Your Ancient Symbol Card for February 10th is Altruism

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Altruism

Altruism denotes the noble act of giving to those in need without the expectation of a return. The act of giving has been seen as one of humankind’s greatest attributes throughout history. It is honored in nearly every culture. To give is a gift to both those who receive and those who give. Giving is usually associated with addressing the material needs of others, but the gift given can take many forms such as wisdom or protection or simply a shoulder to cry on.

As a daily card, Altruism suggests there are those around you in need of things you can give them. It is a time for you to address the needs of another, or others without regard of profit or acknowledgement of your contribution.

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Your Ancient Symbol Card for December 20 is The Hand

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The Hand

Although the exact meaning may vary, The Hand is a symbol of some form of personal power in many cultures and religions. The presence of The Hand is an indication that your personal powers are at or near their zenith. The Hand suggest a time when you should leave your mark on the world.

As a daily card, The Hand suggest that now is a time for you to leave your mark on the world. Your unique strengths are heightened to a point where you can not only expect to make substantial progress towards your goals, but enjoy recognition for your efforts as well.

Your Ancient Symbol Card for Dec. 16th is The Medicine Bowl

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The Medicine Bowl

The Medicine Bowl is an essential shaman’s vessel for preparing and dispensing sacred blends of herbs and other items used to keep both clan and individuals physically and spiritually healthy. Often The Medicine Bowl and the hallowed potions made with it are cornerstones to tribal ceremonies and member’s rites of passage. The Medicine Bowl represents both the practical and spiritual aspects of healing the body and cleansing the soul through the use of natural remedies and the affirmation of your spiritual self. In a broader sense, The Medicine Bowl symbolizes the health of a clan and strengthening of  ties within the clan.

As a daily card, The Medicine Bowl suggests that now may be a good time for you to take a holistic approach to ensuring both your physical and spiritual self are in top form. If there has been strife within your core social circle lately, the appearance of The Medicine Bowl suggest the time is right for your group to reaffirm their basic connection to both the group as a whole and the individuals within it.

Your Ancient Symbol Card for November 6 is The Hand

Your Ancient Symbol Card for November 6

The Hand

Although the exact meaning may vary, The Hand is a symbol of some form of personal power in many cultures and religions. The presence of The Hand is an indication that your personal powers are at or near their zenith. The Hand suggest a time when you should leave your mark on the world.

Daily Feng Shui Tip for August 21 – ‘Senior Citizen Day’

There’s no better time than ‘Senior Citizen Day’ to share some Feng Shui symbols that promote longevity and health. The Chinese believe that there is no good luck without long life, and almost every Chinese prayer and greeting includes the wish for longevity! One way to enjoy a smooth slide through life is to display an image or statue of a crane. Considered the bird of immortality, the crane is also strongly associated with long life and happiness. His symbolic presence in your home is also thought to bring harmony and happiness into that space. As well, the pine tree could be considered the strongest of the symbols of inner strength, vitality and permanence. This tree is steadfast and strong and represents the fortitude associated with long-lasting achievement. So display an image of a pine tree (or grow the real deal) anywhere around your house to activate energies of longevity and long life. Bamboo has also long been regarded an excellent symbol of longevity for its durability and ability to bend but not break. This symbolizes the way all difficulties of life should be handled, as the bamboo can adapt and go with the flow and it always survives. It is considered a great idea to hang images or paintings of bamboo in the office in order to ensure both career longevity and good fortune.

By Ellen Whitehurst for Astrology.com