10 Sep Spiritual Symbols
– How to interpret signs and symbols –
The things that we take at face value are often infused with hidden meanings. This is true in the movies we watch, the books we read, and this is also true of our day-to-day universe.
Today, we’re going to talk about how these symbols may be showing up in your life… maybe in very significant ways… and how you can use them to navigate through life’s journey.
I first became interested in symbolism when I read Dan Browne’s novels … Angels & Demons, The Lost Symbol, Da Vinci Code, and all the others. I’m such a fan! His books appeal to millions of people because these stories remind us that there is more to the world than meets the eye. His books are filled with history, secret codes, and symbols that are embedded in paintings, churches, monuments and buildings. The everyday things that we barely notice are often infused with hidden meanings.
And this is also true of our universe. It’s filled with hidden meanings… illusions… and symbols that our angels and guides use to help us along our journey.
I hope today’s podcast inspires you to look at how symbols may be showing up in your life and how you can use them to navigate a successful life journey.
This episode is for you if you wonder …
- What is the difference between the common spiritual symbols and the one’s intended for us, personally
- How to interpret the signs and symbols that you may be getting
- Whether each symbol prompting you to ask something specific
These are spiritual lessons with a practical edge. You can also listen in for the short exercise that’s designed to help you implement this week’s topic.
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