Winter Solstice Ca...

Winter solstice, the shortest day and longest night of the year, occurs this Saturday June 22nd. The winter solstice marks a turning point in the seasons, a turning away from the darkness of winter, slowly towards the light of spring. For this reason, winter solstice is celebrated as it heralds the rebirth of the sun. From the ancient Egyptians to the native American Hopi tribe, for centuries many cultures have looked to the winter solstice as a powerful time of ritual, reflection and spiritual renewal. Mid-winter provides a quiet time to be mindful and reflect on the past, and set... Continue Reading

The Meaning of the Om Symbol

Have you ever wondered what the Om symbol means? If you have... Continue Reading

5 Divine Oil Blends for Summer

Summer is here so it’s the perfect time to surround ourselves with... Continue Reading

Top 4 Gemstones & their Meanings

Since ancient times, gemstones have been revered as powerful symbols... Continue Reading

Legend of the Dreamcatcher

Originating with the Native American Ojibwe and Lakota tribes, dreamcatchers... Continue Reading

Top 5 gemstones to give for Christmas

Each year Christmas time brings a magical aura full of... Continue Reading

Meaning of the Mandala

The mandala is an ancient meditative symbol that reveals the... Continue Reading

Ancient Inspirations: Indian Jewellery

In India, the desire to beautify oneself with precious ornaments... Continue Reading

Kuchi Jewellery: Ancient meets Urban

With a history dating back 3000 years, Kuchi jewellery is... Continue Reading

ISHKA at Seven Sisters Festival

Seven Sisters Festival was nearly three weeks ago, and we’ve... Continue Reading

Rose and Beau: A Mother’s Love

With Mother’s Day just around the corner, we thought it... Continue Reading