Lotus/Floral Tattoo Design
As mentioned earlier, the lotus flower is an ultimate symbol of personal emotional, and physical strength. The lotus design is suitable for both men and women and represents power, strength, endurance, and one’s ability to overcome life’s struggles.
Besides, what tattoo symbolizes strength and courage?
The lion is the archetypal animal representing strength as well as courage. It also symbolizes Leo, the fifth sign of the zodiac. Born under the sign of Leo, the singer Demi Lovato has a lion’s face tattooed on her right hand.
Considering this, what symbolizes growth and strength?
The phoenix, a compass, a butterfly, the phases of the moon, the tree of life, and wings are deep symbols of strength and growth.
What symbolizes overcoming struggle?
The lotus symbolizes growing and overcoming obstacles, hardship, and whatever life throws at you.
The blue iris is the one symbolizing hope and faith. On a darker note, anemone indicates fading hope and a feeling of having been forsaken. Aquilegia or columbine flowers are often seen in Christian symbolism. Honor and faithfulness are another symbols associated with these flowers, going hand in hand with strength.
The lion is known to symbolize power, masculinity, leadership, and strength. For thousands of years, the lion has been recognized by humans as a thing of beauty but also something we should fear.
The dawn of not only a new year, but a whole new decade, brings with it a time of reflection. A time where we acknowledge the things we’re grateful for, the things we could have done better, and the things we’d like to change as we journey ahead on life’s path.
- While not all tattoos have to have meaning, many get inked with meanings behind them, and most of those meanings are represented through symbols of good luck. Shooting stars. …
- 777. …
- Four-leaf clover. …
- Acorn. …
- Ankh. …
- Axe. …
- Lucky bamboo. …
- Crossed fingers.
The Lotus flower is regarded in many different cultures, especially in eastern religions, as a symbol of purity, enlightenment, self-regeneration and rebirth. Its characteristics are a perfect analogy for the human condition: even when its roots are in the dirtiest waters, the Lotus produces the most beautiful flower.
Some common symbols of bravery include lions, arrows, circles, dragons, eagles and anchors. One very interesting symbol of bravery is the ant and it symbolizes strong workers. The lion symbolizes ferocity, power and strength. Arrows symbolize power, knowledge and swiftness.