Posted: by Jo Tuesday, 25 January 2022 @ 12:04
We have just launched a
brand new personalisable ‘myMantra’ design
It is a beautiful disc pendant with a
highly ornate Eye cast onto the front, with rays of light shining out above the
eye, and a lotus mandala pattern below. It features the
All-seeing Eye, or Eye of Providence, representing clarity of vision, guidance
Why launch a new
We were very keen to
create a new design of myMantra that was perfect for a new direction in life,
or a prompt to help you change your mood or mindset.
Many of us have
struggled with our mindset, post-lockdowns; and more still are itching for a
new approach to their lives, or craving some kind of re-fresh, or re-boot to
Writing a mantra for
yourself, to encapsulate this new start; or choosing a compelling phrase or
quote from an author you love, or a motivational writer you follow, can give
you the impetus you need to kickstart a change in mindset.
And, having this
engraved on a necklace with a powerful design that fits with your intention,
can strengthen your determination.
What is behind the
Our All-seeing Eye design
represents vision, clarity and guidance – helping you to clearly visualise your
future, and see a distinct way forward in your life.
We have designed an ornate
eye with sun rays shining out above it, and a crescent moon at its centre.
These two symbols of light – the sun and the moon – show that the eye can see clearly
at all times, even in the dark of night, guiding you on a clear path to your
Light also represents
spiritual illumination, as well as physical illumination, as you become more
aware of the path you want to take going forwards.
The All-seeing Eye has been
a part of many religious and secular traditions over the centuries, from Egyptian
mythology’s Eye of Horus; to our Christian God being all-seeing and
all-powerful; to Hinduism’s Third Eye of Shiva; to the belief in the hand and eye of
Providence guiding us, whether we see that as fate, the universe, or a higher
The Lotus pattern beneath
the eye represents the ability of the Lotus Flower to arise afresh through
muddy waters each morning, appearing clean and pure despite the mud. It doesn’t
matter how dirty the water or how much mud surrounds it – the Lotus emerges
pure and fresh. It brings to mind fresh starts and new beginnings.
What to engrave on the
The reverse is left blank
for your engraving. Choose a mantra or affirmation to engrave that is personal
to you (up to 4 lines, or 52 characters).
We recommend that you choose
a phrase to have engraved that is powerful, personal and emotive – words of
wisdom to bring to mind when you need them; or a celebration of your personal
beliefs and values.
Every philosophy of positive
thinking, manifesting, or the law of attraction, includes a belief in the
absolute power of affirmations, to help overcome limiting beliefs and change
your mindset; or to help you manifest what you want in life.
It could be a phrase you
have written yourself, that encapsulates what you want for the next stage of
your life; an affirmation from a favourite writer, like Louise Hay, Wayne Dyer, Gabby Bernstein or Tony Robbins; a quote from The Secret, A Course in Miracles, Manifest, or other
favourite book; or a piece of advice you have been given.
Use your inspiring phrase
when you need a push of motivation, or a reminder of your vision for the next
stage of your life.
If you need some inspiration, here are some ideas.
How a mantra can help
Last year, I was determined
to remind myself that only I have the power to create what I want in life – no
one else. It is within my gift to seek to craft my life to be more like how I
imagine it could be – rather than accepting how it is.
With this is mind, I had
part of a Thoreau quote engraved on a myMantra necklace, to remind me that I have the power to change things in my life:
‘Live the life I have
For example, I have always
hankered after building more outdoor activity into my life, to encourage me to get
fitter; but also, I have wanted more exposure to the wildness of the natural
world, to give me a complete contrast to everyday office life and too much
So, my husband and I decided
last year to spend more time in the Lake District – where I have family, and
where we got married. Over the last 9 months, we have climbed Helvellyn, the
Old Man of Coniston, Loughrigg, Silver Howe and many more Wainwrights; hiked
around much of Ullswater, Windemere and Grasmere; visited waterfalls and caves;
seen red squirrels; and picnicked by a few lakes.
It has massively improved my
fitness levels; given me moments of real achievement (scrambling up Striding
Edge!), and real joy (the views from the top of almost any fell); and opened up
a whole world that I had forgotten about.
That mantra – ‘Live the life I have imagined’ – was what prompted me to take action.
What will you have engraved
on your new All-seeing Eye?