|Ajna||This symbol is best known as the "Third Eye" and closely associated with the Sixth or Guru Chakra. The Ajna elicits insight, self-realization, and imagination. Those who wear the Ajna pendant channel wisdom and natural intuition.|
Buddha, “The enlightened one represents wisdom, compassion, and truth. This pendant is worn to manifest humility, clarity, and show love for all of mankind.
|Evil Eye (Protector)||
In different cultures through history the Evil Eye acts as a protective talisman and wards off negative energy, jealousy, and misfortune. This talisman also provides the wearer with strength, and resilience.
The Ganesha - a symbol powerful in removing obstacles - is known as "The Lord of Beginnings." An Elephant-headed deity, Ganesha (or Ganesh) brings good fortune. This pendant manifests wisdom, good luck, and success. Mantra: "Om Gam Ganapataye Namaha. Translation: "Remove negativity, obstacle, and fear."
The Hamsa is an ancient multi-cultural Middle-eastern talisman which is powerful symbol to bring happiness and good health to the wearer.
This powerful symbol literally represents one's heart-center overflowing with love, abundance, and acceptance. Love is in the center of everything. This pendant reminds us to always lead from one's heart. Mantra: "All you need is Love". Translation: "Everything starts with Love."
This symbol represents the metaphysical cosmos of the Universe. The mandala elicits mystical significance including cosmic palaces. Those who wear the Mandala Pendant experience transformation towards enlightenment. Mantra: "Open me up towards possibility". Translation: "Limitless opportunity exists."
This ancient symbol embodies the connection between mind, body, and spirit. This pendant invites harmony and peace and in Hindu cultures is the primal sound of the Universe.
The peace sign is the ‘youngest’ of the talisman. It was fifty years old in February 2008 . From ban the bomb movement to anti-war demonstrations around the globe, the peace symbol soon came to represent the anti-establishment 60s when the youth culture wore them in all forms from buttons to jewelry. It has never gone out of style and is the universal sign for “love not war” harmony between cultures and for bringing all people together as one world.
Nine interlocking triangles represent the cosmos and inter-connectivity. This geometrical symbol is feminine in nature, and is worn to bring focus and to celebrate and/or bring abundance and prosperity to your life.
In Sanskrit, this symbol's meaning is "Sun." The wearer experiences enhanced willpower, courage, and vitality. Surya is a powerful symbol spiritually promoting confidence and inner-light radiance. Mantra: "Aum Bhanave Namah". Translation: "One who illumes the bright one."
|Amethyst||Amethyst is said to bring true balance to the crown chakra. This ancient and semi-precious stone works on intuition and higher consciousness.|
|Aquamarine||Deeply aligned with the Throat Chakra and bringing the wearer clarity, empowerment of self-expression, calm, serenity and hope.|
|Clear Quartz||Quartz is considered the master healer of all crystals. This powerful stone enhances clarity and balance.|
|Diamond||Known as the King of Gems, the Diamond symbolizes enduring love, truth, and abundance.|
|Emerald||Connected to the Heart Chakra, this stone invokes hope and prosperity.|
|Garnet||Connected directly to the base chakra. The Garnet invokes Security, stability and devotion.|
Magic of the Moon. As Romance, Protection, Love and Luck.
|Ruby||The Ruby is the stone of nobility. This powerful stone provides passion, desire and inner beauty.|
This royal gem connects to the Throat and Third-eye Chakra promoting truth, Fidelity and Loyalty.
||Orange Sapphire||Success and Good Fortune|
|Purple Sapphire||Empowerment and Serenity|
|Turquoise||Joy, Luck and Friendship|