I think you’ll agree with me when I say that Elephant is probably one of the biggest and strongest animals on our planet.
Elephant is not always the most graceful creature, though it still gives majesty a good name and therefore it is known as a Royal Animal.
A stone tablet discovered in Greece once read...
Plato told me that everything I needed to know about life can be seen in elephants.
Tender, strong, silly and smart, elephants tug at our emotions and, perhaps, we at theirs.
Watch any elephant closely and you’ll quickly notice intelligence in their eyes, as well as the sense of playfulness.
Elephants have a positive symbolic meaning all over the world and are considered a symbol of good luck, power, success wisdom and experience.
Because elephants are highly social animals, they are also considered to be a symbol of loyalty, companionship and unity.
You might be wondering:
What would be the best way to bring all of these powerful elephant attributes into my life?
In this article I am going to tell you everything you need to know about true power and spiritual meaning of these beautiful animals and introduce you to some of the best ideas to bring that energy into your life.
In many cultures elephants are regarded as Gods and believed to be symbols of luck and good fortune.
Why Are Elephants Lucky?
The lucky elephant origins can be discovered in Southeast Asia and India where they are worshipped and embraced in many spiritual depictions.
The Hindu God Ganesha who is pictured with an elephant head is considered as a God of luck, success and wisdom.
The God Indra is mostly seen with a strong, white elephant by his side.
In the early 20th century, in place of the Lord Ganesha, the elephant itself was taken as a symbol of fortune by American society.
Many people now believe that if elephant trunk is up, then elephant will shower blessings and good fortune and that is the main reason we normally place statues of elephants at our doorstep or various elephant decorations, such as elephant tapestry, around the house.
The proverb goes, place a lucky elephant at the entry to your home to stay away from ill fortune.
Elephants are recognized for their compassionate and altruistic treatment of each other.
Perhaps some of our interest in these creatures is based on the fact that elephants and humans have a great deal in common:
Today elephants need us to stop cutting down their forests.
They also need us to stop killing them for ivory.
Elephants have a simple jobs to do in the forest and they are very important to maintain entire ecosystem in good balance
Despite many efforts to halt the ivory trade, an African elephant population estimated at 1.3 million in 1979 has fallen to 400,000 today.
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