Many ancient civilizations saw the Eagle as a symbol of exceptional strength, leadership, and vision. No wonder it is used in several coats of arms around the world.
Eagles are lighter than they look; most of their weight is in the feathers. Their bones are much softer than the bones of mammals.
The archetypal force of the Eagle aids us in reconnecting with our visionary self, allowing us to fly with it to the highest mountains. Places where we often do not even dream of being. When the sun rises, the Eagle reminds us to fly above all, rising to gain a new perspective on life.
Every time you look at the “Wing of Power” poster, think that you are an exceptional person and that you can overcome all limits. Don’t accept the Status Quo, but instead become more than you believe you are capable of.
Warning: Unless you are the owner or CEO of the company, DO NOT put that poster in your office or where someone in a higher professional position could see it. The thing is that the archetypes work unconsciously. Therefore some people could feel challenged or defied by you. The Eagle is a potent archetype, but you should use it carefully.
Wings of Power Wall Art Benefits:
This artwork was designed to enhance your Solar Plexus Chakra. You will:
- Increase your sense of self-worth
- Boost your self-esteem
- Set better boundaries
How to Use this Artwork
In the first 21 days, sit comfortably in front of the poster, breath deep, close your eyes, and intend a positive transformation to your life.
Open your eyes and focus on the artwork for at least 5 minutes; try not to blink your eyes. Meanwhile, feel the energetic exchange of this wall art with your Solar Plexus.
After this period, just by living with the poster, you will continue to receive its energy.
About the Artist
In short, Roberto Simões is a free-thinker always studying Platonic Idealism, Carl G. Jung’s analytical psychology, and the Pythagorean School’s sacred geometry.
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