Unlock your Superpowers with Positive Symbols
Symbols are potent energies that alter emotions and behaviors. Become your best version by surrounding yourself with a powerful and positive symbology.
How it Works
Symbols Affect Emotions and Drive Behaviors
Advertisement and entertainment industries spend millions of dollars every year to use the right symbols in their products. Why? Because they know that symbols influence emotions, and consequently, behavior.
1. Ambient Scanning
Your eyes scan everything around you, bringing to your awareness only the information that supports your beliefs and values.
2. Filtering Information
At the same time, the subconscious perceives all symbols, capturing their archetypal information regardless of your beliefs.
3. Chemical Reactions
This involuntary process generates neurotransmitters like endorphins that incites euphoria or serotonin that reliefs stress.
4. Behavior Triggered
Then, your emotional state is stimulated; consequently, your behavior changes. The more you get exposed to the same symbol, the stronger its effect.
What we do
Wall Art as Personal Development Tool
Symbols are being used to influence sales and shape collective belief systems; why can’t they be used as a personal development tool? That’s why we design our posters using spiritual, positive symbols that beautify your home, office, and spaces while helping on your self-actualization journey.
Be Clued Up
Symbolic Literacy is Essential to Understand the World
In addition to our soulful wall art, we share uplifting knowledge so that together we create a better world. Therefore we also created Elumina Blog. It’s a place to investigate the brains’ mysteries, the deep meaning of symbols, and find inspiration on the most creative minds.
Your beliefs become your thoughts, that become your words, that become your actions, your actions become your habits, habits become your values, thus become your destiny.Mahatma Gandhi
Who’s Behind the Veil?
Tatiana is a set designer for cinema and photoshoots. Roberto, a creative director, and free thinker. We are inspired by the Platonic Idealism, Pythagorean School, Nefertiti, and Akhenaten.