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I carve the original of each medal in clay, cast them in pewter. This coin is meant to be carried in pocket or purse. Each comes in a pouch with a history card stating the following:

Julian, born in Norwich in 1342, was an anchoress who spent much of her life in a cell built into the wall of a church, praying and giving counsel. Many medieval anchoresses kept cats as mousers, and a longstanding legend has it that Julian too had a cat in her cell. (For this reason, Julian is one of the patrons of cats.) Cats, being great masters of stillness and contemplatives in their own right, would have been fitting companions for those who, like Julian, prayed for long hours. The best-known statement from Julian’s great religious text, Showings, is, “All shall be well, all shall be well, and all manner of things shall be well.” Many people use this coin as a reminder of Julian's hopeful message and repeat the statement as a kind of mantra against anxiety and worry. This image of Julian with her cat was handcarved by Hank Schlau and cast in lead-free pewter.

Dimensions: 1 inch high

Julian of Norwich, Against Anxiety, "All Shall Be Well"--Medallion

$12.00 USD
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