Minimalist white glyph on black background representing the symbol of Anchor


Represents personal stability, emotional grounding, or the need for self-discovery; can also symbolize hidden strength, the connection to one’s roots, or the ability to face challenges. The anchor resembles a mix of a cross and a trident – a powerful weapon of the sea gods Neptune and Poseidon in Roman and Greek mythology. In Christianity, the anchor symbolizes the steadfast love of God in life, even when things are hard.

Themes: “stability”, “grounding”, “strength”, “challenge”, “faith”

More in: “Symbols of Transformation” by Carl G. Jung.

Last Updated: 2024-06-14
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