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      Elephant Symbolism: Meaning of the Elephant as an Animal Totem

      Elephant Symbolism: Meaning of the Elephant as an Animal Totem

      Traditionally, elephants are considered a symbol of good luck, wisdom, fertility, and protection. Wearing or placing an elephant totem or symbol in your home with its trunk raised is thought to attract good fortune, as it showers its positive energy out of the trunk and into all surrounding beings and spaces. 

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      Tibetan Prayer Flags Explained: What Does All That Sanskrit Writing Mean?

      Tibetan Prayer Flags Explained: What Does All That Sanskrit Writing Mean?

      Our traditional Tibetan prayer flags are inscribed with symbols and words that are said to carry prayers and hopes into the breeze and across the lands. If you’ve ever wondered what all that Sanskrit writing means, read on! The words on the prayer flags are a combination of mantra, sutra, and prayer. They aren’t directly […]

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      Roots, Rock, Reggae: Rastafari & Rasta Symbolism

      Roots, Rock, Reggae: Rastafari & Rasta Symbolism

      The religious & political Rastafari movement began in the slums of Jamaica in the 1920s and 30s, through the teachings of Marcus Garvey, a black Jamaican who led the “Back to Africa” movement. He believed that Africans are the true children of God, and had been exiled to Jamaica and other parts of the world 

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      The Happy Buddha: Deity of Contentment & Abundance

      The Happy Buddha: Deity of Contentment & Abundance

      The jolly laughing Buddha is based on an eccentric Chinese monk who lived over 1,000 years ago–a benevolent and joyous man who came to be regarded as an incarnation of the bodhisattva Maitreya, the “world teacher”.  The laughing Buddha is known in China as the Loving or Friendly One, and his image graces many temples, […]

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      Prayer Flags Explained!

      Prayer Flags Explained!

      When the tradition of hanging Tibetan prayer flags began more than 2000 years ago, Tibet was ruled by warlords who carried their own flags into battle. The native people took this as their inspiration but spun the intent on its axis when they made their own flags to honor the nature gods of Bon, their […]

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