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Lotus Flower Symbolism

September 14, 2015 1:32 am Published by

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.

The Seven Chakras

March 9, 2015 12:21 am Published by

Some of you may be wondering what exactly a chakra even is. In Hindu, yogic and other belief systems, chakras are the seven energy points that run along the meridian of the body. Running from bottom to top of the body, they are the root chakra, sacral chakra, solar plexus chakra, heart chakra, throat chakra, third eye chakra and crown chakra. Each chakra coordinates with different, feelings, emotions, body parts and energies. Here is a quick breakdown of each chakra, the coordinating gemstone, mantra and meaning: ☾ The Crown Chakra ♥ Rainbow Moonstone ♥ Mantra: Silence, Meaning: Oneness ☾ The... Continue Reading

My Sketching and Journaling Practice

October 8, 2014 1:46 am Published by

Hello friends! Today I am excited to share with you my practice of sketching and journaling. I use my sketchbook for journaling, drawing and doodling. It is a huge source of stress release for me, as well as being a wonderful creative outlet. Some of my favorite journaling techniques to battle fear and anxiety are writing a list of affirmations like, “I am good,” “I am healthy,” and “I trust that everything will be exactly as it is meant to be,” etc. Sometimes I write love letters to myself, which are especially helpful when I’m being really hard on myself.... Continue Reading

My Meditation Practice

September 9, 2014 1:17 am Published by

Today I would like to share a little bit about my meditation practice–how I got started meditating and some useful tools I use to set my mind from wandering.