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Handcrafted in 18-karat White Gold, this Baby Medallion charm symbolizes the Internal Compass. The compass is comprised of the four major cardinal directions; North, South, East & West. The directions are in mirror image as a metaphor that only with self-reflection can each of us find what has heart & meaning in life and then determine the next step towards it. When the wearer looks in the mirror then the right direction can be found.


All white gold pieces are made to order and require a 6-8 week lead time.


To use this baby medallion with our Oval Annex link, please un-check Jumpring.

Details
  • Handcrafted in 18-karat gold
  • Medallion measures 15mm
  • Diamond weight: .136 carat

Handcrafted in 18-karat White Gold, this Baby Medallion charm symbolizes the Internal Compass. The compass is comprised of the four major cardinal directions; North, South, East & West. The directions are in mirror image as a metaphor that only with self-reflection can each of us find what has heart & meaning in life and then determine the next step towards it. When the wearer looks in the mirror then the right direction can be found.


All white gold pieces are made to order and require a 6-8 week lead time.


To use this baby medallion with our Oval Annex link, please un-check Jumpring.

  • Handcrafted in 18-karat gold
  • Medallion measures 15mm
  • Diamond weight: .136 carat

Internal Compass

This piece is derived from the Internal Compass Tenet. The cardinal directions of our compass are in mirror image because it’s only with self-reflection can the right path be determined.  Only when you look in the mirror can the directions be properly read.

  • 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.
Learn more about the different tenets