What Is Sankalpa?
More than jewelry, SANKALPA®
SANKALPA® is the deepest intentions & desires born in our heart and soul.
In short, we call it Heart’s Purpose.
When we know our heart’s purpose and live from it, it become the motivation behind everything we do. And then, we live with sustained joy and a deep sense of peace & fulfillment.
LIVE YOUR HEART’S PURPOSE ONE SANKALPA AT A TIME™
Origins of the word Sankalpa:
săn-kăl-pə in Sanskrit (the ancient Indie language of yoga) means intention, aim, purpose, will, and resolve. San= born of the heart, kalpa= way of being.
With Sankalpa you will reclaim your internal navigation system, your inspired intentions, heart’s purpose & your destiny! People have been using Sankalpa Jewelery as democratic amulets and keep their personalized intentions and prayers close to their hearts. They feel empowered by their own words and wisdom. They feel in control of their happy and fulfilling lives.
“An individual who is established in “being” can harness the power of Sankalpa to bring about the spontaneous fulfillment of any desire. In the Upanishads it says: you are your deepest desire.” ~Deepak Chopra M.D.
How Sankalpa® Works
IT is a process of mentoring the mind and aligning our lives with our heart’s desire. Begin with your heart’s desire and wisdom. Intent to listen and discern what is important; what really matters. Then, focusing our attention on a short positive affirmation that expresses it, write & wear it close to our hearts & remember it often to profoundly affect our lives.
How to Use Jewelry
Each piece comes with a parchment paper scroll. Write on the provided scroll in your own words, or choose one of the sample affirmations, wear & remember often. Always keep physically with you and feel the positive effect.
Change the scroll as your life changes and always keep exactly what you need close to your heart.
Inscribe your scroll to reflect your intentions and prayers freshly every day, every week, or whenever you are moved.
Why use Jewelry?
Knowing our Sankalpa helps us organize our lives around our authentic and true heartfelt purpose, which leads to deep freedom and joy as we more fully live our unique expression in the world.
However, many time even when we uncover our heart’s purpose & realize our personal intentions, we are usually only energized by them for a short time, but we SOON FORGET.
Sankalpa® is a tool for remembering and focusing.
With Sankalpa Jewelry you do not have to wait until your next appointment with your coach or psychologist, take a long timeout to recharge, or wait for your next focusing practice of meditation, prayer, yoga, or a walk in nature. You can simply reach for your necklace and refocus by simply remembering your Sankalpa while taking a deep breath. When you keep your intentions close to your heart, they are always physically with you, and they are not easily forgotten.
Why is it important to discern and articulate our heart’s purpose?
When you focus your heart on what is important to you, devote mental energy & empower yourself to live it, life transforms and meets you. We discovered that when we keep intentions and affirmations physically close to our heart wherever we go, they are not easily forgotten, and we remember what is personally important to us, and, Live it!
Wearing our intentions close to our hearts work because they helps us commit mental energy and resources to realizing our true path. As a result a sense of peace emerges, and we experience more joy, compassion, care, and love for ourselves and others.
“When you do things from your soul you feel a river moving in you, a joy. When action comes from another section, the feeling disappears.” ~Rumi
“When making decisions, don’t ask yourself what the world needs. Ask yourself what makes you come alive and then go do that. Because what the world needs are people who have come alive.” ~Howard Thurman
“The purpose of Sankalpa is not to fulfill desires but to create strength in the structures of the mind and to transform the whole life pattern, not only physically but mentally, emotionally and spiritually.”
~ Swami Satyananda Sarasvati