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Charms & Symbols

How to Weave the Power of Ancient Signs and Marks into Modern Life

Alison Davies



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08 March 2022
For thousands of years, charms and symbols have allowed us to communicate powerful feelings without the use of a single word. From the elegant, sacred Feather to the strong, rooted Tree of Life, signs and symbols such as these can help guide us on our journey through life.

Charms & Symbols is a guide to symbols from cultures around the world. Discover the meanings of these beautiful emblems and learn how to work with each of them to improve your overall wellbeing. Including exercises and self-care tips, this book mixes ancient wisdom with a modern and accessible approach to self-care.

Learn how to focus and meditate on symbols through activities such as breathing exercises and mindful practices to help boost your self-esteem, restore and rejuvenate your body and mind, connect with your intuition and ease feelings of anxiety and worry.

Discover symbols such as:


The Tree of Life, for a greater connection between life on earth and the afterlife


The Triple Moon, used to represent the power of the goddess


The Endless Knot, an important symbol in Buddhism representing the endless cycles in life


The Triqueta, a Celtic protection symbol representing the Mother, the Maiden and the Crone


The Hamsa, a Middle Eastern symbol that represents protection, fortune, health and happiness
Imprint:   Pyramid
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 136mm,  Width: 176mm,  Spine: 14mm
Weight:   300g
ISBN:   9780753735022
ISBN 10:   0753735024
Pages:   128
Publication Date:  
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Alison Davies is the author of over 35 books in the areas of self-help, natural health, folklore and magical arts. She also writes for several magazines including Bella, Soul & Spirit, Your Fitness, Take a Break Fate and Fortune, Spirit and Destiny, and also writes for the Express Yourself section of the Daily Express.

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