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Handcrafted in 18-karat gold, this Medium Champleve Medallion fused in white enamel represents wholeness. Snakes have been revered as talismans of rejuvenation, as they shed their skin to grow; just as we need continued growth to find balance. An Ouroboros, an ancient symbol depicting a snake eating itÕs own tail, symbolizes the experience of unity To aid the continued growth is a crescent moon, for its Latin root word, crescere. Wholeness is an encouragement to seek unity within through growth and balance.

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  • Handcrafted in 18-karat gold
  • Medallion measures 20 mm
  • Diamond total .008 carat
  • Handcrafted in 18-karat gold, this Medium Champleve Medallion fused in white enamel represents wholeness. Snakes have been revered as talismans of rejuvenation, as they shed their skin to grow; just as we need continued growth to find balance. An Ouroboros, an ancient symbol depicting a snake eating itÕs own tail, symbolizes the experience of unity To aid the continued growth is a crescent moon, for its Latin root word, crescere. Wholeness is an encouragement to seek unity within through growth and balance.

  • Handcrafted in 18-karat gold
  • Medallion measures 20 mm
  • Diamond total .008 carat
  • Wholeness

    This piece is derived from the Wholeness Tenet. Wholeness encourages us to seek unity through growth and balance and, like a snake, to shed the skin we have outgrown. Below are the symbols and their meaning.

    • 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.
    Learn more about the different tenets