Phoenix Symbolism

Accordingly to ancient legend, the Phoenix is a mythical immortal bird that engulfs in flames only to be reborn from its ashes. The Phoenix is a powerful image that connected with immortality, resurrection and life after death, hope, grace and protection. In ancient Egyptian mythology they associate this alternating feminine energy with the SUN god; Ra … Read more

Geometric Shapes Dreams

The earliest recorded beginnings of Geometry was found in ancient Mesopotamia 3000 BCE or modern day Iraq that was comprised of obtuse triangles. For thousands of years geometric shapes such as Triangles, Circles, Squares, Spirals and Stars have been a major part of human religious symbolism.  In our dreams geometric shapes are considered highly symbolic due … Read more

Rainbow Symbolism

Rainbows are powerful symbols that represent hope, good luck, new beginnings, happiness, equality, communication and peace. In the 20th century, the rainbow flag is a widely known symbol that is synonymous with the LGBT community or Gay Freedom Celebration. But this ancient symbol commonly spoken about in the Bible, mentioned in both folklore, mythology and … Read more

Star Symbolism

When American astronomer Carl Sagan mentioned that “we’re made of star stuff,” he wasn’t being metaphoric or joking around. He was simply implying—in his uniquely precise and poetic way—that the raw materials that are comprised in our physical bodies were once all forged in the bellies of distant, long-extinguished stars. The star is a symbol that … Read more

Earth Symbolism

Opposite to the SUN masculine energy the earth connects towards the feminine, the Great Mother, fertility, nourishing, and creative. Being one of the four classical elements, this feminine energy represents physical sensation (matter) when juxtaposed with Heaven. She becomes a symbol of inner growth, stability and grounding of your energies; the Root Chakra or Muladhara … Read more