Be Here Now Medallion
Be Here Now Medallion

Be Here Now Medallion

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International Orders

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Missing Mail

In the event that your package does not arrive within the expected estimated window of time we recommend following some preliminary steps:

  • Review your order confirmation and check for address errors
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    • Name
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    • Information about your case.

Once we hear from you we will begin investigating the whereabouts of your missing package and get back to you.

The Be Here Now medallion symbolizes a token of your continued support.

This beautiful piece can be kept on the puja (altar) or can be carried around for reminder. The medallion can be used to remember doing mantra and japa throughout the day and can also be used to set an intention or affirmation.

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If you have ever struggled to stay grounded in the present moment, the Be Here Now Mantra Medallion is the perfect reminder for you! So often, we get stuck in memories of the past, or worries about the future. Learning to come back as often as you can to the present, and refocusing your attention to the abundance that is available to you, is one of the most important skills you can learn and can be beneficial at any time in your life, no matter where you are in your journey. This Mantra Medallion can be kept with you throughout your day, or put it on display in your home or office to prompt yourself to come back to the present moment.
 
If you are a yoga instructor, this Mantra Medallion can also be a welcome addition to your classes. Students can hold onto them at the beginning of class to assist in setting an intention for their practice, and they can also use them as more subtle way to indicate if they prefer not to have hands-on adjustments during the class because they are dealing with an injury, past trauma, or for any other reason. Have them keep their Mantra Medallion on the corner of their mat during class with the Hamsa Hand facing up if they are okay having hands-on assist, or the mantra side up if they prefer verbal adjustments.

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If you have ever struggled to stay grounded in the present moment, the Be Here Now Mantra Medallion is the perfect reminder for you! So often, we get stuck in memories of the past, or worries about the future. Learning to come back as often as you can to the present, and refocusing your attention to the abundance that is available to you, is one of the most important skills you can learn and can be beneficial at any time in your life, no matter where you are in your journey. This Mantra Medallion can be kept with you throughout your day, or put it on display in your home or office to prompt yourself to come back to the present moment.
 
If you are a yoga instructor, this Mantra Medallion can also be a welcome addition to your classes. Students can hold onto them at the beginning of class to assist in setting an intention for their practice, and they can also use them as more subtle way to indicate if they prefer not to have hands-on adjustments during the class because they are dealing with an injury, past trauma, or for any other reason. Have them keep their Mantra Medallion on the corner of their mat during class with the Hamsa Hand facing up if they are okay having hands-on assist, or the mantra side up if they prefer verbal adjustments.