Chakras are energy centers that mediate life force energy between the energy field, the unified field, other people, the environment, and the physical body.
Through this circulation of energy, chakras nourish the body and its physiological systems, having the greatest energetic influence on the area of the body nearest to its location.
The Seventh Chakra is the Crown Chakra. It is located at the crown of your head. This Chakra also known as Sahasrara is the seat of consciousness, the location of our sense of connection with divinity, spiritual, or faith.
In a few words Sahasrara deals with your connection to the divine within you and all around you. Physically, it supports your central nervous system and deep brain functions.
Those who works on their chakra system , probably ask themselves : “ Is my chakra open? It is weak? Can be a chakra overactive? ” :)
The all-seeing eye is a powerful esoteric symbol which is widely misunderstood and misused today; few know what it originally stood for.
When the All Seeing Eye makes an appearance, a lot of people associate it with the Illuminati, with the power and domination, but its original use is quite different.
Many believe that this illuminati symbol actually represents the eye of Lucifer and the supernatural power that flows from his control. We have too much imagination :D
The All-seeing Eye is a powerful esoteric symbol which is widely misunderstood and misused today; few know what it originally stood for. It was originally symbolic of a higher spiritual power or God, a watchful caretaker of humanity or an awakened spiritual part within.
Over time , esoteric symbols that for thousands of years were used to convey positive, helpful, uplifting spiritual messages and principles ,are widely misunderstood and misused today.
The All-Seeing eye is just an example from hundreds of how spiritual symbols have been hijacked and inverted.
In Hinduism and Buddhism an eye represents a spiritual deity being in ancient times.
The Eye-in-pyramid symbol we find it on the front facade of the Hartegbrugkerk Church in Leiden, the Netherlands. The Latin words “Hic Domus Dei est et Porta Coeli” translates to “This is the House of God and the Gateway to Heaven.”
In Christianity, the all-seeing eye or “Eye of Providence” or “Eye of God” has been used as a symbol from at least the 16th century .
No flower can lift someone’s spirits quite like sunflowers. They are bright and cheery, and as warm and inviting as the sweet summer sun.
Sunflowers symbolise adoration, loyalty and longevity. Much of the meaning of sunflowers stems from its namesake, the sun itself. These flowers are unique in that they have the ability to provide energy in the form of nourishment and vibrancy—attributes which mirror the sun and the energy provided by its heat and light.
Sunflowers are known for being “happy” flowers, making them the perfect gift to bring joy to someone’s (or your) day.
It's yellow color signifies vitality and intelligence. It's a symbol of happiness too.
Symbolically, this is spiritually akin to the heart/soul of humankind always seeking and attaining unity with the light of faith and keeping a connection with the Source/God/Goddess of one's own understanding.
Hamsa hand is one of the most ancient amulets used in modern culture.
The symbol has been adopted by diverse communities from different religions who have shared a common understanding of the symbol's meaning - the ability to ward off the evil eye and attract divine protection.
The Hamsa is shaped as a symmetrical five-finger hand with a thumb on each side.
The Hamsa Hand symbol can be found in many places: home blessings, key chains, home décor, Hamsa pendant designs and much more.
With its many names Hamsa, Hamsa Hand (Arabic), Chamsa, Hand of God,Hand of Fatima, Hand of Miriam, Hamesh Hand (Hebrew) to name just a few - the meaning is for the most part the same
I am always doing that which I cannot do, in order that I may learn how to do it.