Minimalist white glyph on black background representing the symbol of Harakiri


Symbolizes extreme honor, sacrifice, or the consequences of failure. Originating from Japanese samurai culture, harakiri (or seppuku) is a ritual suicide demonstrating responsibility for one’s actions and the ultimate dedication to honor. In dreams, it could reflect feelings of guilt, shame, or the perceived need for self-punishment for failing to meet personal or societal expectations. It may also signify the struggle between honor and despair.

Themes: “honor”, “sacrifice”, “guilt”, “shame”, “struggle”

More in: “Hagakure: The Book of the Samurai” by Yamamoto Tsunetomo; “Bushido: The Soul of Japan” by Inazo Nitobe.

Last Updated: 2024-06-14
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