Flower wrist band tattoo

 

Peony Tattoo

Peony symbolizes wealth, good fortune, and prosperity. Peony is a strong symbol of beauty, fragility and transitory nature of existence. Furthermore, they depict that getting great rewards is only possible by taking great risks.

When you combine the beauty of a flower with the edginess of a wrist tattoo you have a winning combination for a feminine and unique design. Flower tattoos remain a popular choice for many reasons.

Adding to their obvious beauty is the individual meanings of the flowers. Some flowers represent love and friendship, while others have associations of new life and peace. While their personal significance may remain a secret, their beauty can be shared with others. Whether you adore a certain blossom for its true beauty or appreciate the sentiment behind it, the following wrist tattoo ideas are perfect for brainstorming your first or next petaled tattoo.

The pairing is known as Karajishi and the lion’s ferocity is tempered by the peony’s beauty.

Peony Tattoo

Peony is a flower with a deep history of veneration and cultivation for many centuries. For example in China and Japan, the peony is a symbolic floral with similar meaning to the lotus, chrysanthemum and cherry blossom.

Peony is a symbol of wealth. Also remember that in China and Japan people used stone lions to guard sacred places, homes, Palaces, and temples and therefore the peony and the lion combination are not accidental.

Peony can be placed as a tattoo design in various way. They may portray the peony flower alone or combined with other elements and symbols. Peony was deep red in color as a tattoo design. Over time, the tattoo designs changed to include peonies in shades of orange, white, yellow and pink.

Furthermore, Peony flower tattoos may portray purple and blue color. As a result, you should be able to select the color that you want.

If you are more into color symbolism, you should be able to select a color that will represent you.

Amazing Lotus Mandala Tattoo

Lotus Mandala Tattoo
The Lotus flower meaning is shared across several cultures. In Buddhism, the lotus flower rising and blooming above the murk to symbolizes enlightenment and spiritual awakening.

Lotus Mandala Tattoo

When you consider the various meanings of the lotus, it’s obvious why it shows up in so many mandalas. Its particularly common in meditation designs that adherents stare at for hours on end to work towards reaching enlightenment.
The artwork either features a limited number of petals with other meanings, like eight or nine to represent the sacredness of these numbers, additional geometric symbols used to symbolize the true number.

The Top 5 Most Popular Mandalas Featuring Lotuses

There are hundreds of lotus mandalas to choose from, so let start with the five most popular & common designs before diving in too deep.

  1. Garbhadhatu Mandala – This symbolizes the Buddhist Womb Realm, where many deities from Japanese and Chinese sects of Buddhism reside. Dozens of deities surround the central lotus, making it difficult to recreate due to all the fine details.
  2. Sri Yantra – Yantras are esoteric works of art very similar to mandalas. This yantra features sixteen lotus petals surrounding a complicated set of interlocking triangles, and it symbolizes non-duality.
  3. Nava Padma Mandala – A very lotus-centric design with a large flower in the center used for Parameshwara initiation ceremonies.
  4. Ganesha Yantra – This Hindu symbol represents the deity known as Ganesha or Ganapati, who clears away obstacles for devotee.
  5. The Trident Yantra – A symbol of the wrathful and warlike aspect of Shiva, this symbol pairs a peaceful lotus with a pointy trident to show the resolution of contradictions like war & peace.