Celtic Fractal Mandala Your Time 2017 Calendar Poster
Purple Celtic Mandala Create the Life You Want Year at a glance Poster Calendar for 2017. The mandala has a traditional Celtic Knot at the centre, representing the never-ending cycle of life and eternal love. In shades of green gold silver purple and black a fractal pattern is interwoven with metallic gold Celtic mystical symbols such as the four-sided shield knot representing strength and protection, the mystical 7 pointed star, the spiritual trinity and the Triskele. The words are what I believe we all want to be reminding ourselves of every day of the year. "Create the life you want." Not the life you fell into, or the life others want you to lead, but the life YOU want. It's your life, your movie, your write the script and don't let anyone else write your lines. Celtic knots are an ancient Celtic traditional art form and are usually characterized by having no beginning and no end, and symbolize eternal love and the never-ending cycle of life. It has been found to be a favourite symbol in many any civilizations and with many practitioners of magic or mysticism today. The four-sided shield knot represents protection. A perfect symbol on a case custom made to protect your most precious device. The Triskellion or Triple Spiral is one of the oldest known Celtic symbols. What the symbol meant to the pagan Celts remains a mystery, but, as Christianity rose to the forefront in Ireland before the 5th century, AD, the triskele took on new meaning, as a symbol of the Trinity (i.e., Father, Son, and Holy Spirit) and a symbol of eternity. Its popularity continues today as a decorative symbol of faith for Christians of Celtic descent around the world. Neopagan religions use the symbol to represent a variety of triplicities from their belief systems. The triple spiral, or Triskele, is one of the main symbols of Celtic Reconstructionist Paganism, often standing for the "three realms" - Land, Sea and Sky, or Body, Mind and Spirit. Some Celtic-inspired Wiccans also use the triple spiral symbol to represent the concept of the triple goddess. Mandalas are a favourite symmetrical artistic tradition in both the Indian and Celtic Cultures The four-sided knot is like a shield and represents strength and protection.