- Wall Sculpture that Breathes Life into any space, Home, Office, Temple, Shrine or Sanctuary Altar
- Brings Positive Vibrations and Energy of Creation, Perfect for Meditation Practice and Manifestation
- Ultimate Crystal Grid for Sacred Rituals, Harmonizing Meditation Wall Art for Yoga Studio Decor
- Warm Gift of Gratitude and Appreciation for a Special Occasion, Birthday, Anniversary, Holy Ceremony
- Unique Spiritual Gift of Love to a Seeking Soul on a Divine Journey of Love and Light. Namaste
Padma (“The Sacred Lotus”) is an aquatic plant that plays a central role in Indian and Hindu traditions. The lotus flower has many different names such as the "Indian Lotus", the "Sacred Lotus", and the "Bean of India". With slight variations to the lotus flower meaning in different faiths, the general concept is the same. The meaning of the lotus flower comes from the way the flower grows in nature. It starts off as a bud underwater, often in murky ponds, and grows until it emerges from the muddy waters in a beautiful blooming flower. The earliest depictions of the lotus flower dates back to Ancient Egypt. It was known as "Seshen" and was cultivated in ponds due its significant meaning and association with their creators. It was associated with the Atun (or Ra) which would mean that the lotus itself in some way represented Life, both Creation and existence. It was believed that the lotus flower offered strength and power, and lotus flower remnants have even been found in Ramesses II's tomb. It was also common practice for Egyptian women to wear lotus flower amulets depicting Heqet, the goddess of fertility, during childbirth. In Hinduism, sacred Padma lotus is associated with numerous creators, including Vishnu, Brahma, Lakshmi. The creators are depicted with lotus flowers as they represent purity and divinity. The lotus blooms uncovering the Creator Brahma in lotus position. Its unLotusding petals suggest the expansion of the soul. The growth of its pure beauty from the mud of its origin holds a benign spiritual promise. For Buddhists, the lotus flower represents purity of body, mind, and spirit. According to legend, Gautama was born with the ability to walk and everywhere he stepped, lotus flowers bloomed. In Ancient Greece, the lotus flower meaning was of innocence, modesty and purity. In Sri Lanka, Sanskrit scripts speak of the lotus flower and consider it symbolic of virtue, discipline, and purity.
Specifications Laser cut from a high quality birch plywood and painted with gold eco paint. Charged with love energy of the creator soul who manifested this symbol into this earthly plane.
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