The rose cut diamond at the center of the lotus represents the bija or seed of the sankalpa that you plant deep in your heart.
I use natural, ethically sourced diamonds. They are extremely hard and stable naturally occurring gemstones and I use them as a symbol of the strength and resolve of your determination.
The kundan or puriﬁed gold represents your tapasya and puriﬁed spirit.
Tapasya is the process you undergo, your passing through ﬁre, that allows you to discover your own wisdom and foster a compassionate worldview. Your tapasya is what has created the space for you to be exactly where you are at this moment and to create a sankalpa from a pure, peaceful and generous place.
The enameled blooming lotus symbolizes the powerful manifestation of your sankalpa.
As your sankalpa takes root, you will begin to feel it’s vibrations. First, in subtle and gentle ways. Maybe it’s something little that you would otherwise tell yourself is a coincidence. But, you know that’s the power of your sankalpa slowly begin to bloom.
Then as your resolve grows deeper, as you let go and surrender to the universe, the vibrations of your sankalpa will grow stronger and you will begin to experience it’s power in louder and more obvious ways. You will see it blossom and manifest into your life. You’ll feel a part of the cosmic flow and the transformation in your heart will reach outwards and radiate positive change in the world at large.
The metals I used for this bracelet are fine silver and kundan, purified gold.
Silver corresponds to the moon, the right brain and left or feminine side of the body. Gold corresponds to the sun, the left brain and right or masculine side of the body.
It is the union of the feminine and masculine principle that creates the cosmos. Your sankalpa manifests through the balance and power of these principles within you.