seeking out the light. Symbolically, this is spiritually akin to the heart/soul of humankind always

seeking and attaining unity with the light of faith and keeping a connection with the Source/God/

Goddess of one’s own understanding.​

Sunflower Symbology

The symbolic sunflower meaning deals with beauty, delight, hope and joy. There are a lot of reasons for this.


In myth, culture and history we see countless references about the sunflower being a symbol of hope, happiness

and renewal. Check out more about fundamental sunflower meaning to get more insight.

The sunflower moves itself in the most direct position in front of the sun so it can get the maximum sun rays.

This is symbolic of spiritual faith, and worship because we follow our belief system as the

sunflower moves to face the life-giving rays of the sun.

The sunflower is the Greek symbol of Clytie (a water nymph) who turns into a sunflower after grieving

over the loss of her love (Apollo). The mythological symbolism here is that Clytie (in the form of a sunflower) i

s always facing the sun, looking for Apollo’s chariot to return and she might be joined again with her love.


The sunflower is also a symbol of Daphne (another Greek nymph).

In Chinese symbolism, the sunflower (and sunflower meaning) deals with long life, good luck and is considered

very auspicious. It’s yellow color signifies vitality and intelligence. It’s a symbol of happiness too. Also in

China, the sunflower was considered a symbol of long life, and was eaten by royalty to insure immortality.

In esoteric Christianity, the sunflower is a symbol of God’s love. The sunflower as a symbol can also

represent the unwavering faith that guides the soul to the highest spiritual attunement.

In Native American symbolism, the sunflower is used in late summer festivals as a symbol of bounty, harvest

and provision. It is a symbol of the sun, and thus likened to the life-giving force of the Great Spirit. The

color of the sunflower was noted for its vitality and symbolic of energy as well as fertility.

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It’s no surprise that both ancient and modern people associated the Sunflower with warmth, positivity,

power, strength, and happiness since it bears such a strong resemblance to the Sun itself. 

Sunflower is associated with the energy, warmth, happiness and longevity of the sun. Sunflower

reminds humans that we are deeply connected to the healing power of the sun. 

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