• The Shiva Lingam is an ancient symbol of primordial creative energy.  The oval shape of the stone represents male energy while the markings represent female energy.  Shiva Lingam stones are found at the Narmada river in India.  They are carefully collected and polished.  This small Shiva Lingam (approx. 1.5” long) is fastened with sterling silver so it can be worn as a protective charm.  Handmade in a fair-trade workshop in India.

  • Often referred to as tears of Lord Shiva, Rudraksha seeds are auspicious to wear and to use for chanting.

  • One of the Divine Mother’s primary symbols is the Kali Yantra, composed of lines forming a diagram in which envisioned and experienced energy is concentrated.  The square with its four entrance portals represents the boundaries enclosing the meditating self, as well as symbolizing the earth element and the material quality of nature.  The lotus petals express the different stages of spiritual expansion, the circle is the symbol of wholeness and the downward pointing triangle represents the seat of feminine energy.  The original simplicity of the yantra composition and its energy can directly reach deeper levels of our consciousness.  Made from sterling silver, gold plating and embedded garnet triangle.

  • Om is divine vibration from which all of creation springs.  Considered by mystics to be the original name of God, Om is chanted by millions as a daily spiritual practice.  Made from sterling silver with Garnet.

  • The seeds of the rudraksha tree are considered the tears of Rudra-Shiva.  The wearing of rudraksha is believed to purify our body and mind, awaken kundalini, destroy sin, develop devotion, and is ideal for chanting mantras to Lord Shiva and the Divine Mother.  The smaller the beads, the more rare and expensive.

  • Hand-strung on silver in the Himalayan foothills; this mala of 73 beads is made from nine types of semi-precious stones that represent the seven primary planets – Sun, Moon, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn – as well as the Lunar North Node and South Node, known in the Vedic astrology system as Rahu and Ketu.  According to Vedic astrology, each planet has a presiding deity that can have a considerable influence on our lives.  The wearing of specific stones is believed to mitigate the malignant effects and augment the benevolent effect of these planetary deities. 

  • The mystical powers of the Rudraksha beads are said to bring the wearer health, happiness, success and they facilitate meditation.

  • Rose quartz promotes unconditional love, forgiveness, infinite peace and compassion.  It creates harmony in relationships and teaches us about the true essence of love.  It purifies and opens up the heart allowing us to express our emotions.  It reduces stress and tension, allowing us to express love, sensitivity and compassion towards ourselves and others.

  • Jade is a powerful emotional balancer, nurturing and bringing peace and purity into your life, removing negative thoughts and energy.  It radiates the Divine, promoting unconditional love, serenity, clarity of mind, courage and wisdom.  It is a protective stone that keeps you from harm.

  • Silver Om Ear Cuff
  • Often referred to as tears of Lord Shiva, Rudraksha seeds are auspicious to wear and to use for chanting.

  • Coral is a good aid for meditation and visualization.  Records dating back thousands of years confirm that coral was used in decorative art objects.  It was believed to prevent ill fortune and offer protection from skin disease when worn as a necklace.  This mala consists of coral beads that have been dyed.  Original red coral is endangered and mostly unavailable.

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