The iguana comes in many depictions of natives of the world or and stands for stamina, resilience and survival in harsh, uncompromising environments.
His distinct capabilities of viewing and analyzing situations are his strength as well as a strong sense of perception from which he develops his survival strategy.
In the images and teachings of natives in many countries he also stands for:
- Future Expectations
- Increase in Value/Appreciation
- Time of Renovation and Reflection
These properties stand for our values, working methods and dedication.Extract Meaning:
Maya: Huh = (God of) Earth (4 Elements)