Art Deco Lotus Rising - black, teal & turquoise pattern Art Print

Art Deco Lotus Rising - black, teal & turquoise pattern

Unite with the sacred Feminine Divine temple that you are. - Art by Tessa Mythos | "Blue Lotus"

Unite with the sacred Feminine Divine temple that you are. - Art by Tessa Mythos | "Blue Lotus"

"A blue lotus symbolizes the spirit’s control over one’s physical senses or compulsions–mind over matter–which heightens one’s spirituality by overcoming temptations of the flesh. The blue lotus represents knowledge, wisdom, and intelligence. In art, the blue lotus is always shown as partially open, the center never showing, as a means of symbolizing that the growth of mind and spirit over body is never truly finished. "

"A blue lotus symbolizes the spirit’s control over one’s physical senses or compulsions–mind over matter–which heightens one’s spirituality by overcoming temptations of the flesh. The blue lotus represents knowledge, wisdom, and intelligence. In art, the blue lotus is always shown as partially open, the center never showing, as a means of symbolizing that the growth of mind and spirit over body is never truly finished. "

The blue Lotus flower has been steeped in symbolism since the time of the Egyptians, where it was used as a metaphor for re-birth and of the Sun. It also plays a key role in Buddhism where it’s colour is thought to be associated with a victory of the spirit.

The blue Lotus flower has been steeped in symbolism since the time of the Egyptians, where it was used as a metaphor for re-birth and of the Sun. It also plays a key role in Buddhism where it’s colour is thought to be associated with a victory of the spirit.

“Don’t try to force anything. Let life be a deep let-go. See God opening millions of flowers every day without forcing the buds.” —Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh ..*

“Don’t try to force anything. Let life be a deep let-go. See God opening millions of flowers every day without forcing the buds.” —Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh ..*

Blue lotus and offering bowl are symbols of Meret, Egyptian goddess of dancing, music and celebration, wife of Hapy, Nile god

Clear Glass Hurricane Votive Candle Holders with Ivory Votive Candles with 10-hour Burn (Set of 36)

Blue lotus and offering bowl are symbols of Meret, Egyptian goddess of dancing, music and celebration, wife of Hapy, Nile god

Cosmic Blue Lotus Mandala-  Print on Canvas, embellished by MandalaVisions on Etsy

Cosmic Blue Lotus Mandala- Print on Canvas, embellished

Cosmic Blue Lotus Mandala- Print on Canvas, embellished by MandalaVisions on Etsy

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