Gita Meaning and Symbolism
This poster is a tribute to the song “Gita” composed by Raul Seixas and Paulo Coelho.
The composers wrote the song after reading “Bhagavad Gita.” Known as one of the most important texts of Indian culture, written in the 4th century before Christ.
In one passage of the book, Krishna answers Arjuna:
“Of all creations, I am the beginning and the end and also the middle.”
Connecting the book, the song, and Albert Einstein’s quote:
“The distinction between the past, present, and future is only a stubbornly persistent illusion.”
Free yourself from limiting beliefs and live your life to the fullest!
Gita Wall Art Benefits
This artwork was designed to enhance your Root Chakra. You will:
- Feel grounded and supported by the earth
- Live in the present moment
How to Experience this Energy
In the first 21 days, sit comfortably in front of the mandala, breathe deep, close your eyes, and intend a positive transformation to your life.
Open your eyes and focus on the mandala center for at least 5 minutes; try not blink your eyes. While doing so, feel the energetic exchange of this mandala with your Root Chakra.
After this period, just by living with the poster, you will continue to receive its energy. Let the magic happen!
Size: 50×50 cm / 20×20″
Paper: Long-lasting matte archival paper 250 gsm / 110 lb.
Print only. Frame and hanging hardware not included.
About the Artist
In short, Roberto Elumina creates art with sacred geometry and archetypes to awaken the Divine Power within people who want to give their best to the world. Let’s be the transformation we want to see in the world!
Product images are for illustrative purposes only and may slightly differ from the actual product.
This poster reminds us to live in the present moment because there are infinite possibilities for the future, and the past can’t be changed.
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