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Aboriginal Symbols

Some of these symbols have been used for thousands of years. They offer health and healing and when used correctly and in the spirit of the Old Ones, knowledge, healing and emotional wellness can be profound.

Hopi Kachina Sun

Hopi Kachina Sun

Kachina are supernatural beings who inhabit the realms of mist and magic. They are regarded as allies, and as connections to the forces of nature.

A symbol of life, growth, strength of spirit, and abundance.

 
Kokopelli

Kokopelli

The kokopelli, mahu or humpback flute player is found carved on stones from South America to Canada. Koko means wood; pilau means hump. His hump carried seeds and rainbows. In his flute he carried music of warmth and love.

A symbol of fertility and abundance.

 
Eagle

Eagle

Eagle, the master of the sky, is considered a carrier of prayers.

Principle Messenger of the Creator, symbol of courage, wisdom, it is okay to be wise enough to know that a change needs to be made in one's life and then finding the courage to execute the change, recognize opportunities to soar above the mundane levels of life, associated with spirits and visions.

 
Eye of Kanaloa

Eye of Kanaloa

Ancient Hawaiian symbol of harmony, radiates harmonious energy into its environment and amplifies the effect of other energy sources.

As a whole, the pattern represents the Aka Web, or The Web of Life, the symbolic connection of all things to each other. In this aspect, the star at the center is the spider/shaman, or the individual who is aware of being the weaver of his or her own life, a dreamweaver.

 
Mayan Night Symbol

Mayan Night

A symbol of balance and putting things to rest with the goal for peace. Represents putting issues away, and allowing them to sit until your spirit is ready to pull the issues back out for contemplation. Also a sign of surrender.

Night represents the cloak or shade being pulled down so that the subconscious or inner spirit can do its work while physical actions must be silenced and put into submission while this inner work takes place.

 
Mayan Sun Symbol

Mayan Sun

A Mayan symbol of ascension, clarity and awareness. Focus upon this symbol facilitates enlightenment and divinity to blossom.

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