Spiritual symbols from the Buddhist tradition in the form of jewelry rings serve as elegant reminders of timeless, universal principles. These authentic pieces are crafted, handmade, in gold and silver by a renowned spiritual jewelry artist. Lotus ring, Ring of Eternal Flow, Buddhi ring, Tibetan Om ring, Happiness ring, Ring of Change, Tibetan Know ring and more. Click on links below for larger images and detailed descriptions. Enjoy!
The artist used the leaves of the "Ficus Religiusa" - the sacred fig tree for this design. Prince Siddhartha Gautama sat under this tree and meditated for 40 days in order to discover the source and the cause of all suffering; attained full awakening and became the Buddha.
Buddhist symbol of enlightment, modesty and compassion. The Buddhi ring reminds the wearer of the possibility of being compassionate and modest, two qualities that are essential to the awakening process.
The lotus ring contains the lotus flower symbol on both sides of the ring. The Hebrew engraved translation is: "Life flows within you and without you". This sentence holds the secret of unification with the One. When our false ego dissolves we enter the state of unification with the whole - hence life flows within you and without you.
A Spiritual Symbol of Creation and Rebirth. Jewel’s Intention: Fill your life with modesty and humility to find unity with the whole.
The reality is constantly changing. When a man believes and holds on to this belief without being aware that it will also be gone, he is connecting himself to suffering. The ring is engraved in Hebrew with the sentence "This will also change". The ring's meaning is to remind the wearer of the true nature of life - change.
A Symbol of Joy and Happiness. Jewel’s Intention: Fill your life with happiness and joy.
The inlaid Buddhi ring is made in the shape of the leaves of the "Ficus religiosa" tree. This is the tree under which the prince Siddhartha Gautama reached awakening, the understanding of what is the source of all suffering. The ring is inlaid with precious and semi precious stones.
Buddhist symbol of enlightment, modesty and compassion. Jewel’s Intention: Become Awake through modesty and compassion.
Engraved with the phrase - "This will also pass." Jewel’s Intention: Remind the wearer that change is the nature of all things.
Symbols from the Buddhist tradition in elegant rings made of gold and silver serve as exquisite reminders of timeless Buddha teachings.
The symbol in the middle of the ring is called Tibetan knot (Srivatsa or the endless knot) and is one of the eight symbols of the Tibetan Buddhism. The Tibetan knot can stand for karmic consequences: pull here, something happens over there. It is an apt symbol for the Vajrayana methods: Often when we tug at one part of a knot while trying to loosen it, another part gets tighter. You have to work with the knot to get it to come undone.
A Sacred Symbol of Change. Jewel’s Intention: Understand the natural rule of cause and effect tied to your actions. The Tibetan knot with its endless configuration evokes the cyclical nature of rebirth and also calls karmic connections to mind.
The Great Mother Ring represents compassion, and wisdom. The ring represents the source of life, and the three precious stones or “fruit” represent the three balancing powers of the Universe and “The Three Gems” which represent the three basic principles of Buddhism. The leaves represent the leaves of the holy "Ficus religiosa" tree- a recurring motif in my works. This is the tree under which the prince Siddhartha Gautama reached awakening, the understanding of what is the source of all suffering.
Represents the source of life and the three Jewels in Buddhism. Jewel’s Intention: Dedicated to Mother Earth and to Life itself. Brings Compassion and wisdom
The OM symbol symbolizes the first frequency that created the universe. Sound is frequency and the whole universe is made out of frequencies. In Judaism, the Creator speaks. In Christianity, there is "the word" and in Buddhism there is the Om. The pronunciation of the Om creates the sound of movement and rest, which again means a frequency. It is interesting to see the relation between the Om and the word "mother" in different languages, the first word a baby pronounces.
A Symbol of Consequence and Unity. Jewel’s Intention: Fill your life with unity by understanding that every decision has an effect on your life. The OM symbol symbolizes the first frequency that created the universe.
"You cannot step into the same river twice for other waters are ever flowing onto you." Jewel’s Intention: Remind the wearer of the nature of all things - Change and Flow. Based upon the ideas of Heraclitus, an ancient Greek philosopher.
The ring is a reminder for the true nature of all things - Change & Flow. The eternal flow ring is based upon the ideas and concept of the philosopher Heraclitus - one of the ancient greek philosophers from the era before socrates. Heraclitus was one of the most important philosophers who based the idea of Logos - a vague term literally meaning- "word", "reason", or "account".
Authentic Buddhist and Tibetan jewelry: earrings, pendants, rings. Unique, inspired, handmade jewelry designs in gold and silver by an internationally renowned cosmic jewelry artist, whose work harnesses the power of spiritual symbols and sacred geometry from the Buddhist tradition.