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Handcrafted in 18-karat Yellow Gold, this Floating Medallion Earring symbolizes symbolizes Karma. Every day, every moment, we make choices. We have a choice regarding what kind of energy we want to put out there in the world. The number 8 represents the continual returning of energy. On its side, the 8 stands for infinity. The Crescent moon was chosen for its Latin root word, crescere, to grow. Reminding us that every day is a new day to grow inwardly by seeking truth and enlightenment.

Details
  • Handcrafted in 18-karat gold
  • Floating crescent ring and center medallion measure 15mm diameter in total
  • Ear post with a lever back
  • Sold individually

Handcrafted in 18-karat Yellow Gold, this Floating Medallion Earring symbolizes symbolizes Karma. Every day, every moment, we make choices. We have a choice regarding what kind of energy we want to put out there in the world. The number 8 represents the continual returning of energy. On its side, the 8 stands for infinity. The Crescent moon was chosen for its Latin root word, crescere, to grow. Reminding us that every day is a new day to grow inwardly by seeking truth and enlightenment.

  • Handcrafted in 18-karat gold
  • Floating crescent ring and center medallion measure 15mm diameter in total
  • Ear post with a lever back
  • Sold individually

Karma

This piece is derived from the Karma Tenet. Everday, 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. Below are the symbols and their meanings.

  • Crescent From the Latin root word, crescere, to grow, reminding us that every day is a new day to work towards truth.
  • Infinity On its side, the 8 stands for infinity. Boundless, never-ending, continuous.
  • 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.
Learn more about the different tenets