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A mandala of symbols of 16 of the world's spiritual traditions, designed for honoring all paths to truth. Includes Jewish Star of David, Buddhist Prayer Wheel, Native American Medicine Wheel, Christian Cross, Hindu Om, Great Goddess, Taoist Yin Yang, Islamic moon and star, Winged Sufi Heart, Sikh symbol, Baha'i star, African Goddess, Zoroastrian Flame, Confucian circle and dot, Wiccan pentacle, and Egyptian Ankh.


Jewish Star of David The traditional interweaving of the upward pointing and downward pointing triangles, representing the unity of earthly and heavenly energies. It represents the union of God and the Shekina, the male and female energies in harmony.

Hindu Om The OM is the sound of the universal vibration, the primal source from which all creation manifests. It is the mantra mantrika, or "Mother of all sounds" the first of all creative spells spoken by the Goddess, chanted to attune oneself to the Divine. The original meaning was "womb".

Christian Cross The traditional cross reminds us not only of Jesus the Christ's death, but of the older origins of this symbol as an intersection of two energy flows, one flowing between earth and heaven, and the other spreading out from side to side, representing the 4 directions.

Winged Sufi Heart The awakened heart, which contains the star of perfected light and the receptiveness of the moon, becomes capable of soaring to the heights of Spirit. Sufism is a mystical path related to Islam.

Sikh symbol The circle of unity contains the double edged sword representing the power of truth, and is surrounded by two curved daggers, representing the act of willingness to defend the faith.

Zoroastrian Flame The sacred fire burns on an altar, representing the light which gives all life. Following the prophet Zoroaster, this tradition emphasizes purity and Divine light.

Taoist Ying Yang The interplay between primal opposites is an eternal dance, such as (light/dark, male /female, day/night, life/death) and within the heart of the light is a core of dark, and within the core of darkness lies light

Islamic Moon and Star The star of perfected light, which can be seen as the perfected human, and the receptiveness of the moon which allows the light of the Divine to fill it. Islam is a tradition from the Middle East, emphasizing devotion and community.

African Goddess The Akua'ba is a Goddess symbol used for good luck in many parts of Africa, and is especially worn by women and children as a charm to lend protection, fertility and good fortune. It is primarily from the Ashanti tribe in Nigeria.

Great Goddess From the ancient Middle Eastern tradition, this Goddess image and many like it were the earliest known religious symbols and represent the fertile Mother from which life springs.

Wiccan pentacle Symbolic of life and health in ancient times, the pentacle has been used as a strong protective charm. The five pointed star is used in many traditions, and in Wicca, a shamanic nature religion from Europe, it shows an image of how energy flows through stages of life, and corresponds to the five points of the sacred human body.

Native American Medicine Wheel The four directions of the east, south, west and north are honored in the wheel of life, hung with sacred eagle feathers. These primal directions represent the stages of energy cycles such as the cycles of time: spring, summer, fall, winter, and human life as in birth, youth, maturity, and old age.

Egyptian Ankh This symbol represents creation and life, is very ancient and has many levels of meaning. It was originally a female Goddess symbol, and came to represent the union of male and female energies, and the gift of eternal life. Egyptian deities are often pictured holding one.

Baha'i star The Baha'i religion is one of the newest of the religions of the prophets, and encourages world peace by teaching tolerance and honoring all paths to God. Their symbol is a nine pointed star.

Buddhist Prayer Wheel The Buddha taught the eightfold path to enlightenment, represented here by a prayer wheel. The eight paths are right conduct, right contemplation, right effort, right faith, right occupation, right resolve, right self awareness, and right speech.

Sun circle and dot Originally a symbol of the primal womb of creation, with the spark of life within the circle of life, this became the sign for the sun, for air, and for contemplation of the mystery of inner and outer realities.

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