We have a natural human tendency where we think there is always a bigger and better deal. The grass is always greener on the other side of the fence. The reason for this is we struggle to be grateful for what we have. In addition to that we always look for someone or something to save us. Be our savior. Im going to show you how see past that halo effect of new things, new situations, new jobs, new people or just new opportunities. Im not telling you to not go after new opportunities or new things. Im just going to show you how to think it over and see if the grass is truly greener on the other side of the fence.
Ariadne’s thread is thought to be logic itself. Most mythologist say it is anything you use to get out of a bad situation. As a matter of fact, I was told “Ariadne’s thread” and “trial and error” are the same thing. They are partially right. What they don’t understand is the sacred feminine, your intuition, is hardly ever wrong.
Like a lot of other animals there is so much symbolism for the peacock. People’s imagination can run wild and dedicate any trait they want to the peacock. This is one of the most beautiful birds on the planet, so most think the bird symbolizes beauty. It also sheds it feathers every year so some say it represents rebirth. Let’s get on with the true occult symbolism of the peacock. Continue reading “The Peacock”
Mirrors reflect light so they reflect the world around us. Light is symbolic of illumination, awareness and wisdom, so some will say the mirror reflects truth. I have shown in my Ankh post that the Ankh in ancient Egypt was actually a mirror. The mirror is a threshold between the conscious mind and the unconscious mind. The mirror is one of the most ancient symbols, so we really need to understand what it means. Continue reading “The Mirror”