The Confident Presence Set
This set connects the symbolism of the Triquetra with that of the Tiger Eye Stone. Two very spiritual tools for the solar plexus chakra. For confidence, self-esteem, and deeper belief in the purpose of one's gifts and journey, this set combines the ultimate symbol and gemstone unity.
The Triquetra is also known as The Celtic Triangle, or the Trinity Knot. It can be represented as having three points, or three points within three points as in this pendant.
The Triquetra represents The Earth, Sea, and Sky.
It also represents Mind, Body, and Soul.
The Triquetra is formed from a line unbroken, signifying that these three things are actually all one.
The 6 point Triquetra is composed of two interlocking triangles, signifying that our mind, body, and soul are connected and intertwined with the earth, sea, and sky.
The Triquetra reminds us that we are all part of something greater, and that there is something greater within all of us.
This symbol is also used in Christianity to represent the Father, Son, and the Holy Spirit, and in Paganism to symbolize Life, Death, and Rebirth.
This pendant is approximately 3/4" wide and tall, or 20 mm.
Tiger Eye Stone
Tiger Eye (also called Cat's Eye) is so named because of the iridescent reflection that can be seen within the stone when it is turned.
It represents the properties of the eye: the ability to see clearly. It is a stone of the mind., and also promotes clear thinking. It is a stone of the solar plexus chakra.
Essentially, Tiger Eye means to be able to define what a person wants, see how to accomplish it, and the confidence to make it happen. It is a powerful stone for new ventures and life changes.
The pendulum shape has been used in many cultures for thousands of years. It has been used in religious symbolism, as well as by mystics to tell fortunes.
It is designed to swing freely and responds incredibly well to energy. It is rounded at the top and ends in a point at the bottom. This is thought to focus and concentrate the energy down to the point.
Pendulums are most often used in older styles of clocks. They symbolize the passage of time, and steady motion and progress once energy is applied.
Anyone can stop or start a pendulum, but once that energy is placed on it, it continues to remain in motion or motionless.
Where we choose to put our energy on a moment to moment basis determines our direction, and continually shapes the world around us.
This pendulum pendant is larger than most of the other pendulum pendants. Sizes vary as each pendant is unique, but the average size of this pendant is 25 mm, or 1 1/4" long, by 18 mm, or 3/4" at the widest point.
This set comes gift boxed.