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The Mystical And Spiritual Significance Of Peacocks

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The peacock’s beauty enthralls all. The males are particularly beautiful because of their vast, extravagant, and colorful tails.

It is also a known fact that lots of animals embody spiritual energy. They have divine meanings that direct their existence.

The peacock is heralded as the Bird of Paradise. It symbolizes God’s vision and is known as the animal with the “one hundred eyes”.

The Peacock’s Path

Every winter, the majestic Peacock’s feathers fall off to be replaced by new ones that grow during spring. As such, the peacock also symbolizes Rebirth and renewal in several cultures.

In ancient times, the peacock was thought to have immunity against poisonous animals and plants. It was thought that the bird transforms ingested toxins into its feathers’ radiant colors. India once held the peacock as sacred, and anyone caught killing them would be sentenced to death.

Tibetan Buddhism believes the peacock is a symbol of the bodhisattva. They believe the bird to transcend emotional poison like envy, jealousy, and anger. They are also believed to reside with and guide “ordinary people” to enlightenment.

As such, it is a symbol of good luck and life’s purity. The peacock’s feathers stand for the soul’s purification in the religious ceremonies of Buddhism.

Chinese and Vietnamese cultures look at the peacock as a symbol of fertility, abundance, and prosperity.

A section of Islam believes that when the Light manifests in the Self and looks at the mirror for the first time, it sees the peacock. In Christianity, the peacock’s tail’s patterns have come to mean omniscience.

In theosophical thinking, the peacock is considered to be a sign of wisdom, occult knowledge, and intelligence. The peacock feather’s eye is also connected with the pineal gland which makes it a sacred symbol in spirituality connected with mediumship.

Kurdish Tradition And The Peacock

Melek Taus, or Malik Tous, is one of Yazidi’s religion’s central figures. The term, when translated to English, is “Peacock Angel”. As such, this figure is believed to be one of God’s emanations.

He is a benevolent, good angel as well as the archangels’ leader. He is believed to create the cosmos from a Cosmic egg. As such, he is believed to be the world’s caretaker.

The Energy Of The Peacock At Home

Even as a decoration, the bird can introduce a great amount of energy in your home as well as inside you. Esoterically, the peacock’s image invokes good luck, protection, and courage.

The peacock’s tail’s change symbolizes the ability of energy transmutation. It teaches us that we must change our vision if we want to transform and be elevated.

Moreover, finding a feather of the peacock is believed to bring peace, serenity, harmony, and good luck. So do not miss the chance if you ever find one on your path!

Working with the peacock’s energy can be as simple as simply having a painting, pillow, or fabric printed with the tail’s pattern. Any depiction of the bird can help in channeling the creature’s energy and beautifying your home.

In theosophy, the peacock stands for hidden knowledge and wisdom. The peacock feathers’ “eyes” are believed to represent extrasensory abilities and intuition.

As such, the white peacock represents purity, generosity, peace, and neutrality. One of the shaman’s most ancient orders is that of the White Peacock, of whom Venus is the ruler.

In ancient times, white peacocks also represented Jesus Christ. The reason was that the bird was believed to symbolize life’s longevity, resurrection, and death – these are all concepts associated with Christ.

Furthermore, the bird embodies Christ’s attributes like the heart’s purity, glory, and royalty. The white color of the bird stands for the holy spirit’s energy.

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