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Focused energy stirs up something powerful inside, waiting for its release into the world. It begins a feeling. It awakens something deep and moving. Whatever the sentiment in wearing a particular piece, make it both thoughtful and your own. Go with intent.

 

Symbols

 

Om can be a whisper or a roar. It is the all-connecting sound of the universe.

The Heart, a western symbol, declares true feelings of love, courage, sadness and desire.

Mudra is the Sanskrit spiritual gesture. In yoga, mudras affect the flow of prana within the body.

In the Hindu and Buddhist religions, the Lotus/Padma represents divine beauty and is a symbol for spiritual awakening. The flower rises from muddy waters to blossom symbolizing rising above and overcoming difficult times.

Many religions believe the open palm of the Hamsa is a sign of protection, bringing power, strength and blessings.

The Tree of Life is a universal symbol found in many spiritual traditions around the world, symbolizing life itself and the linking of heaven and earth.

In Eastern tradition, the Elephant symbolizes luck and wealth.

Arjuna is a great archer and considered a main hero in sacred Hindu texts.

The Gayatri mantra is one of the oldest and most powerful Sanskrit mantras. It means may God almighty, the giver of light and life, illuminate our intellect and lead us along the righteous path.

Ganesh, the God of wisdom and learning, is believed to be the remover of obstacles.

The Hindu goddess of knowledge, arts and nature is Saraswati.

According to Hindu legends, Hanuman is worshiped to win over demons and negative energies.

The 108 Bead Mala is a powerful rosary in Buddhism and Hinduism.

The divinity Asha equals hope.

Devi is the core form of every Hindu goddess.

Shanti translates to peace.

Shakti, dynamic forces thought to move through the entire universe in Hinduism.

Atman in Eastern religions is a reference to the essential self or soul.

In saying Namaste, it means, “I bow to the divine in you.”

The Tulsi plant is considered sacred in Hinduism and powerfully translates to the incomparable one.