What are PoP symbols?
PoP stands for “Power of Positivity” and PoP symbols are placed in almost every product sold to empower and bring positivity and its other definitions of the chosen symbol to the wearer.
Growth & Abundance
A symbol of growth and abundance, the Tree of Life represents our personal development and individual beauty. Just as the branches of a tree strengthen and extend towards the sky, we work towards betterment.
Joy & Prosperity
More than monetary, prosperity is also about how you look at reality, and yourself. At its root, it is all about joy. The Lotus invites happiness into the lives of those who try their best to remain positive. Know that you are enough, overcome your fear and doubt, and make the choice to actively step into your ideal self.
Protection & Health
The Hamsa Hand is a sign of protection against negative energy. It symbolises blessings, power, and strength - bringing its owner happiness, luck, health, and good fortune.
Energy & Vitality
As the universal source of light, the Sun brings energy to life. Reflecting happiness and vitality, the Sun represents good things and positive outcomes to current struggles.
Hope & Revival
Every Leaf speaks of hope and bliss, fluttering from the tree. Even when the leaves fall off, more leaves grow again. So don’t lose heart because when spring comes, you will find yourself stronger than before.
Strength & Purpose
What matters is not the number of steps you take or how fast you go, but the Footprints you leave behind. Trudge on as you find strength and keep your purpose insight with every step of the way.
Balance & Calm
A mirror of the mind’s journey, the Om symbol also represents three qualities - harmony, movement, and inertia. When the Om is sounded in a group, it unifies and reminds you to slow down your breathing and recalibrate your life for greater balance.
Empowerment & Eternity
In a world of distractions and complexities, the Infinity sign is a symbol of empowerment and eternity that reminds us to be conscious of our present and the endless possibilities we have before us.
Peace & Love
As the species closest to the sky, the Bird symbolises freedom. Breaking free and gaining independence from what holds it back, it also brings new beginnings. The Bird is also a symbol of peace and love.