Symbolism: When Butterflies Will Make Side-Leaps

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Interestingly, in many cultures the butterfly is associated with the soul--- further linking our animal symbolism of faith with the butterfly. In Greek myth, Psyche (which literally translates to mean "soul") is represented in the form of a butterfly. Befittingly, Psyche is forever linked with love as she and Eros (the Greek god of love, also known in Roman myth as Cupid) shared an endlessly passionate bond together - both hopelessly in love with the other.
Butterfly is the symbol of change, creativity, freedom, joy and color. Their power is transformation, shape shifting and soul evolution. They represent the element of air, quickly changing and always on the move gracefully. Butterflies are messengers of the moment and come in a wide array of colors, a Powerful transformation, and metamorphosis in a life phase.
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Nature’s hand refers to the strength, warmth, and tenderness of the female goddess (or a mother) who has the power to bestow and add beauty on to her creations as she desires. Nature is therefore seen as some divine force that controls the appearance of her creations, and clearly.
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The ancient Druids saw the bee as symbolizing the sun, the Goddess, celebration, and community. At
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The cloud is a commonly seen design and when repeated in a pattern symbolizes never-ending fortune. Clouds represent divinity, pure thought and pure being, emptiness and everything. Clouds are creations of polar opposites existing as one in such a freedom of being they never become fixed in form, just like the flow of water clouds tell us to be free from everything yet as pure as
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