Learn all about our sacred jewelry. We use powerful symbols, gemstones, and other materials to honor the sacred through jewelry design and expression.
Om: Om is described as all-encompassing, universal healing vibration. It is believed that as creation began, the divine, all-encompassing consciousness took the form of the first and original vibration manifesting as sound – Om. Before creation began, there was emptiness or the void. But it was more than nothingness, because everything then existed in a latent state of potentiality. The vibration of “OM” symbolizes the manifestation of the divine in physical form, and is the reflection of the absolute reality. It is said to be without beginning or the end and embracing all that exists. Om is powerful healing vibration that brings us back into wholeness and harmonious connection with all that is.
Tibetan Double Dorje: Beautifully detailed and richly symbolic, the Tibetan Double Dorje represents firmness of spirit and spiritual power. Dorje is a Sanskrit word meaning thunderbolt and diamond. It possesses the symbolic nature of both a diamond, strong with the ability to cut any surface but not be cut itself, and the thunderbolt, a powerful and irresistible force of enlightenment. The Tibetan Dorje is a symbol for the nature of reality, indicating endless creativity, potency, and skillful activity. Known for its double facets, the shape of the Dorje symbolizes the two forms of truth, relative and absolute. It is joined together by a brass center sphere known as the sphere of reality.
Tibetan Dorje: The word Dorje symbolizes the ability to transform one’s experience into an experience of enlightened perspective. The dorje symbolizes wisdom and the skillful means of transforming our ordinary experience to one that will propel us forward on our spiritual path.
Namaste: Namaste represents the belief that there is a divine spark within each of us that is located in the heart chakra, and through this humble gesture, we offer an acknowledgment of the soul in one by the soul in another. Namaste means “The light in me honors and salutes the light in you. When I am in that space, and you are in that space, we are one.” It is the ultimate greeting and blessing of equanimity, respect and unity.
Sri Yantra: Sri Yantra is a powerful geometric symbol used in visual meditations. The mind and eyes focus at its center in order to achieve higher levels of realization and consciousness. Radiating from the center are multi triangular pyramids, which point towards positive powers and unlimited abundance. Sri Yantra energy is popularly known to provide prosperity, good fortune, peace and harmony. Your honest prayers to the Sri Yantra will support the manifestation of all of your dream,, and will aid you in standing boldly in your power to achieve even the grandest of intentions and desires.
108 Bead Mala: Malas are ancient meditation tools created thousands of years ago by Saints, Sages and Rishis. They are used to recite mantras that quiet and focus the mind. As we become calm and centered, we naturally radiate peace and calm to those around us. Traditionally, malas consist of 108 beads and a Guru bead at the very end by the tassel. The number 108 has special significance in geometry, and is regarded as sacred in many religious traditions throughout history. The Guru bead contains the spiritual energy of all the mantras.
Lotus: The bud of the lotus symbolizes potential, specifically of a spiritual nature. Because the lotus rises from unclean water to blossom as a pure, uncontaminated flower, it is a symbol of purity and resurrection. In the same way the lotus flower goes through much in its growth before emerging from dirty water to become a beautiful flower, the individual consciousness does the same on its path to enlightenment as the so-called impurities of unenlightened thinking gradually fade.
Tree of Life: Throughout mythology, the Tree of Life is a powerful symbol that promotes immortality and fertility. The Tree of Life is most commonly recognized today as representing wisdom, strength, and beauty amongst it’s branches.
Moksha: The most pure essence of Moksha represents liberation from the bondage of a repeated process of death and rebirth, or a continual living of the same lessons. By releasing from this cycle, the suffering involved can also be released. Moksha is achieved by removing ignorance and reaching an understanding that the world is impermanent and that consciousness is the only true existence. Moksha is seen as a final release from illusion, and the knof one’s own fundamental nature. As most repeated life lessons appear in the form of toxic relationships, patterns and environments, achieving Moksha and breaking these cycles bring true emotional freedom.
Peace Symbol was originally designed by Gerald Holtom as the official logo of the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament. The symbol spread from Europe across the oceans and was used in Civil Rights marches and anti-Vietnam War demonstrations. The symbol is now recognized all over the world as a universal symbol for peace.
Peace Dove has been a symbol of innocence and peace for thousands of years throughout many different cultures and religions. In Greek mythology it’s a symbol of love and renewed life. In Christianity, a symbol of life as well as the Holy Spirit. In ancient Japan, a symbol of the end of war. In European traditions, a symbol that a dying person’s soul would be at peace. Pablo Picasso eventually made the dove a modern symbol of peace when he designed the poster for the World Peace Congress in 1949 featuring a dove.
Ganesh: Known as the “Lord of Obstacles,” Ganesh is traditionally honored for removing obstacles from our path and allowing for a smooth, effortless flow through life. Occasionally though, Ganesh is known to place obstacles in our path when necessary for our growth, evolution and learning of valuable lessons. Ganesh supports our awakening in all aspects of life, and also is a gentle reminder of self-control and moderation. He is the protector or travelers, dispeller of ignorance and great harnesser of universal energy.
Buddha: After his enlightenment, Buddha spent his life spreading the Dharma, his teachings. His compassion knew no bounds and he helped everyone along the way, beggars, kings and slaves alike. Wherever the Buddha went, he won the hearts of the people because he dealt with their true feelings. He advised them not to accept his words on blind faith, but to decide for themselves whether his teachings are right or wrong, then follow them. He encouraged everyone to have compassion for each other and develop their own virtue, “You should do your own work, for I can teach only the way.” Some of Buddha’s most powerful teachings include an understanding of suffering, the wheel of life and living with nobility and humbleness.
Kuan Yin: The goddess Kuan Yin is named after a phrase meaning “observing the cries of the human world”. As such, she is highly respected in all cultures as the goddess of compassion. Kuan Yin is synonymous with the pinnacle of mercy, kindness and love. Her legend reveals that she forgone the bliss of her own nirvana and enlightenment, and graciously taking a vow to save all people on earth. Kuan Yin energy encourages us to live from a place of understanding, accepting and with reverence for all living beings.
Shiva Nataraja: Known as the “Lord of the Dance,” Shiva Nataraja represents the rhythm and harmony of life. Through his dance, Shiva triumphs over illusion and ignorance. His deliberate hand gestures and accompanying symbols evoke a powerful energy of male-female balance, assertion, living without fear and conquest over death. His third eye is symbolic of his omniscience, insight, and enlightenment. The whole idol rests on a lotus pedestal, the symbol of the creative forces of the universe. Shiva energy can be harnessed to achieve deep understanding of and surrender to the beautiful ebb and flow between creation and destruction.
Lakshmi: Lakshmi is the goddess of wealth and prosperity, both material and spiritual. The word ”Lakshmi” is derived from the Sanskrit word meaning “goal.” Lakshmi, therefore, not only represents the goals of life, but also the prosperity that comes with their manifestation. Lakshmi is the embodiment of beauty, and is said to bring good luck and fortune. She is believed to protect her devotees from all kinds of misery and money-related sorrows.
Saraswati: Saraswati is the goddess of learning, knowledge and wisdom. The Sanskrit word sara means “essence” and swa means “self.” Thus Saraswati means “the essence of the self.” Since knowledge is necessary for creation, Saraswati symbolizes the creative power of the universe and is worshipped by all persons interested in knowledge, especially students, teachers, scholars, and scientists. She is always depicted playing a musical instrument, which denotes mind and intellect. This symbol conveys that the seeker must tune his mind and intellect in order to live in perfect harmony with the world. Such harmonious living enables the individual to utilize acquired knowledge for the welfare of self and of all mankind.
Green Tara: The goddess Tara comes to us in many different forms. Green Tara is known as the goddess of compassion and manifestation. She is depicted with her leg connecting to the Earth, representing Her power to help manifest of all your Earthly desires.
Om Mani Padme Hum: The most common of all Buddhist prayers, Om Mani Padme Hum is a mantra that embodies compassion and evolution of the Self. Through the practice of repeating the mantra, which is in indivisible union of method and wisdom, you can transform your impure body, speech and mind into the pure body, speech, and mind of a Buddha. It is said that you should not seek for Buddhahood outside of yourself, because all beings naturally have the Buddha nature in their own continuum. We have within us the seed of purity, the essence of the divine just waiting to be fully developed and transformed.
Loka Samasta Sukhino Bhavantu: This beautiful mantra translates as “May all beings everywhere be happy and free and may the thoughts, words and actions of my own life contribute in some way to that happiness and to that freedom for all.” This mantra inspires us to perform actions that benefit all beings, human and non-human alike and we set the intention to create a world that is harmonious and peaceful. With time and practice, we begin to develop empathy for all beings and realize that we are not different from each other after all. We learn that all beings share the desire for happiness and freedom.
Aham Brahmasmi: The literal translation is “I AM THAT.” It’s a Sanskrit sutra which means “the core of my being is the ultimate reality, the root and ground of the universe, the source of all that exists.” When we repeat this sutra and let it resonate deep within, we expand our awareness of our eternal, unbounded nature.
Vata Dosha: When Vata is out of balance, too much air has accumulated in the mind, body and environment. This prevents one from being grounded. Some of the best stones for Vata balancing are citrine and tiger eye.
Pitta Dosha: When Pitta is out of balance, too much fire has accumulated in the mind, body and environment. The result is a sense of internal and external combustion. The best stones for Pitta are cool blues (lapis), purples (amethyst), and greens (malachite or jade).
Kapha Dosha: When Kapha is out of balance, too much Earth has accumulated in the mind, body and environment. The result is a sense of sluggishness, congestion and dullness. The best stone for Kapha is carnelian, bringing that reddish fire to invigorate.
Located at the base of the spine, the first energy center, sometimes called “the root chakra,” relates to our most basic survival needs and our sense of belonging, whether to our family or a larger group. When this chakra is clear and energy flows through it freely, we feel secure and confident that we can easily fulfill our needs. On the other hand, blockage in this area can cause us to feel anxious and worried. This chakra, which connects us to the earth, gives us vital information about whether actions we’re considering will nourish us or pose a threat. When we have a decision to make, we can listen to the signals of the root chakra: Uncomfortable sensations are a message to be alert and reconsider, while pleasant feelings indicate that a given course of action is likely to meet our needs for safety and nourishment.
Second Chakra: Svadhisthana (orange)
This chakra resides in reproductive area and is associated with creativity and birth?both literally to a new baby but also metaphorically to new aspects of ourselves, projects and ideas. When this chakra is healthy, we’re tapped into the source of higher energy that helps us write beautiful music, develop an innovative business, or create a loving family life. When this chakra becomes congested, we may experience a block in our creative powers and a sense of dryness or emptiness.
Third Chakra: Manipura (yellow)
The third chakra, which governs our will, self-esteem and sense of personal power, is located in the solar plexus. When energy flows freely through this center, we’re confident about our ability to manifest our intentions and desires. When the third chakra is blocked, however, we feel powerless and frustrated.
Fourth Chakra: Anahata (green)
This energy center is sometimes referred to as the “heart chakra” because it resonates in the heart and relates to compassion and love. When the fourth chakra is flowing and open, we feel deeply connected to everyone in our life. But when it’s obstructed, we experience loneliness and a sense of alienation.
Fifth Chakra: Vishuddha (blue)
This energy center is localized in the throat area and relates to communication and self-expression . . . the ability to voice our dreams. When our center of communication is clear, we’re able to express our truth without worrying about what others may think. In contrast, with a congested fifth chakra, we feel anxious about how other people will react to our views and are likely to censor ourselves.
Sixth chakra: Ajna (indigo or violet)
The sixth chakra, also known as the ‘brow chakra” or the “third eye” is located between the eyes. It’s the center of insight, where we integrate all the information and intuition in our life. When energy isn’t flowing easily through this chakra, we have a sense of self-doubt and distrust. When it’s open and clear, we feel deeply connected to our inner wisdom and trust that it guides us in our choices.
Seventh chakra: Sahaswara (violet or white)
This chakra resides at the crown of the head and is therefore sometimes called the “crown chakra.” It connects us to higher consciousness and pure awareness. The seventh chakra is known as the “Thousand Petaled Lotus,” which bursts open when we remember our true nature and experience enlightenment.
Abalone/Mother of Pearl– Carries the vibrations of love, beauty, gentleness, caring, compassion and peace. Brings forth the healing power of the sea.
Agate– Balances the mental, emotional and physical body. Helps to eliminate negativity. Stabilizes the aura. Stimulates analytical capabilities.
Amazonite– Assists one in expressing completely and with love on all matters. Strengthens the ability to bring order out of chaos. Known as healer of the heart.
Amber– Activates a desire to serve humanity, stimulates the intellect and has a soothing and calming energy. Transforms negative energy. Helps the body heal.
Amethyst– Calms the mind. Lends strength and willpower to control undesirable habits. Known as the stone of spirituality, raising one’s vibration. Good for Pittas.
Angelite- A stone for raising conscious awareness. Used to verbalize and communicate love and light to the world.
Aquamarine– Reduces fear and stimulates self-expression. Helps one to feel safe while moving through the changes of life. Provides a shield for the aura.
Aventurine– Supports one’s ability to honor and trust one’s decisions. Helps to relieve anxiety and fear. Enhances creativity. Balances male/female energies.
Black Spinel– Provides encouragement and grounding. Called the “stone of immortality.” Enhances ability to follow through with ones plans and dreams.
Black Tourmaline- A strong, spiritually grounding stone that is believed to be the best stone for protection against negative energy of all kinds. It also encourages positive attitudes, good luck, and an ability to find happiness regardless of the circumstances that you find yourself in.
Blue Topaz– Stimulates the throat chakra to help express and manifest one’s desires. Brings body, mind and spirit into union with the universal life force.
Blue Lace Agate– Helps one to reach exalted spiritual states. A highly inspirational influence when used for inner-balance and awareness.
Carnelian– Great for meditating on happiness and dream fulfillment. Supportive in opening the heart center. Good for Kaphas.
Chalcedony– Useful for balancing the energy of the body, mind, emotions and spirit. Encourages generosity, responsiveness and receptivity.
Chrysocolla– Revitalizes and calms the first three chakras. Helps one attune to Earth’s energies. Promotes physical vitality. Helps release negative emotions.
Chrysoprase– Provides an attitude of acceptance and non-judgement. Enhances the physical body.
Citrine– The most Vata balancing of all stones. Soothing and calming. Supports in the accomplishment of new beginnings and matters of daily living.
Coral– Supports the ability to allow for flow and change in one’s life. Stimulates tissue regeneration.
Drusy– Often associated with peace, tranquility, patience, intuition and unconditional love. Has also been said to aid in the relief of ulcers and arthritis.
Garnet– Is known as “a stone of commitment” to purpose, to others and to oneself. Reflects the attributes of devotion, love and understanding. A tri-doshic stone.
Hematite- A grounding stone that balances the yin-yang energies. Hematite endows us with courage, willpower, confidence and vitality, while dissipating negative energy. Hematite stimulates mental concentration and focus, and helps one to overcome compulsions and addictions.
Herkimer Diamond- is a doubly terminated stone (points on both ends) and is considered the most powerful of all the quartz crystals. They are exceptionally strong healing stones used in meditation as well as dream and vision work. The Herkimer diamond is known for its ability to clear electromagnetic pollution, radioactivity, and environmental stress. It was discovered in Herkimer, New York and is almost exclusively found in that part of the world.
Howlite– Facilitates awareness and encourages emotional expression. Helps relieve pain and stress. Strengthens reasoning and patience.
Iolite– Clears negative thoughts patterns and banishes the blues. Encourages one to be secure in oneself and face fear head on.
Jade– (yellow & green) Generates divine unconditional love. Assists one in being in touch with one’s desires. Helps in building the bridge to create dreams into reality.
Jasper– Known as a protector. Helps to stabilize emotions. A grounding stone. Pacifies Vata. Stimulates Kapha.
Kyanite– Brings tranquility and a calming effect to the whole being. Aligns and opens all chakras.
Kunzite– An excellent stone for those who are not totally relaxed when expressing the emotions of the heart space.
Labadorite– Helps one to advance without constraint. Provides insight and clarity of purpose. Assists in understanding one’s destiny.
Lapis– Gives spiritual illumination, knowledge and understanding of the sacred nature of things. Great for communication.
Lava– A stone of strength and courage. It allows for stability throughout change.
Lepidolite– Reduces the tendency to stress and worry needlessly. Supports harmonious transitions. Facilitates hope and acceptance.
Magnesite– a calming stone used for meditation, it aids in making amazing positive changes in ones life.
Malachite– Assists one in accepting and allowing for one’s shortcomings. Assists in clearing and activating all the chakras.
Onyx– Encourages good fortune and enhances self control. Stimulates decision making capabilities.
Pearls– Calming to the mind and emotions. Enhances personal integrity.
Peridot– Promotes strength and regeneration. Balances the energy to transcend ego. Cleanses and stimulates the heart and third chakra.
Peruvian Opal– Aids in restoring harmony on all levels. Opens one to spontaneity of action and decisions.
Pyrite- A unique protector from negative energy, emotional attack and physical harm. It enhances will power and the ability to see behind facades to what is real. It is regarded as a stone of action, stimulating creativity, vitality and the will to tap into one’s abilities and potential. It brings confidence and the persistence to carry things through to completion. It enhances one’s ability to generate wealth.
Quartz Crystal– Amplifies energies. Assists one in increasing the force of thought for sending and receiving energy. Provides for personal strength.
Rhodochrosite– Creates emotional balance and assists one in increasing feelings of self-worth and self-esteem.
Rhodonite– Balances yin and yang and duality of thought. Promotes a sense of inner calm and self-assuredness.
Rose Quartz– Promotes love and passion. Opens and balances the heart center. Harmonizes the mind. Beneficial for Pitta.
Ruby– Stimulates the heart chakra and helps one to reach their most sought after goals. Stimulates mental concentration.
Rudraksha– Balancing, grounding, and purifying. Seeds of the Rudraksha tree are utilized as sacred prayer beads.
Rutilated Quartz– Promotes insight, stimulates awareness and aids in communication.
Sandalwood– Attracts positive energy and clear perception. Promotes tranquility.
Serpentine– Enhances meditative qualities. Good for the emotional system. Clears the chakras.
Smokey Quartz– A “stone of cooperation.” Stimulates the unification of energies directed toward the same goal. Grounding stone.
Sodalite– Helps to eliminate confusion. Brings lightness of heart. Encourages self-esteem.
Sugilite– Attracts healing power. Said to be “a love stone for this age.” Stimulates inspiration and confidence.
Sunstone-Dissipates fear, alleviates stress and increases vitality.
Tiger Eye– Promotes calm and clarity. Evokes brightness and optimism.
Topaz– Assists one in attracting and absorbing that which is needed from the universe.
Pink Tourmaline– Stimulates the heart chakra and encourages the universality of unconditional love.
Green Tourmaline– Opens the heart chakra. Enhances the quality of compassion.
Turquoise– Excellent stone for spiritual receptivity and awareness. A grounding stone that provides strength and protection.
*** No toxic metals are ever used in any of our jewelry components.
Gold: Gold has been considered the king of metals for centuries. It’s associated with the Sun and is considered to generate heat and energy for its wearers. It opens you up to wisdom, prosperity, and all around success, while also inspiring virtue, moral excellence and nobility of the mind. Gold strengthens its wearer’s self-confidence and promotes positive thinking and a cheerful attitude.
Silver: Whereas gold is the metal of the sun, silver is the metal of the moon. Silver is often related to women and feminine energy, and is associated with many ancient Goddesses. Like the moon and water, silver is reflective and used to mirror the soul bringing people calm and balance. It is the metal of emotions, love and healing. It helps us remove anger and soothe the mind, making it a powerful anti-anxiety metal that creates a sense of harmony and personal power.
Copper: Healers base their belief in Copper’s power to heal the mind and body based on the metal’s energy conducting properties. Copper can stimulate the flow of energy thereby helping the wearer overcome lethargic tendencies, resulting in a more vitalized person. They also attribute powers of communication, purification, increasing self-esteem and freeing the wearer of mental burdens. Not only is copper recognized as a very powerful aide for alleviating arthritic and rheumatic diseases, but also for its ability to improve the circulation of blood, increase energy, detoxify the body, reduce inflammation, and stabilize metabolism. Copper is recognized by the scientific and medical communities for its amazing germicidal attributes as well; 95% fewer micro-organisms are found on copper when compared to other materials/metals.
Bronze: An alloy consisting mostly of copper (the bronze we use is over 90% copper) and shares the same healing properties. Bronze has been used in the manufacture of various types of medals for centuries, and is known in contemporary times for being awarded for third place in sporting competitions and other events. The later usage was in part attributed to the choices of gold, silver and bronze to represent the first three Ages of Man in Greek mythology: the Golden Age, when men lived among the gods; the Silver age, where youth lasted a hundred years; and the Bronze Age, the era of heroes, and was first adopted at the 1904 Summer Olympics.
Stainless Steel: Included here since it is an underappreciated metal and a lot of jewelry is made from it. If you have allergies, steel is usually the best metal to wear. Also, stainless steel will never go dull. It will always have a beautiful shiny sparkle. This common yet powerful metal protects from anything that would drain you of energy: mental, physical, emotional and spiritual.