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The lotus flower, a type of water lily, is held sacred among
many of the world's religions and cultures. With its roots in the mud, the
lotus flower rises through the murky water to blossom clean and bright,
symbolizing rebirth, resurrection and cleansing. Lotus flower has been
associated with the human soul, gods and goddesses and featured in stories
and legends. The lotus flower meaning ranges from divine purity and
enlightenment, as in Buddhism, wealth, as in Hinduism, to rebirth, as in the
Meaning and Buddhism:
Symbolizing the Buddhist purity, resurrection and the
enlightened being who emerges undefiled from the chaos and illusion of the
world. The eight-pedaled Lotus Flower meaning cosmic harmony, and the
thousand-pedaled Lotus Flower meaning spiritual illumination. In Taoism and
Buddhism, the Lotus flower holds a supreme position. The Lotus Flower
meaning pure and noble in Buddhism is considered sacred. In Buddhism the
lotus flower symbolizes faithfulness. The golden Lotus Flower meaning that
is mentioned in Buddhist sutras, is the symbol for the achievement of
Meaning and Feng Shui:
In Feng Shui the Lotus Flower meaning is associated with love
and marriage and is often used for love, relationship and bedroom Feng Shui.
The Lotus is used to attract health , harmony and lucky to the home . The
Lotus Flower in Feng Shui practice is believed to induce people with more
noble, upright ,honest characteristics.
The Lotus Flower meaning the Harbinger-of-spring, has long
been considered a symbol of happiness, love and hope. The lotus is a symbol
of change or transformation, joy and love. The Lotus Flower will promote
spiritual awareness, and love.
Meanings and Chinese Paintings:
The Chinese see the Lotus Flower meaning a gentleperson, who
keeps themselves clean, alive and healthy in a dirty environment.
Essentially the Chinese lotus flower represents creative power and purity
amid adverse surroundings. The lotus flower paintings is to open us up to
beauty and light. A lotus flower painting acts as a reminder of the miracle
life and is said to aid both spiritual and practical understanding of Tao.