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Complete Stoic Medallion Set Collection

£41.97 £35.67

 

Complete your full Stoic Medallion Collection with our Stoic Medallion Set.

All 3 coins from our store are designed to optimise different aspects of your life and now you can buy them all together – saving yourself a nice 15% compared to buying them individually.

You can read a full description of each coin on each of the individual coin pages, but you can also find a brief description of them all below.

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THE COMPLETE STOIC MEDALLION SET COLLECTION

Complete your full Stoic Medallion Collection with our Stoic Medallion Set.

All 3 medallions from our store are designed to optimise different aspects of your life and now you can buy them all together – saving yourself a nice 15% compared to buying them individually.

You can read a full description on each of the individual medallion pages, but you can also find a brief description of them all below.

 

MEMENTO MORI MEDALLION

Our Memento Mori medallion serves as a physical reminder of your mortality. It is a reminder that death can come for you, me and anyone else without any warning.

Most people in our modern culture put death at the back of their minds. However, there is power in remembering your mortality. To remember that you must die is to remember that you must live.

Life can be turned upside down or even taken away in an instant, use this medallion to remind you to live this life fully before your time comes.

 

AMOR FATI MEDALLION

Our Amor Fati medallion serves as a physical reminder that no matter what the external circumstances are in your life, you always have the power to change it into something positive for yourself, your loved ones and the world.

The back of the medallion features a quote from Stoic emperor Marcus Aurelius: “A Blazing Fire Makes Flame And Brightness Out Of Everything That Is Thrown Into It.”

It is up to us to be that blazing fire when things are dark, and to truly love whatever happens to us.

 

SUMMUM BONUM MEDALLION

Our Summum Bonum medallion serves as a physical reminder that we should be aiming for what the Stoics called “The Highest Good” in everything that we do. In what we aim to achieve with our big goals but perhaps most importantly, what we do in everyday life. In other words, doing the little things well.

The back of the medallion provides the simple reminder “Do What Is Right, Not What Is Easy”. Most of the time, the hard choices and actions are the ones that we need to take. Aiming for the “Highest Good” is usually inconvenient for our own selfish plans and motivations.

This Summum Bonum medallion is a reminder to simply do what is right in everything we do. It’s simple, but it’s not easy.

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