Vine Spiritual Meaning

Vine spiritual meaning, soul regeneration, movement and continuation,
prosperous opportunity, communication and connection expansion fertility bounty.

Vine Spiritual Meaning 
Vine Spiritual Meaning

Vine most likely associated with the blackberry Vine is connected with the ancient Ogham alphabet. Making up one of the twenty sacred trees. Muin is the eleventh letter of the old Irish alphabet.

Vine Spiritual Meaning 

A magical symbol of prophecy, truthful speaking, regeneration, continuation, opportunity and connection to the spiritual realm.  The surfacing of intuition and psychic power. Vine is also symbolic of hunting and gathering and is deemed the equalizer.

The predominant growth formation of the vine as being in the shape of a spiral, which has long been considered a sacred symbol for the intertwining of the conscious and unconscious mind.

Ogham Letter M
Irish: Muin. (muhm)
English: Muin.
Latin: Vitis vinifera (LINN) Rubus Fruticose
Astrology: Sun. /  Element Fire /
Birth: September 2nd – September 29th

Vines are hardy and spread their roots with great strength to gain a solid foundation and create healthy growth.  This is the vine’s spiritual message, know yourself and give yourself the best possible chance to grow and flourish.

The prickles and thorns of the vine also teach us to protect ourselves by understanding our own personal boundaries. Thus creating a barrier of protection from unsavoury people who may wish to exploit us. Vine has the power to heal and protect and bring celebration and abundance.

Vine Legends and Folklore

The Vine spiritual meaning is associated with the Goddess Brigid – the Celtic goddess of healing and of poetry. Also associated with the Welsh moon Goddess Ceridwen – for inspiration.

Muin is also associated with the Autumn Equinox. It was considered bad luck to eat blackberries during this season because they were to “be left for the fairies”.  The decorative symbolism of vines is often seen around chalices and other ancient artefacts. © Psychic Medium Ian Scott.

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