OHM March 2023

OHM March 2023

Available March 7th OHM Worldwide.


The rabbit is fourth in the twelve-year cycle of animals that appear in the Chinese zodiac.

Ancient Chinese believed there was a rabbit living on the moon because they could see its outline on the shiny full moon of Mid-Autumn Day (the 15th day of the eighth month in the Chinese lunar calendar). Being closely related to the Goddess of the Moon, the Rabbit is one of the most favored zodiac signs in Chinese astrology.

2023 is the year of a water rabbit which is defined as gentle, quiet, alert as well as quick, patient, and very responsible. In Chinese culture, the rabbit, based on their living habits, symbolizes vigilance, wittiness, cautiousness, deftness, self-protection, and the moon.


Embody Earth Eden to awaken your motherly nature, feel the heartbeat, and stay grounded. Feel the freedom to be, care, give and love.


Life and death are like two sides of the same coin. There is no one without the other. Through death comes life. Death hurts. Love hurts. Decay happens. Thank goodness for the cycle of life and the renewal! From this dead bird new life grows, do you see the sprout? As life continues to find a way, you too will find peace in the process. Everything ends, and everything begins. Be the life between.


As winter closes, snows melted, fields turned and sown, the rafters filled with beams of light as the stores has been all but been eaten. In groups everywhere, festivals of feasting, dancing, and offerings celebrate this bountiful time of new life burst forth from the fertile body of Mother Earth. 

The Ancient Greeks named her Persephone, the goddess of spring, also grains and vegetation. She also presided as queen of the underworld, creating autumn while she is there, returning to us each spring. The Romans called her Flora, goddess of flowers and nature.

Ostara, Easter, Freya, or any name you give to her, she raises her arms high, and spreads her roots far, symbolizing fertility, abundance, hard work, and a return to light.

Honoring the traditions of our general Mother Earth, OHM offers the FLOWER GODDESS in beautiful bloom, with an articulating hard working bee buzzing by for a visit. Ready to display the full might of possibilities she is ready to bring her delicate petals to your necklace, or bracelet.
The FLOWER GODDESS shining bright can remind us all of mothers’ continued support, fuel, and guidance. A beacon reminding us of the fragile connection to each other that must be cherished and nurtured. 

She is a symbol of hope and celebration and the blessing of life.


From the darkest depths beneath the ocean, as the bubbles dancing from our tanks destined for the firmament above, the human soul is moved forward by feelings of the greatest unknown. Deep set emotions rarely surface unless triggered by some thing or some one. Hidden feelings stay unnoticed until something stronger comes forward. It takes courage to dive deep within self to see what is hidden from the naked eye. Don’t be scared of being scared. Take the deep breath and dive in. The ocean of salty tears is yours to explore.


Since the beginning of time humans planned their existence driven by faith and hope. Ancestral knowledge suggests that the illusion of being in control is what keeps us going forward. Anything could happen today, but we dream of tomorrows, of great adventures. Having hope in the best outcome is one a key to staying sane. Having faith in spite of despair helps us overcome and beat the odds. This primordial hope lives deep within, and pushes us live on, because everything, once again, will be okay, eventually.



The deepest lake in the world is full of secrets, and many legends from locals, who respectfully call the unique ancient lake "the sea," include it in lore. Perhaps the central mystery of Lake Baikal is its ice.

Nowhere else in the world will you find such beauty, an endless blue lined with intricate white patterns adorned with frozen air bubbles sparkling in the sun. Seen by anyone, the ice of Lake Baikal enters through the eyes into dreams if only one could take at least a small piece of it with them as a keepsake. But, alas, impossible. The ice melts in hand, disappearing the beauty as it shifts back to water again. Only magic can save pieces of Baikal ice.

LAKE BAIKAL is an absolute miracle. This small piece of blue ice is a part of the great lake, magically on your wrist.




The OHM C BANGLE is an open bangle with end caps studded with colored CZ or stone. The caps unscrew to allow you to load up the bracelet design of your choice. An open “C” shape the bangle is slightly adjustable, and quite rigid. Choose SMALL if you wear a 6.7" (17cm) or smaller and Choose MEDIUM if you wear an 17.1” (18cm) or larger. Available in multiple colors.




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