Awakening of the first Response of the Nature to the Supramental Manifestation
Interested, she opens herself and tries to understand.

Jatropha integerrima
Peregrina, Spicy jatropha
  1. Small reddish pink flower with five narrow rounded separated petals and conspicuous anthers; borne in long-stemmed terminal cymes. A shrub with variable leaf forms which are often fiddle-shaped.
  2. Another form is a small light pink cup-shaped flower with rounded petals and conspicuous yellow anthers.

Photo Courtesy: Forest & Kim Starr
Photo Courtesy: Dinesh Valke

First Appearance of the Psychic in Matter

A messenger of beauty.

Jatropha multifida
Coral plant, Physic nut
Tiny red or deep pink flowers with five separated rounded petals and a reddish pink stalk; borne in compound cymes. A medium to large shrub with large palmate leaves having eight to twelve deep lobes.

Photo Courtesy: Atamari

First Response of the Subconscient to the Supramental Action
The open door to realisation.

Jatropha podagrica
Gout plant, Tartogo, Australian bottle plant
Tiny bright orange flowers with five rounded separated petals and an orange stalk; borne in compound cymes. A low shrub with swollen stems and large-lobed peltate leaves.

Photo Courtesy: Dinesh Valke

Emotions Awake to the First Contact with the Divine
The Light begins to work in the emotional consciousness.

Acanthus montanus
Mountain thistle
Small light purple to purple tubular flowers tinged white with the lower edge divided into three lobes, set in a spiny calyx and borne in tall spikes. A small shrub with spiny leaves.

Picture Courtesy: Nipplerings72

First Appearance of Purity in the Inconscient
The sign that the inconscient is on the way to becoming conscious.

Plumbago zeylanica
Small white salverform flower with five widely separated lobes and a thin corolla tube, set in a conspicuous tubular green calyx covered with bristly hairs; borne in moderately dense spikes. A scandent evergreen shrub with somewhat angled stems.

Photo Courtesy: Bernard Loison

First Conscious Reception of the Light in Nature
The origin or starting-point of the will to progress. Nature has an instinctive thirst for Light.

Widow's tears, Dayflower
Tiny blue to lavender flower with two upper clawed petals, one lower inconspicuous petal and three smaller whitish sepals; emerging singly or in pairs from a folded green bract. A perennial succulent herb.

Photo Courtesy: Dinesh Valke

First Mental Awakening in Matter
It has preceded and prepared man's future upon earth.

Tribulus terrestris
Caltrop, Devil's weed, Puncture vine, Burnut
Small yellow saucer-shaped rotate wayside flower with five spreading overlapping petals; borne singly from the leaf axils. A mostly prostrate annual or perennial herb bearing hard nutlets with sharp spines.

Photo Courtesy: Manuel M. Ramos

First Movement of Riches Towards the Divine

The sure sign of conversion.

Tithonia diversifolia
Mexican sunflower
Large slightly fragrant compositae flower with long narrow deep golden yellow ray florets; borne singly on long stalks. A robust perennial or tall subshrub.

Photo Courtesy: J.G inSF

First Response of the Inconscient to the Divine Force
The first step towards transformation.

Kigelia africana [Kigelia pinnata]
Sausage tree
Large fleshy dull maroon irregularly funnelform flower with crinkled recurved lobes; borne in large racemes on very long pendulous stalks. A medium-sized spreading tree that bears curious sausagelike fruits.

First Sign of Krishna’s Light in Matter

It is the indication of the coming transformation.

Evolvus alsinoides
Tiny sky blue saucer-shaped flower with a white centre and anthers; borne singly or in few-flowered clusters. A prostrate spreading perennial countryside herb.

Photo Courtesy: aspidoscelis

First Turning of the Vital towards the Divine
The vital prepares itself to be transformed.

Rudbeckia hirta 'Gloriosa Daisy'
Black-eyed Susan, Marguerite jaune
Medium to large single compositae flower with elongated yellow ray florets that are often banded or suffused with brown or maroon near the base and a dome-shaped centre composed of green or brown disc florets; borne singly. A hairy perennial herb.

Photo Courtesy: Variationen

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