Liv Ellen Aasen

Liv Ellen Aasen

Liv Ellen Aasen
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My unalome wrist tattoo More

My unalome wrist tattoo More

100 Badass Red Hair Colors: Auburn, Cherry, Copper, Burgundy Hair Shades

100 Badass Red Hair Colors: Auburn, Cherry, Copper, Burgundy Hair Shades

I love the design of this Phoenix, and it'd probably work great as a tattoo. I wouldn't have the Rumi quote with it, though.

I love the design of this Phoenix, and it'd probably work great as a tattoo. I wouldn't have the Rumi quote with it, though.

“Fall down seven times, stand up eight” symbol... - Little Tattoos for Men and Women

“Fall down seven times, stand up eight” symbol... - Little Tattoos for Men and Women

Unalome lotus enlightenment buddhist tattoo

Unalome lotus enlightenment buddhist tattoo

It's your choice to decide whether to drown in your troubles or to courageously survive. Because the harder the troubles the more spirited you become in the end ~The deeper the mud the more beautiful the lotus blooms~ New Beginnings. I LOVE my new tattoo ☺️ #Lotus #unalome

It's your choice to decide whether to drown in your troubles or to courageously survive. Because the harder the troubles the more spirited you become in the end ~The deeper the mud the more beautiful the lotus blooms~ New Beginnings. I LOVE my new tattoo ☺️ #Lotus #unalome

Om symbol . Simplicity. Life. Serenity. Rib tattoo. Symbol tattoo.

Om symbol . Simplicity. Life. Serenity. Rib tattoo. Symbol tattoo.

Celtic Symbol For New Beginnings - This is gonna be my next tattoo.

Celtic Symbol For New Beginnings - This is gonna be my next tattoo.

Troll cross -The troll cross is an amulet made of a circle of iron crossed at the bottom (possibly in the shape of an odal rune), a charm worn by early Scandinavian peoples as a protection against trolls and elves. Iron and crosses were both believed to ward off evil creatures.

Troll cross -The troll cross is an amulet made of a circle of iron crossed at the bottom (possibly in the shape of an odal rune), a charm worn by early Scandinavian peoples as a protection against trolls and elves. Iron and crosses were both believed to ward off evil creatures.

"Hlín (pronounced LEAN) is the Norse Goddess of consolation. She is one of Frigg’s handmaidens, and Frigg sends her to protect those whom she wants kept safe. Hlín also comforts mourners and kisses away their tears. She listens to prayers to Frigg, relaying the wishes of worshippers and advising on their fulfillment. Hlín’s name, which means “protector” or “shelterer,” is also seen as Hlyn or Lin."

"Hlín (pronounced LEAN) is the Norse Goddess of consolation. She is one of Frigg’s handmaidens, and Frigg sends her to protect those whom she wants kept safe. Hlín also comforts mourners and kisses away their tears. She listens to prayers to Frigg, relaying the wishes of worshippers and advising on their fulfillment. Hlín’s name, which means “protector” or “shelterer,” is also seen as Hlyn or Lin."