Definitions: (1) marked by great plenty, ample supply; (2) fully sufficient; abounding; (3) brimming; overflowing
Quote: Consider the lilies of the field, how they grow, they toil not, neither do they spin; yet I say to you that not even Solomon in all his glory was arrayed like one of these. — Jesus of Nazareth (7 BC-30 ad) The Bible, Matthew 6:28–29
Advice: Forgive yourself and others in order to move forward with confidence. Blame and malice are burdens holding a place in your mind and heart that could be filled with the expectant openness necessary for abundance.
Symbols: 1) vegetation; 2) a big mountain (American Indian); 3) fuchsia flowers
Mythological Place: The Land of Cockaigne: An imaginary country where all good things are to be had for the taking.
Mythological Object: Cornucopia – the horn of plenty. Zeus, grateful for Amalthea’s nursing, broke off the horn of a goat and endowed it with the power to be filled with whatever the possessor desires.