nadi (literally “river”), are the channels through which, in traditional indian medicine, the energies of the subtle body are
said to flow. they connect at points of intensity called chakras. the three major nadis are the ida (left), pingala (right) and
shushumna (central) nadi.
the ume (plum) flower print
the ume (plum) flower usually blooms by the end of winter amidst the snow and frosts and is considered an icon of endurance and perseverance. The timing of its blooming has made it a symbol of rebirth and faith for the return of the spring. In floral language it has the meaning of “elegance,” “faithfulness” and “pure heart”.