Try These Symbols of Love to Manifest More of it in Your Life

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Do you believe in meditating? Do you know that meditation makes your mind at peace?    


Let me tell you something new perhaps, meditating can actually create wonders and peace in your life. What's more is that you can concentrate on some of the symbols in particular and that increased and concentrated flow of energy on something can actually attract the symbolizing object in your life. The more concentrated you are, the more is the flow, and faster you manifest.    


So, if you want love and abundance in your life, why not concentrate on the aspects and symbols representing these?   


 Here are some of these symbols to concentrate on...    

1)Apple: A symbol of ecstasy, fertility, and abundance as well as love, the Apple is a testimony to the adage "big things (or meanings in this case) come in small packages."     

At her wedding to Zeus, Gaia supplied Apples to Hera signifying long love and union. Dionysus, the Greek god of wine, offered Apples to woo Aphrodite and win her love.     

2)Cupid: Cupid or Eros means desire in Greek. According to Hesiod, Eros was the deity who came from Chaos ("The Yawning Void") and represented the primal forces of desire. Eros is said to have been born from the union of Aphrodite and Ares. Cupid is also known as Amor, which means love.    

In art, especially Roman paintings, the Cupid was often shown blindfolded. This was to symbolize how 'love is blind'. Cupid has a reputation for being a little crazy and random in shooting its arrows of love. This is symbolic of how love can strike in the most unexpected, unlikely ways.    

3)Harp: The Harp is a symbol of love in the form of lyrical art, poetry, and music. The Harp shares mythical connections to the Celts representing the bridge of love connecting heaven and earth.   

Also in the green isles, the Irish observed that playing the harp required the instrument to be cradled close to the heart. This reinforced the Harp as a symbol of love.     

4)Heart: Likely the most common symbol for love and certainly the most recognizable is the Heart symbol. Magicians and Alchemists used the Heart symbols for incantations pertaining to matters related to love and romance. They were also used in rituals with a goal to strengthen relationships. The Heart has long been recognized across cultures as being a symbol of charity, joy, and compassion.   

Also an emblem of truth, the "Sacred Heart" of Christ is also the focus of Roman Catholic worship as a symbol of the Lord's love.    

5)Maple Leaf: In China and Japan the Maple Leaf is an emblem of lovers. North American settlers used to place the Maple leaves at the foot of their beds to ward off demons and encourage sexual pleasure as well as peaceful sleep.     

Also in the North American region, the stork can be observed weaving Maple branches in nests - as such, the Maple became a symbol of the love found in welcoming a new child into the home. Just as the sweet rich sap produces Maple syrup so too does the Maple leaves serve as a love symbol as they depict the sweetness and wonder of love in everyday life.    

6)Rose: The perfect love symbol because they represent all things sensual, sacred, pure and romantic.     

In ancient Greece and Rome the rose was sacred to Aphrodite (Venus) and was her emblem of beauty - it was said to grow from the blood of Adonis. In the Western traditions, the Rose is a symbol of passion, desire, voluptuousness, and physical perfection. The Rose is also a common symbol of eternal life and resurrection.    

7)Shell: Because of its hard casing, the Shell is a protective image - protecting life (sheltering pearls) and also symbolizes the protective quality love sometimes takes.   

In Roman mythology, Venus, the goddess of love, was said to be created from the foam carried ashore atop a scallop shell. The Hindu goddess Lakshmi was said to also be created from the grit and pearls within the shell. In Hinduism, the conch shell is symbolic because it awakens the heart of the faithful and calls to those who live with heart-filled love.    

8)Triangle: In Ancient Egypt, a Triangle was seen as a symbol of intelligence and indicated the capacity for love.   

The triangle is a prime element of the Buddhist Shri Yantra mandala encourages the invocation of love energy to achieve ascended states of consciousness and union with the divine.     

The Triangle also deals with the love represented in the mother, father, child union as well as the holy trinity. As mentioned earlier, as a graphic representation of an inverted triangle, it symbolizes a vessel in which love is poured or carried.    


Source credit: What's-your-sign.com    


Choose your suitable sign and dwell upon it to manifest its effect in your life.

 May your love evolve.

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