The Flower of Life : is well known and present in ancient cultures from all around the world. It represents the interconnectedness of all that is in the universe. The life flow of energy that allows everythign to exist, communicate and collaborate, often called the Divine Matrix. It is a potent symbol that can harmonize, reorganize and align the energies of what is around it. It is used in the spiritual practices as a tool for healing in energy work, meditation and to create crystal grids to name a few. Having this symbol on you can promote a sense of calmness, harmony within all the facets of your being and also help keep your vibration high.
Lotus : Important symbol of enlightenment, beauty and overcoming of challenges. This flower grown in mud and stagnant water. Hence, it is a beautiful metaphor that shows how one can overcome harsh conditions and bloom in all its beauty to show its brightest colours. To rise above drama, victimisation, addiction and all those things in this world that can drag us down. It is a symbol of spiritual awakening, of new beginning and is often used to portray beings that reached illumination. Lotus also represents the qualities of the Divine Feminine archetypes such as Quand Yin in Eastern cultures. It brings forth the notions of pure love, compassion and peace.
Amethyst: Stone of calm and spirituality. Calms anxieties and worries by freeing the mind from looping thoughts. Brings intuition and opens the crown chakra. A stone that transmutes negative energies into positive ones. It calms the emotions and helps us to take a step back and distance ourselves from the emotions in order to better analyze the situation. Sais to helps to overcome addictions.
Cherrywood meaning : According to druidic and celtic tradition, Cherrywood teaches us the lessons of clearing the pain of the heart and relating to others in a compassionate manner. Cherrywood is the tree of the heart. It is imbued with the powers of making and doing achievement, and self-assertion over obstacles and critics. It is the pure energy of will and desire. The cherry fruit is magically linked to the root chakra and so to sex and birth: the life force of attraction and renewal. Cherry tree are very present in Japanese culture. As it blooms spectacularely during spring, it is therefore the symbol of renewal, beauty and magic. On the flipside, it teaches us how ephemeral things are in life and how to show gratitude for the beauty around, even though it’s just passing.