Ceramic Spiral Goddess 222g

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Ceramic Swirl Tree Goddess 222g

This beautiful Ceramic Spiral Goddess can be used as a display piece in your studio!

With the spiral from its outermost sphere going in, you are going to hit a dead end sooner or later, this means disconnecting from the bigger picture and stagnating progress.

Another important symbolism present in the Ceramic Spiral Goddess is the way her hands are held above her head.

It’s poignant imagery that comes in contrast to the usual depiction of women holding their hands clasped down in front in order to conceal their lady parts.

This time, the Spiral Goddess allows herself to be fully exposed, to symbolize feminine power and the reclamation of everything powerful about her.

The reverse is decorated with spirals, moons, stars, and grain.

She can be displayed with the bowl to the front or behind her.

Paint, decorate or customize your piece to your own individual style!

Sculptural images may be symbolic on a number of levels.

Apart from conventional symbols, such as those of heraldry and other insignia.

The simplest and most straightforward kind of sculptural symbol is that in which an abstract idea is represented by means of allegory and personification.

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Description

Ceramic Spiral Goddess 222g

This Ceramic Spiral Goddess, as a symbol of feminine power, fertility, life cycles, celebration, and surrender.

It serves as a visual reminder for women everywhere that the unique power they hold within is not something to be feared or hidden in shame, but something to be welcomed with open arms and a willingness to let all of its moulds and transform them into a different version of themselves.

A Goddess is a female deity.

Goddesses have been linked with virtues such as beauty, love, sexuality, motherhood, creativity, and fertility (exemplified by the ancient mother-goddess cult).

In some faiths, a sacred female figure holds a central place in religious prayer and worship.

This symbol is common imagery in Paganism and Wicca and is used liberally by worshippers of the Goddess.

The most important and distinctive feature of this goddess symbol is the spiral drawn on the belly of the woman.

As one of the oldest signs that have existed in nature before the majority of the languages and alphabets we know today, spirals have taken on many different definitions across cultures and centuries.

They’re a popular Celtic symbol and can be seen on ancient structures dating back thousands of years.

More than anything, though, spirals represent the constant evolution of nature and life. The lines symbolize progress and constant motion, as you can virtually draw a spiral that goes on and on and never ends, at the same time, it represents cycles and journeys like the continuous cycle of life itself.

In relation to the Spiral Goddess, you’ll notice that the spiral is either drawn right in the centre of the woman’s belly or just below it, in the navel area.

In the latter case, it could represent the woman’s menstrual cycle or the birth of new life from a mother’s womb, either way, it represents the power of women to reproduce and bring forth new life.

With the spiral from its outermost sphere going in, you are going to hit a dead end sooner or later, this means disconnecting from the bigger picture and stagnating progress. It is related to spiralling down, or when things get worse and worse all the way to a point of no return.

Another important symbolism present in the Spiral Goddess is the way her hands are held above her head.

It’s poignant imagery that comes in contrast to the usual depiction of women holding their hands clasped down in front in order to conceal their lady parts.

This time, the Spiral Goddess allows herself to be fully exposed, to symbolize feminine power and the reclamation of everything powerful about her.

May it be her menstrual cycle, her sexual desires, her reproductive organs, her pregnancy, or the flow of her chakra from the core out to the world, the Spiral Goddess leaves it all in plain view instead of hiding everything that makes her special, unique, and strong. Instead of cowering in fear or shame about the natural progress of her body and life, the Spiral Goddess stands steadfast and claims her entire being.

Additional information

Weight 222 g
Dimensions 6 × 5 × 21 cm

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