An Introduction to Talismans -
Talismans have a history that can be traced all the way to ancient civilizations of Mesopotamia, Egypt, and the pre-Columbian empires of the Americas.
Often linked to the natural world, talismans have been worn by kings and queens, spiritual leaders and nomads, young and old, rich and poor alike, all with the intention of protecting and empowering the wearer.
The word “Talisman” comes from ancient Greek, meaning an object that completes another to make it whole. Think of talismans in this context, when looking for talismans you’re not just finding another accessory, but rather searching for a symbol that represents your beliefs and values, a charm that you, the wearer, endow with special meaning and therefore power and energy.
There is no limit to the number of talismans you can wear!
Talismans are considered amplifiers of our natural power, a special totem meant specifically to assist the wearer on their journey. They are worn to provide protection, to strengthen your love and they are embedded with meaning and passion.
What do Talismans mean? What do Talismans represent?
Talismans have been created in multiple shapes and materials throughout the centuries.
Many talismans have been connected to religious ceremonies and practices.
They are a tangible, visible link to a spiritual realm that transcends any organized religion and hold significant personal relevance regardless of your creed.
In the following posts, we hope to share and explain how different types of talismans like moon, eye, and heart have special significance and power!