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Everything affects everything. In this universe, when one thing changes, everything changes. Hence the great power of human beings to change the world, changing himself ~Nisargadatta

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Nature Mandala Art Print No. 194

Mandala Art - Fine Art Nature Mandala Print by Allison Trentelman.

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Morroccan Stars Mandala

Limited edition laser carved mandalas hand crafted by Jesse Poulin. Available in silver birch, which has a rich texture and reflects light to create a brilliant depth of field. 17 inches in diameter a

I would seriously advise against the use of these symbols for "casual" purposes, i.e. tattoos. Protect yourselves. Connect yourselves. Empower yourselves. The use of demon sigils is supposed to be temporary, not permanent. A permanent link to a demon is folly. Please do not tattoo these icons.

"Truth, like gold, is to be obtained not by its growth, but by washing away from it all that is not gold." - Leo Tolstoy Alchemy / Sacred Geometry

i know that at the bottom its describing planetary alignments and the eye either symbolizes some form of higher being or god. the bird with its wings spread out could be the god too/the sun

Jung's First Mandala. "This is the first mandala I constructed in the year 1916, wholly unconscious of what it meant." ~ Carl Jung.

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"Magic" folio by Grady McFerrin from Religion and the Decline of Magic by Keith Thomas. It describes the relationship between the occult and Christianity in England in the 16th and 17th centuries | Alchemy | Harry Potter | Illustration | Potions | Medieval Notebook

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"There is no one in the universe more dear to us than ourselves. The mind may travel in a thousand directions, but it will find no one else more beloved. The moment you see how important it is to love yourself, you will stop making others suffer." Thich Nhat Hanh