Ohm symbol explanation. It's inspiring how such simple ink scratches could have such a grand meaning. My new tattooooo

Ohm symbol explanation. It's inspiring how such simple ink scratches could have such a grand meaning. My new tattooooo

"To stop suffering, stop greediness. Greediness is a source of suffering." - Buddha.  (Bali - Ubud, The Lost Temple)

"To stop suffering, stop greediness. Greediness is a source of suffering." - Buddha. (Bali - Ubud, The Lost Temple)

Lakshmi is the mother goddess, and the consort of Vishnu. She is the patron of wealth (both material and spiritual), prosperity, good fortune and is the embodiment of beauty and grace. In this form, she is bestowing gold coins of prosperity and the elephants flanking her represent her royal power.

Lakshmi is the mother goddess, and the consort of Vishnu. She is the patron of wealth (both material and spiritual), prosperity, good fortune and is the embodiment of beauty and grace. In this form, she is bestowing gold coins of prosperity and the elephants flanking her represent her royal power.

Ganesha: Lord of New Beginnings, Remover of Obstacles.....Ganesha should be every Counselors favorite Hindu God !!!

Ganesha: Lord of New Beginnings, Remover of Obstacles.....Ganesha should be every Counselors favorite Hindu God !!!

Mudra -symbolic or ritual gesture in Hinduism and Buddhism. While some mudrās involve the entire body, most are performed with the hands and fingers.

Mudra -symbolic or ritual gesture in Hinduism and Buddhism. While some mudrās involve the entire body, most are performed with the hands and fingers.

Beautifull Khamsa  ~ A universal sign of good luck and to ward of evil.

Beautifull Khamsa ~ A universal sign of good luck and to ward of evil.

The Gayatri Mantra I have this tattooed on my left forearm. A reminder of sorts, and the shanti mantra on the right forearm:)

The Gayatri Mantra I have this tattooed on my left forearm. A reminder of sorts, and the shanti mantra on the right forearm:)

The Hindus believe in karma, which is when you do something good, you'll get good later, but if you do something bad, you'll pay for it with bad luck also.

The Hindus believe in karma, which is when you do something good, you'll get good later, but if you do something bad, you'll pay for it with bad luck also.

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