Meaning of the auspicious Buddhist symbols:
Conch Shell: proclaims the teachings of the enlightened ones
Ashtamangala: “asta” means “eight” and “mangala” means “auspicious”, “auspicious”, “auspicious”, “auspicious”, or “blessing”, “talisman”. This image includes all eight auspicious Buddhist symbols together.
Infinite Knot: symbolising the meditative mind and the infinite knowledge of the Buddha
The “flag” symbolizes guidance, example to follow, journey forward, striving for the edge.
What do the Yellow-red-blue colours represent
Yellow and red carry solar content, which primarily reinforces the qualities of creative will, action, initiative, healthy self-actualization. Yellow represents all of these with a more subtle attitude, while red is more powerful and thus reflects more nuanced realisation in this form. Blue is a symbol of the wise carrying forward of intention.
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