Reclaiming Symbols and Phrases

Published July 27, 2017 by tindertender

Throughout time, there are certain symbols and phrases that have been utilized for misdeeds. Knowledge of horrific acts are wide-spread, known to many, and symbols are associated with these events. For example the swastika, and its real meaning.

http://www.stephen-knapp.com/swastika_its_real_meaning.htm

“The Swastika is a holy sign and symbol from thousands of years ago. Practically, the only symbol that is more important in the Vedic tradition is the Sanskrit Om Symbol.”

Evil has made practice of claiming sacred symbols and warping the meaning of them, skewing peoples minds, manipulating thought, stripping humanity of its sacredness … one symbol and practice at a time.

It is a difficult to own these symbols and meanings, to practice the spiritual rites that go along with them. There is a lot of push to eliminate certain symbols from those who have suffered much trauma and pain due to the manipulation of sacred signs. The only way to heal, is to reclaim these symbols. Strongly wearing them, and stating for all to see and hear, “Evil has no power, the attempt to strip what is good from us … from this world, will not be.”

In life, there are those who wish to inflict anxiety and self doubt upon people. They have practiced and become very good at doing so. Reacting to these manipulations in a negative light, being vulnerable and going into victim mode, is what gives them power, your power.

Take it back.

Refuse to be part of this sinister game. Only you can decide what has meaning for you, what inspires you and what you hold sacred. When someone comes along and gives a foul meaning to a sacred symbol or practice, and it is absorbed and allowed to take hold, by you, then you cede your power. Reclaim it! This power of what is good does not belong to manipulators!

You are a sanctified and beautiful giver of life! You are a powerful creator who does not need to bow to the will of men. You know this already.

RISE!

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