Happy Monday friends! Did anyone start their day off with a yoga or meditation practice? For those of you who do practice yoga and meditation, you are probably familiar with the symbol I want to talk about today–the Om symbol. This special symbol has many meanings and could even mean something different to you personally but today I want to talk a little bit about its history.
Carrying on with our series discussing the different symbols we used throughout on jewelry here at Zenned Out, today I want to talk a little bit about the Hamsa. It is one of my favorite symbols, as you may or may not be able to tell by how much we use it around here! 😉
Well, hello there! Happy Monday–I hope you all had a fantastic weekend and that it is starting to feel a little bit like Fall where you are (sadly, it definitely is not here in Phoenix)! Today, I am kicking off a new blog series where I will be sharing the meanings behind many of the symbols you see on Zenned Out jewelry. We love using decorative patterns and symbols on our pieces, but to us, they mean much more than just added prettiness.
If you’ve bought any of our pieces you may be familiar with our care card that comes with every order. You may also know that many of our pieces do require some maintenance to stay nice and shiny. We get a lot of questions about our metals; why they change colors, and how to clean them. And I wanted to take some time to answer some of our most frequently asked metal cleaning questions here on the blog!
Today I am so pleased to introduce you all to a new friend of mine, Kerry Burki. She is a yoga teacher, handmade artist, community supporter and creative entrepreneur living in Scottsdale, Arizona with her husband and two little boys. Kerry is passionate about encouraging others to pursue their creative dreams and make sure that they nourish their souls during the journey. Thank you Kerry for sharing your insights into self-care for creatives with us!