I have always been fascinated of the Ancient Egyptian Civilisation and Mystery . Painting The Eye of Horus Mandala Dot Art , I have been inspired from the Ancient Egypt.
Horus, represented as the falcon-headed god, was an important god in Ancient Egyptian Civillization. The symbol representing his eye, the Eye of Horus (All seeing eye) was a powerful symbol used to protect from evil.
The ancient Egyptian Eye of Horus or wedjat ('Whole One') sometimes spelled udjat, refers to Egypt's sacred eye symbol and is a powerful symbol of protection, and is also considered to confer wisdom, health and prosperity.
The ancient Egyptians believed that this symbol has a very powerful and magical effect on restoring harmony to the unstabilized world and restoring unrightful things.
The left eye, represents the moon. The left eye reflects fluid, feminine, lunar energy, and rules intuition and magic. The Left Eye of Horus, is associated with the feminine pathway, explores the human nature of emotions and feelings, sexual energy and birthing.
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. But these days it has quite different associations.
There are three major components of the wedjat
The right eye is called the Eye of Ra, symbolise the sun. The left is called the Eye of Thoth, symbolising the moon. Both eyes together are the Two Eyes Of Horus The Elder. The eye is the part of the body able to perceive light, and is therefore the symbol for spiritual ability.
The Eye of Horus was believed to have healing and protective power, and it was used as a protective amulet, and as a medical measuring device, using the mathematical proportions of the eye to determine the proportions of ingredients in medical preparations) to prepare medications.
Symbolic Highlights of the Eye of Horus Mandala
When considering the Eye of Horus Mandala meaning, it's a good idea to consider my motivations behind wanting this symbol of power.
I am always doing that which I cannot do, in order that I may learn how to do it.