Healing Symbols in My Art & Jewelry Designs

My jewelry pieces are made to inspire and empower the wearer on their life journey. On each of my amulets is a symbol with a specific a meaning like love, abundance, courage, healing and balance. The images are created to promote harmony, and some also have carefully chosen words and intentions.

For instance, the lotus flower is one of the most ancient symbols. It grows in muddy water opening in the sunlight as a beautiful flower. This growth represents progress of one’s soul into the sunshine of enlightenment. The lotus symbolizes the purity of heart and mind, and represents long life, health, honor and good luck. I’ve included a lotus in many of my art pieces as well as these Lotus Necklaces I designed.

Reflection

lotus Necklace

Lotus Earrings

I often portray Angels and Wings in my art. The Angel symbolizes serenity and protection – the wearer is safeguarded beneath the wing of an angel. I think of an Angel as being a symbol of hope, and affection. Flutter into graceful fashion with my Angel Wing amulet.

Angel (from Little Reminders: Love & Relationships by Amy Zerner & Monte Fa

Angel Wing Necklace w/Onyx stone

I’ve always loved stars and have used them in my illustrations for many of our books and tools. The Star is a thing of mystery, imagination, and adventure. Stars symbolize wishes and good portents. The Star gives the feeling of the divine quality bestowed from above. We are like stars on earth, shining with hope.  It can also symbolize the five physical senses: sight, hearing, touch, smell, and taste and the five elements: spirit, fire, air, water, and earth.

"Reach for a Star" (from Breathe Easy Deck by Amy Zerner & Monte Farber)

Star Dog Tag

Little Pave Star

Think about what symbols you want to choose to wear that can help you feel beautiful,  find  courage, embrace qualities of the human spirit, uncover wellsprings  of strength and hope, and that will remind you to create harmony and wholeness in your life.

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