Rosemary is for Mother Love.

It relates to the Divine Mother, it brings us in touch with the divine feminine.

Where Calendula relates to the Divine Father, Rosemary relates to the Divine Mother.

Rosmarinus means ‘dew of the sea’ or ‘rose of the sea.’

Ros – marinus (‘marinus’ comes from ‘la mer’ = sea, also ‘la mere’ = mother).

In ancient stories Rosemary was associated with the Virgin Mary who was said to have rested under a Rosemary bush while fleeing to Egypt. Another story says she hung Jesus’ swaddling cloths on a Rosemary bush which turned the flowers their sky blue colour.

Rosemary flowers and bee

Divine Mother energy is like an ocean of unconditional love, soft, flowing and nourishing. The divine feminine knows how to FEEL the depths of emotion and hence allow them to pass through us like waves in the ocean.

This brings us to one of the keys to Rosemary:


Grief, Loss & The Capacity to FEEL

The first thing the Rosemary deva showed me was an image of Mother Mary in a blue robe in dry sandy country with the sea in view (Rosemary loves to grow in these places).  She is letting go a child, rolling it back into the sea and in the deep grief of this process.  Her tears are the colour of the flowers, they are the dew of the sea, salty.  She shows me that tears of grief, like the flowers, cleanse the eyes and head of the cloud of grief.  She lies on a bed of Rosemary.  It helps her to overcome her grief, to deeply relax and grieve and slowly come back to her senses. To remember herself again.  I understand that Rosemary relates to MOTHER LOVE.

Rosemary is for deep grief, especially that of a mother.  It helps us to overcome our grief, to relax and allow the waves of emotion to be felt and pass through us. It helps us to surrender to the emotion as it arises so that we can move forward again.   Once we have felt the feelings, she then gently bring us back to our senses again.

Rosemary cleanses the tears and head of grief, she helps us cry our tears so that our head can be clear again. Once we have FELT our emotions, we become fully clear and get back on track to remembering ourselves again. Rosemary supports this process.

She is useful for those lost in grief, or who don’t allow themselves to fully feel the loss and emotion. Sometimes we fear depth of emotion, that we may drown in the ocean of it and so we hide from it, attempt to avoid it. But it will leak out anyway.  Rosemary helps us to fully go into these feelings supported so that we can come out again on the other side.

It is especially useful for the grief of a mother after the loss of a child.

Also for the continual letting go process that happens as children grow up and become increasingly more independent and mothers must keep surrendering to that in order for their child to mature. To help us feel the grief for times passed so we can by fully present to the now.

It can also be useful for codependent mother child relationships.

Also for empty nest syndrome, when the children are grown and the mother is left feeling lost after so many years of devotion. Who am I if I’m not a mother?

Mother Mary

Rosemary is useful for all Mother Wounds.

The Divine Mother is an archetype. As humans we can’t hope to be there all the time!! Rosemary can support us in connecting with her more often though.

The Divine Mother knows she is a vessel of creation and has a deep role as nurturer, yet maintains her sense of self. The Divine Mother has unconditional love for all beings, not just her own offspring.

The Divine Mother has a healthy dose of the masculine integrated so is able to keep things moving, clear things out as needed, let go at the right time, fulfilling her role of nourisher on all levels but also knowing it is but a part of her role and not her identity.


 For Mothers:

  • When we identify with the mother archetype too deeply, unable to let child go at the right time, unable to grieve the loss of our child becoming dependent, Rosemary is useful.
  • Mothers that don’t foster independence in children so as to create dependence. Codependent mother child relationships.
  • Mothers that have over identified with the mother role and have lost themselves.
  • On the other side, Rosemary is useful for those that have a lack of mothering qualities whether for themselves or their children. This may be a lack of nurturing and nourishing qualities, or an inability to hold space for emotions (in selves or others), unable to listen deeply and hold.


For the Child:

  • Rosemary helps us to connect to the divine mother, whether we have experienced it or not, it brings us into connection with the divine mother, with mother love.
  • This may bring up sadness and grief around not having experienced a mothers love.  Rosemary can help us process this too.
  • All mother wounds, the grief at the humanity of our mothers, that they were not the divine mother!
  • Children subjected to excessive mothering – codependent mothers.

Rosemary flower

The Womb as our Inner Mother

Within our body, our inner mother relates to the Womb.

It is part of the womb’s role to hold us. The womb is the sacred vessel of creation, it provides the space, the nourishing soil and collective ocean that feeds our seeds and brings them into being.

The inner mother is our ability to nourish and hold ourselves in unconditional love. The inner mother is the part of us that can hold and soothe and love no matter what is going on, like a mother soothing a crying babe with her soft touch, voice and presence.

How is your relationship with your inner mother?

How do you hold yourself through painful emotions or physical pain?  

How do you nourish yourself?

Can you hold yourself through anything no matter how painful or difficult?

Or do you abandon yourself when you most need loving touch, holding and nourishment?


When we have not learned to hold ourselves properly our muscles can take on the holding patterns creating muscle tension and pain. This shows our deep need for soothing touch, to come back into the body (feminine) to feel our boundaries and nurture our physicality.

When we are in need of a good rub, a massage – we are in need of nurturing our feminine nature (the body).

We are in need of the divine mother energy of Rosemary.

We are in need of holding ourselves with m2ore care, love and nourishment.

We are in need of allowing our feelings to flow through us.

Rosemary relaxes our voluntary muscles, yet tones and stimulates our smooth muscles. It gets our feminine muscles of holding and nourishment working and relaxes the more masculine voluntary muscles of the body. When the masculine within is working overtime, we need to balance it with some feminine nurture time.

Rosemary has integrated the masculine within the feminine in a healthy way.  When we have integrated the masculine within our feminine nature, we bring a little fire into the watery realms.  If we are too yin, too feminine, there is too much water, emotion, laxity, dampness. Rosemary gently warms and dries when things are too yin, when there is an excess of emotion or fluid. She has long been used for flu, TB, to clear phlegm , for asthma and to increase circulation.

Rosemary is useful for womb healing when the cause relates to the above themes.

Womb work is Rosemary work.

Menstrual headaches, menstrual pain, all symptoms coming from the womb, from the wounded feminine may be supported by evoking the energy of Rosemary within ourselves.

Purchase the Rosemary Flower Code

Flower Codes are made with a mixture of spagyric tinctures, flower essences and homeopathic potencies in cocreation with the plant devas, and activated with sound and intention.

Link to blog article on Rosemary


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