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A tenet is a principle or belief. Each tenet can be expressed via multiple symbols from our lexicon.

Explore our tenets below and click on the cards to learn more about the symbolism behind our pieces.

STRENGTH

Strength is within. We all have it, but sometimes it wanes, and sometimes we really need to call on it. The Strength collection reminds us that it is there.

KARMA

Every day, every moment, we make choices, how to respond, how to move forward, and every choice is preceded by an intention.
That intention drives the consequences.

DREAM

Dream forward.
We can actualize our dreams.

PROTECTION

In the face of adversity, we need to remember that our soul is unconquerable. Yet, we need protection from our own negative thoughts.

WHOLENESS

Wholeness is encouragement to seek unity within through growth and balance.
Mind, Body, Soul.

LIVE PASSIONATELY

Encouragement to live life passionately and fully.

LOVE

Love is what makes our heart beat. Love gives life meaning and purpose. Love is defined by all 7 types of love.

RESILIENCE

Because it is worth pursuing a life filled with blossoms which continue to bloom, even in darkness, against adversity.

INTERNAL COMPASS

All change starts within and radiates outwards. The cardinal directions of the compass are in mirror-image; it's only with self-reflection can the right path be determined.

ASTROLOGICAL KEYS

At the center of the Astrologiccal Keys is Aether, our light; our "oneness". Our birth charts help us to gain insight into our own characters and how our natural tendencies effect our relationships and personal fulfillment. Insight is the key to achiencing balance.  

Lion

The lion symbolizes strength, dignity & self-confidence.

Star

The star represents energy & divine guidance.

Sun

The sun is our reference to inner light.

Crescent

From the Latin root word, crescere, to grow, reminding us that every day is a new day to work towards truth.

Tiger

A Tiger conjures images of fierceness and great beauty. Like the Lion, there is nobility, power & authority but the Tiger is also receptive and alert. The Tiger is considered a lunar animal (feminine, receptive energy) where the Lion is decidedly solar (masculine, assertive energy) Both represent different but equally powerful types of strength

Star

The star represents energy & divine guidance.

Star

The star represents energy & divine guidance.

Crescent

From the Latin root word, crescere, to grow, reminding us that every day is a new day to work towards truth.

Number 8

The number 8 represents the continual of returning energy. We have a choice regarding what kind of energy we want to put out in the world.

Star

The star represents energy & divine guidance.

Crescent

From the Latin root word, crescere, to grow, reminding us that every day is a new day to work towards truth.

Arrow

The Arrow is about launching forward. Sometimes the forward progress seems daunting or halted, but even an arrow can only be shot by pulling it backwards first. Even one step forward matters.

Fire Symbol

The divine triangle is associated with pyramids & sacred mountains;
within the elements it is Fire, representing the journey of self discovery &
transformation.

Star

The star represents energy & divine guidance.

Laurels

The interlocking laurel leaf branches are a historic emblem that signifies accomplishment and glory. The Laurel leaf is an evergreen which addsadditional meaning, indicating that the achievement is an unfading glory.

Crown

The crown signals the achievement of the dream.

Star

The star represents energy & divine guidance.

Horseshoe

The Horseshoe is a symbol of a shield of protection. We chose it as our symbol of Protection particularly due to the Metal it was originally made from; Iron. Iron is a strong metal that withstands fire, an appropriate metaphor for standing against the fire of adversity and negativity.

Fire Symbol

The divine triangle is associated with pyramids & sacred mountains;
within the elements it is Fire, representing the journey of self discovery &
transformation.

Scarab

The scarab is an ancient Egyptian symbol of Khepera, a form of the Sun God, who transforms inert matter into action, creates life and is a powerful protector.

Water Symbol

With its point downward, the divine triangle is an ancient symbol of femininity, suggestive of a chalice, or a cup; holding a reservoir of collective feminine energy. Within the elements, it represents Water.

Horse

n the face of adversity, the Latin word Invictus bolsters us. We can be hurt physically, financially, emotionally; yet our soul is unconquerable. “...I thank whatever gods may be For my unconquerable soul. ...I am the master of my fate, I am the captain of my soul. “ Invictus c. 1875 William Ernest Henley

Crescent

From the Latin root word, crescere, to grow, reminding us that every day is a new day to work towards truth.

Fire Symbol

The divine triangle is associated with pyramids & sacred mountains;
within the elements it is Fire, representing the journey of self discovery &
transformation.

Snake

The snake is valued as a talisman of rejuvenation. In order to grow, it must shed its skin. Shown here with the Fire triangle, coupling rejuvenation with transformation.

Star

The star represents energy & divine guidance.

Crescent

From the Latin root word, crescere, to grow, reminding us that every day is a new day to work towards truth.

Snake

The snake is valued as a talisman of rejuvenation. In order to grow, it must shed its skin. Shown here with the Fire triangle, coupling rejuvenation with transformation.

Mind Body Soul

Elephant

The Elephant is associated with wisdom, experience & good fortune. They are a matriarchal society, highly social and compassionate.

Water

Though soft and fluid, water can wear away stone. Water is intuition and healing.

Water Symbol

With its point downward, the divine triangle is an ancient symbol of femininity, suggestive of a chalice, or a cup; holding a reservoir of collective feminine energy. Within the elements, it represents Water.

Sparrow

We chose the Sparrow, to pictorially represent its homophone “Spero”, Latin for Hope. Choose to hold onto hope. Dum Spiro Spero: As long as I breathe, I hope.

Crossed Arrows

Two individual arrows cross to form a new whole; a union of friendship, of love, that didn't exist separately. Aided by wings, representing unbridled exuberance, and a star for energy & divine guidance.

Wings

With wings we are creatures of the limitless sky. No longer earthbound, with wings we fly.

Fire Symbol

The divine triangle is associated with pyramids & sacred mountains;
within the elements it is Fire, representing the journey of self discovery &
transformation.

Fire

The divine triangle is associated with pyramids, arrowheads and sacred mountains, representing discovery, revelation and ascension. In alchemy it represents Change & it is also the traditional sign for Fire within the Elements. Across cultures, religions and disciplines, it sums up to remind us that the power of Transformation is within us.

Sun

The sun is our reference to inner light.

Leo

Aries

Sagittarius

Number 7

Number 7 is an auspicious number across all cultures indicating completion and a tribute to the seven types of love.

Philia: Friendship
Philautia: Self-love
Eros: Romantic Love
Agape: Universal love
Storge: The love between parents and children Ludus: Playful love
Pragma: Love founded on duty & reason

Roman Number 7

True Love Knot

A True Lovers Knot, also known as Bowen’s Knot, is a Heraldic Knot representing the connectivity of true love. The four outer loops beseech support from the 4 corners of the world.

Star

The star represents energy & divine guidance.

Spark

It just takes a spark to begin a lifelong journey of True Love.

Number 7

Number 7 is an auspicious number across all cultures indicating completion and a tribute to the seven types of love.

Philia: Friendship
Philautia: Self-love
Eros: Romantic Love
Agape: Universal love
Storge: The love between parents and children Ludus: Playful love
Pragma: Love founded on duty & reason

Amate

Someone who is dearly loved, beloved, & treasured. The letters of A-M-A-T-E is a ligature, combining the letters as one to form a sinlge connected glyph.

Bunny

Excerpt from The Velveteen Rabbit: He said, “You become. It takes a long time. That’s why it doesn't happen often to people who break easily, or have sharp edges, or who have to be carefully kept. Generally by the time you are Real, most of your hair has been loved off, and your eyes drop out and you get loose in the joints and very shabby. but these things don't matter at all, because once you are Real you can't be ugly, except to people who don't understand”. c 1922 Margery Williams

Rose

Star

The star represents energy & divine guidance.

Blossoms

Wild, abundant, untamed, these flowers are fed with passion and continue to bloom even in adversity. Blossoms still bloom in darkness when tended.

Thorn

The thorn is a symbol of the risk we assume when we follow our hearts because you can't separate the blossom from its thorn. A juxtaposition of beginnings and endings, sorrow and joy; dark and light. Shown with a background of resilient dark blossoms.

Wood

Wood is strong yet yields and bends. It plants its roots into the earth, its boughs brought low in a strong wind but it does not break. “Adhuc Stantes” is Latin for “still standing”.

Wood Glyph

It is associated with generosity, co-operation, expansiveness and growth. Wood is wise and idealistic.

Blossoms

Wild, abundant, untamed, these flowers are fed with passion and continue to bloom even in adversity. Blossoms still bloom in darkness when tended.

Ram

The ram has been a long held symbol of perseverance, determination, leadership and authority.

Compass

Continual process of adjusting course to align better with our life purpose and beliefs. Mirror Reflection.

East

As the sun rises, east symbolizes new beginnings. Mirror Reflection.

True North

The constant in your life. The “right” direction, the “right” choice for you. Mirror Reflection.

Rooster

The message is timeless: be true to yourself, accept yourself. Symbolic meanings of the Rooster are as wide-ranging & diverse as individuals are, but most cultures see the Rooster associated with the sun, a sign of illumination, a messenger, calling out to us, walking us from the sleep of just existing rather than being.

East

As the sun rises, east symbolizes new beginnings. Mirror Reflection.

Fire

The divine triangle is associated with pyramids, arrowheads and sacred mountains, representing discovery, revelation and ascension. In alchemy it represents Change & it is also the traditional sign for Fire within the Elements. Across cultures, religions and disciplines, it sums up to remind us that the power of Transformation is within us.

Fire Symbol

The divine triangle is associated with pyramids & sacred mountains;
within the elements it is Fire, representing the journey of self discovery &
transformation.

Aries

Sagittarius

Leo

Aries

Aries Glyph

Sagittarius

Sagittarius Glyph

Leo

Leo Glyph

Air

Air brings the winds of change. A breath of fresh air, carrying new ideas. “Abhinc” is Latin for “From here on”…There is so much life in front of us.

Air Element

A part of every living thing that exists. A great spiritual energy and life force, literally breathing life into us.

Aquarius

Libra

Gemini

Aquarius

Aquarius Glyph

Libra

Libra Glyph

Gemini

Gemini Glyph

Water

Though soft and fluid, water can wear away stone. Water is intuition and healing.

Water Symbol

With its point downward, the divine triangle is an ancient symbol of femininity, suggestive of a chalice, or a cup; holding a reservoir of collective feminine energy. Within the elements, it represents Water.

Pisces

Scorpio

Cancer

Pisces

Pisces Glyph

Scorpio

Scorpio Glyph

Cancer

Cancer Glyph

Earth

The foundation of all things. It is the basis of life. Earth has the ability to manifest and create with stability and loyalty. Earth is grounding and nesting.

Earth Element

The foundation of all things. It represents stability and grounding. It is the basis of life.

Virgo

Taurus

Capricorn

Virgo

Virgo Glyph

Taurus

Taurus Glyph

Capricorn

Capricorn Glyph