I created this collection out of my love for Snakes. The serpent gets such a bad reputation it causes their divine aspects to become overlooked or forgotten. Many cultures ancient and modern have revered snakes. In ancient Kemet Uraeus is the representation of a sacred serpent as an emblem of supreme power, worn on the headdresses of ancient Egyptian deities and sovereigns.
“Kundalinī is the feminine form of the Sanskrit adjective meaning "circular" or "coiled." In yoga, the word applies to the life force that lies like a coiled serpent at the base of the spine and that can be sent along the spine to the head. Symbolically this energy also moves like a serpent and is awakened by Different mindfulness practices.
The Serpent is a Powerful Spiritual Symbol or Metaphor and snakes represent fertility or a creative life force. As snakes shed their skin through sloughing, they are symbols of rebirth, transformation, immortality, and healing. ...snake also symbolizes death, rebirth, change, and even sexuality. So the use of snake's medicine is through sexuality as well. A snake power animal is also referred to as the devil when, in reality, it is the symbol of the Goddess. As the Snake crawls on its belly, it is very close to Mother Earth.” Sekhar