The Circle-Triangle Symbol
The Sobriety Circle and Triangle Symbol is often associated with Alcoholics Anonymous. The equilateral triangle represents the three-part answer - unity, recovery and service - to a three-part disease - physical, mental and spiritual, while the circle represents wholeness or oneness.
The body should be triangular, stable, the mind circular, open. The triangle represents the means for generation of good energy, and is the most stable physical posture.
The circle symbolizes serenity and perfection, and the source of unlimited potential. Together they represent the perfect union of mind and body.
This symbol has been used in many native cultures. The priests, medicine men and seers of antiquity regarded the circle enclosing the triangle as a means of warding off spirits of evil, and A.A.'s circle and triangle of Recovery, Unity, and Service has certainly meant all of that to those who are in recovery.
Om (or Aum)
This is the most universal of Hindu symbols and its sound is used in meditation. In Hinduism, the word “Om” is the first syllable in any prayer. More specifically, Om is used to symbolize the universe and the ultimate reality. Some people say that this symbol represents the three aspects of God: the Brahma (A), the Vishny (U) and the Shiva (M).
The Tree of Life
The Tree of Life Symbol is an important symbol in nearly every culture. With its branches reaching into the sky, and roots deep in the earth, it dwells in three worlds- a link between heaven, the earth, and the underworld, uniting above and below. It is both a feminine symbol, bearing sustenance, and a masculine, visibly phallic symbol - another union.
The Dream Catcher
The circular ring of the dream catcher is significant to Native Americans. It imitates the shape of the Earth and mirrors the orbital path of the planets around the sun. It represents the circle of life--a circle of which all living things are a part. With no beginning and no end, it is a metaphor of the belief that life also has no beginning and no end. Death, Native Americans believe, is a part of life; even after a body turns to dust, the spirit continues on.
The Purple Lotus
This is the mystic lotus with the flowers in full bloom and revealing the heart. In other representations, the Purple Lotus may be supported by a simple stem, a triple stem (symbolizing the three divisions of Garbhadhatu: Vairocana, lotus and vajra), or a quintuple stem (symbolizing the Five Knowledges of Vajradhatu). The eight petals represent the Noble Eightfold Path and the eight principal acolyte deities of the central deity on the mandalas. The flowers may also be depicted presented in a cup or on a tray, as a symbol of homage.
The Pink Ribbon of Hope
This pink ribbon is twisted to form a single loop. It's created to promote awareness of breast cancer among women and and keep their faith in medical science. The ribbon symbolizes a fervent hope for a future without breast cancer.
These six symbolic charms for personal vaporizers are made of precious stones, decorative crystals, and high-quality rocks and metals. They may be used with vape pens, box mods, and even ordinary electronic cigarettes.
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