Simple Tattoos with Soulful Meaning

Ever wondered why some people choose to get a tattoo? Getting their skin pricked by a needle with an ink, a tattoo that will be forever on their skin.

 

They say that a tattoo can be a storyteller. It tells pain, pleasure, and misery. An inspiration to others and a mark of loss to some. An art that fills up the emptiness inside; an art for a lost soul.

 

This 2019, if you’re looking for a tattoo with a great meaning, better check these simple yet soulful tattoos that will give you no doubt.

 

Power of Reiki – Cho Ku Rei

 

Power of Reiki tattoo symbol

 

If you’re looking to either increase or decrease power, Cho Ku Rei is the symbol for you. It can be identified with a drawing of a coil (which can be drawn in a clockwise or counterclockwise direction) and represents Chi or the transfer of energy throughout the body.

 

The Chevron

 

The Chevron Tattoo symbol

 

The ancient Vikings even had their own chevron symbol. Much like how the Spartans would equip the emblem on their shields, the Vikings would also have a symbol for chevrons on their equipment. This symbol was a good luck charm to not only warriors but anyone in the presence of the chevron. It is a symbol for moving forward and creating your own reality.

 

Greek Symbol of Inguz

  Greek Symbol of Inguz  

The Greek Inguz symbol is quite famous in the tattoo industry because of its simple design and great meaning. The tattoo means “where there’s a will, there’s a way”.

 

Ohm Tattoo

 

Ohm Tattoo symbol

 

The Om symbol (a.k.a.: ohm, aum, Omkar) is one such symbol – proof that BIG symbolism often comes in tiny packages. Getting an om tattoo will convey an understanding of very primitive, ancient universal principles. This symbol is actually a conveyance of sound – the sound of life.

 

Ad Maiora

 
Ad Maiora Tattoo

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“Ad Maiora” is translated literally as “Towards greater things.” It is a formula of greeting used to wish more success in life, career or love.

 

Lux in Tenebris

 

Lux in Tenebris

 

Lux in Tenebris, in Latin, meaning “Light in Darkness,” is a short one-act farce, written in prose, by the German dramatist Bertolt Brecht. It is thought that he wrote it in 1919, under the influence of “that great Munich clown Karl Valentin”.

 

The Sun still Rises even through the Rain

 

The Sun still Rises even through the Rain

 

Lastly, the sun and rain symbol. All of us might have experienced some problem in our lives, this tattoo is the symbol that even though we pass the rain there will always be a burst of sunshine in every after the storm that we’ll encounter.

Samantha Baluyot

Sam joined Remit this 2018. She is a Journalism graduate who loves to see the world in different point of views. Her goal in writing is to inspire her readers to have a better perspective and to live a meaningful life. She may look aloof but she’s a very friendly and a happy-go-lucky person.

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