Arm Tattoos And Their Meaning
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Arm Tattoos And Their Meaning

From year to year, tattoos on hands and fingers are becoming more and more popular. Megan Jean Morris has excellent work. This is an unusual ornament that often replaces rings and makes them stand out from the crowd. Very often, hand tattoos have a hidden meaning or message. The following are examples and meanings of these original jewelry

1. Why hands?
Tattoos on the arms are a manifestation of incredible courage, because it is almost impossible to hide them. Tattoos on the arm most often draws attention to the local religion, group, gang or just ideas. Examples of Anthony Michaels tattoo. Hands also provide an opportunity to express feelings and views at every step. Such a tattoo can be seen at every handshake, at every payment in the store and in all other life situations.

2. Tattoos for couples.
More and more couples are getting tattoos together. Thus, they want to emphasize their belonging to another person. The most popular tattoos are with the name of a loved one, roses or hearts, but you can find more original compositions.
The man and the woman have bird cages tattooed. By connecting the hands, a tattoo is obtained, which means the end of freedom, that is, the end of loneliness. Now each of these people are busy and do not have to "fly" to look for the other half. This is a symbolic completion of the search and opening to a loved one.

3. Tattoos on the arms, expressing the spiritual and emotional state.
Very often, tattoos on the hands and fingers represent the spiritual and emotional state of a person. Externalization is a kind of therapy. The symbolism of the tattooed words varies greatly. Sometimes these are whole phrases, quotes, phrasemes, or a single word. Tattoo inscriptions on the arms are an extremely fashionable decoration, but intended for the brave.

3.1. Eyes are the window to the soul.
This statement perfectly conveys a sense of admiration for this symbol. Since ancient times, tattoos depicting an eye have wore mystical symbolism. The eye connected to the Hamsa, or symmetrical hand, meant protection from various curses. The Eye of Horus, placed at or inside the pyramid, is associated with occultism and is very often confused with the Eye of Providence. If a human eye is depicted on a tattoo, it is a symbol of intuition and sensitivity. Those who have such a tattoo on their thumb or hand are closed and move away from people.

3.2. Animal tattoos.
Probably one of the most popular types of tattoos. People choosing tattoos on their arms choose animals in various poses. They have symbolic meaning, because, for example, the snake is associated with patience, cunning and inner rebirth, and the owl is associated with wisdom not only in life.

It is worth noting that the most common tattoos depicting cats. Both wild and domestic cats are symbols of courage, strength and independence. For who is the king of the jungle if not the lion? A tattoo with a cat on the arm indicates that the person who wears is very strong and self-confident. He prides himself on traveling the world demonstrating his independence.

3.3. With a touch of the East ...
Oriental tattoos as well as oriental culture and lifestyle have always stimulated the senses and imaginations. These incredibly accurate tattoos draw attention to every detail, capture the eye and the atmosphere of the virtual world. This style is famous mainly for geometric patterns that are drawn symmetrically to each other on the surface of the hand. However, there are patterns and symbols that do not fit into the axis of symmetry, constituting a kind of object, incompatible with the rest, but constantly distinctive. Such tattoos are a symbol of beauty, tradition and luxury.

3.4. Wing on the arm.
Wings are a symbolic tattoo representing life, masculinity, freedom, spirituality, knowledge and meditation. In ancient Greek mythology, wings were an attribute of some gods. Today, wing tattoos on the arm are very popular.

3.5. Jester or clown.
This image symbolizes the duality of the character of its owner. How does it manifest? First of all, a change in mood, sometimes sadness, sometimes joy, which are experienced very intensely. This is a symbol of an internally torn person who is forced to smile at the world, despite the pain he is experiencing. The jester and the clown also symbolize innocence and ignorance of the accepted social order. An unusual symbol of the uprising? It seems like yes!

4. On which arm to get a tattoo?
It is recommended to get a tattoo on a less active hand. If you are left-handed, get a tattoo on your right arm. Conversely, if you use your right hand on a daily basis, it is best to tattoo your left arm. Thus, the possible soreness will be less felt.

Every person who decides to get a tattoo on his arm has something to say to the world. This is an expression of his emotions, views and character. Of course, while arm tattoos are by far the most prevalent, there is always the possibility of disliking the tattoo after a while and the desire for tattoo cover up, so you should proceed with caution if you are likely to regret the tattoo after a while.

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