We are in a Bubble - Our wings are clipped.
Wings are the instruments that allow us to soar above the ground and fly free.
We fly in our dreams, meditations, and thoughts about ascending from the reality of third dimension.
We soar to new heights each day as we create goals for ourselves that bring healing and meaning to our lives.
Wings have been a symbol of transcendence throughout the history of humanity.
The Phoenix ... She who rises from the ashes or creational flame to bring us to new realities.
Creational symbols and metaphors of Winged Gods and Beings are part of most mythological tales.
The Faravahar is the spirit of human being that had existed before his/her birth and will continue to exist after his/her death. The FaravaharŐs face resembles the face of human being and therefore, indicates its connection to mankind. There are two wings which have three main feathers. These main feathers indicate three symbols of 'good reflection,' 'good words,' and 'good deed,' which are at the same time the motive of flight and advancement.
The lower part of the Faravahar consists of three parts, representing 'bad reflection,' 'bad words,' and 'bad deed' which causes misery and misfortune for human beings. There are two loops at the two sides of the Faravahar, which represent 'Sepanta Minu,' and 'Angra Minu.' The former is directed toward the face and the latter is located at the back. This also indicates that we have to proceed toward the good and turn away from bad.
The circle in the middle of the Faravahar trunk indicates that our spirit is immortal, having neither a beginning nor an end and that time is a cycle. One hand of the Faravahar points upwards, showing that we have to struggle to thrive.
The other hand holds a ring. Some interpreters consider that as the ring of covenant, representing loyalty and faithfulness which is the basis of Zarathustra's philosophy.
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