CELTIC BELIEF! According to Celtic spiritual tradition, the soul shines all around the body like a luminous cloud. When you are very open ~ appreciative and trusting ~ with another person, your two souls flow together. This deeply felt bond with another person means you have found your anam cara, or "Soul Friend." Your anam cara always beholds your light and beauty, and accepts you for who you truly are.
Serch Bythol, a symbol of undying love, is not as well known as the Claddagh, but no less significant. It is formed by two triskeles. Triskeles are a triangular Celtic knot symbolizing life everlasting. Placed side by side, they create an endless, graceful flow of lines. The three points of the triskele can represent the three aspects of man – body, mind, and spirit. Two triskeles together in Serch Bythol becomes two bodies, two minds, and two spirits acting as one.
The Celtic knot is said to stand for "no beginning, no ending, and the continuation of everlasting love" and/or "the binding together of two souls or spirits for eternity." Many Christians choose this symbol as a sign of their enduring love on special occasions such as Valentine's Day, Mother's Day, and the famous Wedding Day.
The Celtic trinity knot is a very simple, but powerful symbol and very suitable for a tattoo. It is a triangle knot, the 3 corners have various meanings: •Christian: Father, Son and Holy Spirit •Pagan: Mother, Crone and Maiden •New age: Mind, body and spirit