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Shamrock and Four Leaf Clover Tattoo Symbolism

    Shamrock Symbolism    Symbolic shamrock meaning got its most popular reputation in Ireland around the fifth century. During this time Saint Patrick was going about the business of introducing and establishing Christianity among the people. St. Patrick must have understood this as legend indicates he utilized the three leafed clover as an illustration of the Christian holy trinity. Each leaf representing: Father, Son, Holy Ghost The three portrusions may also be symbolic of the three theological virtues found in first Corinthians 13:13 -  Faith,  Love,  Hope This spiritual teaching tool caught on and spread amongst the community because to this day the symbolic shamrock meaning is iconic of St. Patrick and his spiritual passion. The symbolic meaning of clover may deal with spiritual development, but the use of the clover's trefoil growth might not have been original to Saint Patrick. Ancient Celts  revered the clover because of the trinity of its leaves

Chakra Animal Tattoos

Chakra Animals and their Symbolic Meanings There is a symbolic chakra animal living within each of the prime power centers. Animals are endlessly meaningful in their messages, personalities and meanings and Chakras serve as a phenomenal reference for the circuitry, or pattern of human energy. Using the symbolism of the chakras combined with their animals and their colours puts astoundingly effective tools in our hands for growth and healing. Chakra Color Animal Symbol Animal Attributes Animal Message Root Red Elephant Charges through blockages. Protects. Remembers. Loves closeness. Social. Effective. I provide Sacral Orange  Crocodile Encourages creativity. Balances. Goes deep and resurfaces. Changeable. I develop Solar Plexus Yellow Ram Motivates. Determination. Will. Expansive power. I recharge Heart Green Antelope Inspires. Tenderness. Leaps over pettiness. Grace. I share Throat Blue White Elephant Purifies. Communicates. Mastery. Harmonizes. I express Third E

Chakra Tattoo Symbolism

  Simple Chakra Symbol meanings   For centuries, chakra symbol mandalas have been utilized to focus in on certain attibutes of the body, mind and spirit.  When a certain chakra "or energy centre" is focused upon, the mind is able to trigger growth and healing by connecting to the energy resonating to that particular chakra. We can focus upon these energy centers by utilizing the power of chakra symbol mandalas. Below are all seven chakra symbols, with basic meanings and associations. The following guides can help you pick the chakra for you whether you are adding a Chakra to your tattoos for emotional, mental or physical reasons. Root Chakra Symbol Mandala Meanings: Grounding, material security, balance of physical body, clearing of fear.  Color  Ruby Red  Symbol  Lotus flower with four petals, representing a strong foundation  Element  Earth  Verb  To be  Location  Base of the spine in the area of the perineum  Gland  Adrenal glands  

Power of Numbers in Tattoos

Adding Number Symbolism to your Tattoo Numerology can be used to help add meaning to your tattoo by having a certain number of a specific element in your tattoo, or even by adding in the number it self.  Every number has a certain power which is expressed both by its symbol to denote its representation and by its connection to universal principles. Numbers have relationships with all things in nature, making them powerful symbolic expressions. Basically numerology is the study of numbers and their influence in our lives. One:   One primarily deals with strong will, positivity, pure energy . The number One reflects  new beginnings , and purity . The symbolic meaning of number One is further clarified when we understand One represents both kinds of action: physical and mental. This combined with Ones urgency for new beginnings, we begin to see Ones recurring in our lives indicates a time to exert our natural forces, take action, and start a new venture. One encourages

Luck in Business Symbolism

Business Luck symbols Coatl (Serpent) The Aztecs and Mayans had many good luck symbols, and the Coatl is a sacred serpent among these people who symbolized foundational wealth. The Coatl can be seen in their ancient architecture as pillar pieces - holding up the wealth housed in their temples. The Coatl speaks of a kind of abundance that is stable and concrete - nothing can tamper or diminish this kind of wealth. This Aztec serpent is  an icon for the tangible , and can serve to galvanize our material/financial dreams into solid reality. The Coatl serpent is also great for business people because it's an emblem of balance. It harbors both male and female energy, and thus produces a  stabilizing effect  for those who acknowledge it.  Coins   A tattooed coin is like a seed, growing into many  more  coins  can  to get the money ball rolling.  Coins with holes in them are more auspicious than others.  Spitting on coins is fabled to win you a great day&

Always wondered what your tattoos symbolizes or means?

Always wondered what your tattoos symbolizes or means? Ever wondered or wanted to know what the meaning for certain images were while planning your tattoo. Always wanted to know what the meaning might be of the tattoo you already have? Well we have decided to start a blog on image symbolism to help you plan or expand on your next tattoo.  A person can find symbolism meaning in all cultures over the centuries. Images have always been a part of our lives. Signs and symbols are everywhere in our lives.  Incorporating our own personal symbols into our lives can help us in self-discovery and self-expression. Symbolism can represent our, philosophies, our cultural History, express our inner Awareness, give us personal Identity. Whether you're looking for from Native American to Celtic, Animal and Good Luck Symbols, Goddess, Chakra or number and nature symbols we will try to include them here. Cherrie Red Tattoos