Learning About Alternative Healing Techniques

Star Tetrahedron: Star of David

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Star of David The Star Tetrahedron is also known as the Star of David. The Star of David is the symbol of Judaism, a set of religious beliefs and practices that originated from the Hebrew Bible. It is interesting to note that, when drawn on top of one another, the 24 letters in the ancient language of Hebrew together form the Star Tetrahedron.The most common arrangement of the Water molecule is in the geometric shape of the Tetrahedron. The molecule of Silicon is also in this geometric shape and, although it is currently Water that gives us life, Silicon can...

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Elephants and their symbolism..

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Depending on the region, elephants can symbolism luck, freedom, political affiliations, etc. Wisdom is represented by the elephant in the form of the deity Ganesh, one of the most popular gods in the Hindu religion's pantheon. Sometimes known as Ganesha, this deity is very distinctive in having a human form with the head of an elephant. Animal Symbolism: Elephant Meaning. Symbolic elephant meaning deals primarily with strength, honor, stability and patience, among other attributes. To the Hindu way of thought, the elephant is found in the form of Ganesha who is the god of luck, fortune, protection and is a...

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Symbolism of the Lotus Flower

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The Symbolism of the Lotus Flower.. The lotus (Nelumbo nucifera) is an ancient and polyvalent symbol in Asian culture. Hindus revere it with the gods Vishnu, Brahma and to a lesser degree Kubera, and the goddesses Lakshmi and Saraswati . Often used as an example of divine beauty and purity, Vishnu is often described as the "Lotus-Eyed One". The lotus springs from the navel of Vishnu while he is in Yoga Nidra. The lotus blooms uncovering the creator god Brahma in lotus position.[1] Its unfolding petals suggest the expansion of the soul. The growth of its pure beauty from the...

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Symbolism of the Egyptian Ankh

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Ankh This Egyptian symbol represents eternal life and provides magical protection, also represents the regeneration of life through water. Many other wisdom traditions use this symbol with some variation in the vertical and horizontal cross. Often the loop at the top is used to represent holy water circulating the body. The Ankh is also known as key of life, the key of the Nile or crux ansata (Latin meaning "cross with a handle"), was the ancient Egyptian hieroglyphic character that read "eternal life". Egyptian gods are often portrayed carrying it by its loop, or bearing one in each hand, arms...

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Heal with Color...

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Healing colors.... 1. Red Red is a passionate and warm color which induces vitality and stimulates energy. It increases adrenaline and elevates blood pressure-so avoid using it when the patient is suffering from hypertension.  Red can also alleviate depression. Enhancing sexual appetite and overall vitality. 2. Orange Orange radiates warmth and is associated with joy and happiness. As far as cancer healing colors go, orange is an important color in the color healing chart. 3. Yellow  Stimulates intelligence and also detoxify the body and mind to heal patients quickly. Yellow is particularly recommended for patients with skin problems. It can...

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