This is a new two legged design of the ankh. The large sized ankh is easy to work with, yet compact enough to take with you on your journeys.
Where does the ankh come from?
The ankh or 'crux ansata' (Latin for cross with a handle) is a cross shaped symbol. It is often depicted in the hands of the Egyptian gods, in the ancient hieroglyphics of the sacred temples in Egypt. The ankh hieroglyphic is the symbol of life. The ankh has the shape of a human body. The eye or loop of the ankh is the head, the horizontal part of the cross is the arms and the vertical parts the legs. The leggs can be used as a tuning fork for sound healing.
What can the ankh be used for?
The ankh symbolizes immortality or eternal life. The ankh helps for healing of the body, not just of the physical body (Ba), but also of the lightbody (Ka) or the soul-body. The ankh is a powerfull healingtool that protects and helps to heal trauma's.
The breath of life
The ankh is often depicted in front of the face of pharao Akhenaten, to activate the breath of life. Breathing through the ankh can help guide the powerfull healing energy of the breath.