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The Lotus Flower- A Symbol of Hope

DSCF5448ReflectionsLRMost people equate the lotus flower to the Yoga world or to Buddism.  The Lotus Flower has many significant sacred meanings in Hinduism, Egyptianism and even in early Christianity.  In Saint Thomas of the Cross depictions you can see the Lotus Flower shown underneath the cross while a dove rests above it.  To me it has a special significance as a reminder and a symbol of hope.

Here is this beautiful flower often with its blossoms standing tall above the water.  It’s stem and stock are sturdy and resilient even though it grows from the bottom of river bottoms and ponds and most often, in the muddiest of waters.    Every time I see a picture of a Lotus Flower my spirit feels lighter, more hopeful and steadfast.  To me it’s a symbol of hope.  At night, the blossoms retreat and curl in on themselves only to bloom with the sunrise.  It reminds me that no matter where we come from, what are past has been or the life we have had up to this point, we still bloom.  Just as sure as the sun will rise and set and the lotus flower petals curl and blossom; we still bloom!

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Carolan Dickinson is a psychic medium, angel communicator, teacher, and author of her debut women’s fiction novel, Three Full Moons (scheduled for release in late 2019). She is also the author of the bestsellers 52 Weeks of Gratitude Journal (2018), 111-Morning Meditations-Start Your Day with Intention (2017), and Walking with the Archangels (2015). Her first love is doing private readings and helping people discover their own gifts and talents. She teaches intuitive and personal development classes both in-person and online. In her free time, you will find her in a yoga class, reading, or walking and talking with the archangels. To work with Carolan or follow her weekly archangel blog, please visit https://www.carolandickinson.com You can find her on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/carolandickinson or on Instagram @carolandickinson

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