What the Logo Means
I created this logo after serious thought, and the meanings of each designed piece are as follows:
The black outer circle represents the shell we are encased in since birth. It is the reality we have been taught to believe as to who and what we are. This layer of life is almost impenetrable; it is our negative thinking, limiting beliefs, and bad habits.
The second inner white circle is our potential, possibilities, options and choices for a better way of living.
The innermost circle is the world we live in, whether of our own choosing or because of our inability to choose. The black and white colors indicate how, most often, we choose to look at life’s situations in black or white. Shades of grey come with having a wider range of experiences later in life.
The yin yang symbol represents the relativity, polarities, opposites, dichotomy, contradictions, differences, and contrast in life.
The sword is a warrior’s weapon of choice for piercing the illusions of life we call reality. The sword represents love, strength, imagination, creativity, passion, and initiative for creating a better life. The black on white dot and the white on black dot in the yin yang symbol represents the chaos, confusion, frustration, anxiety, worry, fear, doubts, and disappointments we experience as our normal daily life.