THE RITUAL OF ADORNMENT
DIAMOND JAPA PRAYER RINGS
geometry of japa
Our newest collection is based on the concept of Japa and the Seven Energy Centers of the body.
Like a rosary or prayer beads, the Japa ring is a central tool of mindfulness practice and meditation.
Each diamond cut represents an energetic chakra point and is rooted in the ancient system of Sacred Geometry.
The seven stones on the ring echo the seven centers of the body; the seven days of the week - the cycles of our bodies and our lives.
"My mother has always worn a gold ring on her right hand. When I was a little girl, she told me to spin the ring and pause to say a prayer each time my finger reached one of the seven gilded knots on the band. This practice is called japa - the meditative repetition of a mantra.
My mother’s ring is from our ashram in Ganeshpuri, India where I spent time as a child, learning sacred chants and ancient mythologies. When I first moved away from home, she gave it to me so that I would have a tool, a pathway to remember that which is both familiar and eternal, intangible and omnipresent. My jewelry is dedicated to my mother and all of lessons she has taught me."
— DANIELLE BIRRITTELLA
"Spiritually Sound DESIGNS"
"Gorgeous gems that are both
earth and people friendly"
— Bridal Guide
"The gift to give"