|Yin-yang the four qualities:Yin and yang describe the polar effects of phenomena. Yin-yang are Mutually Rooted. Yin-yang Mutually Transform. The Yin and yang aspects are in dynamic equilibrium.
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|Below you will find information that supports:
a. the color choice of purple
b. the symbolism of the crowns (one of fire, one of ice) worn by the mythological figures of humanity in the logo of Feast on Peace®
c. the design of the cup, Yin-yang.
Then the mountain rose before me
By the deep well of desire
From the fountain of forgiveness
Beyond the ice and the fire
This verse from Dante's Prayer by Loreena McKennitt, sets the tone for all the other thoughts that I have chosen to help in sharing the vision, the dream for peace, through participating in the Feast on Peace® initiative. There are two aspects to the Feast on Peace® initiative:
One is participating in the forty day fast from one thing harmful in our lives to Feast on Peace®.
The second is to use the Feast on Peace® cup to continually manifest the intention to Feast on Peace® for ourselves and others. Each time we lift the cup to our lips to drink will be, visually and symbolically, a reminder to pay attention to what we are taking into ourselves. It is about the daily practice to Feast on Peace®. Thank you for taking time to allow yourself to read and listen to the intention of this vision and dream to Feast on Peace®.
--------The primary symbol of The Color Purple by Alice Walker: is found in the title, The Color Purple. The significance of the color purple is that it stands for human hope. It is a miraculous color, when found in nature, and one which indicates that the feeling of hope, despite misery, is a miracle of the human spirit.
--------Christ’s robe: Purple was the color of Christ’s robe, put upon him during his trial to be crucified. Symbolically, even though this royal purple robe was put on Him in mockery, this color was to symbolize the destruction of a kingdom built upon greed, hatred and fear and the establishment of a new kingdom; A kingdom of sacred Peace, where Hope, Mercy, Compassion, Justice and Forgiveness are the predominate life giving forces, inclusive of all people.
Royalty and Spirituality: Purple is royalty. A mysterious color, purple is associated with both nobility and spirituality. The opposites of hot red and cool blue combine to create this intriguing color. Purple was a rare and very costly color to reproduce in ancient times, therefore the color worn by royalty.
Purple is the color of good judgment. It is the color of people seeking spiritual fulfillment. It is said if you surround yourself with purple you will have peace of mind. Purple is a good color to use in meditation.
Purple has been used to symbolize magic and mystery, as well as royalty. Being the combination of red and blue, the warmest and coolest colors, purple is believed to be the ideal color. Most children love the color purple. Purple is the color most favored by artists.
The Hebrew equivalent is 'argaman; Greek porphura. The latter word refers to the source of the dye, namely, a shell-fish found on the shores of the Mediterranean.
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