Laura Thielmann

Laura Thielmann

Laura Thielmann
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Quote in depression: I wanted to talk about it. Damn it. I wanted to scream. I wanted to yell. I wanted to shout about it. But all I could was whisper “I’m fine.” www.HealthyPlace.com

Quote in depression: I wanted to talk about it. Damn it. I wanted to scream. I wanted to yell. I wanted to shout about it. But all I could was whisper “I’m fine.” www.HealthyPlace.com

Unalome tattoos are first spiritual symbols. In Buddhism, they are the visual image of reaching enlightnment. The spiral means our struggle with life, while the straight line shows that we have finally found harmony.

Unalome tattoos are first spiritual symbols. In Buddhism, they are the visual image of reaching enlightnment. The spiral means our struggle with life, while the straight line shows that we have finally found harmony.

The symbol is a unalome, a representation of the journey to reach enlightenment. The path starts in the centre of the spiral, and as you continue up or down this path you are wandering, becoming more conscious of your surroundings. When you reach the top of the symbol (the straight line), you have reached enlightenment. Everyone's path is full of twists and turns, life isn't just one straight line ✨#unalome #unalometattoo

The symbol is a unalome, a representation of the journey to reach enlightenment. The path starts in the centre of the spiral, and as you continue up or down this path you are wandering, becoming more conscious of your surroundings. When you reach the top of the symbol (the straight line), you have reached enlightenment. Everyone's path is full of twists and turns, life isn't just one straight line ✨#unalome #unalometattoo

Various Unalome Spiritual Symbols. In Buddhism they are the visual image of reaching enlightenment. The path starts at the center of the spiral, the other spirals represent the struggles in life one has, while the straight line at the top means that they have finally found harmony.

Various Unalome Spiritual Symbols. In Buddhism they are the visual image of reaching enlightenment. The path starts at the center of the spiral, the other spirals represent the struggles in life one has, while the straight line at the top means that they have finally found harmony.