The vegetal world has surprising similarities with the human world.
May be this is one of the secrets why the natural therapies are so efficient or the reason why the earthy floral world amplifies our wonderful feelings.
Moreover, both, the human and the plants have archetypes, that sometimes make plants and men become one single being beautiful, beneficialial and embodiment of the Cosmic Harmony on Earth.
THERE ARE HE-PLANTS AND SHE-PLANTS
The vegetable kingdom is organized just as mans life: is characterized by birth, sexuality and death. In the vegetal world there is not only a real, scientific sexuality (ex: the fig gingko biloba, the palm, feminine or masculine), but a magical one too.
Thus, plants are classified in man and woman according to some laws of the magic. They can have a very precise sex given by their form, color and subtle actions.
THE MARRIAGE OF THE TREES, A FERTILIZING RITUAL
The Indians, Assyrians and the other peoples knew all these essential aspects of the vegetable kingdom and used them in rituals meant to develop mans fertility and sexual power. Such a ceremony is still practiced in India by some Transylvanian gypsies.
The marriage of the trees is done when after a few years of marriage, the woman still dont have children. In this case, at the best hour in day, the couple goes to the pond and plant a tree, the wife a fig tree and the husband a mango tree.
The woman ties the trunk of the Vepu tree to the trunk of the male Arasu, then sprinkles it with pond water and afterwards, both of them make pradaksina (ritual walk towards the right) for 3, 27 or 108 times. The marriage of the trees is very efficient to fertilize the women (study M. Eliade, Treaty of the history of religions).
THE FEMALE HERBS CREATE RESONANCE WITH THE FEMININE ARCHETYPE
The female herbs can be used for awakening certain aspects of the feminine archetype within us. Generally, they are herbs which resonate with Venus and Moon.
The Venusian herbs awaken erotic aspects while the lunar ones amplify the resonance with certain qualities of the soul. Ayurveda considers that there are three feminine constitutional types, each one manifesting the corresponding archetype: Vata, Pitta and Kapha.
THE FEMININE VATA ARCHETYPE CONFERS DELICACY, SENSIBILITY AND REFINEMENT
The Vata archetype is represented by the delicate, refined, intuitive woman who has an active mind. She has an elevated eroticism and easily lives states of mental orgasm . Generally, she is a master in the art of communication and particularly in the art of the verbal expression.
Sometimes, her icy appearance might intimidate those who want to approach her but are not courageous enough. She strongly believes in the ideal love and has an overwhelming spiritual enthusiasm.
Being extremely sensitive to touch, she can live veritable pleasure outbursts when is touched by her over.
She transmits lots of energy through her very expressive hands and loves detached and totally respecting the freedom of her lover.
She easily adapts herself to what is new. She can be seduced if the man is original, spontaneous or very surprising.