The Elephant in the Room

By: Anita Rosenberg – Spiritualist
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In India, everyone has an elephant in the room. Elephants can be seen as statues on their shrines or motifs on bedding, clothing and even rug designs
When an elephant painting appears at the entrance of a home or palace it means a marriage or significant celebration took place. 
Elephants also make personal appearances during rush hour (every hour of every day in India is rush hour) as you navigate your way dodging camels, bulls, cows, goats and donkeys. Yes, those fabulous elephants are everywhere.

Elephants are associated with the head of the family and known to grant wishes. They are one of Buddha’s most sacred treasures and possess: Strength, Wisdom, Carefulness, Longevity and High standards.

These mighty pachyderms once ruled the jungle as the chief mode of transportation in Southeast Asia. Their large flat feet were perfect for jungle treks and they were hard workers who rarely complained. In the early 1900’s over ten thousand elephants worked in the logging industry. Today, logging has been outlawed and elephants are used strictly for tourism.  In ancient India, royals kept elephants in their stables. They were used in war or rode as royal transport. Maharajas also kept elephants around for their inherent magic qualities.  

  • Elephant statues make wishes come true
  • They symbolize long life and high morals
  • Make sure your elephant is happy with his trunk raised
Elephants enhance fertility
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