Minimalist white glyph on black background representing the symbol of Butterfly

Interpretation:

Symbolizes transformation, change, and rebirth. In many cultures, butterflies are seen as the embodiment of a person’s soul. In Japanese tradition, it is believed to represent the souls of the living and the dead, often associated with marital bliss and joy. The butterfly’s journey from caterpillar to cocoon, and then emergence as a butterfly, is symbolic of spiritual growth, enlightenment, and the ability to embrace changes with grace and lightness.

Themes: “transformation”, “change”, “rebirth”, “spiritual”, “enlightenment”

More in: “Japanese Mythology A to Z” by Jeremy Roberts.

Movies: “The Butterfly Effect”.

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