Moon and the Sun as Lovers – Minimalist Ring. Gold Plated Brass. Circle Ring. Cement Ring. Adjustable Concrete Ring.

$44.00

In many spiritual traditions, the moon and sun are seen as complementary opposites, representing the duality and balance of various aspects of existence. The sun often symbolizes the masculine, active, and outward-oriented energies, while the moon represents the feminine, receptive, and inward-oriented energies. The interplay of these energies is considered essential for harmony and equilibrium. The moon and sun also symbolize the cyclical nature of life and time. The phases of the moon, from new moon to full moon and back, are often seen as a reflection of the cycle of birth, growth, decline, and renewal. The sun’s daily rising and setting are linked to the passage of time and the rhythm of life. The moon can symbolize the inner world of emotions, intuition, and the subconscious mind, while the sun represents the outer world of action, consciousness, and the ego.

In some spiritual and esoteric traditions, there is a connection between Kundalini energy, the sun, and the moon. Within the context of Kundalini, there are two additional energy channels alongside the Sushumna, known as the Ida and Pingala. These channels are often associated with the energies of the sun and moon, respectively.

The Ida channel is associated with the lunar, feminine, and cooling energy. It is sometimes referred to as the “moon channel.” Activating the Ida is said to bring qualities of receptivity, intuition, and relaxation. The Pingala channel is associated with the solar, masculine, and heating energy. It is sometimes referred to as the “sun channel.” Activating the Pingala is believed to bring qualities of energy, action, and alertness.

The integration of these solar and lunar energies is seen as a path to spiritual growth and self-realization. It is believed to lead to a balanced state of consciousness and inner harmony.

Material: Brass
Size: Adjustable
Concrete size: 8 mm concrete

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