What’s the spiritual meaning of a red balloon? After all, red is such an evocative color. So, when you combine that color with a balloon—itself a very symbolic object—then you get a very interesting omen or symbol.
So, let’s come together and look at the symbol—the red balloon—and learn about its spiritual and symbolic meaning. Additionally, let’s find out if a red balloon is a good omen or a bad omen.
Spiritual and Symbolic Meaning of Balloons
Balloons are full of symbolism. Let’s take a look!
Balloons are full of joy and hope, as such they represent our most pure dreams and desires. When you fill a balloon with helium instead of air and let go, you can watch as it sails up into the sky! Balloons moving up towards the heavens mirror how we hope our dreams will go—upwards to the great success! And remember, balloons are like our prayers—we wish, on earth, for our desires to be met, and we send those wishes to the heavens.
Balloons also represent celebration, parties, and shared success. A common place you’ll find balloons is at birthday parties—they’re the classic party decoration. Also, you can find them used at celebrations where a political candidate has succeeded in some way or another—perhaps they’ve won their party’s nomination or they’ve won an election to a particular public office. Regardless, they often utilize air filled balloons held above, which are then released and float down while the politician and his or her family celebrates.
What Does the Color Red Symbolize?
Red is such an evocative color, isn’t it? And, the meaning of the color red is generally quite well-known.
We often use the color red to represent blood for obvious reasons. As such, red can stand for violence and sacrifice. Red is especially important in nationalist symbolism—it is used to represent the sacrifice of the citizens who have died or been injured in preserving the country’s survival. That’s why you’ll see the color red in so many national flags.
Red is also a color that can be used to represent powerful emotions, like anger and rage. For example, think of the expression, “seeing red”—it’s a metaphor for somebody blinded by rage. Red is also used to symbolize vigor, strength, aggression, courage, and war.
But, it’s not all about destructive emotions and actions. Because anger isn’t the only emotion the color red represents. Red is about passionate emotions. So, yes, passion can manifest war, violence, etc. But, people can passionately love as much as they can passionately hate.
Spiritual Meaning of a Red Balloon
The red balloon omen takes on the traits of the color red and combines them with the traits generally associated with balloons. For example, a red balloon represents youthful hopes and dreams just like any other balloon would. However, the color red amplifies the passionate element of the hopes and dreams.
So, this could mean two things. Firstly, a red balloon could represent an existing dream or aspiration that is already based on passion—i.e. it could be an omen that a desire regarding a matter of the heart could come true!
However, a red balloon could also be a message that you should inject passion into your approach to achieving your goals. So, that means that if you have had a dream for a long time, but it hasn’t come true, then it’s time to get serious about it. Get hyped up and get it taken care of. The red balloon omen has come to let you know to be bold and aggressive in pursuit of your dreams.
You can do it!