The Symbol of Rou Engraved on Labradorite Gemstone
Love, Protection and Guidance from Universe / Divine:
The pendant necklace is meant to encourage one’s inner magic “strength” to be shared as their eternal expression of truth. Naturally bringing in protection as a means of alignment with universal oneness.
All the elements combined to create the Rou Odyssey Pendant have been intentionally created and selected by author Kaiva Rose.
Rou is the Mystical Land in the Rou Odyssey Series.
The symbol of Rou appears throughout the Series on various artifacts. The creation of the symbol was intentional by Kaiva Rose an astrologer, Buddhist, Reiki Master, Tarot reader and Intuitive, who spends the majority of her days studying ancient wisdom from various cultures. Thus the symbol of Rou is made up of a few ancient symbols to invoke a type of wisdom which has been utilized for centuries.
The symbols were loosely connected so at first glance they appear to be one but as the energy carried by this symbols represents the synthesis of them it may help the wearer to understand the different symbols:
The Symbol of Rou
LAMED: Hebrew letter “L”
Descend to Ascend:
Life in the human realm teaches the heart the experience of the divine consciousness and one's connection to Universal oneness.
ANKH: Ancient Egypt
A reminder of Eternal Life:
Every moment is connected to all moments. To live in the eternal moment is to be aware that life is a gift one receives to experience their eternal truth in human form.
MYO: Kanji symbol used in Buddhism
Mystic, Supernatural, Outstanding:
Myo in the Rou symbol stands for the mystic power inherent within each individual by their connection to universal consciousness.
Leaf of the Bodhi Tree:
The Bodhi tree is the tree the Buddha attained enlightenment under. On the symbol of Rou the leaf represents turning inward to seek inner truth and strength.
CROOK STAFF: Multi-Cultural Ancient Symbolism
On the symbol of Rou, it represents the notion that the individual is the leader of their life. The crook staff turns into the Leaf of the Bodhi Tree. Thus the two symbols together stand for ones ability to lead their own destiny toward self-realization and ultimate consciousness.