Swastika is sacred symbol of spiritual principles in Hinduism, Buddhism and Janism
The name swastika comes from Sanskrit and denotes "conducive to well being or auspicious"
Unfortunately in the western world through wicked corruption and of the it became a symbol of antisemitism and terror. In many countries and people's minds, the swastika is viewed as a symbol of racial supremacy, great terror and horrific crimes.
When I first saw it in India, I was shocked! It was everywhere, proudly displayed on shop fronts, in holy places and temples, only later I understood how Hitler has taken this power symbol, reversed it and used it for destructive purposes... But the swastika does not have any inherent meaning; the symbolism is constructed by the people who use them.
So here I was faced with it everywhere and also with an inner conflict, of which reality or symbolism should I subscribe to? The one that evoked sadness, regret, fear, shame, anger or the one that represents good fortune, auspiciousness...? Fear or love?
The choice was easy.
Not meaning to disregard history, but my intention is to hold more and more love in my
We always have a choice how we look at things, if we can be in a state of and or anger and resentment.
It's just that when we are in a place of and understanding we can be more productive and useful to things for the better, for the next generations... ♥ #forgiveness #love #change #acceptance #soul #peace #consciousness