Who is Ganesha or Ganesh? Where does he come from and what does he mean?

Spiritual Yoga Symbols and What They Mean

Who is Ganesha or Ganesh? Spiritual Yoga Symbols and What they Mean. Mala Kamala Mala Beads - Boho Malas, Mala Beads, Yoga Jewelry, Meditation Jewelry, M

Ganesha- back piece representing the Remover of Obstacles and the Lord of Beginnings, I am also thinking of getting a date incorporated in this piece for a loved one I have lost <3

Ganesha- representing the Remover of Obstacles and the Lord of Beginnings, I am also thinking of getting a date incorporated in this piece for a loved one I have lost

Tattoo Removal - Ganesh: Remover of Obstacles and Patron of the Arts in the Hindu pantheon. ~ TheHealingWalk.com - Quick and Easy Natural Methods & Secrets to Eliminating the Unwanted Tattoo That You’ve Been Regretting for a Long Time

Ganesh: Remover of Obstacles and Patron of the Arts in the Hindu pantheon.

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If you wanna start anything new place first Lord Ganesha. He is "Vighana vinashak" that means He removes every obstacle.

14 Secrets Of Ganesh, Hidden In Plain Sight

14 Secrets Of Ganesh, Hidden In Plain Sight

This is a diagram that describes the symbolism in the Hindu Ganesh symbol. It is one of Hinduism major symbols. It think it is interesting because even the most basic thing can have so many symbols within.

tattoo Hamsa and white elephant by LimKis

M messy tattoo! 👅👀🐘✋🏽‼️🖤 tattoo Hamsa and white elephant by LimKis

"Ganesha is the harbinger of obstacles, but obstacles are not always bad...sometimes they are the answer to our desires."   -unknown

On this pin you see Ganesha. Ganesha has the head of an elephant and is very well-known. He is the god of Knowledge and Wisdom, he takes obstacles away and is the patron of travelers. Ganesha is the son of Shiva and Parvati.

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Ganesha is widely revered as the remover of obstacles, the patron of arts and sciences and the deva of intellect and wisdom. As the god of beginnings, he is honoured at the start of rituals and ceremonies.

I have only two things to tell you. One is that there is no misery in life. Wake up and see. There is no sorrow, no problem. If that doesn't work, the second is, give your problems to me.    Photo: Lord Ganesha

Lord Ganesha (Lord of Success)— the elephant-deity riding a mouse — has become…

"If you watch the way you use speech in your own life, you will notice that most of your speech takes you out  of the present moment into the past or future… Words are often used as fences to keep us from being with one another."    —  Swami Ajaya

The elephant is a symbol of the strength of the mind in Buddhism. Exhibiting noble gentleness, the precious elephant serves as a symbol of the calm majesty possessed by one who is on the path.

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