The Sacred Heart is a religious devotion to Jesus' physical heart as the representation of the divine love for humanity. I have a sacred (or "eternal flame") heart tattoo...I got it to symbolize that my feelings for the person I got it for and the memories I have of them are important and never ending (that person is deceased). I'm not sure of the typical definition of the sacred heart tattoo, but I know that whenever I look at mine it symbolizes a person and time in my life that I hold sacred. The Sacred Heart is from Christian Origins.
The Heart represents the heart of christ, and his love for the world
while the crown of thorns represents...well..the crown of thorns... digging into the heart, which is usually bleeding, to represent the pain and suffering Christ felt.
The Cross on top of the heart is the crucifix on which Christ died, and the fire behind the cross usually coming up from the heart, is to represent the fire on the threshing floor...to burn everything away and start new
"He will make a thorough clearance of His threshing-floor, gathering His wheat into the storehouse, but burning up the chaff in unquenchable fire"
The Sacred heart tattoo it the Sacred heart of Jesus, Christianity's sign for eternal faith in the blessed trinity.
The Black Heart tattoo commonly illustrates grief or morning, or "dark nights of the soul".
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Originally the symbol of Erzulie Dantor, a spirit of cruel vengeance and jealousy. In just the opposite sense, the heart pierced with the dagger has been taken as a variation of the Sacred Heart tattoo by some Christians. More often than not the imagery is literal, the heart is the centre of emotion and love that is in pain, damaged or wounded.
My friend has full sleeves dedicated to his catholic faith and they range from latin words to the sacred heart to the rosary. There is no set tattoo symbol although i would say probably the sacred heart.
God is the heart the wings are Christ this is what uplifts us we are ONE
Wing tattoo designs can often have inspirational or spiritual symbolism. In many myths, wings often have to be earned.
Tattoos are permanent, so one must be sure of their design. To symbolize loving a son, one could get a tattoo of a heart, the mother symbols of different cultures, or a tattoo of something that makes a mother think of him.
A heart with a cross in it is often called a "sacred heart." Though I don't fully know the answer for the true meaning in the piece, I do know that it is a common icon in a lot of religious art, mostly Catholic. You will find the heart most often being held in the arms of the Virgin Mary or Jesus.
a death.... a loved one dieing and traviling to heaven.... your love is an angel
Siimply put, that love will continue after death, or that love is stronger than death.