"Anitya" is Sanskrit and means impermanence in the sense that nothing is persistent, neither suffering nor material. In Buddhism, the word "Anicca" is used for the same meaning, and is believed that nothing is real and therefore not permanent. Understanding Anitya is within Buddhism a step in spiritual development on the way to enlightenment.
However, in Hinduism and the Yogic Tradition, it is believed that the human has both impermanent and permanent characteristics. It is believed that the human is caught in a cycle of suffering, death and rebirth. In order to achieve freedom from this cycle, man needs to understand the concept of "Anitya" by finding the permanent "Nitya", which in the Yogic Tradition means unification with the all-embracing Brahman.
In jainism, "Anitya" is one of the 12 "bhavanas", i.e. reflections. Anitya is a reflection of the impermanent in the world and striving for freedom from all worldly things and attachments.
On one side of the upper ring we have engraved Anitya and the other side Själs Kärlek (Soul's Love, in Swedish) On the lower ring of the pendant we have engraved the symbols of Earth, Silver, Gold and Copper, the same symbols as Mother Earth, the Moon, Sun and Venus.
Kyanite is excellent for attunement and meditation, connecting us to the higher mind and multidimensional frequencies. It encourages compassion and assists in dream recall. Kyanite clears the meridians, restores prana and balances the electromagnetic field. It cuts through fears, blockages and confusion, dispels illusion and anger.
- Necklace length: adjustable in 80 and 90 cm
- Size of pendant: 4,5 cm
- Sterling Silver
- Crystal: Kyanite