This summer while taking a casual walk along the beach, I bought one blue dreamcatcher. I like it a lot and I hang it on the bedroom window. :) Then I said why to not paint one by myself , the symbolic meaning, the sacred geometry and numerology are my source of inspiration ?
Dreamcatchers originate with and are used by Native American Indians. Today they are also promoted as a spiritual tool within the New Age Movement and are popular in mainstream society as a craft and an in-home decoration.
The Flower of Life is most likely something that you have seen before. It is a common symbol of many spiritual and religious teachings around the world.
The Flower of Life has been found all over the world in many different religions. It is one of the oldest sacred symbols known to man. It is a geometrical shape that is made up of multiple overlapping circles of the same size.
Meaning of colour in ancient Egypt - Colour meaning
In the previous article about The Eye of Horus Mandala – Mystical Light of the Soul I said that I'll explain why I have chosen those colours in my painting. :)
So, in ancient Egypt, color was an integral part of the substance and being of everything in life. The Colours used in creating the art, hieroglyphics, talismans, amulets, jewellery, monuments and artefacts of ancient Egypt were extremely important and conveyed a range of silent messages to the ancient Egyptians.
The ancient Egyptians used six basic colours including black and white. Some other colours were occasionally used such as brown, grey, orange and pink but as only secondary colours.
The circle symbol meaning is universal, sacred and divine. It represents the infinite nature of energy, and the inclusivity of the universe.
Circles an ancient and universal symbol of unity, wholeness, and infinity. of unity, wholeness, infinity, the goddess, female power, and the sun. Without beginning or end, without sides or corners, the circle is also associated with the number one.
The circle is an important symbol to Native American Indians. A circle around other Native American symbols signifies family ties, closeness & protection. The circle has no break and holds that which cannot be broken.
In alchemical symbolism the circle is a center point of focus.
I am always doing that which I cannot do, in order that I may learn how to do it.