Por que temos o costume de levar flores ao túmulo ?

Flores são motivos de bons sentimentos, onde quer que elas chegam trazem alegria, paz e um bem estar enorme. Quando não se sabe ao certo o que dar de presente à alguém, as flores são sempre uma ótima escolha. Elas complementam aquele presente especial, ou em muita das vezes são o presente principal! É, as flores tem um poder magnifico de se destacarem onde quer que seja, mas você já parou para pensar que também usamos as flores para homenagem aqueles que já se foram ? Aqui no blog já explicamos o significado e a intenção que uma coroa de flores carrega, mas hoje você vai descobrir o por que lavamos flores aos túmulos de nossos familiares e amigos.

Os arqueólogos defendem que os seres humanos decoram as suas sepulturas com flores há quase 14 mil anos. Isto porque foi desenterrada, em Israel, a primeira prova da tradição floral, onde terão sido usadas sálvia, hortelã e outras plantas.



Acreditamos que o principal motivo que levou os antigos povos a levar flores aos túmulos foi a necessidade de disfarçar  o mal cheiro e também afastar possíveis animais que poderiam desenterrar os corpos.

Hoje as flores simbolizam respeito e lembrança as pessoas que já se foram. Muitas pessoas acreditam que cada cor nas flores tem significados específicos. Confira essa lista:

Rosa branca: simboliza a paz.
Crisântemos: representam tanto a vida quanto a morte, assim como o sol e a chuva.
Lírio: ligado à pureza e a brancura, também pode significar o amor eterno.
Gérbera: simboliza a pureza, beleza da vida, assim como o amor e a sensibilidade.



Os cientistas afirmam que as plantas em flor possuem mecanismos que estimulam respostas emocionais e sociais positivas nos seres humanos. O seu uso em eventos sociais, como funerais, pode no passado ter servido também para melhorar a identidade e solidariedade dos grupos.


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