Inspired by the “Ajna” chakra” third eye. This symbol elicits insight, self-realization and imagination. The Ajna is said to bestow wisdom and a deeper sense of intuition upon those who wear this pendant.
Meaning “the enlightened one”, the symbol of Buddha has come to represent wisdom, compassion and truth. This pendant manifests humility and clarity while showing love for all of mankind.
Across many different cultures throughout history, the Evil Eye has been worn as a protective talisman to ward off negative energy with strength and resilience.
Manifesting wisdom, good luck and success, the Ganesha is reputed to remove fear, negativity and obstacles on the path ahead.
Revered for its protective qualities, the Hamsa is a Middle Eastern motif that symbolizes the “Hand of God” and helps to nurture good health and happiness.
Literally representing one’s heart-center, love is at the center of everything and this pendant is a thoughtful reminder to always lead from your heart.
The Mandala symbol is often found in Hinduism and Tibetan Buddhism, where it represents the interconnected, all encompassing nature of the universe. Sacred geometry symbol used in meditation.
Venerated as the primal sound of the universe, the Om pendant manifests peace, equanimity and harmony between mind, body, and spirit.
Still iconic today, the Peace sign was first introduced in 1958 and has been used since as the universal symbol for “love not war.”
The Sri Yantra represents the cosmos – bringing focus, abundance and a unique feminine energy to those who set their intention here.
Inspired by “Surya” meaning Sun in Sanskrit. Our Surya pendant is meant to amplify confidence, courage and inner light.