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briellebelle:

Lots new pieces added to the shop!!! Here’s just a few of the newest items. 🙌 www.briellebelle.com #briellebelle #ganesh #om #moonchild #spiritual #jewelry #namaste

briellebelle:

Lots new pieces added to the shop!!! Here’s just a few of the newest items. 🙌 www.briellebelle.com #briellebelle #ganesh #om #moonchild #spiritual #jewelry #namaste

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awakenedvibrations:

Ganesha/OM Bronze Necklace!
In Hinduism, Ganesha refers to the “lord of the hosts,” also spelled as Ganesa and Ganesh, often also referred to as Ganapati) - and is one of the most well-known and venerated representations of God (Brahman).
He is the first born son of Shiva and Parvati, and the husband of Bharati, Riddhi and Siddhi. He is also called Vinayaka in Marathi, Malayalam and Kannada, Vinayagar and Pillayar (in Tamil), and Vinayakudu in Telugu.
'Ga' symbolizes Buddhi (intellect) and 'Na' symbolizes Vijnana (wisdom). Ganesha is thus considered the master of intellect and wisdom.
He is frequently represented sitting down, with one leg raised in the air and bent over the other. Typically, his name is prefixed with the Hindu title of respect, ‘Shree’ or Sri.
The cult of Ganesha is widely diffused, even outside of India. His devotees are called Ganapatya.The ganapati festival is celebrated with great enthusiasm and devotion throughout India but in Mumbai, the financial capital of the Country, the festival assumes a special significance because of the scale at which it is performed.
As is the case with every other external form with which Hinduism represents god, in the sense of the personal appearance of Brahman (also referred to as Ishvara, the Lord), the figure of Ganesha too is an archetype loaded with multiple meanings and symbolism which expresses a state of perfection as well as the means of obtaining it.
Ganesha, in fact, is the symbol of he who has discovered the Divinity within himself. Ganesha is the first sound, OM, in which all hymns were born. When Shakti (Energy) and Shiva (Matter) meet, both Sound (Ganesha) and Light (Skanda) were born.
He represents the perfect equilibrium between force and kindness and between power and beauty. He also symbolizes the discriminative capacities which provide the ability to perceive distinctions between truth and illusion, the real and the unreal.
A description of all of the characteristics and attributes of Ganesha can be found in the Ganapati Upanishad (an Upanishad dedicated to Ganesha) of the rishi Atharva, in which Ganesha is identified with Brahman and Atman.
The image of Ganesha is a composite one. Four animals, man, elephant, the serpent and the mouse have contributed to the makeup of his figure. All of them individually and collectively have deep symbolic significance.
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awakenedvibrations:

Ganesha/OM Bronze Necklace!

In Hinduism, Ganesha refers to the “lord of the hosts,” also spelled as Ganesa and Ganesh, often also referred to as Ganapati) - and is one of the most well-known and venerated representations of God (Brahman).

He is the first born son of Shiva and Parvati, and the husband of Bharati, Riddhi and Siddhi. He is also called Vinayaka in Marathi, Malayalam and Kannada, Vinayagar and Pillayar (in Tamil), and Vinayakudu in Telugu.

'Ga' symbolizes Buddhi (intellect) and 'Na' symbolizes Vijnana (wisdom). Ganesha is thus considered the master of intellect and wisdom.

He is frequently represented sitting down, with one leg raised in the air and bent over the other. Typically, his name is prefixed with the Hindu title of respect, ‘Shree’ or Sri.

The cult of Ganesha is widely diffused, even outside of India. His devotees are called Ganapatya.The ganapati festival is celebrated with great enthusiasm and devotion throughout India but in Mumbai, the financial capital of the Country, the festival assumes a special significance because of the scale at which it is performed.

As is the case with every other external form with which Hinduism represents god, in the sense of the personal appearance of Brahman (also referred to as Ishvara, the Lord), the figure of Ganesha too is an archetype loaded with multiple meanings and symbolism which expresses a state of perfection as well as the means of obtaining it.

Ganesha, in fact, is the symbol of he who has discovered the Divinity within himself. Ganesha is the first sound, OM, in which all hymns were born. When Shakti (Energy) and Shiva (Matter) meet, both Sound (Ganesha) and Light (Skanda) were born.

He represents the perfect equilibrium between force and kindness and between power and beauty. He also symbolizes the discriminative capacities which provide the ability to perceive distinctions between truth and illusion, the real and the unreal.

A description of all of the characteristics and attributes of Ganesha can be found in the Ganapati Upanishad (an Upanishad dedicated to Ganesha) of the rishi Atharva, in which Ganesha is identified with Brahman and Atman.

The image of Ganesha is a composite one. Four animals, man, elephant, the serpent and the mouse have contributed to the makeup of his figure. All of them individually and collectively have deep symbolic significance.

Available HERE

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briellebelle:

Mixing metals. #new #new #new 🌞www.briellebelle.com  #briellebelle #ganesh #om #ganesha #amulet #spiritual  #jewelry

briellebelle:

Mixing metals. #new #new #new 🌞www.briellebelle.com #briellebelle #ganesh #om #ganesha #amulet #spiritual #jewelry

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sexyqueen:

Karlie Kloss for Neiman Marcus 2014

sexyqueen:

Karlie Kloss for Neiman Marcus 2014

(via vogue-escapades)

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beautyblingjewelry:

Spring Beauty - 1950 fashion love

beautyblingjewelry:

Spring Beauty - 1950 fashion love

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stormtrooperfashion:

Gisele Bündchen in “The Good Girl” by Emma Summerton for i-D Magazine, August 2011

stormtrooperfashion:

Gisele Bündchen in “The Good Girl” by Emma Summerton for i-D Magazine, August 2011

(via vogue-escapades)

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beautyblingjewelry:

Magnificent Swarovsk fashion love

beautyblingjewelry:

Magnificent Swarovsk fashion love

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beautyblingjewelry:

David Andersen - Nor fashion love

beautyblingjewelry:

David Andersen - Nor fashion love

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