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Yoga Jewelry & Other Symbol Meanings

Meaningful Jewelry with Sacred symbols
Lotus The Lotus flower symbolizes the growth of inner beauty. It sits in a murky pond waiting for the warmth of the suns rays to emerge and reveal its true beauty. In many Eastern cultures, the Lotus flower symbolizes purity, new beginnings, and divine birth. The unfolding flower embodies the endless ocean of creation.
Om (Aum) Om is the sacred sound of the universe. It vibrates peace and harmony amongst all living beings. As the most sacred sound, Om is the root of the universe and everything that exists and it continues to hold everything together.
Peace The symbol of stillness, silence, or serenity- the sign that brings our world together towards harmony.
Buddha The Sanskrit word Buddha means "awakened one". Honor the spirit of love, light, truth, and peace which lives in all of us.
Cross A sacred symbol for Christianity -inspires devotion and passion to those who wear it.
Ganesh "Wherever there is Ganesh, there is Success and Prosperity". He is the symbol of wisdom, intelligence, education, prudence, luck and fortune. He is the remover of obstacles, and believed to be the harbinger of good fortune.
Namaste A term commonly used in yoga, Namaste literally translates to "the light within me honors the light within you".
Wings Swiftness and protection, our vehicle for freedom and liberation.
Dove With her head held high and her wings spread wide, this little peace dove is ready to soar. May peace take flight!
Tree of life The tree of life gathers nourishment from mother earth and reaches to the heavens. It symbolizes stability and strength while reminding us to reach for our dreams.
Hamsa The spiritual protection of a Hamsa Hand brings good fortune, love, happiness, and good health. It protects the wearer from evil.
Sprout A sprout so small yet holds a miracle - A Redwood sprouting from the forest floor. A symbol of new beginnings, this little sprout reminds us it's never too late to follow our bliss.
Bee In many religions, honeybees are commonly depicted as messengers for the spirits, and are closely associated with the sun. In ancient Egypt, they're the tears of the sun god Ra. In Hinduism, we see a blue honeybee on Krishna's forehead. And, in yoga, where each chakra emits a different sound the lowest chakra emits the hum of the honeybee.
Mudra Hand Mudras are a silent language of self-expression used in Hindu and Buddhist teachings and are often used for healing purposes. The Mudra represents home, taking you back to your roots and inviting calmness and meditation.