What Does the Dragonfly Symbolize?

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The dragonfly symbolises change in the perception of self realisation as well as the type of change that has its basis in mental and emotional maturity. It also symbolises the understanding of the meaning of life in some cultures.
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Dragonfly - Good events at/in home, good news.
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It can symbolize martial success. Keep
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Dragonfly symbolizes maturity and depth of character, power and poise, defeat of self-created illusions, focus on living "in" the moment, opening of one's eyes.
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Hmm well here is my personal interpretation of a dragonfly's symbology. I don't know if you are asking in regards to anything specific though, so this is just a basic idea: Dragonflies
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A dragonfly symbolises change in the perception of self realisation, power, dignity, focus on living in the moment and defeat of self created illusions. The dragonfly has also been a theme of deception in almost every continent it is found in. With every civilisation, it has developed an exclusive meaning due to its manners and way of life.
The beautiful winged dragonfly is a symbol of many things. A dragonfly can mean renewal, maturity, power of life and positive force. Some Native American tribes believe the dragonfly is the soul of the dead.
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