The meaning of colours and symbols
The eight auspicious Buddhist symbols
- Precious Umbrella: protects from all evil
- Golden Fish: representing happiness and beings rescued from the sea of suffering
- Vase of Treasures: a sign of the fulfilment of spiritual and material desires
- Lotus Flower: symbol of purity and spiritual unfolding
- Conch Shell: proclaims the teachings of the enlightened
- Infinite Knot: symbolizes the meditative mind and the infinite knowledge of the Buddha
- Victory Banner: symbolizes the victory of wisdom over ignorance and the overcoming of obstacles
- Dharma Wheel: symbol of spiritual and universal law
What does the “flag” represent: guidance, example to follow, travelling forward, striving to be ahead.
The meaning of the red-yellow colours
Both carry solar content, which primarily reinforces the qualities of creative will, action, initiative, healthy self-assertion. Yellow conveys all of these with a more subtle attitude, while red is more forceful and thus reflects more strongly in this form.
The meaning of red-blue colours
This colour combination is the most harmonious expression of the dual nature of the world (sun-moon, fire-water, active-passive, emanating, receptive, male-female, etc.). It is therefore a carrier of balance and equality. Red is symbolic of strong intention, blue of the wise transmission of intention. In this composition, it supports the success of implementation.
Meaning of red-green colours
The solar, active creativity of red, combined with the expressive, eloquent quality of green, supports the verbal or non-verbal (formal) expression of actions.
Meaning of yellow-red colours
Both carry solar content, which primarily reinforces the qualities of creative will, action, initiative, healthy self-assertion. Yellow conveys these with a more subtle attitude, while red is more powerful and thus reflects the realisation in this form.
Meaning of yellow-green colours
Yellow’s solarity indicates a less emphatic intention to act, while green represents the expression of the intention that has been set in motion. Green symbolises the vertical and horizontal flow of vegetation, fertility and renewal. In this colour composition, it supports the expression of action through success.
Meaning of yellow-violet/brown colours
The yellow-violet colours support the implementation of balanced decisions made with deliberation and subtle momentum. Brown conveys success on the ground of realities.
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