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April 24, 2013
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Although a mythical creature, the unicorn is familiar to and recognizable by many. In medieval times, its magical horn was thought to purify water, heal illness, and counter poisons. Recently, unicorns have been included in fantasy and gaming literature.

Located between the eyebrows, its horn covers the area of the third eye. Associated with balance between sleeping/awakening and sensitivity to light, the unicorn can symbolize visual consciousness or clarity on an intuitive level. This inner knowing and trusting one’s inner guidance is similar to hearing the still, small voice within, the “I am that I am.” When we “just know” this is something we are supposed to do, we feel centered and balanced.

From this place of being centered, we can work within our body to replicate the unicorn’s healing powers. Breathing light throughout and particularly into damaged or ill areas can bring softness, acceptance, and healing. When we listen to our body and trust our instincts, things will flow.

 How does the world feel when you are centered and balanced?

*http://healing.about.com/od/animaltotems/ss/mystical-creatures-and-mythological-figures_12.htm

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4 Comments
  1. How lovely is this Beth thank you! I looked for the unicorn when on Mt Kilimanjaro many years ago. I thought it was there in some way.
    O life is lovely when balanced and centred!

    Susan Scott’s Soul Stuff

  2. Thanks for this interesting information on the unicorn. I had never heard of their ability to heal or associated their horn with the third eye. I try to maintain a center and a balance. Life is much better when I’m centered and balanced. I’m easily thrown off balance and have to work hard to maintain. 🙂
    #1215
    A to Z April Blogging Challenge
    http://mauldinfamily1.wordpress.com/2013/04/24/u-is-for-undone/

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