Rising Female Energies
We all live under pressure of external expectations. Will the moment ever come when we already know and accept ourselves, when we can unfold and walk our way? Is being a devoted mother and being the stable background for your husband the most important for you? Or would you like to stay a forever young creative girl? Are you maybe a conscious woman who wishes to explore the world and to extend your knowledge? Are you the goddess of love and passion or you long for silence so you can search for the meaning of life internally?
Already in old times different tulip forms were used among the Hungarian folk motifs to represent the women in different life situations and different ages. The tulip is depicted in different variations and colours on the “Rising female energies” jewellery series. Each set illustrates an element of the female spirit, a wanted value of it. The background of the jewellery series is based on the theory of the internal female energies that is discussed in the book “Goddesses in Everywoman” of the analytical psychiatrist Jean Shinoda Bolen.
We are complex, more than one of our qualities are present simultaneously.
Which of these will be dominant? It depends on life situations, age and also on our internal development.
Which of these would you like to experience? Which of these would you like to strengthen?
Trust your abilities and your potential!
Make up your mind!
This set is part of the “Rising female energies” jewellery series. The turquoise and orange colours of the tulip shape symbolize the unfolding of intellectual regions. The set has the “from square to circle” symbol on it, representing the raise from the ground to intellectual levels. Pieces of this set are made from sterling silver using a’jour enamel and champlevé enamel techniques. The silver has a decent satin surface.
This set is part of the “Rising female energies” jewellery series. Symbolizing the women in a blessed state the tulip is brown and there is a bud symbol within. Pieces of this set are made from sterling silver using a’jour enamel and champlevé enamel techniques. The silver has a gold-plated surface.