It has been such a delight and pleasure to watch this sweet company grow and expand their mission over the past few years. When beautiful product and a beautiful mission come together and flourish, good things happen. Well done mamas of South Carolina and women of Vrindavan, India!
“Beauty begins the moment you decide to be yourself.”
~ Coco Chanel
Celebrate your friendships with a token of love,
mark life’s moments with a simple gift.
Soulku’s jewelry combines beauty, joy and kindness…
into ethical & fabulous jewelry creations handmade with love by Mamas
in the mountains of Asheville, North Carolina.
CELEBRATE ~ cherishing life’s little moments, finding joy in everyday living, and rejoicing in the growth from struggles.
INSPIRE ~ encouraging a meaningful life, teaching the power of intention, and acknowledging the light within in each of us.
CONNECT ~ fostering community among the women and men who purchase, give, and wear our pieces.
EMPOWER ~ providing our mama makers with flexible hours and thriving wages and bestowing our customers with healing gemstones for all life’s ups and downs.
GIVE BACK ~ Dedicated to giving back, each year we donate a percentage of our total profits to a different non-profit that shares our values and ideals for supporting women.
ENVIRONMENT ~ Soulku is always striving to pursue sustainable best practices through our use of recycled or sustainable product packaging and packing materials and our employee composting and recycling program.
New Sandalwood Lotus Bracelets
Sandalwood has been used in religious and social ceremonies for almost ever. It’s used to facilitate meditation, move through the stages of grief, and encourage creativity. It’s also used as a pick me up in cases of depression and as a stress reliever for those of us who tend toward anxiety.
Soulku’s new Lotus collection bracelets were made in partnership with Mahima Creations – abandoned widows in India who hand-carve each delicate sandalwood bead and live together in an ashram. Your purchase helps to empower them by providing jobs, hope, and opportunity to start again. They are known as “The Women of Vrindavan.”
The bracelets are then decorated with a sterling silver lotus charm – a reminder that out of deep, dark mud, comes a beautiful lotus blossom.
“No mud, no lotus.”
~ Thich Nhat Hanh.