Some cool Spiritual Tattoos pictures:

Fire and Ice, Worldwide Warming
Spiritual Tattoos

Image by Beverly & Pack
Developed for Textures only – Competitors #40 with wonderful original image of the Dragon by Wili Hybird, and the public domain picture of the Polar Bear from the U.S. Fish &amp Wildlife Service, along with the great textures of fire and ice: Agni- The Fire God- Free Texture by Eddi 07, and Frozen Aqua by Active Metabolite (away).

Spiritual Tattoos

Image by Enkhtuvshin’s 5DmkII
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Got this tattoo this summer :)
Hadn’t time to take it nicely =]

i’m kinda obsessed with these strobist designs and trying to understand it =]

Thanks =]

The symbol is Enso

Ensō (円相) is a Japanese word meaning &quotcircle&quot and a concept strongly linked with Zen. Ensō is a single of the most common subjects of Japanese calligraphy even even though it is a symbol and not a character. It symbolizes the Absolute, enlightenment, strength, elegance, the Universe, and the void it can also symbolize the Japanese aesthetic itself. As an &quotexpression of the moment&quot it is typically considered a form of minimalist expressionist art.

In Zen Buddhist painting, ensō symbolizes a moment when the thoughts is free to basically let the body/spirit produce. The brushed ink of the circle is usually carried out on silk or rice paper in 1 movement (but the great Bankei used two strokes at times) and there is no possibility of modification: it shows the expressive movement of the spirit at that time. Zen Buddhists &quotbelieve that the character of the artist is fully exposed in how she or he draws an ensō. Only a person who is mentally and spiritually full can draw a true ensō. Some artists will practice drawing an ensō everyday, as a kind of spiritual workout.&quot[1]