Spiritual Symbols

Spiritual Symbols

In 2013, I had a habit of hanging a couple of my necklaces on my bathroom doorknob. I did it occasionally and it made it easier to find them when I needed them. On one necklace there was an infinity symbol charm. On another necklace, there was an Om symbol, Miraculous Medal, Star of David and a Cross.

Throughout my life, I have had an affinity for respecting, honoring and acknowledging different religions. This respect is reflected in my necklaces. That does not mean I agree with everything. But, in my opinion, there is too much turmoil, separation and division based on differences in religion. It causes people a lot of pain and it doesn’t have to be this way. It is this way because people make the choice to see their religion or beliefs as superior to others. Either that or they make others “wrong” for what they believe.

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It seems to me that there is plenty of room to find things we have in common. It is more effective to make an effort to understand another person’s point of view rather than to be so quick to put down what they believe. Whether you are Catholic, Hindu, Jewish, Muslim, Druid, or one of many Christian denominations, religious beliefs people have tend to have deep roots in family ties, history and their upbringing. I believe in making an effort to peacefully coexist with others of different religions. I am not Hindu or Jewish, but I have studied both religions and find very much in both that I enjoy and resonate with, especially when it comes to prayers and mantras.

If you share a similar point of view to mine, you may like the book, Everyone is Right: A New Look at Comparative Religion and its Relation to Science, by Roland Peterson. He compares and contrasts the texts from the world’s major religions and points out how they are often saying the same thing in slightly different ways:

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On October 7, 2013, I started noticing some interesting occurrences with my necklaces that I hung on the bathroom doorknob. They were being moved from the doorknob to the door latch! By this time in October, I knew Robin was very skilled at telekinesis, so I knew he was doing this. Before Robin passed away, I never had any of this kind of spirit activity in my apartment. It all started after his passing and even then, I did not notice objects being moved until May, 2013, which was a year after his passing (See other posts in the Telekinesis category for more information).

The first time I noticed the necklace with the multiple symbols moved was the day after my birthday, so I considered it a belated birthday present of sorts! I consider it a present whenever Robin lets me know he is around.

Here in image #1 below, you see my bathroom with the doorknob. This is where I had originally hung the necklace before I went to bed. When I walked into the bathroom the following morning, I saw that it was moved to the door latch. I gasped when I saw it had been moved. I became teary-eyed and so happy to have a visitation from Robin:


Image #1 Necklace Moved

Image #2 below shows a close-up of the necklace hanging from the door latch:

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Image #2 Necklace Moved to Door Latch


How Robin does this, I don’t know. He, along with many other spirits in documented stories, are able to gather their energy up to a high enough level to move objects in the physical world. It’s one of the most fascinating experiences I have ever had in my life, to be shown that he can do this.

On October 30, 2013, he moved two necklaces that I had hanging on the doorknob this time. In addition to the necklace I mentioned above, he also moved the necklace with my infinity symbol charm. I bought this after he gave me the infinity symbol in July. He moved the two necklaces to the same bathroom door latch. I could find only one image to show you for this date:

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Image #3 Two Necklaces Moved


Robin moved these necklaces again on November 3, 2013. I thought it was amazing that he could move not just one, but two necklaces. Below, here are three different vantage points to show how the necklaces looked after being moved from the doorknob:

On December 31, 2013, Rob came back to wrap the necklaces around the doorknob this time. I guess he felt like doing something other than moving them :)! That was his way of saying “Happy New Year”!

Image #7 New Year’s Eve 2013


I am 100% certain that Robin moved my necklaces on all of these different occasions. I also doubled checked with my husband to make sure he wasn’t moving them and playing tricks on me. He said he never moved them. I did not have pets that could move my necklaces and no one else lived with us. I am a person of integrity. It’s a lot of work to find the pictures and upload them into a comprehensive blog post for my readers. If it were not true, I would not waste your time or mine doing this. I’m writing this because it is true and I wanted to share it. I also felt the message of unity is a very important one and one closely in line with Robin’s spirituality.

When dealing with telekinesis, it is important to rule out other logical explanations, as I did by questioning my husband.

That is an attitude mirrored by Trish MacGregor and Rob MacGregor in the book, Synchronicity and the Other Side: Your Guide to Meaningful Connections with the Afterlife, Jul 18, 2011:

Theories of Spirit Contact:

Spiritualists, scientists, and other experts have developed different theories regarding how and why spirits move matter.


Psychokinesis is the ability to affect objects with your mind.

When you mention psychokinesis or telekinesis and combine it with Uri Geller, most people immediately associate it with spoon bending, which put Geller on the psychic map. But when the inexplicable movement of objects is linked to after-death communication, then, in theory, we’re dealing with effects created by the mind or consciousness of the deceased. Such events are jarring and seize our attention…

Spirit psychokinesis isn’t limited to knockings, voices, or electronics that go off and on by themselves. The phenomenon manifests in numerous ways—initials or names inscribed on steamy or frosty glass; objects that fall off shelves; glass that shatters for no reason; objects found where they shouldn’t be or that disappear and reappear. The challenge, of course, is to determine when such incidents have normal explanations and which ones are examples of contact with the other side…

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What I have shown you here are authentic examples of contact with Robin on the other side. There are many others on this website. They show that he is doing quite well in spirit!


AUM is an aspect of God — it is the divine creative vibration of the whole universe. Everything in creation is vibrating with God’s power. AUM is the sound made by the vibration of God’s presence within us and all around us. Where there is vibration, there is sound, and if there is sound, we can train ourselves to perceive it, to “hear” it, and to attune ourselves to it, thus actually heightening our own vibrations — changing ourselves from material, ego-centered beings, into super-conscious, free souls.

I think the reason Robin was moving these necklaces repeatedly was because of the spiritual significance and meaning of them. I think he liked them. Robin used to chant “Aum” or “Om” as part of his spiritual practice. I found this out when I saw a video of him on YouTube teaching meditation. I was so moved and happy when I discovered this. It was another thing that we have in common. As a yoga teacher, I have chanted “Om” many times and have taught it. I chanted the Buddhist mantra for compassion, Om Mani Peme Hung, for Robin after his passing. This video below is the exact version of the mantra I chanted for Robin. The person who posted this video gives a good explanation of the mantra if you’re interested:


At the time, I knew so little about him and I did not know if he liked the mantra. I was a little worried about it, but I knew my heart was in the right place, so I continued the practice. A few years later, I found the video and cried with happiness because it seemed he would he like it as he chanted “Om” as well.

Here are two video clips with Robin chanting the Om mantra. He also briefly mentions the evolution of his spirituality:

Miraculous Medal and The CrossAfterlife Communications

I started wearing the Miraculous Medal in 2006 when I wanted a stronger connection with the Divine Feminine as represented by Mother Mary. Here is some information on this beautiful medal. The Cross is also connected with the Miraculous Medal, so I include this interesting synopsis here as well:




Star of David

According to the website below, the Star of David has quite a complicated history. Please see the video on the page for more information. It’s very educational and worth watching. If you do a google search on twin flames, there is some association with the Star of David, but I am not at all educated about the connection between the Star of David and twin flames at this time, so I will just stick with the traditional association with Judaism:

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Thank you for taking this journey of telekinesis and spiritual symbols with me.

Love and Kindness,


Eternity Symbols

Eternity Symbols

After Robin created the infinity symbols, a new interest in eternity symbols was born within me. I never paid much attention to them before, but I discovered just how many beautiful eternity symbols there are from different cultures around the world.

One of my favorites is called the Serch Bythol. I drew this picture below so you can see what it looks like. I was not able to find a photo that was copyright free:

Robin Gibb, AfterlifeHere is the meaning according to David Morgan:

This Celtic symbol of everlasting love is formed from two triskeles. The triskeles, three cornered knots, denote the three aspects of two people, body, mind and spirit. The two triskeles, joined together, show a circle, the everlasting circle of eternity. Thus the figure represents two people, joined in body, mind, and spirit in everlasting love.

The triskele, a three-cornered knot, is common in Celtic knotwork. The Celts, in keeping with general Indo-European belief, held that life was tripartite in nature and continuous. The three corners of the triskele denoted the three parts, and the knot itself was the endless ribbon of eternity. The tripartite nature of life carried through to Christianity as the Trinity.

He describes the Serch Bythol as being formed from two triskeles. However, it seems more accurate to say that it is formed by joining two triquetras or trinity knots that are stretched out a little bit:

In modern times, the triquetra symbol has become a favorite design element in knot-work, jewelry, emblems, logos etc. as a symbol of anything three-fold e.g. the cycle of life (life-death-rebirth), the promise of a husband to his wife (love-honor-protect), the family (father-mother-child), the passage of time (past-present-future) and many more.

The triskele is more of a spiral and has various meanings:

Derived from the Greek word “Triskeles” meaning “three legs”, the Triskele or Triple Spiral is a complex ancient Celtic symbol. Often referred to by many as a Triskelion, its earliest creation dates back to the Neolithic era, as it can be seen at the entrance of Newgrange, Ireland….

Firstly, the triskele can be thought to represent motion as all three arms are positioned to make it appear as if it is moving outwards from its center. Movement, or motion, is believed to signify energies, in particular within this Celtic Symbol the motion of action, cycles, progress, revolution and competition.

Robin Gibb, Afterlife, Isle of Man Flag

Secondly, and the more challenging area for symbolists, is the exact symbolic significance of the three arms of the triskele. This can differ dependent on the era, culture, mythology and history, which is why there are so many variations as to what these three extensions in the triple spiral symbol mean.

Some of these connotations include: life-death-rebirth, spirit-mind-body, mother-father-child, past-present-future, power-intellect-love and creation-preservation-destruction to name but a few.

It’s thought that through the combination of these two areas we gain one meaning of the Celtic triskele. It is believed to represent a tale of forward motion to reach understanding. However, this is thought not to be the only meaning, as it is also believed to represent three Celtic worlds; the spiritual world, the present world and the celestial world. Like the ancient Trinity knot, the number 3 holds a special symbolism within the triskele.

So, even though the triskele and triquetra are two different symbols, according to these interpretations above, they have essentially the same connotations.

The triskele is also seen in the flag for the Isle of Man, Robin’s country of birth:

Isle of Man FlagThe Manx Flag uses the triskelion symbol. The earliest use of this symbol in the island appears on the Manx Sword of State which is thought to date from around 1230.

The island fell under the rule of England in 1341. The island government flew the Union Jack from the 17th century to July 8, 1929, when the triskelion flag replaced it as a local symbol. There were many artistic variations on the design until the flag was standardized in 1966.

I really love eternity symbols because they are beautiful, ornate, and are a lovely way to tell someone that you love them.

Thank you for reading! I hope you enjoyed it!