The centre is symbolic of motherhood - her divine feminine warrior essence: fierce, resilient and deeply profound.
The two larger circles down the bottom represent her nurturing and unconditional love.
The circle at the top is the keeper of her soul, spirit and connection to the spirit world: her dreaming, her protector and creator. She passes her strength and love to her children. And when the moon comes out the gamambi (kids) know it's sleepy time. They lay down by the fire and listen to elders story time and singing.