- Includes added Bonus Buttons to order.
- Bonus % based on batch size.
- The larger the batch, the more Bonus Buttons added.
Gear up on an assortment of effective Shift Buttons with an added Bonus % when you select a Randomized Batch.
If you are happy using any Shift Button you get, then this is the option for you.
Interpreted Meaning: Identified primarily for its connections to Egyptian history and mythology. The Eye of Ra (or Eye of Horus) is on the rise as a widely recognized symbol of "awakening". The open eye = awareness. Consciousness. A primary symbol of choice for Shifters. Further deciphering of the symbol is recommended.
Conversation Example: "Ya, to me it also represents the third eye and ancient wisdom of our psychic abilities and stuff!"
Interpreted Meaning: Commonly recognized as an ancient Taoist symbol, the Yin Yang relates to the nature of reality in which light and dark are part of the same breathe constantly working together and balancing each other out to create a greater whole.
Conversation Example: "The yin yang is one of my favourite symbols. It makes me think about balance and the way things unfold."
Interpreted Meaning: A well recognized symbol that has grown in popularity over the last decade. The Flower of Life represents an underlying pattern (sacred geometry) weaved throughout nature that reflects our interconnectedness. The patterns of one circle into many circles into new patterns is observable in nature within the growth of the first cells of humans. Also worth to note the multitude of other patterns mapped out within the grid created by the Flower of Life. A beautiful symbol to meditate on.
Conversation Example: "Ah man, flower of life! XD Ya, I am really interested in sacred geometry. It has helped me wrap my head around concepts like infinity, and as above so below."
Interpreted Meaning: A representation of the sacred geometry spiral we can easily observe throughout nature. Often referred to as the Fibonacci Spiral. A reflection of our interconnectedness through consistent and recurring patterns. Ie - pinecones, sunflowers, galaxy spirals, finger tips, etc.
Conversation Example: “Ever notice how the spiral in your finger tip is the same spiral of a galaxy?"
Interpreted Meaning: A favourite choice for its subtle humour, the Time is Now button is a great reminder to be present in the moment and breathe. A great reflection on what our relationship to time is. As an added bonus, the hands on the clock are at 11:11.
Conversation Example: "Haha, that's a cool button." "Haha, thanks. Now is all we have mannn! Here, you can have it." "Oh no way! Thank you so much!"