Signifying the freedom to ride and putting aside life's worries. We ride for joy, curiosity, speed, adventure, discovery, comradery, wildlife and weather. Riding is the ultimate freedom for those who want the ultimate view.
The Fleur de Lis (Flower of Lily) has long stood as an ancient symbol for royalty, strength, liberty, power, wisdom, female virtue and spirituality. New life as the lily flower springs forth with her sturdy stem represents the grounding presence of the creator in one's life.
The Raven has long been described as the symbol of change and transformation. Ravens are the keeper of secrets helping us determine answers to our thoughts and assisting us to resolve situations we are unwilling to face ultimately leading us to a path of positive solutions..
Part of Mexican and Central American culture, sugar skulls are traditionally created in honor of departed loved ones. The gesture is not only meant to recognize those who have passed on but also helps the departed souls spirit return for the Day of the Dead celebration.
True sisterhood cannot be forced, it is developed with patience, reciprocity, encouragement, trust, love, kindness and loyalty. It is a bond between females not always blood related. 'Love is the essence of being a woman we must be the light of love that seals the bond and unique beauty of Sisterhood." Bindu-
The Raven Spirit Animal assures us of impending change. He brings with him the ability to bend time and spaceat the perfect monent. Ravens signify rebirth, renewal, reflection, and healing. Casting light into the darkness the raven guides us in smooth transitions and transformations.
Often, we are pulled by forces not in step with our person values and authentic self, leading us away from our true north. Following your true north enables you to find your way from your head to your heart, ultimately leading you to a state of alignment with the divine source. Following your internal compass guides you intuitively and charts your course to a fulfilling destiny leaving you never lost.