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May I be safe loving kindness meditation pendant in sea-frost with iridescent star, shown in small gift box
Pair of May I be Safe Loving Kindness meditation pendants in shale and sea-frost with iridescent stars shown with gift boxes
RNLI safe pendant shown glowing in the dark.
Model wears the May I be Safe Loving Kindness Meditation pendant in sea-frost in support of the RNLI and Women for Refugee Women
Pair of May I be Safe Loving Kindness meditation pendants shown on white in front of gift boxes
Close up of May I be safe pendant in sea frost.
May I be safe pendant in shale shown in gift box, in support of the RNLI and Women for Refugee Women
May I be safe pendant in shale shown on white background in support of the RNLI and Women for Refugee Women
Model wears the sea-front May I be safe loving kindness meditation pendant

MAY I BE SAFE kindness meditation pendant

Regular price
£32.00
Sale price
£32.00
Tax included.

This MAY I BE SAFE pendant is engraved with words from a loving kindness meditation and etched with non toxic glow-in-the-dark paint to be with you in the dark times. It comes on a thin adjustable chain with a small iridescent star. 

Everyone on this earth, regardless of their circumstances, has a right to be safe. 

When I was learning about meditation and mindfulness I found the loving Kindness Meditation was a real turning point and at the heart of it all. We have to find a way to love ourselves in order to love others. And I'm sure that those that would leave people to drown in the Channel would benefit a great deal from saying these words to themselves. 

May I be safe and free from suffering 
May I be healthy
May I live with ease and happiness

The pendant measures 3.3cm. (11/4in.) in diameter. It is cut from 3mm. frosted acrylic and etched with non-toxic glow-in-the-dark pigment. It is on a thin silver chain adjustable to three lengths and comes in a small gift box.

£2 from every item sold in this collection will go to Women for Refugee Women, who support women who are seeking asylum in the UK and challenge the injustices they experience.