The Goddess of Freedom and a Special Meditation

In honor of International Women's Day, we wanted to share the meaning and a meditation for our  Diamond Dreamscapes Necklace.
This necklace is inspired by the Sarvamangala Nitya Yantra that is also called The Goddess of Freedom. Her name means "All Beneficent" or "All Auspicious". She is said to bring "All Good Things" and Good Fortune. She is the 13th night in the Moon cycle.

We believe it is a symbol of the empowered woman.

"Sarvamangala stands at the center of many different states of mind, with no weapons, finding freedom in the middle of a crowd. No matter who we are and what we do in our day-to-day lives, we can float freely, unbound by those various selves. These are healing spaces, and they can be entered from anywhere, anytime, no matter how much craziness is going on around us. Sarvamangala wants to give us tools to access these altered states of consciousness. She is the goddess of freedom in our own mind. "- Julie Peters 'Secrets of the Eternal Moon Phase Goddesses'

This is a meditation you might try that relates to this talisman:

Sit or lie down comfortably.

Every time you inhale, imagine you body expanding into space.

Every time you exhale imagine your skin softening as you become larger and more transparent.

Imagine a huge blue sky, so big you can't see the edges of it.

Feel yourself dissolving into the blue sky.

Float alongside your thoughts, sensations, and emotions, observing as they drift closer and then further away again, nothing attached to anything else, simply floating freely in the vault of the sky.

Observe and watch what thoughts or stories come up, simply observe them like they are clouds in the sky.