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Meaning Of The Elements.
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Hi, this is my first real post about a serious subject. The Meaning Of The Elements.

Earth. is often used as a symbol of the material realm. This typically includes physical health, family life, finances, home and similar things to those.

Water. is the next least dense element and is used as a symbol for the emotional realm. Just as liquid changes shape more readily than solids, the emotions take less time to change than the body.

Air. is less dense than Water and is used as a symbol of the mind, dreams and communication.

Fire. is the least dense of the four standard elements. It represents the passions, such as rage and lust. It is also significant of a burning sense of purpose. Like the other elements, it can be either positive or negative in it's application.

Quintessence. is the fifth element. It is the new and perfected Earth, free of corruption and bridging Spirit and Matter, It's been said that that element can be found in lighting.

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Re: Meaning Of The Elements.
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Re: Meaning Of The Elements.
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It's a good piece. One thing aboutelements is theres really no set meaning to them. Like other corresondences it can vary from tradition to tradition. For example some shinto traditions uses metal as fire or earth. Or sea as some celtic do for air/water. It's definitely a person to person view.
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